Welcome to hañsa.yoga
Integrating eastern and western thought and methodologies to the practice of yoga.
hañsa yoga is an international 200 and 500 hours yoga therapy and “flow form” teacher training programme.
hañsa yoga is a unique and contemporary training process that creatively engages movement practices and yogic philosophy and thought to develop deeper observational abilities.
Flow form is about taking ownership of our current condition and begin to creatively cultivate skills that enable to us embody grace and poise on all levels.
hañsa yoga is the “way of play” a process that allows for an openness that expresses exploration and the joy of discovery.
Vincent Bolletta has spent his yoga journey exploring the many styles of yoga, searching for the essence of the yoga practice and how it applies to the functional lives of everyday practitioners.
Vincent is one of New Zealand’s foremost yoga instructors and teacher trainer with a wealth of knowledge in biomechanics, yoga therapy and much more.
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The meaning of hañsa yoga
hañsa（हंस）means the swan in sanskrit. The swan represents the liberated ātman (soul).
hañsa yoga is a healing process of self awakening through the practice and observation of human behavioural patterns. Using this as the basis of gaining greater insight to individual function as well as understanding ones physical, mental and energetic needs.
Exploring the subtle aspects of our breath and the hidden language that resides within it we will discover the artistry of internal flow and form. Through the integration of both eastern and western philosophy and methodologies we will unravel and engage our unique stories in a way that will evoke a postural evolution that will only enhance skill, grace and poise on all levels.
The swan symbolizes grace and beauty on many levels. It is associated with love, music, and poetry. In Roman mythology Swan was sacred to Venus, the goddess of love. In Greek tradition, this bird was often pictured singing to a lyre.