Yoga & Meditation Classes

All of our yoga classes are open level and thus suitable for beginners and advanced practitioners alike, unless otherwise noted. For more information on a particular class, please check the class booking page.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa yoga focuses on connecting breath with movements, giving attention to not just the poses themselves but also the transitions between them. Thus, the goal is to make controlled, purposeful movements, which in turn requires balance, strength, and an awareness of your body in space. The result is a continuous flow of movement.

Thursdays | 19:15-20:15 | Neukölln with Christin. Auch auf Deutsch.
Saturdays | 19:00-20:00 | Wedding with Maya.
Sundays | 19:30-20:45 | Wedding with Lydia. Intermediate. Auch auf Deutsch.

Power Yoga

Power yoga is a type of vinyasa yoga, but as the name suggests, it focuses on building strength and endurance. It is fast-paced and intense, moving from one posture to another quickly, though all movements are still linked to the breath. It can be more dynamic than meditative than other forms of yoga.

Tuesdays | 19:15-20:15 | Wedding with Lydia. Auch auf Deutsch.
Tuesdays | 20:00-21:30 | Neukölln with Eva. Intermediate. Auch auf Deutsch.

Hatha Yoga

In hatha yoga, controlled breathing and posture are emphasized. You move your body slowly and deliberately into different poses that challenge your strength and flexibility, while at the same time focusing on relaxation and mindfulness. Poses are generally held for several breaths to allow for space for alignment, mind-body connection, and muscle development.

Wednesdays | 19:15-20:15 | Neukölln with Maria. Auch auf Deutsch.

Prenatal Yoga

This prenatal class is an opportunity to connect to your body and your baby. Through gentle exercises, we will work to strengthen the core muscles and pelvic floor, and work on our mobility, finding room for the body to expand.

Fridays | 12:00-13:00 | Wedding with Maya.

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga, with asanas that are held for longer periods of time than in other styles. It targets more the deep connective tissues, such as the fascia, ligaments and joints. By staying in certain postures for a long time, the body becomes more flexible in a gentle way while giving space for practitioners to turn inward toward their mind and physical sensations in their bodies.