In the second weekend of November we will welcome dr. Hermann Traitteur from The Iyengar Yoga Institute Berlin.
This workshop is part of a serie teachings on basic anatomy in correspondence to asanas.
There will be 4 online sessions on a saturday afternoon ( september, October, december 2024 & February 2025) and 1 studio session in November.
The basic groups of Asanas in correspondence to Anatomy. 
Saturday 9 November (in studio): 
1) Standing and Sitting Asanas and the Anatomy of the Hips, Knees and Ankles
2) Inversion and the Anatomy of the Shoulders, Elbows and Wrists
Sunday 10 November (in studio): 

3) Backward, Forward and Lateral extending Asanas and the Anatomy of the Spine and Trunk

Online sessions:

1) Hips, Knees and Ankles (15 september)
2) Shoulders, Elbows and Wrists  (19 October)
3) Spine and Trunk (14 december)
4) Ailments of the Musculoskeletal System (1february 2025)

Dr. Hermann Traitteur grew up in the southern German town of Munich, where in the late 1980s, he first came into contact with Iyengar Yoga. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, he moved to Berlin in 1990, where he studied medicine and began his medical career in an orthopedic clinic. When he was studying medicine in Berlin, he also participated in a Teacher Training Program at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco.Following his certification with the Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United States (IYNAUS), he has furthered his education through annual stays at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute (RIMYI) in Pune, India.In 1994, Hermann Traitteur and Claudia Böhm established Yoga Mitte — the first Iyengar Yoga studio in the former eastern part of Berlin. In the early 2000s, Hermann and Claudia were joined by Annette Herrenleben, who had been studying and assisting under the guidance of the Iyengar family at RIMYI in Pune for more than a decade.With B.K.S. Iyengar’s blessings, Yoga Mitte was renamed the Iyengar Yoga Institute of Berlin. In addition to teaching regular yoga classes, Hermann Traitteur opened a yoga therapy practice in the same location.Since the end of the 1990s, he has been a lecturer and assessor within the nascent Iyengar Yoga teacher training programs throughout Germany.His dissertation, published in 2012, is a study of the effects of Iyengar Yoga on chronic neck pain.

Costs:  €195 for the weekend including lunch on Saturday & Sunday.

To book online: enter our reservation portal

The online classes can be booked separately for €30 per class (2 hours per session)