A Le Poggiola we offer a regenerating holiday, a place for relaxation, to regain your well-being naturally. You can combine individual Yoga Yoga lessons with group to your stay, to treat yourself to a holiday of awareness in a welcoming and peaceful place.

You can enjoy yoga daily – if you wish – with a qualified Florence teacher at Himalayan Yoga Institute , knowingly practicing, with healthy and, on request, vegetarian and vegan meals.
We recommend it to get out of your routine and enter your awareness!


What does HATHA YOGA mean?

Ha means sun, Tha luna, YOGA: UNION

Yoga is an ancient bodily and philosophical practice that adapts to all ages and physical conditions (excellent during pregnancy). It brings profound and lasting benefits to the physical, mental and spiritual level.

A Le Poggiola We propose yoga according to the tradition of the Himalayan masters.

The Teacher

Anna Lazzerini insegnante YogaAnna E. Lazzerini: was born in Milan in 1965. She is a direct student of Swami Veda Bharati. He has been teaching Yoga since 2004 in seminars, individual and group sessions. She graduated as Teacher of Yoga and Meditation under the guidance of M. Dianella Melani, at the Himalayan Yoga Institute of Florence.

She is Shiatsu operator since 2001, graduated from the Shiatsu-Ki School of Florence, where he attended the 3-year training course for teaching. He teaches Yoga in Pistoia.

The Tradition of the Himalayan Masters

The teachings handed down from Swami Rama of the Himalayas lead to a practice of awareness, of attention to the body and the breath, leading to understanding the mental fluctuations according to the Pranavidja method.

The concentrated mind (Dharana), learns to distinguish, to select what is useful to abandon oneself in presence. During the Asanas (positions), the whole person reaches calm and relaxes the posture effort.

Breathing ( Pranayama ) is the point of union between mind and body. Breathing practices aim at fluidity, at depth, becoming valuable tools for improving the condition of the nervous system (excellent for menopause), and the agitated mind (such as anxiety).

This is the peculiarity of the Tradition of the Himalayan Masters , where the mind educates the body and at the same time, with bodily practice, the mental presence focuses on the “here and now”.

Hatha Yoga is also essential to prepare for Meditation: The essay Patanjalj (the one who codified Yoga handed down until then orally), reports eight steps that constitute the Raja Yoga . To the former, one finds the practice of Asanas and Pranayama up to the highest levels like Meditation (Dhyana), a fundamental practice towards “Supreme Joy”: the “Samadhy”, the purpose of Raja Yoga.

Practicing Yoga it is therefore possible to obtain benefits on the nervous, muscular, bone, endocrine, respiratory, digestive and circulatory systems.

You get better management of emotions, (which often manifest themselves with recurring pains and disorders), self-esteem, panic attacks, poor vitality and depression.