Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice or discipline mainly originated in India over 5000 years ago. With the practice of Yoga, one starts to harmonize the body with the mind and breath through various breathing techniques, yoga postures (asanas) and meditation. Once one is in harmony within, the journey through life becomes calmer and more fulfilled.
The regular practice of Yoga brings remarkable lifestyle changes in the practitioners, reporting a balanced, happier living with reduced anxiety, increased tolerance and mindfulness. Yoga works for everyone, from people engaged in desk jobs, to sport professionals, to people looking for stress release or wishing to connect and balance body and mind.
Yoga means to unite and helps you to get better health and greater sense of happiness.
• Monday 17h30-18h30
Yin and Mysofascial yoga
• Tuesday 19h-20h30/ 20h45
Ashtanga, Half/Full Primary Led
• Thursday 19h-20h/ 20h15
Ashtanga, Short Primary Led
• Thursday 20h30-21h30
Yin and Myofascial yoga
Classes are now Online. Check our agenda for yoga at our farm. Small groups, privates and events are possible to schedule with Francisca
Agro Yoga, Littleboomland
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Francisca has been devoted to the Yoga practice since 2004 and began teaching since 2014 in the Netherlands, being trained with 200h E-RYT and several continuing Teacher Trainings in Belgium, the Netherlands and Portugal, Yoga Alliance Education certified E-RYT 300h+.
In 2013, she earned her degrees at the University of Applied Sciences, for Social work with Psychology, Haptonomy and specialized in Youth care. With 11 years of work related experience, she became a certified coach by Mind Motion. For the Yoga path she studied and practiced Yoga with Manju Jois, Sharath jois, Laruga Glaser, Dany Sá, David Swenson, Yoga Moves, AYA, Mirjam Wagner, Beta Lisboa, e.g. Out of interest, Francisca got certified in Reiki and started to explore Shiatsu and Thai massage. She completed a 12 days Permaculture Design Course. Together with husband João Palma she traveled a spiritual journey through India and Nepal, following the path of Buddha’s life, experiencing how Yoga, Meditation, Hinduism and Buddhism manifest there.
In 2015 she began to teach Yoga at BudaDharma in Saldanha, Lisbon. Her intention is to share positive energy through the practice, by inspiring others to thrive from their own strength with self-compassion. By connecting body and mind, we become more peaceful and present.
"When starting to practice Yoga, it felt like a true home coming. Maybe because of many years dancing and gymnastics from a young age. As if the body said 'thank you', for giving me that space and strength again. Physical tensions released and my vision on life changed. It all unfolded through ethical values, awareness and mostly love. Ashtanga and Yin Yoga make me feel balanced. To deepen my Yoga practice with profound studies, I find myself refining what I want to share, from experience and the heart".