find, embrace and respect all that is your being
As a seasoned Yoga, Hula Hoop, and Dance Instructor with a career spanning since 2014, my mission has always revolved around guiding individuals in exploring the profound connection between their bodies and minds through a blend of both innovative and traditional movement disciplines. Throughout my sessions, I seamlessly integrate an array of rhythms, dynamic flows, and focused breathing techniques, all tailored to empower you in nurturing your distinct style of movement. Below, you will find a comprehensive overview of the diverse movement forms I specialize in. Moreover, my expertise is readily available for captivating performances. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any inquiries you may have regarding my services or how we can collaborate to facilitate my teaching or performances at your chosen venue, event, or within your personal practice. Your journey toward self-discovery through movement starts here, and I am here to support and inspire you every step of the way. Languages that can be provided during classes/workshops are English, Spanish, and Greek.
Your body is your temple, your universe. Treat it with respect, movement and love.
Some of the styles of yoga I am able to offer are:
Hatha Yoga: Hatha yoga is a gentle and foundational style that focuses on the alignment of postures and breath control. It's perfect for beginners and those seeking a balanced practice that combines physical postures (asanas) with relaxation and meditation.
Vinyasa Yoga: Vinyasa yoga is a dynamic and flowing style where movements are synchronized with the breath. It's a great choice for those who want to build strength, flexibility, and mindfulness through a sequence of postures that seamlessly transition from one to the next.
Rocket Yoga: Rocket yoga is an energizing and challenging form of Ashtanga yoga. It incorporates creative variations and modifications, allowing practitioners to progress at their own pace while still experiencing the benefits of a structured practice.
Kids Yoga: Kids yoga is a playful and interactive style designed specifically for children. It introduces them to yoga in a fun and engaging way, teaching them physical postures and mindfulness techniques to enhance their focus and well-being.
Seniors Yoga: Seniors yoga is adapted to the needs and limitations of older individuals. It focuses on gentle movements, balance, and flexibility to help seniors maintain physical health and mental clarity while promoting a sense of community.
Partner Yoga: Partner yoga is a collaborative practice where two people work together to deepen stretches, enhance balance, and build trust. It fosters connection and communication while exploring yoga postures in pairs, making it a unique and bonding experience for practitioners.
Each of these yoga styles offers unique benefits and caters to different demographics, making it possible for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the physical, mental, and spiritual advantages of yoga practice.
Hula Hoop Dance and More!
The origin of the hula hoop can be traced back to Native American culture, where it served as a key element in their traditional dances. These dances utilized the hoop as a prop to convey a wide range of both stationary and dynamic shapes, each symbolizing various animals, symbols, and elements of storytelling.
Hula Hoop dance and exercise offer an excellent means of promoting fluidity in different parts of the body, including the chest, midsection, and hips. It enhances coordination while attempting various tricks involving twirling, rolling, and tossing. Consistent hula hooping practice also fortifies the core and upper body muscles that provide support to the torso, ultimately contributing to the alleviation of lower back pain.
Furthermore, when you combine yoga with hula hooping, it becomes a powerful tool for enhancing one's personal practice and establishing a solid foundation of strength, coordination, and balance.
Find my very detailed and fun blog on Hoop Yoga on the Chakras by clicking the link below.
A Little More About Me
Greetings! I'm Georgia Aurelia Kollias, and I'm delighted to welcome you to my haven of movement, which I affectionately call Auralogica. I hail from Canada but proudly trace my ancestral roots back to Greece and Poland.
My educational journey has revolved around the fascinating world of Exercise Science, delving into the intricacies of human physiology and anatomy. I've explored how movement can be a powerful tool for the body, aiding it in adapting, healing, and safeguarding against present and future injuries.
My quest for knowledge has also led me to attain a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate (twice!), alongside a diploma from Integrative Nutrition, where I honed my skills as a Health Coach. With all that, I am equally certified as a Kids' Yoga teacher through Cosmic Kids.
Throughout the years, I've crafted numerous opportunities to share my passion, primarily centered around yoga, dance, and hula hooping. I've had the privilege of imparting these disciplines at various events across diverse countries. Teaching what I adore to anyone I cross paths with is truly a blessing, and I eagerly anticipate countless more enriching moments like these in the future.
"Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame."
I was lucky to stumble upon Georgia's online hoop yoga class by chance. I actually didn't have a hoop on hand and was invited to take part anyway. I had a lot of fun from the first class. Mainly, because Georgia is super nice, spontaneous, and creative and simply involved me in the class with individual practices even although I was the only one without a hoop. After the first lesson, I was totally excited for more and appeared to her class every week. Georgia has a wonderful energy that totally inspired me and that always carried over to me during the class. She explains the exercises in a very understandable and uncomplicated way so that you can follow them well as a beginner but also with possible variants for more advanced learners, and I loved her Yoga flows. The atmosphere was always very familiar and nice. Every week I was really looking forward to this "event" in quarantine and thank you Georgia very much for this great exchange and the beautiful and often also funny hours event" in quarantine and thank you Georgia very much for this great exchange and the beautiful and often also funny hours