june 19 - july 8 2020
|course 1 - Anne||vinyasa||friday||17:00-18:15||19.06, 26.06, 3.07|
|course 2 - Anne||power flow*||saturday||10:30-11:45||20.06, 27.06, 4.07|
|course 3 - Anne||basic*||monday||17:00-18:15||22.06, 29.06, 6.07|
|course 4 - Jessica||pilates*||tuesday||19:30-20:45||23.06, 30.06, 7.07|
|course 5 - Anne||hatha*
||wednesday||17:30-18:45||24.06, 1.07, 8.07|
* for all levels
Each course lasts 3 weeks and requires registration for the entire course.
Registration is binding, and there is no refund for cancellation.
This class is deeply rooted in hatha and focuses on alignment for the most common poses and breathing techniques. As you learn or refine your knowledge of the physical poses, you will also be exposed to the basic philosophical concepts behind the practice of yoga.
This class is suitable for those who are rather new to yoga. More experienced students who want to refine and deepen their knowledge are also encouraged to join.
Hatha classes are deeply rooted in alignment-based yoga. Poses are held for several breaths, and the focus is on building a strong foundation and good understanding of technique and alignment. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of alignment and of their own bodies. Pranayama (breathing exercises) are included in each class.
Vinyasa classes are based on a fluid practice that connects movements and breath. Unique and varied sequences prepare the body and the mind for the peak pose of each class. These classes help you build strength and flexibility while you practice focusing the mind on the breath. More challenging poses will be decomposed, and different stages will be offered so that everyone can work at their own level.
This class requires a previous regular practice of yoga.
Power-flow classes are based on the vinyasa style. However, technically challenging poses are often left out, and the classes focus on creating a continuous flow, a meditation in movement. The challenge will come from keeping up with the rhythm of the practice.
This class is suitable for all levels, but not for new beginners.
This class involves a series of Pilates exercises performed on a mat without equipment. With its focus on core muscles, Pilates improves strength, mobility, posture, and balance. Pilates exercises are always practiced with the principles of centering, concentration, control, precision, breath, and flow. The deep, mindful breathing and smooth, lengthening movements of Pilates aid in stress reduction. This class is suitable for everyone.
beginner series (5-week course)
This is where you start when you are new to yoga. This 5-week course has a strong educational focus and gives you all the tools, skills, and knowledge you need to start on your yoga adventure. You will learn the foundations for warm ups and most common poses as well as breathing techniques. Each session will leave you more confident about yoga, uplifted, and serene.
This course is also open to practitioners with some experience who wish to deepen and refine their understanding of alignment.
Next beginner series starts in August 2020. More info coming soon.