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Yoga retreat in Pelion, Greece August 30-September 5, 2021
Yoga in Greece
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Practice yoga in blue and green surroundings in Pelion

A few words

Hygia was the ancient Greek goddess of health. She was the daughter of Asclepius, god of medicine. While her father was more directly associated with healing, she was associated with the prevention of sickness and the continuation of good health.

In Greek ‘hygeia’ meant ‘soundness’ or ‘wholeness’. Hygiene in medicine was about maintaining the ‘wholeness’ of the body and keeping it fit. This is called health.  

Hygia Yoga aims to help people have a healthy body and mind in order to prevent sickness and maintain a good health. 


About me

Kristina is Greek, born in London, raised between Athens and Paris, and currently living in Brussels.

She is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher and has been practicing Iyengar yoga since discovering it for its therapeutic qualities. Kristina is passionate about yoga and believes practicing it transcends the physical benefits.

Kristina’s teaching is based on the Iyengar approach, and focuses on the precision of the yoga postures (asanas). This allows the body and mind to align, while discovering yourself in the process. By focusing on the details of postures, participants gain a deep experience and insight into the benefits of yoga, which apply equally to physical and mental health and well-being.

Kristina is also a Reiki practitioner and has completed Mindfulness training.   

She has followed classes and workshops with Willy Bok, Alexis Simon, Constantinos Giannetakis, and Martine Le Chenic.

Aside from being a yoga teacher, Kristina is also an assistant for therapeutic yoga classes at the BKS Iyengar Centre in Brussels. She continues to follow workshops and conventions in Belgium, France, India and Greece.

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