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Tomas Zorzo -September 11-12th, 2021


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Welcome to this two-day course with Tomas Zorzo.

September 11th-12th, 2021.

The psychological and therapeutic purpose of the asana and the proper sequencing of Ashtanga Yoga.



Saturday September 11:

9:30-13: 30 h, 15:30-18:30 h

Sunday September 12:

9:30-14:00 h

Price 165 euros

Location: Mysore House Mallorca, carrer de Villalonga,40. 07013. Palma de Mallorca.

Registration and more information: nataliapaisano@gmail.com // whatsapp +34 663218638


About Tomas Zorzo:

Tomas Zorzo (Rama), brings more than 40 years dedicated to teaching and transmission of yoga. It is one of the oldest students of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, a pioneer in the introduction of Ashtanga Yoga in Spain, certified to teach Ashtanga Yoga by the Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore hand of his master Pattabhi Jois.

He founded the Ashtanga Yoga Center in Oviedo (Asturias) over 30 years, this being a reference center for thousands of students and teachers who attended and continue to attend the same for training and learning.

His spiritual vocation and desire to deepen more about this ancient tradition led him to meet new standards. Your search to the source, made the master teachers inspire deeply in the teaching of Krishnamacharya. So, he studied with some of his disciples and others now internationally known teachers, such as BKS Iyengar, TKV Desikachar, AG Mohan Swami Visnhudevananda, Ambu (Aurobindo Ashram) Ramesh Balsekar, Father Bede Griffiths, Osho, among others.

Also studied humanistic psychology, gestalt and different body therapies (bioenergetics, Ayurvedic massage, breathing techniques) to complete their formation.

Experience, research and years of study have been Tomas Zorzo (Rama) to teach also a more inclusive yoga which he called “integral yoga” based primarily on holistic teachings of T. Krishnamacharya and transpersonal vision Sri Aurobindo both broadcasting center in Oviedo www.yogashtanga.com, and courses and workshops offered by both in Spain and internationally (Europe, India, Australia …) by combining different techniques of yoga.