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All levels vinyasa

Vinyasa yoga is a dynamic form of yoga and is currently the most common yoga style. Vinyasa is also known as Flow yoga: you can see it best as coordinating a flow of certain postures on the movement of the breath.


You flow, as it were, from one posture to another in a sequence.

beginners vinyasa

The class is a great way for beginners to learn Vinyasa yoga and is also enjoyable for all levels practitioners who are in the mood for a slow, smooth and conscious practice.


In this class you learn the correct application of a series of postures and how several breathing techniques can help you to get out of your head and to get (more) present on the mat.

intermediate VINYASA

Intermediate Vinyasa is a class where you will perform a series of postures at a a more fast pace, fluently and dynamic.

With Intermediate Vinyasa you make a powerful connection between breath and movement from an intense awareness of body and mind.


The goal is to apply correct breath and application of the postures and to build strength and flexibility.


From your physical body to your emotional state, prenatal yoga is a key ingredient to a healthy, happy pregnancy. Pregnancy yoga helps you to embrace your changing body. It supports this process through the practice of meditation and yoga postures in combination with breathing and relaxation exercises. There are also specific postures that can be used during childbirth.

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Ashtanga is a traditional yoga style. You’ll gain strength and flexibility as well as balance in body and mind. In every class we practice the same fixed series. 

Over time and with some practice this practice will become a moving meditation where the attention turns inward.


restorative yoga

Restorative Yoga literally means "renewing yoga". And this means that with this yoga you address the self-healing capacity of your body. And this can be badly needed after or during a period of physical or mental overload.


Your body can do a lot more than you think, but you have to give it the rest and exercise it needs.


The postures you adopt in this form of yoga are mainly aimed at strengthening and relaxing connective tissue and joints; they stretch deeper muscles and loosen the pelvic area. In the first instance, the postures are intended to be able to meditate longer in the Lotus position, but it is an especially nice exercise for those who have a desk job.

yoga nidra

In contrast to other forms of yoga, with Yoga Nidra you do not do sitting and/or standing postures. You lie as still as possible on your mat in savasana, the final position of (almost) every yoga class, possibly with a blanket over you. During a Yoga Nidra session, a voice guides you through the different phases of the exercise. You goal is be able to relax completely and to not have to do anything active.

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Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is also known as the ‘yoga of awareness.’ This ancient and powerful form of yoga practice is built on the Subtle Body principles.

In this class, you will be guided through repetitive and systematic movements, chanting and breath-work altogether at once to move the Kundalini energy through the chakra system and experience a state of ease, joy, clarity and liberation.

This is a great practice if: - You feel stuck and need a change in your life - You want to work through mental or emotional blocks - You seek to dive deeper into your own spiritual practice and connect with your sense of Self.


Meditation provides you with a sense of calm, peace and balance that benefits both your emotional well-being and your overall health. 


This practice will offer improvement in focus, clarity, productivity and creativity, next to providing you with a moment for yourself.


It is applicable for those who are new to meditation as well as to advanced practitioners. 

Creative flow

Creative Flow isn’t so much about the poses themselves but the movements in between them. About how we transition and journey from one part of the mat to the other, all in a playful way guided by breath.

This practice will hopefully inspire you in the many creative forms that vinyasa can take you