Mysore Style: this traditional form of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is not a led/announced class, but you practice a set series at your own pace, which you learn step by step. The teacher provides individual support and adjustments.
A gentle and restorative yoga practice with a focus on alignment and on mobilising, stretching and strengthening the whole body. Breathing and relaxation exercises round off the practice. Suitable for everybody.
Hatha Vinyasa Flow
A varied yoga practice consisting of both static and dynamic elements, usually focusing on a specific area of the body and concluding with a long, deep savasana.
A calming, relaxing restorative practice with a focus on holding asanas for long periods of time to address fascia, release tension, improve flexibility and allow the breath to flow freely.
My classes are about awareness and presence. Focusing the mind and getting into a deeper feeling through asana practice. Sometimes more gentle, sometimes more demanding.
This class is for beginners and for anyone who wants to develop a basic understanding of the aspects of Vinyasa yoga.
A little time out in the middle of the day. An island for you – come back to yourself, move, stretch, breathe and relax and then start the second half of the day full of new energy.
Pre and Post-Natal Yoga
We practice asanas adapted to the pregnant body. We focus on conscious breathing and get to know postures that relax you and your baby and can also offer you relief from any discomforts.
Somatic Yin (engl.)
Somatic Yin Yoga is a very mindful yoga practice, which allows you to come to a deep rest incorporating somatic movement. Fascias are stimulated whilst passively stretching and relaxing the deep tissue, leaving you vitalised and purified.
Hatha Flow all level
For yoga practitioners, with sound basic knowledge. Conscious breathing and movement, precise posture. A mindful balance between too much and too little, between challenge and letting go.