Our practice will take place in a quiet corner of Lumphini Park, right in the center of Bangkok. We will start the session with meditation and Pranayama (breathing exercises), moving on to asana flows. During the retreat, we will be performing healing and strengthening exercises. Thanks to the small size of the class, the class can be tailored to individual needs and skills. Yogis of all levels are welcome to join! The time of the yoga practice is approximately 90 minutes. We will finish the session with relaxation and time to enjoy some herbal tea together. Yoga helps you learn about your body, how to fix posture, balance and pains, while making you stronger. It is not a competitive practice, and it should be lived as a tool for improving yourself inside and out. Join the practice and experience the rejuvenating power of yoga!
Hello, my name is Vipada, but everyone calls me Gift. I was born in Thailand and lived for many years in the US. I am a certified yoga teacher (RYT-200) with a great passion for yoga and over 5 years of experience. My yoga practice has been in hot Bikram yoga, Vinyasa Flows, Hot Fusion, and Hatha. I love traveling and exploring nature. I wish for the participants in my course to experience the positive energy of yoga on mind, body and spirit in the green atmosphere of Lumphini park.
After our session we will enjoy a cup of herbal tea.
Yoga mats, belts, blocks will be available. I will provide fresh towels. Even though we will be under the shade of a tree,…
Lumphini Park is the largest and most iconic park in Bangkok. This park has beautiful nature and fresh air, with open green spaces and trees for shelter. Lumphini Park is among the best places to escape the hectic urban traffic of Bangkok. It is very easy to reach by BTS Skytrain (Saladaeng Station) and MRT subway (Silom Station).
Don't worry if you are a newbie or an advanced practitioner. We will adapt classes to the needs of participants. Please plan on being at least 5 minutes early to get set up for class. Please let me know if you have any injuries prior to practicing.