Whirling is a dance and a meditation in movement. The most known reference is the whirling Dervishes. The practice of whirling can offer many and various benefits, it enables us to get in contact with various parts of ourselves – either close to our awareness, or further away from it. Through it we find strength, joy, relaxation, we’re being moved, and we find a sense of liberation – even the possibility of the ecstatic experience.


In the workshops of every weekend we’ll have the opportunity to introduce the beginners to whirling, to recap many of the basic technique issues that have already been touched upon, but also to go deeper and cover more issues as well. Each weekend holds its own theme, but we also follow the group’s dynamic and the special needs that are being present each time. Whirling workshops are open and accessible to anyone who wants to join, and no special background or knowledge of the subject is required. Each one of us finds their way to whirl according to their body and their psycho-emotional state.


* The Whirling workshop will take place one Saturday per month at Spiti Yoga during the season covering different themes each time. The scheduled meetings of 2020 are: 11/1, 8/2, 21/3, 25/4 and 16/5 at 16.00-21.00. Do you have any questions? Please, ask us!

A series of seminars through which we will get to know, not only theoretically but also practically, the effects that the mudras have on our material, mental and energy bodies. Each seminar includes a selection of mudras, hatha yoga asanas, pranayama, and meditation, all of which form a comprehensive approach to each subject. It is also important to note that the topics are independent of each other and each lesson is not a continuation of the previous one, as well as that at the end of the class, the thematic theory is provided in electronic form.


Mudras are a combination of intelligently provided body postures, which can alter mood, status, and perception as they deepen awareness and concentration. Although the hand mudras (hasta) are the most prevalent in yoga, there are also body (kaya) and conscious (citta) mudras. Each type is thought to have a specific effect on the body and mind, enhancing the mental and energy centers, while the practice of mudras during asanas enhances the effect and properties of the posture.


No previous experience is required in order to participate in this seminar.


* The Mudras, the Energy Transformers seminar consists of six individual 3-hour meetings which will take place at Spiti Yoga during the season. The first one – “Mudras and Yoga practice”, will be held on Sunday, October 20 at 16.00. The second one – “Mudras: enhancing the lack of fear”, will be held on Sunday, December 8 at 11.00. The next four meetings will be held after the Christmas holidays on Sundays 19/1 (Mudras and Self-cure), 16/2 (Mudras and the Element of water), 15/3 (Mudras and the Path to a healing process) και 10/5 (Mudras – Founding the future) at 16.00. Do you have any questions? Please, ask us!

In this three-hour seminar, we analyze the basic principles and techniques of handstands so that participants can gain a solid footing, as well as the tools needed to lead handstand and its variations safely and consciously.


Workshop schedule:

  • Vinyasa Yoga for body warm up
  • Strengthening exercises for specific muscle groups in couples & individually
  • Alignment and balance techniques
  • Different handstand versions and entries
  • Spotting techniques
  • Thai massage for relaxation and decompression


The workshop is aimed at practitioners in Yoga, Pilates, acrobatics, dance, and everyone who loves being upside down!


The Handstand workshop will take place on January 25, 2020 at 16.00-19.00. Do you have any questions? Please, ask us!

In the first part of the seminar, we explore basic motor skills of our muscles and joints, and various ways of contact and interaction between two bodies. Borrowing elements from different contemporary dance techniques, we learn basic techniques and ways of interaction through muscle pressure techniques (feet, hands, fingers, etc.) and through joints movement.


In the second part, we work in couples and offer each other a complete therapy. This includes traditional Thai massage techniques in various positions (prone, supine, lateral and sitting position).


No previous experience on any kind of massage is required in order to participate in this seminar.


* The next Thai massage for dummies seminars for 2020 will be held on Saturdays 1/2, 14/3 and 9/5 at 17.00. Do you have any questions? Please, ask us!

Were you alone on Valentine’s Day? Come dance along with your favourite hammock that never disappoints you and is always there to cheer you up!


The workshop includes a complete warm-up with specific exercises focused on flexibility and strengthening using the hammock. During the main part of the course we will experiment with acrobatic positions and combinations, thus building an aerial choreography that each one of us will dance in their own rhythm and style! Finally, we will conclude with decompression, restoring the body to balance and calm in order to prepare it for deep relaxation.

The course is open to all levels of Aerial Yoga practitioners as variations will be given.


The Aerial dance workshop will take place on February 15, 2020 at 16.00-18.30. Do you have any questions? Please, ask us!

How can I improve my yoga practice in a playful and safe way, understand and feel my limits, move comfortably and without injuries? Which are the tools that give me an experiential understanding of the energy, effort and use of my body and myself so that I can practice safely, with joy and completeness?


A seminar based on the Feldenkrais method offers better quality and greater comfort in our yoga asanas. Through the seminar we pose questions and challenges and we are invited to participate in a game related to our body perception. By observing and exploring basic movements of torsion and extension of our bodies, we learn to move with greater ease, breadth and pleasure, to better use our breathing and to improve our performance.


The Feldenkrais method, very compatible with the practice of yoga at certain levels and quite different in others, can extend our view in terms of exercise and awareness. It is a tool and not a competitive practice, it is complementary and open, but at the same time completely structured.

* The Feldenkrais workshop will be held in February 16, 2020.  Do you have any questions? Please, ask us!

60 hour Thai yoga massage training, divided into four weekends.


No previous knowledge on Thai or any other type of massage is required in order to participate in the first two weekends (30 hours). During these four days, basic thai massage techniques for body well-being, stress management and balancing of the vital energy. are taught. In addition, the seminar introduces students to thai oil massage, osteo-thai massage, and the basic body energy channels.


During the next two weekends (30 hours), students become familiar with more sophisticated thai massage techniques, and more emphasis is given on practice itself. In order for students to participate in this second part, the attendance of the first part is a prerequisite.


This training is addressed to health professionals, people who are in contact with physical and mental training systems (such as Yoga), but also to anyone seeking autonomy on health and wellness issues. It aims to broaden our general knowledge of addressing health issues that concern us daily. It is ideal for those who wish to get in touch with this kind of treatment.


Two fully updated manuals will be given to every participant of the training.

A Certification of Attendance will be given to those participating in the first 30 hour training.

The ITM Level 1 Certification will be awarded after the completion of the full 60 hour training.

* The Thai yoga massage training will be held during the weekends of 22-23/2, 7-8/3, 28-29/3 and 11-12/4, 2020.  Do you have any questions? Please, ask us!

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