Power Vinyasa Flow
A strong dynamic flow in which you build strength, flexibility and gain awareness of the movement of your body. The whole flow is supported by the rhythm of the breath.
Choose this class if you want an active & conscious “work-out”, which is fully supported by the power of your breath.
A passive yoga practice, in which the focus is on letting go instead of activating the muscles. By staying in the poses for around 5 minutes, you have time to become aware of how your body is doing and where you can let go even more.
Choose this class if you are in need tension-release and relaxation.
Chair Yoga (Lunch Break) Flow
Chair yoga combines the beautiful elements of a gentle flow with… a chair. The focus is to let go of stress in the body and create more movement in the shoulders, neck & back.
Choose this class if you are sitting down a lot during the day, if you have tension in the shoulders, neck and (lower) back. Perfect practice to do before eating lunch!
30 Minute Powerflow
A strong flow practice, in which we start with pranayama to ignite the inner fire, followed by a strong dynamic flow in which you build strength, flexibility and gain awareness of the movement of your body. The practice ends with a relaxation supported by the sound of singing bowls.
Choose this class if you want an intense, but conscious “work-out”. This class is the more intense sister of the Power Vinyasa Flow class.
Starting off with setting an intention for yourself, after which you will be guided into a deeper relaxation. Working with different crystal and alloy singing bowls, wind chimes and ocean drums – we will find that deep, inner meditation and relaxation.
Choose this special if you feel like you are in need of some extra relaxation.
Yin Yang Yoga
Yin Yang Yoga is a combination of an active yoga flow (first half of the class) & passive yin relaxation (second part of the class). This class combines the best of both worlds: building strength & flexibility + relaxation.
Choose this class if you feel like moving, but prefer some extra relaxation as well.
A passive yoga practice, in which the focus is on letting go. By staying in the poses for around 5 minutes, you have time to become aware of how your body is doing and where you can let go even more.
How is Yin Flow different from Yin Yoga?
Yin Flow is a bit more dynamic than Yin Yoga; during the Yin Flow class, yin postures are alternated with soft flowing movements. However, we keep it really soft and relaxed ;).
Choose this class if you are in need of tension-release & relaxation, but you do like to move a bit more than usual during Yin.