In this Mobility class we focus on the area around the hips joints, great way to explore where compression stops you, or where you can gain a little more flexibility. Exploring mobility is great beside your regular yoga practice, and great in combination with other disciplines like running, fitness/crossfit etc.
To create a new habit, you need repetition either its mental or physical. Yogis call a habit or pattern of behavior a Samskara, in this class we are going to cultivate the Samskara of Push-ups! Highly recommended to do this class several times in order to train your body and oh yes and your Mind […]
Opening the front of the body may be a surprising anti ageing practice, keeping our spines, hearts and energies young and open. In chapasana we hold the ankle while opening the front of the thigh, and we explore many ways to do that. We start and finish with a gentle meditation to guide our efforts.
Tabata is a high intensity training, using repetitive movement and short intervals to raise the heart beat and strengthen the body. It’s challenging, and also a great way to work on your conditioning. AND it is over pretty fast! We use yoga movements to see if we can achieve the same. Me heart rate was […]
This is a 20 minute High Intensity Training in where we’ll do some jumping jack’s, squats, knee raises, burpees and mountain climbers. It’s intense and I think really fun to do, something totally different than our ‘normal’ yoga class, however it’s very functional movement wise! I hope you have fun joining me in this workout. […]
This class was filmed at D’Alijo Yoga Retreat Centre, where we lead retreats and teacher trainings. We wanted to share that experience with you, so e filmed this class during our Vinyasa TT there. Lots of attention for hamstrings leading to the peak pose – hanumanasana – but plenty of sweat and other fun things […]
A practice focused on strength and stamina, but completely open for adaptation and modification. More than physical strength, we need to exercise our will power to expand our boundaries and challenge our comfort zones. We first do the movements slowly and calmly, so you have the time to adapt to your own body and pace. […]