Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is a dynamic style of yoga, in which the breath leads the movement. It is intensive and has a clear energetic beginning, middle and end. The challenge in this kind of flow movement is to remain aware of a good alignment of your body, to prevent injuries. Because the heart rate goes up and you increase your lung capacity, vinyasa yoga has an activating effect. It's a great practice if you want to develop more (muscle) strength and you are looking for a challenging practice -physically and emotionally. As a result, you don't only expand your stamina but also [...]

2016-11-27T11:59:01+00:00 15 June, 2020|

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga mainly consists of sitting and lying postures that you hold for longer periods of time. The emphasis in this practice is not muscle strengthening, but actually the complete surrender of muscle tension. While offering full attention to your body and mind, you relax as much as possible in a posture. This causes pressure in your joints while your connective tissue, cartilage and tendons get stretched so that they can recover, strengthen and refresh. At the same time, certain pressure points and meridians in your body get activated. Life energy ("Chi") is allowed to flow better, benefiting your organs, [...]

2016-11-27T12:00:33+00:00 8 June, 2020|

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is a dynamic style of yoga, in which the breath leads the movement. It is intensive and has a clear energetic beginning, middle and end. The challenge in this kind of flow movement is to remain aware of a good alignment of your body, to prevent injuries. Because the heart rate goes up and you increase your lung capacity, vinyasa yoga has an activating effect. It's a great practice if you want to develop more (muscle) strength and you are looking for a challenging practice -physically and emotionally. As a result, you don't only expand your stamina but also [...]

2016-11-27T11:59:01+00:00 8 June, 2020|

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga mainly consists of sitting and lying postures that you hold for longer periods of time. The emphasis in this practice is not muscle strengthening, but actually the complete surrender of muscle tension. While offering full attention to your body and mind, you relax as much as possible in a posture. This causes pressure in your joints while your connective tissue, cartilage and tendons get stretched so that they can recover, strengthen and refresh. At the same time, certain pressure points and meridians in your body get activated. Life energy ("Chi") is allowed to flow better, benefiting your organs, [...]

2016-11-27T12:00:33+00:00 1 June, 2020|

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is a dynamic style of yoga, in which the breath leads the movement. It is intensive and has a clear energetic beginning, middle and end. The challenge in this kind of flow movement is to remain aware of a good alignment of your body, to prevent injuries. Because the heart rate goes up and you increase your lung capacity, vinyasa yoga has an activating effect. It's a great practice if you want to develop more (muscle) strength and you are looking for a challenging practice -physically and emotionally. As a result, you don't only expand your stamina but also [...]

2016-11-27T11:59:01+00:00 1 June, 2020|

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga mainly consists of sitting and lying postures that you hold for longer periods of time. The emphasis in this practice is not muscle strengthening, but actually the complete surrender of muscle tension. While offering full attention to your body and mind, you relax as much as possible in a posture. This causes pressure in your joints while your connective tissue, cartilage and tendons get stretched so that they can recover, strengthen and refresh. At the same time, certain pressure points and meridians in your body get activated. Life energy ("Chi") is allowed to flow better, benefiting your organs, [...]

2016-11-27T12:00:33+00:00 25 May, 2020|

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is a dynamic style of yoga, in which the breath leads the movement. It is intensive and has a clear energetic beginning, middle and end. The challenge in this kind of flow movement is to remain aware of a good alignment of your body, to prevent injuries. Because the heart rate goes up and you increase your lung capacity, vinyasa yoga has an activating effect. It's a great practice if you want to develop more (muscle) strength and you are looking for a challenging practice -physically and emotionally. As a result, you don't only expand your stamina but also [...]

2016-11-27T11:59:01+00:00 25 May, 2020|

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga mainly consists of sitting and lying postures that you hold for longer periods of time. The emphasis in this practice is not muscle strengthening, but actually the complete surrender of muscle tension. While offering full attention to your body and mind, you relax as much as possible in a posture. This causes pressure in your joints while your connective tissue, cartilage and tendons get stretched so that they can recover, strengthen and refresh. At the same time, certain pressure points and meridians in your body get activated. Life energy ("Chi") is allowed to flow better, benefiting your organs, [...]

2016-11-27T12:00:33+00:00 18 May, 2020|

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is a dynamic style of yoga, in which the breath leads the movement. It is intensive and has a clear energetic beginning, middle and end. The challenge in this kind of flow movement is to remain aware of a good alignment of your body, to prevent injuries. Because the heart rate goes up and you increase your lung capacity, vinyasa yoga has an activating effect. It's a great practice if you want to develop more (muscle) strength and you are looking for a challenging practice -physically and emotionally. As a result, you don't only expand your stamina but also [...]

2016-11-27T11:59:01+00:00 18 May, 2020|

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga mainly consists of sitting and lying postures that you hold for longer periods of time. The emphasis in this practice is not muscle strengthening, but actually the complete surrender of muscle tension. While offering full attention to your body and mind, you relax as much as possible in a posture. This causes pressure in your joints while your connective tissue, cartilage and tendons get stretched so that they can recover, strengthen and refresh. At the same time, certain pressure points and meridians in your body get activated. Life energy ("Chi") is allowed to flow better, benefiting your organs, [...]

2016-11-27T12:00:33+00:00 11 May, 2020|