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Online Yoga Classes with Sabina

Classes are through the platform  Zoom.

The proposal is to grow together in practice, living Yoga in all its aspects: inside and outside the mat. The asanas are intertwined through vinyasas (movement coordinated with breathing), accompanied by philosophy, mantras, pranayamas, meditation.

Classes last 90 minutes. Approximately 50 minutes are physical postures and 40 minutes are meditation, breathing practices, mudras, kriyas, practices that work on energy, and deep relaxation.

Practices are for all levels.

Please take a moment to answer the questions below so we can get to know each other better!


Schedules of live and direct group classes:


Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Other hours:

If you can't take the class at these times, I can send you the recordings. The recordings have a duration of 1 week, so that you can do them regularly and you can see the results of a sustained practice over time.




Group classes:

4 classes per month $1500

8 classes per month $2000

Single classes $500


Ask for private classes.




Payment is made by bank transfer.


Head: Sabina Greenberg Farías

CUIT/CUIL :  27-31009403-5

Santander Bank

Accounts: 426-002407/3

CBU: 0720426988000000240736


Classes are paid in advance. Payments are made from the 1st to the 10th of each month.

Please send proof of transfer to

If you signed up for 4 or 8 classes, please confirm the days and times you chose.











If you can't take the class for any reason, I can send you the recording of the class. 

If, on the other hand, you would like to make up the missed class, this can be done within a month (4 weeks) from when you made the payment, at any of the times where I teach.



How to enter the class


  • Download Zoom on your computer or phone, then open the app and sign in with your username and password. Before the class I will send you the link of the meeting and a password by mail and/or whatsapp.


  • If you've never used Zoom before, do some testing with a friend, to see if you have your audio and camera set up correctly. Try to get the camera to take your whole body, and get all your movements into the frame (completely lying on the floor, standing up and raising your arms, opening your arms to the sides, etc.).  


  • The audio of all the participants will be active only in the initial greeting and the final greeting. During the class I will close the microphones of all the participants so that they can hear me clearly and without distractions. This is why I will try to describe the postures in as much detail as possible and I will receive your questions and comments during the week to answer them in the next class.  


  • Be punctual: In the Zoom meeting, a "waiting room" will be enabled 15 minutes before the start of the class. The class starts at 7.30 sharp in the morning and at 19.00. in the afternoon. It is very important that you are ready at least 5 minutes before.

please answer these questions


  • Name and surname:


  • Document or Passport Number:


  • Date of birth:


  • Occupation:         


  • Social work:


  • Direction:


  • Phone/ Whatsapp:


  • Emergency contact:


  • Why do you want to take Yoga classes? Is there a particular topic you are interested in learning more about (philosophy, spirituality, history, physical postures)?


  • Do you have any injury/pain in your body or something you want to tell me about? Have you had an accident or similar illness that has affected your health? If so, what medical treatment have you followed?


  • Did you take or do you take any type of cardiac medication, psychoactive drugs, etc.?


  • Are you in medical health conditions fit to do physical postures and breathing exercises of Yoga?


  • Do you have experience practicing Yoga?


  Questions to answer if you have a Yoga practice:


  • How long do you practice and how many times a week? What kind of practice are you doing? Could you mention schools and teachers with whom you studied?


  • What asanas are you interested in working on?


  • Do you practice inverted? If so, which ones? Shoulderstand, headstand, forearmstand, and/or handstand?


  • What is your experience in the practice of pranayamas? If you have experience, what pranayamas do you practice?


- Bhastrika

- Nadi Sodhana/ Anuloma Viloma


- Practices with kumbhaka (air retention)

- Others.


  • Do you practice any kind of physical activity?


  • Do you have experience in meditation practice?


















Preparation for Yoga class


  • Create your own sacred space in your home. In these times we cannot receive you in a Yoga studio prepared for you to feel in harmony. We encourage you to set up that corner in your home, where you instantly feel comfortable: the temperature should be pleasant and as far as possible free of drafts, the space should be clear of objects so you can raise and open your arms, open legs and not touch or throw anything, we recommend having a wall nearby in case we use it to practice. Let those who live with you know that you are going to practice at that time and look for a quiet space and, as far as possible, without interruptions.


  • We recommend having a candle, lighter on hand and your favorite incense.  


  • You can also have on hand a blanket, socks, pad or towel to cover your eyes, and any items such as blocks, belts, bolsters or cushions that you want to use (optional).


  • Wear comfortable clothes. As far as possible we will practice barefoot. I know it is winter and it is cold, but it is important that our feet are in contact with the ground and that we can open our toes well and not slip.  


  • Try not to eat any food until 1 hour before class.


  • If your class is at 7:30: Try to get up at least half an hour before (if you can before that, much better!), stretch, if you need to have a tea or something to acclimatize to the temperature, the space and the new day.


