By yoga we usually mean hatha yoga in the West, a system of exercises to gain control over (mainly) body and mind.

Yoga ( Sanskrit : योग, translated: "yoke", "unite", "control", also "reborn") is in its broad context: a Hindu philosophy that teaches to control the mind, the feeling and the body in order to to achieve union with God. In a more common, Western concept, yoga means hatha-yoga: a branch of yoga (hatha-yoga) that consists of a system of exercises.
(Source: Wikipedia)

For whom?
Yoga is suitable for everyone in a normal condition. Important:

  • Always mention injuries or other details that could hinder you in advance. If an exercise doesn't feel right, don't do it.

  • Do not eat 1.5 to 2 hours before class.

  • Do not do inverted poses during menstruation or pregnancy.

Our studio on the water is in Eastern Amsterdam.  

Studio Reyn offers quality classes. How?

  • Due to the unique location with doors to the water, this offers a peaceful environment.

  • Qualified teachers.

  • Personal attention.

  • Small-scale groups.  Due to the limited places in the studio, we advise you to book in advance and if you are not able to cancel in time so that someone else can reserve this place.

  • Arrive no earlier than 10  minutes and no  later than 5 minutes. 

We offer the following classes:

  • Hatha basics yoga, in which the basics are explained. Suitable for everyone.

  • Hatha vinyasa yoga, a form of yoga in which dynamic and static postures are alternated and where movement is connected with the breath. A minimum of 3 months experience of yoga is required.​

  • Yang Yin & Meditation Yoga; in which the active, dynamic form of yoga alternates with the more passive, tenacious form.