A challenging, healthy all-level hot yoga sequence
Encompasses both an active (yang) portion and a passive (yin) portion.
Long, deep holds to relax and restore joints and muscles.
Restorative yin yoga focuses on restoring bodies with particular ailments.
Long deep holds to relax and restore in combination with massaging the myofascia with tenisballs.
Long deep holds to relax and restore and near the end of the class a yogic sleep (meditation).
Explore a meditation practice with me.
Move, breath and sweat to the rythm of your body.
These playful classes will leave your kids happy and inspired.
Moksha yoga is a dynamic system of postures and breathing exercises that combines the precision of therapeutic yoga with the foundations of traditional yoga.
The series is a cardiovascular workout that strengthens, tones and loosens the muscles, while calming the mind and reducing stress.
Moksha is great for beginners and challenges experienced yogis too!
Yin Yang Yoga blends two styles of yoga into one practice - bringing together the benefits of passively holding yoga poses with more dynamic sequences and standing postures.
Explores postures in a passive receptive way for up to 5 minutes.
This allows the body to slowly open and the mind to calm. This way of practicing puts gentle pressure on the connective tissue and the more subtle energetic system. It allows for great flexibility and energy flow.
The relaxed pace and long holds also invite observation of the mental emotional body.
Restorative Yin yoga helps an unhealthy body, or an injured body, restore itself back to normal, back to healthy, back to uninjured.
With passive (rather than active or yang) postures, it challenges you to find peace in what may be a slightly uncomfortable position and hold that position for 5 to 10 minutes, or even longer for some poses. Mostly on the floor, the postures work into the energy flows, or meridians, of the body.
Dare to let go and let tensions stored in the body be released.
Let Qi/Prana/Life energy flow freely within the body and soul.Breathe. Creating space and flexibility.Allow all your tissues a well-earned recovery. By using tennis balls and blocks, you give your body a warm and curious massages of your connective tissue, the myofascia.
From time to time we land in soft and relaxing yin poses and we will finish the class with a long rest and meditation.
Allows you to practice Yin at a slower pace to bring attention to alignment and breath control.
Near the end of the class you will be guided through a meditative Yoga Nidra, which means yogic sleep, a state of conscious deep sleep for relaxation and subtler spiritual exploration.
In Yoga Nidra the body lies still on the floor, you have no physical movement, so there are no physical restrictions, which means pretty much anyone can do it. It’s known as “Yogic Sleep,” although you will not fall asleep—or at least that is the goal anyway.
In Yoga Nidra, you explore the fifth element to yoga called Pratyahara, which literally means sense withdrawal. During the Yoga Nidra session we set our intentions or affirmations, otherwise known as Sankalpa, which allows the change to take place at the subconcious level.
For those of you who don´t already know, the subconscious is what is running the show here, not the conscious mind, as one think.
This practice links movement with breath, but also provides space in between to notice subtle shifts in your body.
For beginners to advanced practitioners, move, breathe and sweat to the rhythms within your body.
We offer different workshops and events throughout the year. You can find the upcoming schedule on the frontpage and some of the workshops can be booked through Mindbody Online.
Customized private classes available.
Contact me to discuss how to tailor a yoga practice to your needs. Bring your questions, and be ready to move.