This class is best done somewhere between 3-7 pm, stimulating Bladder (3-5pm) and Kidney (5-7pm) meridian energy. In this class we explain how the Kidney (front) and Bladder (back) meridians run over the body. In the afternoon, round tea time bladder meridian is best stimulated, by slowing down a little, at the end of the […]
Manipura, the third chakra, is maybe the chakra that is most active collectively in our time and age. It relates to our tendency to worry and its opposite, our capacity to feel contentment; to our attachment to likes and dislikes and our discipline to overcome personal tendencies. This is not a long lecture on the […]
This is our first instalment of a series of 7 different meditations, meant to help us bring awareness to these very important energy centers that yogis have been exploring for literally thousands of years. This is a great companion for the articles on chakras I have been writing for Yoga International (Dutch edition) but we […]
In this short and very intense class we combine cardiovascular exercises from other disiplines with our yoga poses. We will do: planking, military pushups, mountain climbers and (modified) burpees. All to raise your hartbeat and to let you sweat! You’ll probably need a towel, and yes, drink loads of water after class! Enjoy!
Continuing our exploration of anatomy and of how our bones are shaped, we look into the pelvis. The shape and mobility of our pelvis is going to be very determining for how we move, and its position will make a huge difference when we perform a posture. As we have explained before, bones can vary […]
The Eight Limbs of Yoga are philosophical concepts that can truly enrich and support our practice and our daily lives. This is an introduction, where we go though all of them in a general way. We are really interested in your view of these concepts and whether you find them helpful! We plan to explore […]