Danijel Dubičanac (1973) yogom se bavi od 1991. godine, podučava hatha yogu od 1996. kada ga je za podučavanje asana i pranayame certificirao Svami Krišna u Rišikešu. Tajlandsku masažu prakticira od 2008., a učitelj medicinske tajlandske akupresure postaje 2012. U akrobatskoj yogi i inverzijskoj terapiji aktivan je od 2009., a radionice i redovne treninge održava u regiji od 2011. godine.
Danijel je predsjednik Društva za rekreaciju “Yoga-Zagreb”, povremeno održava radionice i tečajeve yogijske tajlandske masaže i akupresure, terapeutskog letenja, yoge u paru i akrobatske yoge, yoge za zdravu kralježnicu i slično.
Njeguje individualiziran i nedogmatski pristup. Stavlja naglasak na razumijevanju zdravstvenih učinaka i usvajanju osobne prakse yoge.
Yoga / Thai Yoga Curriculum Vitae
1993-1996 yoga and meditation self-practice
1996 Yoga Pravesh Course, Tapovan, India with prof. Laxmankumar V.S.
1997 Certified in Sivananda yoga, Rishikesh, India with Swami Krishna.
2005 Studying with Boris Georgiev, David Williams (ashtanga vinyasa)
2006 Studying hatha yoga in Iyengar tradition with Kate Foley.
2006-2007 Basic and advanced Thai Yoga Massage courses, International
Society of Thai Yoga Massage, Croatian branch led by Davor Haber
2007, 2008, 2009 Acro yoga workshops with Adam Rinder
2009, 2010, 2011 THAI International Retreat, island of Iž, Croatia
2010 Myofascial Thai bodywork with Howard Evans
2011 Certified as practitioner of Thai acupressure for orthopedic disorders
with Noam Tyroler
2012 Instructor certification in Thai acupressure for orthopedic disorders
with Noam Tyroler
2012 Acrobatics and kids yoga in Nairobi, Kenya
2013 Craniosacral therapy with Howard Evans
2014, 2015 Osteothai module 1 and 2 with David Lutt
2016 Biodynamic craniosacral therapy module 1 with Howard Evans
2016 Tok Sen with Davor Habor
2017 Biodynamic craniosacral therapy module 2 with Howard Evans
2017 EU recognised certification for Yoga and Pilates instructor at Magistra, Zagreb
2020 6 Critical Problems in Modern Yoga…and How to Work with Them with Matthew Remski
Teaching hatha yoga courses since 1997. Working with mixed age groups and skill levels,
I’ve developed an individual approach to teaching asana. Along with general hatha yoga
courses, I have been giving yoga-based workshops: yoga for the office, yoga for healthy
bones, yoga for pregnancy, antistress yoga, tibetan pranayama.
Since 2004: teaching yoga and giving massage treatments
to Zagreb Youth Theatre actors.
Two collaborations with Jan Fabre’s Troubleyn in 2009 and 2010, yoga and therapy.
Since 2004: workshops for dance companies
2009 to 2014: teaching basic acrobatics classes and workshops in yogic context
2010 and 2017 teaching yoga to UNICEF staff
2010 and 2011 teaching inversion therapy at International Thai yoga massage Conference
on the island of Iž
2011 teaching acrobatics to 3rd year drama students at Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art within their Stage Movement course.
2011 to present: personal trainer (yoga, kettlebell, swimming, running and calisthenics)
2012 yoga, partner yoga and thai massage course for Nafsi Africa: collective of artists,
performers and educators from slums and ghettos in Nairobi, Kenya
2012 and 2013. Acro yoga workshops at Terraneo festival
Since 2012: teaching thai yoga massage
Since 2016: teaching yoga and giving massage treatments
to Zagreb Puppet Theater actors
2017 co-organizing and teaching at the first Croatian Thai yoga massage practitioner
2005 and 2006 authored a 40-episode web series of yoga exercises
for a leading Croatian web portal
2008 authored the first Croatian self-help series of 8 audio CDs based on yogic
2017 and 2018 authored three online courses:
Life in Motion, reversing the effects of prolonged sitting with the help of yoga,
biomechanics, ergonomy, self-massage and walking from kinesiological perspective;
Heart of Winter, guide to year-round swimming in wild waters;
Art of Relaxation: guide to mastering the relaxation response and activation of the
parasympathetic nervous system.
Currently developing: Sun Salutations from a biomechanical perspective – challenges,
rewards, from therapeutic to athletic applications