When you come to the studio minimum 5 minuttes before the class starts, please FIRST change your outfit and fill up your water bottle BEFORE you enter the room and put your yoga mat on the floor at your favorite spot. Thanks for your consideration.
HOT yoga : Hatha yoga in 39 degrees and in the mornings hatha yoga in room temperature.
WARM YIN in about 28 degrees or YIN yoga in room temperature ( specially in the mornings bring ekstra socks and sweaters ) . We are holding the space with singing bowls ( sound healing ) , hands on, energy flow, myofascial release, yoga nidra and " silent " transformation. Everybody is welcome.
WARM YIN YANG in about 32 degrees or YIN YANG in room temperature in the mornings. 35 min Hatha yoga followed by 40 min Yin yoga, both inspired by PAUL GRILLEY. ( you can use your 10 times clip card for these classes as well )
MYO-FASCIA release: Playing with "hurt so good" balls and blocks to stimulate and release tensions in the fascia and muscles in room temperature. Ai chin is teaching.
HATHA YOGA. A practice focused on connecting the body and mind with the purpose of increasing awareness and stability, suitable for students who want to increase their knowledge of the fundamental poses and alignment in yoga. Room temperature.
WARM MINDFULNESS AND YOGA NIDRA : Focus on bringing attention back to yourself with mindfulness exercises followed by a full-body guided relaxation known as yoga nidra. These practices help encourage attention and improve emotional resilience.
SINGING BOWLS WITH MOVEMENT: Connecting with your body by movements followed by singing bowls vibrations.
WARM RESTORATIVE YOGA:
"Restorative yoga is a form of yoga that seeks to achieve physical, mental and
emotional relaxation with the aid of props and provides healing
for the body and the mind. It is especially useful when you need to eliminate
fatigue and stress. LOUISE is teaching.
SILENT SITTING: Sitting quietly, doing nothing, spring comes and the grass grows by itself. This class is free if you have joined the class just before this class.
Some feed back. This is what Amanda wrote about her yoga journey :
To be honest, I have never really taken care of my body. But in December
last year, I decided to change this. I tried to start swimming, but I
never had the motivation, so I thought that maybe I needed to do
something completely different. That is, when I started practising hot
yoga. The studio was close to my apartment and the first drop-in class
was not that expensive – so why not?
I went to my first class – nervous and unprepared. And it felt like I was going to die. I felt weak. I felt sweaty. I felt so inflexible. After that first class, I thought: “Well, I am not going back there”, but when I woke up the next morning, my body felt different and relaxed.
Since then, I have been sweating at hot yoga classes once or twice a week and after 5 months, I had lost 12 kilos. My body looks and feels better, but that isn’t the biggest reward. The biggest reward is that I am learning to understand my body. I can sense, when it needs to be pushed with 75 minutes of the earth series – and I can feel, when it needs to be calmed down with yin yoga. I feel like a winner, whenever I can do tree pose with my leg a little higher up my thigh. I feel like a winner, when I can do an entire class without a break. I feel like a winner just because I show up to class