Vikasa of "Vikasa Flow" means evolution when translated from Sanskrit. Vikasa flow is a methodology which Kosta Miachin has developed. Students will focus on linking conscious breath with a vigorous and mindful flow.
We view practice of yoga as a tool for each human’s personal physical and spiritual development, which is, in essence, evolution.
In this class, we will build strength, flexibility and concentration while cleansing the body and calming the mind.
(* This online class is provided by live streaming using zoom)
About Atilia Haron
Atilia is a RYT 200 (Registered Yoga Teacher) and the founder of the Yogaonethatiwant (YOTIW) chain of yoga studios spanning various locations in Malaysia. She is also a brand ambassador for Under Armour.
Her yoga style has its roots in Vikasa Yoga and she mixes it up with power flows and a good measure of her own personal style. Always seen with a huge smile on her face and an infectious passion for all things yoga, this fun-loving yogi’s journey started on a far less happy note. Plagued with chronic back pains and shortness of breath, Atilia turned to yoga for an answer to her mounting health problems.
She discovered that yoga had the ability to greatly reduce anxiety and improve breathing, which in turn proved invaluable in her singing career. Yoga also helped to improve her overall fitness and mental strength, enabling her to remain energized and focused in spite of her hectic schedule.
In 2018, she was given the award 'Yogi of the Year 2018' by Yoga Journal Singapore. Yoga Journal believe that Atilia has played an impactful role in influencing many individuals regardless of race and religion to open their minds to practice yoga and reap its physical and mental benefits
In addition to her yoga empire, Atilia is also an accomplished singer/songwriter and recording artiste. She has made appearances at major events such as the World Economic Forum in Davos and the US-Asean Summit Gala Dinner, performing for world leaders and luminaries.
Time Zone Reference
17th April 2020, 13.00- 14.00 (GMT+9) Japan and Korea etc.
17th April 2020, 12.00- 13.00 (GMT+8) Hong Kong, Philippine, Malaysia and Singapore etc.
17th April 2020, 6.00- 7.00 (GMT+2, CEST) Germany, France and Italy etc.
16th April 2020, 21.00- 22.00 (GMT-7, PDT) Washington, Oregon and California etc.