You can join daily drop-in classes in yoga and meditation.
Please arrive early
At least 10 minutes before the class starts.
We provide all accessories
Including mats, water and tea.
This week’s class schedule
Check our schedule below for the yoga classes of this week. We provide classes all days during the week retreat. Saturday and Sunday afternoons we have specials sessions. Check our Facebook events page for this weeks workshops. It is possible to join for breakfast and lunch if you let us know in advance.
Day 1:Yamas /ethical disciplines
– Pranayama: Start the day with focused breathing exercises to awaken the body and calm the mind.
– Asana practice: Engage in a physical practice to energize the body and cultivate strength and flexibility.
– Breakfast break: Take a pause to nourish yourself and hydrate.
– Lecture on the Yamas: Learn about the foundational principles of ethical disciplines in yoga philosophy.
– Group discussion and reflection: Engage in meaningful conversation, sharing insights and personal experiences.
– Mindfulness meditation: Cultivate present-moment awareness through a guided meditation practice.
Day 4:Pranayama /breathing exercises
– Pranayama: Deepen your breathwork practice to improve pranic energy flow and expand your lung capacity.
– Asana practice: Align body and breath in a balanced physical practice designed to promote harmony.
– Breakfast break: Take a moment to refuel and honor your body’s needs.
– Lecture on different pranayama techniques: Explore various breathing exercises that calm the mind and invigorate the body.
– Pranayama practice and breath awareness: Deepen your understanding of breath control while cultivating mindfulness.
– Guided meditation: Engage in a guided meditation to cultivate inner stillness and tranquility.
Day 2:Niyamas /observances
– Meditation: Begin the day with a peaceful meditation to enhance clarity and inner stillness.
– Asana practice: Move through a mindful physical practice to build strength and balance.
– Breakfast break: Enjoy a nutritious meal to fuel your body.
– Lecture on the Niyamas: Explore the observances that promote self-discipline and inner growth.
– Journaling and self-reflection: Take time for introspection, self-inquiry, and journaling to deepen self-awareness.
– Restorative yoga practice: Indulge in gentle postures and supported poses that encourage relaxation and release tension.
Day5:Pratyahara/withdrawal of senses
– Meditation: Cultivate mental clarity and focus through a meditation practice that promotes sensory disengagement.
– Asana practice: Flow through a mindful physical practice, fostering a connection between body and mind.
– Breakfast break: Nourish yourself with a healthy, balanced meal.
– Lecture on cultivating inner focus: Learn techniques to draw your senses inward, heightening your ability to concentrate.
– Sensory deprivation practice (blindfolded): Explore the withdrawal of external stimuli to increase self-awareness and focus.
– Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation): Indulge in a guided practice that induces deep relaxation by systematically relaxing the body.
Day 3:Asanas/physical postures
– Pranayama: Focus on breathwork to enhance vitality and create a harmonious mind-body connection.
– Asana practice: Engage in a varied and dynamic physical practice, exploring a range of poses.
– Breakfast break: Pause to replenish your energy levels.
– Lecture on proper alignment and modifications: Understand the importance of alignment and how to modify poses to suit individual needs.
– Partner/group asana practice: Connect with others as you explore poses, enhancing support and fostering community.
– Guided relaxation: Experience deep relaxation with a guided meditation aimed at restoring and rejuvenating both body and mind.
– Pranayama: Begin the morning with controlled breathwork to center and prepare the mind for focused concentration.
– Asana practice: Engage in a physical practice that combines strength, balance, and stability.
– Breakfast break: Take a moment to nourish yourself and savor the flavors.
– Lecture on concentration techniques: Understand various methods to cultivate focused attention and improve mental clarity.
– Guided concentration exercises: Explore techniques to enhance concentration skills for a calmer and more focused mind.
– Silent walking meditation: Immerse yourself in the present moment as you go for a meditative walk in silence.
If you have never tried yoga before this is a great place to start, and for those who enjoy a less strenuous practice a great practice to stay with. Despite being a more relaxed class you will still gain the benefits of creating strength while increasing your flexibility!
Hatha yoga aims to harmonise body, mind and spirit. The classes draw on the classical Hatha yoga postures which help to build strength and stamina, also focus on the alignment of the body whilst adding an element of flow. Pranayama (breath work) and meditation are also key to the practice and help to bring balance to the breath and the mind.
Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement”. Vinyasa (or flow) yoga consist of a serie of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling.
Vinyasa movements are smoothly flowing and almost dance-like. It is a style of yoga characterized by stringing posture together so that you move from one to another connecting movement with breath. The variable nature of Vinyasa Yoga helps to develop a more balanced body as well as preventing repetitive motion injuries that can happen if you are always doing the same things every day. Vinyasa classes are often quite dynamic, which requires the mind to stay focused in the present. The practice itself is like a moving meditation.
Aerial yoga is a type of yoga which uses a hammock or yoga swing to allow students to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. It is often also referred to as flying yoga.
Exercises include acrobatic elements – fliping yourself upside down releases pressure on your spine. Let gravity do its work. Our Aerial teachers will mainly teach gentle stretching, some core work and how to safely do the inversions.
Yin Yoga is a slow practice of well-supported seated and supine postures, encouraging softness and nourishment. Each posture is held for 3 to 5 minutes to gently relax and stretch deep muscles and tissue.
These sustained holds offer us the opportunity to slow down and stay with what is, moment by moment, breath by breath. The meditative Yin Yoga practice can lead to a sense of greater harmony and peace in life, more ease in body and mind, and a deeper sense of balance. Feelings of calmness, acceptance and gratitude may arise.
Gentle, calming and grounding evening practice, perfect for a well deserved rest after an exhausting day. Our Moon Yoga classes are usually a mix between Vinyasa and Yin: we flow, but not as fast as in Vinyasa, and we relax, but we don’t hold the poses as long as during Yin. It is is a quiet practice, where you really listen to your body and mind.
Looking for workshops?
Check out or workshops page for an overview.