The Möbius Loop with its twisted single-sided band represents a metaphor for
Moebius-Yoga, which features an intimate connection of mind and body within the Yoga practice.
Hannelore Moebius (C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, APP) is a Yoga Therapist and Ayurvedic Practitioner from Germany. She is the founder of The Prana Studio for Yoga & Health, NH, and offers private sessions combining Yoga Therapy and Ayurvedic principles. Hannelore shares her compassionate and meditative approach in Yoga classes, workshops, Polarity and Reiki sessions, and has offered several Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training Programs.
Her experience reaches back over 38 years, with an initial Yoga Teacher certificate in Munich, Germany, and the teaching style influenced by S. Yesudian and E. Haich in Switzerland. She is a graduate of the International Yoga College and from the Integrative Yoga Therapy Master Program, a Kripalu Yoga Teacher Mentor, a Polarity Therapist, and a Reiki Master Teacher. She is a graduate of a 2-year Program at the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque and Pune, India, under Dr. Lad. Hannelore is recognized as a Certified Yoga Therapist, C-IAYT, by the International Association of Yoga Therapists, bridging Yoga and Healthcare since 1989.
The Yoga Therapy components of Hannelore’s teaching are based on her Masters Program in Integrative Yoga Therapy, multiple seminars with recognized international teachers, the International Yoga College, Kripalu Center, Prajna Yoga, and the Ayurvedic Institute, NM. They are not derived from her status as an E-RYT500 with the Yoga Alliance Registry.
MoebiusYoga facilitates physical wellness, psychological balance, and spiritual awakening through a deep listening process, combining the Ancient Wisdom of Yoga & Ayurveda. We practice: Yoga Chikitsa – Healing through Yoga Asanas, Pranayama, Meditation, and Yoga Nidra; Vihara Chikitsa – Healthy Lifestyle; Ahara Chikitsa – Food as Medicine; Marma Chikitsa – Energy Pathways for Healing Body, Mind, and Consciousness, Tanmatra Chikits – Subtle Therapies, such as Mudras.
We allow ourselves to pause and become quiet, to nurture ourselves physically, emotionally, and spiritually. As we experience Yoga in movement and in stillness we will feel our true nature. As a consequence, we will start to reconnect with ourselves and feel centered in our daily life.