Attitude for practice


  • Today we find ourselves in this unique situation that forces us to practice at home. When you practice at home it is important that you do not get distracted. Practice is a sacred space, it does not matter if you are in a studio or at home, this is a time to focus and surrender to what you are doing.


  • The practice of Yoga is a progressive method that is built over time. This means that when you practice there will be postures that will not turn out as you would like. With time and systematic repetition, your body, your nervous system, your brain, will get used to these movements. Where at first you feel like you can't breathe, you will find space and what seems impossible today, over time you will achieve it. On the other hand, the different stages and cycles of life (menstruation, pregnancy, postpartum, sedentary lifestyle, injuries, seasons of nature, etc.) will show us limitations where they did not exist before, and this is part of being alive, the Postures come and go constantly. This is why it is extremely important that you practice taking care of your body, applying the principle of non-violence (ahimsa). Trying to do something your body and mind aren't ready for is not worth injuring yourself. This means that every time you stand on the mat, you will practice with an attitude of detachment from the results of the action (aparigraha), with compassion towards your body, without comparing yourself with others, with patience and watering each day your own seed.  


Mantras that we are going to use in class


You don't need to learn them by heart, you can have them written on a piece of paper near you.

Start mantra:

Om sahana vavatu

Saha nau bhunaktu

saha viryam karavavahai

Tejasvi navadhitamastu ma vidvishavahai

Om shanti shanti shanti


This mantra creates an atmosphere of harmony and understanding between the teacher and the student, to create a good environment for learning.


The translation says:


May we all be protected,

May we all gain spiritual strength,

May we all work together with great energy,

May our study be fruitful,

May there never be obstacles between us

oh peace, peace, peace


Closing mantra - Gayatri mantra:

Om bhur bhuva suvah

Tat savitur varenyam

Bhargo devasya dhimahi

Dhiyo yonah prachodayat




We meditate on the higher Consciousness,

creative source of the Universe, 

to which we have devotion, 

who is the source of knowledge and light, 

and that destroys all suffering and ignorance. 

We ask that it enlighten our intellect to find the Truth.








about my training


I have been practicing Yoga for 13 years and I have been sharing the teachings with students for 6 years.

After practicing in various schools in Buenos Aires for 6 years, I decided to start deepening my training in Yoga.

This is how in 2014 I trained with Lorraine Taylor at The Yoga Barn, in Bali, with the course "Sacred Journeys Towards Yoga". Lorraine introduced me to Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and studies of Kundalini Tantra Yoga and the chakras. He also introduced me to Bhakti Yoga and the Sacred Feminine. I studied Yin Yoga with Tina Nance in Bali.

In 2015 I did the first level course of Agama Yoga, Kundalini Tantra Yoga school, in Thailand.

In 2015 I studied Yoga therapy with Gastón Mori and the osteopath Martin Gallego in Buenos Aires.

In 2015 I co-created the Yoga & Sound project with Juan Pablo Barone Gea, with whom we did workshops and 12 retreats, taking groups on trips in nature and giving them tools to connect with their spiritual world.  Juan Pablo Barone Gea introduced me to the practices of Sacred Sound, and since then I have accompanied his healing project with ethnic instruments called "Sanamúsica".

In 2016 I completed the Level I Teacher Training with Fernando Calviño and Alexa Traugott, in which we practice the Iyengar style in asanas and delve into the teachings of Satyananda Yoga, following the program of the Bihar School of Yoga in India in the study of various subtle energy expansion practices, such as pranayamas, mantras, Yoga Nidra, mudras, visualizations.

In the same year I completed the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga instructor course with Alejandro Chiarella. 

In 2017 and 2019 I attended  to full seasons of satsangs in Rishikesh and to the International Yoga Festival in India. In 2017 I took my first harmonium and mantra chanting classes with Neeti from Devi Music Ashram, in Rishikesh. Since then I share Kirtans and Bhajans in different meetings.

In 2018 I traveled to England to do a specialization course with Lorraine Taylor on Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga.

In 2018 I continued the practice of Ashtanga Yoga with Sharmila Desai, with whom I practiced the last two seasons in Goa, India. 

Between 2014 and 2020 I traveled every year to India, to visit Ashrams, sit in satsangs with different spiritual teachers, study with as many international teachers as possible and attend spiritual festivals. 

In 2020 I completed the Level II Teacher Training at the Siddhi Yoga school of Fernando Calviño and Alexa Traugott, based on the study of subtle bodies. We delve into the study of chakra sadhana, pranayamas, bandhas, kriyas, Yoga Nidra, etc. following the tradition of Kundalini Tantra Yoga. I also took the Tibetan Yoga course, Tsa Lung, the warrior syllables.

My priority has always been my own practice and spiritual search, and it is from that place of my own experience that I share with others, seeking to be faithful to the roots of Yoga.

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