Modern people sharing their inner transformation stories and the attitude on life that they developed through the practice of yoga.
is a Brazilian lawyer who lives in the city of Sao Paulo. Camila found the Kaiut Yoga method after being diagnosed with anxiety and depression. During a retreat in the amazon with Francisco Kaiut the creator of the method she encountered a new way to approach anxiety and depression. After 9 months of practicing the method she was advised to stop her treatment for anxiety and depression because it was no longer necessary. Camila continues to practice and now teaches the Kaiut Yoga method.
Plinio, a professional Polo player from Brazil, grew up in the countryside of Sao Paulo and from a very young age became enchanted with horses, riding them and playing Polo just like his father and grandfather. Early on Plinio understood the horse's natural ability to perceive what you feel as you ride them. After an accident during a polo game that broke both of Plinio’s legs, he found Kaiut Yoga was a source of recovery from the accident and began the practice before he could walk.
Geraldo an eye doctor from Curitiba began to practice the Kaiut Yoga method at the age of 46 when he was advised by doctors to have surgery on his lumbar spine to correct complications from an out of place vertebrae. After searching various alternatives to the surgery he encountered the work of Francisco Kaiut in Curitiba at the Kaiut Yoga studio. After 10 years of practicing the method Geraldo saw a great gain in mobility, and today at the age of 61 he feels physically able in all senses, more focused and attentive in his work as an eye doctor.
Intellectual and physical performance
Normally we think of yoga as a tool to counteract aging and discomforts in the body and the mind, this is where the work starts, but we rarely think about what happens after the pain and discomfort go away.
Once we relieve ourselves from the burden of the distractions that come with discomfort and pain the door to evolution opens and reveals natural human potential.
How do you see yourself when you’re over the age of 90? What does your quality of life look like? Is it a life filled with struggle, discomfort and pain? Or is it a healthy life filled with vitality, strength and mobility?
Being a modern yogi is about becoming more human in a technological world and captivating the value of life to its fullest.
What are our students saying?
"I tried yoga for the first time because a friend suggested. What got me the most were the benefits attributed to the practice that I was unaware of. In addition to physical well-being, which translated into greater mobility, relief from chronic pain and improved posture, I noticed a significant improvement in my concentration and rediscovered my breathing, which fueled my self-awareness and self-control. For those who are unaware of the practice, I suggest that you go deeper into the subject and Get to know the Kaiut method because the results are amazing.”
Ariel Machado, Kickboxing Fighter
“I was diagnosed with depression. All I wanted to do was lie in bed and be quiet. But during the practice, I felt far away from some of the most complicated and difficult issues I was dealing with in everyday life. I have the impression that through yoga now I can see things from a different perspective, which I couldn't before practice.”
Camila Porto, Lawyer
“After I started the practice I stopped feeling rigid and now I can do any kind of physical activity or sport I want. My concentration also got better, and that was something I was able to incorporate in my work, especially during surgeries for the kind of attention to details my work demands. Yoga brings you to a perfect focus. You can work hard and enjoy your personal time fully.”
Luiz Geraldo, Doctor M.D