Vinyasa means "placing in a special way" and some teachers also refer to it as linking breath with movement. Expect this class to go through the basics of a physical Yoga-practice with sun-salutations and several variations of both standing and seated postures, so everyone - no matter their level - can follow along. This practice is a good "in between"-practice if you're looking to move your body as well as have space for some stretches and deep breaths.
Creative Vinyasa Yoga
Creative, dynamic yoga, always different. This is a class that redefines physical yoga-movement in a new, fresh way. Open to beginners as well as more advanced practitioners. Get to know the teacher that fits your style and your level and expect to be surprised by new ways of entering and exiting postures compared to your regular Vinyasa practice. You do not need to be very experienced to try out this class - as long as you arrive with an open mind and willingness to explore you will be more than fine. This class is another great reminder that it's not about how the postures look but how we feel whilst doing them. We can't wait to get creative with you!
Rocket Vinyasa Yoga is a playful and challenging progressive Ashtanga-based yoga practice designed by the late Larry Schultz . The motto from Larry Schultz, founder of the Rocket Vinyasa series, is 'you are stronger than you think' - and why the name 'Rocket' ? 'Because you get to experience it faster’. These are active, dynamic and energetic classes with enough workshop-time to explore the many poses. The practice is suitable for anybody who's willing to play, sweat and be curious. Options are always given to accommodate everybody to their own level and everyone has the chance of walking away with a feeling of success. It's the perfect place for playing around with inversions, handstands and armbalances, so if you dream of incorporating more play into your life, this is the class for you!
Yin Yoga is about stretching not opening. Yin postures create a gentle traction of the connective tissues that form our joints and are mostly practiced while staying close to the ground, sitting or laying down, using the occasional prop. We typically hold postures for between 3 and 7 minutes on average. Yin Yoga is specifically designed to address the tissues discussed in the Modern Meridian Theory which states that the meridians of acupuncture theory are currents flowing through the connective tissues of the body.
This class will take you through the basics of a mindful movement practice. Expect to be guided through breath practices, slow and embodied movement as well as stretching and mindfulness. The pace is calmer than other styles and suitable for both beginners as well as more experienced practitioners wanting to slow things down a bit.
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Restorative Yoga is about opening, not stretching. It is a style of yoga that makes use of props to create positions of ease and comfort that facilitate relaxation and health. We will stay in these positions for between 15 and 20 minutes. Restorative yoga is a practice in and of itself for people of all ages.
Align & Refine
What cue has priority in this pose? How do I adapt the asana my teacher is showing me? How can I feel the pose more in my body? The Align and Refine class aims to be a support for those who have just embarked on their yoga journey and want to invest more in the fundamental poses. For more curious, advanced yoga practitioners who want to invest in refining their technique, this class could elevate their practice and create more connection throughout asana flow. Together we will take a closer look at the Sun Salutations, integrated breathwork and key principles that characterize the different asana families.
Lunar flo is the bridge between dynamic Vinyasa and grounding Yin yoga. It's a highly meditative and restorative yoga style developed by Shiva Rae. It serves as the perfect antidote to our busy lives.