YIN & YANG YOGA
Yin & Yang Yoga is a powerful yoga practice (yang) combined with a calm, gentle and grounding ending (yin), which helps you to consciously perceive and release tension in your body and mind. Yin & Yang Yoga is the perfect balance of movement and relaxation, to recharge and lift your energy.
Yin Yoga is a slow practice where we focus on the yin parts of the body such as the fascia, joints and ligaments. It’s the perfect practice when you wish to increase your body’s mobility and to ground, recharge and strengthen your body and mind. Most poses are close to the mat and/or sitting down and we hold the poses for several minutes, in order to increase the mobility of the body, to release tension and blockages.
In Yin Yoga we can all practice together regardless if you are a beginner or experienced yoga practitioner.
ASHTANGA LED YOGA
Ashtanga Yoga is 99% practice and 1% theory. This class is a dynamic, flowing style that connects the movement of the body with the breath, following a structured series of asanas which creates an internal heat to purify the body. It rejuvenates your body, making it stronger, more flexible and promotes mental clarity & calmness and inner focus.
A basic asana knowledge is required to take part in this class, but you do not need to be an advanced yogi.
YOGA FOR BEGINNERS
Yoga for beginners is the perfect class to get an introduction into yoga. It gives you an insight of the different postures, the correct alignment and allows space for you to get confident in your practice. There is time for questions and reflection and step by step you will be guided through the different yoga asanas - forward folds, back bends, standing poses, balance poses, warriors and sun salutations. The teacher can support you with hands-on to help you experience the poses more deeply.
This class is for everyone who would like an introduction into the yoga practice, to deepen their understanding on what yoga is about and for those who would like to ensure that the practice they have is correct, this is important to avoid injuries.