• Yoga & Qigong

  • Katarina Byström
    Midwife, nurse/Master of Refloxology

    Holds courses in yoga for pregnent women.

    Phone: 040 076 7245
    E-mail: katarina.bystrom@wasawellness.fi

  • Kristiina Peltoniemi
    Yoga teacher (RYT) Trager®- and Reiki therapist

    Ashtanga, power, yin yoga classes (group and private) and meditative practices. Holistic treatments; Trager®, Reiki and Indian head massage Holistic healing experience to release body and mind from tension and stress to increase wellbeing and the knowledge of the self.

    Phone:040 582 5669
    E-mail: kristiina.peltoniemi@gmail.com
    More info: http://www.kristiinapeltoniemi.blogspot.fi/p/in-english_01.html

  • Sointu Kuokkanen
    Yoga Teacher in medical yoga as well as kundaliiniyoga and laughing yoga

    Phone: 050 592 0191
    E-mail: sointu@netikka.fi
    For more information: www.nauramaan.fi

  • Carina Granö-Träskelin
    Associate Certified Coach (ACC) Master of stress management -and therapist of wellbeing, qigong instructor, saunayoga instructor,  Master of political sience (PM)

    Qigong

    Qigong (alternatively spelled chi gung or chi kung) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement (blood, synovial and lymph) and building awareness of how the body moves through space. When you practice and learn a qigong exercise movement, there are both external movements and internal movements. These internal movements or flows in China are called neigong or "internal power". These internal neigong movements make qigong a superior health and wellness practice.
    For most people, the �rst and foremost bene�t of qigong lies in the relief or prevention of chronic health problems. The range of maladies that have been helped by qigong in China include cancer, internal organ ailments, poor circulation, nerve pain, back and joint problems and general physical disease.

    Sauna Yoga

    The Sauna Yoga poses are based on various yoga styles and practised seated in a temperature of approximately 50°C (120°F). Some of the poses help to relieve tensions in the neck and shoulder region and remove excessive strain on the spine and surrounding musculature, while others work to strengthen the trunk and leg muscles. The gentle heat of the sauna effectively melts away the strains and the beneficial effects can be felt immediately after a single session. One session lasts 30 minutes.


    Phone:040 153 2003
    E-mail: carina@wasawellness.fi
    More inforamtion (in swedish/finnish) :http://carina.wasawellness.fi

Wasa Wellness | Pitkänlahdenkatu 13, 65100 Vasa | Booking: 040 153 2003 | e-mail: info@wasawellness.fi / www.wasawellness.fi

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