Yoga is an ancient practice to reconnect body, mind and soul by building strength, awareness and harmony.  Anybody can practice yoga (you don’t have to be flexible!). Yoga is not about achieving ‘picture-perfect’ poses. With the physical practice we develop more awareness. This way we (re)connect with our bodies and our breath.

In our society the practice of yoga is mainly associated with physical exercise and meditation. The ancient body of techniques contains much more: breath work (pranayama), physical activity (asana), philosophical discussion about ethics and conduct (yama and niyama), withdrawal of the senses (pratyahara), concentration and meditation methods (dharana and dyana), ultimately leading into an overall experience of union (samadhi).  These 8 steps (ashtanga) are the foundation of our yoga programs. 


Scientific researchers all over the world are vastly catching on to the endless list of yoga’s benefits. By participating in yoga programs, people reduce their stress levels and promote relaxation, improve their physical health – from lowering blood pressure to increasing pain tolerance-, improve their mental health, become more mindful, reduce symptoms of anxiety, improve their posture, allow themselves to unplug from tech and generally become happier.


A dynamic practice in which postures (asanas) are woven into a flow of movement. Practice consists of sun salutations, warrior poses, sequences of forward bends, backbends, twists, balancing postures and inversions.  The focus is on the breath to guide you towards meditation in action; stilling the mind, resting in the body. 

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Vinyasa flow classes are offered for different levels (years of experience). Each class is ended with a final relaxation (savasana) in which integration of the practice is happening in body and mind.


Yang-yin classes are based upon balancing out two main energies in the body. Yang is a driver behind outwards going action, movement, ambition, going forward. Yin motivates inner stillness, receptiveness, observation and reclining backward. Classes start with a dynamic flow and end with a series of longer held yin postures. 

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In yang yoga we work physically mainly on the level of muscular activity. Yin yoga focuses on the deeper layers of connective tissues in the body. Classes are ended with a final relaxation (savasana).


Soft flow classes focus on calming the nervous system and releasing stress in the body. Classes start with a gentle flow of movements in which postures (asanas) are sequenced in a very natural way. There is a lot of attention to the flow of breath during movements to stimulate the meditative aspect of the practice. 

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Gradually you are guided into longer held postures from the style of ‘restorative yoga’, in which we allow the self-healing qualities of the body to do their work. Classes are ended with a final relaxation (savasana).


Breathwork & meditation classes are based upon the tradition of pranayama (literally: ‘allowing the flow of prana – life energy – to flow freely’). Through breath exercises we remove patterns in our breathing that might have caused a restraint in the natural flow of breath. We (re)open some of the main energy channels (nadis) and create more breath awareness. 

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To be aware of our breathing is an important of mindfulness practice, taking a step back and enhance our internal observing qualities. Towards the end of class there will be a guided meditation. Classes are ended with a final relaxation (savasana).