Our Yoga is not committed to one specific school or style. We love to combine the different qualities and aspects of all possible Yoga forms because we truly believe that Yoga is there to suit YOU, not the other way around. Yoga can be adapted to any kind of body, to any kind of person, so that it supports you on your personal way of growing and experiencing. We also don't believe that there is a right or wrong way to practice Yoga. It should simply just be good for you.
So you just have to come by and try the classes - every one will be different. Sometimes focused on your inner world, next time it is physical awareness, or meditative, or energetic... Be open, be free, join us.
In this Yoga class we use different variations of the sun salutation to flow from one asana into the next one. It is a dynamic style which reffers mainly to the body. The combination of movement to the breath into one constant flow settles the mind to rest, calms you down and brings inner peace. Meditation in movement :-)
The fascial system in your body is like a mirror of Yoga: It tells us about connection, unity, awareness, feeling your self. Basically every Yoga class could be named Fascial Yoga because it always trains the fascial body. But in addition to "normal" Yoga, there will be special ways of moving to stimulate the fascia even more.
Ashtanga is a dynamic, physical strengthening style of Yoga. Every breath is one movement. We practice the traditional first series of Sri K. Patthabi Jois. It includes also chanting and meditation.
A perfect comination. Move just the way your body tells you, let the music move you, dive deep into the essence of your being, it is meditation in motion. Body, Mind, Heart and Soul are becoming one. Be connected to your SELF. In this moment right now. There is only one rule: allow yourself to feel good.
Combines traditional Yoga with spinal exercises. A flowing movement that helps you develop more mobility, strength and flexibility. The polarities between tension and release, stability and mobility, give the right stimuli for your posture.
What is this Yoga despite the physical practice of the Asanas? That´s what we want to experience in this class. Meditation, philosophy, breathing, Pranayama and so on.