Yoga for Strength

« Often one goes for one thing and finds another« .

Yoga postures can increase your flexibility, strengthen your muscles, improve your posture, and enhance your circulation. 

Yoga can have a profound and quick impact on our physical health and mental well-being. All practicioners demonstrate significant improvements in upper body and core endurance, trunk and hamstring flexibility, shoulder and ankle-calf flexibility, as well as a reduction in bodily toxins.

At its core, yoga means union, the union of body, mind, and soul; the union of the ego and the spirit; the union of the mundane and the divine; the union of the breath and the movement.

Every Monday from 18:30 till 19:30, we will use the Ashtanga primary series as a base of our practice, don’t miss it!

Back in 2010, I did the first of many travels to Asia, in particular to India, where I attended and completed my first yoga teacher training. After that experience, I wanted to share that knowledge, together with that way of experiencing your own body and relating to it. I felt I had to dig deeper into it, so I kept travelling to Asia in order to learn more about bodies, the underlying yoga philosophy, the people and how I can bring all that together into a language that Western people can properly understand.

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