Yoga and Meditation

Workshop with Julia W.

Sunday, 24 November 2019, 13:00-16:00 h

In this Workshop will we discover the quality of presence. We know these moments in life where we feel fulfilled and happy. Not because we achieved or got something in particular, but simply because we are in the here and now, fully present without any thought about past or future.

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Vinyasa on Wednesday morning with Isabel

YogaBee ist happy to welcome Isabel to the team.  Isabel teaches the new Vinyasa yoga class on Wednesday morning from 7:00-8:15 h. Sign up online, or simply stop by and join us on the mat – we look forward to seeing you there!

After-Work and Vinyasa Yoga with Olesya

Starting today, 16.10 Olesya will teach the After-Work Yoga class on Wednesday form 17:15-18:15 h, as well as the Vinyasa Yoga Class on Sunday from 17:30-18:45 h.  You can attend the After-Work class for the happy hour price of just 12 € per class.  Stop by and join us on the mat – we look forward to seeing you there!

Happy Hips

Workshop with Rebecca am Saturday 23. November, 14:00-17:00 h

Often the hips feel blocked or closed.  This is because we usually move the muscles in the hips, groins and backside of the body in uni-dimensional direction.  We spend a majority of our time in sitting – at the computer, at the office, in our cars, on the sofa.  Even our toilets are set up to support this uni-dimensional movement.  As a result the psoas, the muscle responsible for flexion in the hips, becomes tight and weak, further reducing multi-dimensional movement in the hips.

As a result the hips become tight and even painful, often causing tightness in other parts of the body.

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Ayurveda Cooking for Yoga Practice

Workshop with Sanjay (in English)

Saturday 29.02.2020, 15:00-18:00 h

Yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences. A balanced Ayurvedic diet enhances and supports one’s Yoga practice as Ayurveda is aimed at relieving diseases of the body and mind.

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Self care Saturday

A relaxing winterflow with heart meditation workshop with Teresa

Saturday 7 December, 14:00-17:00 h in YogaBee

Treat yourself to 3 nourishing hours of rest, calm and retreat.  We will get cosy and practice a soothing winterflow inspired by somatic movements.  Heartmeditation, followed by Yoga Nidra will allow you to experience deep relaxation.  Allow the simplicity and stillness to deeply calm your body and mind.
Indulge and allow yourself some downtime.

Feel free to bring a notebook and warm, comfy clothing.

This workshop is suitable for all Yogis and will be taught in German however English translation is available if needed.

55 €, places are limited – please sign up in advance  Online Anmeldung

Following the workshop you will have the opportunity to purchase a Standard 10-class card for the special rate of just 130 €.

Asana Masters – Balance, Breath & Bio-Mechanics

Workshop with Whit Hornsberger (in English)

Saturday, 28.03.2020, 16:00 — 19:00 h

The development of prowess in our posture practice is available to each of us every time we step onto the mat, regardless of experience.

In a world obsessed with body image and a contemporary yoga culture that worships the external image of the asana, accomplishment in asana (asana siddhi) has very little to do with what the posture looks like on the outside.

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The Path to Stillness – Uncovering the Witness

Workshop with Whit Hornsberger (in English)

Sunday, 29.03.2020, 13:00 — 16:00 h

The ancient tradition of Yoga is a contemplative path, a meditative trek designed to remove the obstacles which obscure the true essence of who we are. The teachings expound that we are in fact infinitely more than meets the eye and it is this mis-identification (avidya) that is the cause of the suffering we experience in this life.

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Vinyasa Krama – The Art of Slowing Down

Workshop with Whit Hornsberger (in English)

Sat. 28.03.2020, 12:30 — 15:30 h

The traditional movement and sequence methodology of Vinyasa Krama honours the breath as our ultimate teacher and source of wisdom. The teachings, as passed down by the father of modern yoga, Sri T. Krishnamacharya, remind us that this ancient tradition is one of slowing down, quieting the mind and cultivating the art of concentration.

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