Yoga class schedule
Our small groups allow personal attention for every student. Most of our class are 90 minutes to allow a deeper practice with a more profound effect on the body and mind.
This is the classic dynamic Sampoorna hatha yoga class suitable for everyone. Beginners are guided and more advanced students provided with suggestions to deepen their practice. The class includes breathing exercises, warming-up and strengthening exercises, yoga postures and a deep final relaxation.
This class is slightly slower-paced and offers more detailed instruction than the All Levels class. The practice concentrates on the 12 basic yoga postures of the Sampoorna/Sivananda tradition, and includes breathing exercises, warming-up and strengthening exercises, yoga postures and a deep final relaxation.
This powerful Sampoorna Yoga flowing class (not suitable for beginners) is fast-paced and includes very challenging variations of asanas. To enjoy this class you should already be familiar with the breathing exercises and asanas practiced in the All Levels class. This class also includes breathing exercises, warming-up and strengthening exercises, yoga postures and a deep final relaxation.
Dynamic Vinyasa Flow
Vinyasa Flow introduces you to the beauty of flowing sequences and how to connect you breath with your movements. This class will focus on energizing your body through core strenghth and dynamic flows. Explore your body through movement in a light and playful way and improve your flexibility while learning how to use your breath in a healing way.
Yin & Yang Sampoorna
This class combines the classic dynamic Sampoorna hatha yoga class with the slow moving, deep stretching and meditative Yin Yoga. This class is suitable for everyone. Beginners are guided and more advanced students provided with suggestions to deepen their practice.
A perfect complement to a more dynamic practice. The slow moving, deep stretching and meditative Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Poses are held for 2-5 minutes.
Using props (blankets, blocks, bolsters) to support the body, positions are enjoyed for longer periods, sometimes up to 15-20 minutes to allow the body time to release tension. This allows the mind to settle into deep stillness and the body to restore itself.
Prenatal yoga practice provides the ideal opportunity to reconnect with the changing shapes of the pregnant body whilst helping to maintain strength and posture. Classes include gentle yoga exercises for pregnancy, breath work, and meditation to support and nourish the journey of pregnancy to delivery. Breathing techniques and soundings are used as a powerful tool to connect to oneself and the baby as well as to increase energy stores and feelings of rejuvenation. Suitable from 12 weeks to delivery.