Jonathan Gonzalez

Jonatan González Diez has a degree in photography (year 2004-2006) and a degree in Journalism from the University of Valladolid (class 2009-2014). His whole life has been linked to the body and sport, for many years linked to handball at a semi-professional level.

After dedicating himself to photojournalism for 7 years, in 2011 and 2012 he lived in China, impregnating himself with Asian culture. There he came into contact with Tai Chi and Chi-Kung and began to appreciate the philosophies in motion, the integration of body, mind and energy in the same activity.

He lives for several years between Spain, Southeast Asia and South America practicing with different teachers. Arriving in Barcelona in 2016, she meets her teacher with whom she begins her intensive practice. The same year he decides to complete the Hatha-Vinyasa Yoga training at the Mandiram school and complete it to deepen anatomy with Chiromassage at the ISMET school. He considers that each massage is in itself a therapeutic act and that what is important is caring for the person and trying to help them with their ailment, looking for and focusing on the root of the problem.

In yoga Jonatan has found the space where he can observe himself, take care of himself and find himself. A place that offers you balance and tranquility, and above all the happiness that only peace of mind offers. Sharing with the sole intention of offering those benefits to everyone else is her passion because through yoga she has been able to discover what her inner motor is: dedicating herself to others.

In his classes of a very varied style, he combines the staticity and alignment of the Hatha practice, with the dynamism and diversity of Vinyasa. But always looking inward, with the interest and intention that, through yoga, everyone can discover their true nature, obtain greater self-knowledge and feel the fullness of union.

“What concerns you is the action, not its fruit. Don't let the fruit of action move you, but don't be attached to inaction. Stay balanced in success and failure for yoga is equanimity. Yoga is wisdom in action.”

Bhagavad Gita

“Sharing with the sole intention of offering those benefits to everyone else is her passion because through yoga she has been able to discover what her inner motor is: dedicating herself to others.”

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