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Yoga

In the West, by yoga we usually mean hatha yoga, 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, feeling and body in order to achieve union with God. In a more mundane, 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 state any details that may 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.

 


What?
Our studio on the water is in Amsterdam-East.
 

Studio Reyn offers quality lessons. How?

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

  • Qualified teachers.

  • Personal attention.

  • Small-scale groups.  Of  the 1,5 meter setup we have 8 places in the studio and unlimited places online. Due to the limited places in the studio, we advise you to book well in advance and if you are not able to cancel in time, so that someone else can reserve this place.

  • Don't come earlier than 10  minutes and not  later than 5  minutes before the start of class. The teacher will guide you 1 by 1 to and from the studio. Read more about it here  covid-19 protocol.

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 linked with the breath. At least half a year of yoga experience is required. ​​

  • Yin Yang yoga, a combination of the more passive, feminine yin energy and the active, masculine yang energy.

  • Yin Yoga, where you lie in a pose for a longer period of time (3-5 minutes) to let go completely. This makes the connective tissue and joints stronger and more flexible.  

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