For those wishing to practice yoga on the holiday – the Ashtanga Basic class at 12 h and the Gentle Yoga class (also appropriate during pregnancy) at 16:30 h will both be taking place. Sign up online, or simply stop by the studio – we look forward to seeing you on the mat!
Workshop with Horacio
Sunday 27. October, 13:00-16:00 h
Let yourself be carried away in this three-hour workshop by the magic of the sound of music and nature. It is proven that sound harmony accelerates the recovery and healing of diseases, helps to reduce stress, improves blood circulation, stimulates neurons and increases creativity. Through music we can find our center and our balance again.
Workshop with Julia – just a few places remaining – sign up online Online Reservation
Sunday 20. Oktober 2019, 13:00 – 16:00 h
The pelvic floor helps women of all ages to develop a supportive body centre. This workshop includes practical exercises for refined self-perception, strengthening, relaxation and a mini course in the anatomy of the pelvis.
Workshop with Rebecca
Sunday 10. November 2019, 13:00-16:00 h
In this introductory Adjustment Clinic workshop we will use a variety of asanas from the Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga to learn how to safely assist students through the use of hands-on adjustments. The workshop will be both theoretical and practical in nature, with plenty of time to practice the adjustments on each other, give feedback and participate in discussion. While we will be using the Primary Series from the Ashtanga Yoga practice as the basis for this workshop, the principles and assists can also be used in any other from of Hatha yoga.
Workshop with Teresa
Saturday 29. June, 14:00-17:00 h – there are still a few places remaining for this workshop – please sign up online or come 15 minutes prior to the workshop in the studio – we look forward to seeing you there!
YogaBee is pleased to welcome Teresa back for a wonderful workshop!
Akash (space) is always present, borderless, empty, yet encompasses all.
Let’s discover how this element can enrich our life.
Do you allow yourself to occupy space? Are there boundaries you feel need to be more defined?
Workshop with Benedetta (in English)
Often mentioned in yoga classes, spiritual talks and social media, chakras are described as energy wheels within the body… But as for most things we cannot see, they are mysterious and it is not so easy to fully understand what they are and what their function is.
Workshop with Damaris und Inga
Sunday 31. March, 13:00-16:00 h – just a few places remaining!
The sun is back: and with it we welcome Damaris and Inga for their well-loved Yin and Yang with Klang Workshop in YogaBee! Spring begins on March 20 – we will celebrate the renewal of nature, the coming warmth and the healing sun on Sunday March 31 from 13-16 h. The topics for this workshop include – a melting yin sequence and powerful, fire exercises with Damaris for the heart and small intestine meridians, warming yang asanas and deeply moving mantras with Inga. Not to be missed – THE Yin and Yang with Klang hit – Surya Namaskar, sun salutations , accompanied by drum and voice. To top it off, the workshop include stories from Indian mythology – the sun gods, Surya and Savriti and a very special mantra that we will all sing together.
Workshop with Ruth Adam and Rebecca Sadler (workshop in English)
Saturday 6. April, 14:00-17:00 h – there are still a few places remaining – please sign up online or come 15 minutes before the workshop – we look forward to seeing you there!
We all know that reducing stress, doing sports and eating well keep us healthy. But how is stress actually related to fighting disease? Can yoga protect us against the winter-flu?
In this workshop we will learn about the immune system and its subtypes as well as the inflammation process and the gut bacteria. We will then review the relationship between stress, the immune system and yoga practice.
Pranayama Workshop with Susanne
cancelled on 9. March due to illness – a new date to follow
Our breathing is coming and going, always there, but mostly without our awareness. Even in the yoga practice we sometimes forget to feel our breath, the quality, the depth, … yes, we are going in and out of poses with our breath, but do you really feel your breath? And what is the difference between the breathing in a warrior or in down dog? Do we have control of our breathe? Do we want it?