What will you practice today?

TeacherRolandjan Van Mulligen StyleHealing Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration32 mins

Stillness of being

A relaxing practice of restorative poses. This class is especially popular after a long day of work, when you feel the need to release tension and restore your energy. Allow yourself to unwind and come to the stillness of your being.

TeacherRolandjan Van Mulligen StyleYin Yang Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration95 mins

Effortless Flow

A balanced yin yang session. This practice will leave your body feeling spacious, strong and vibrantly alive. You will start with gentle breathwork and a short meditation and will flow into longer held, passive yin poses interchange with engaging yang movements. 

TeacherRolandjan Van Mulligen StyleYin Yang Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration66 mins

Effortless Flow: Short

This is a shorter version of the Effortless Flow yin yang practice. Gentle breathwork and a short meditation will then move into longer held, passive yin poses interchange with engaging yang movements.  It will leave your body feeling spacious, strong and vibrantly alive.

TeacherKino MacGregor StyleTalk
LevelAll levels Duration3 mins

Self Image

A short personal talk about self image and the insecurities that come with it. In this talk you learn how the yoga practice can teach you to love and accept your body insecurities.

TeacherRolandjan Van Mulligen StylePranayama
LevelAll levels Duration21 mins

Nadi Shodhana & Sitting

Nadi-Shodhana, also called Alternate Nostril Breathing,  is a simple and profound pranayama that will bring a peaceful and balanced state of mind and body. The breathing excersise will be followed by a few minutes of sitting quietly.

TeacherSri Sudhir Tiwari StyleTalk
LevelAll levels Duration23 mins

The Philosophy, Purpose and Benefits of Pranayama

A talk about the definition of Pranayama and its multiple meanings. About why one should practice Pranayama and how you can control the mind with the breath correctly, so it can eventually change your life.

TeacherKino MacGregor StylePose tutorial
LevelAll levels Duration9 mins

Upward Facing Dog

In this short tutorial Kino guides you to a safe and beautiful Upward Facing Dog, or Urdhva Mukha Svanasana, step by step. You will learn to avoid some very common mistakes and discover what it feels like to get it ‘right’.

TeacherSri Sudhir Tiwari StyleTalk
LevelAll levels Duration9 mins

Anulom Vilom and Nadi Shodhana

What is Alternative Nostril Breathing - also called Nadi Shodhana or Anulom Vilom? In this video Master Teacher Sri Sudhir Tiwari carefully explains and demonstrates this gentle cleansing and balancing pranayama technique.

TeacherKino MacGregor StylePose tutorial
LevelAll levels Duration14 mins

Dropping back and standing back up

In this video Kino guides you through dropping back into Upward Bow, or Urdhva Dhanurasana, step by step. Dropping back (and standing back up!) is a challenging part of the astanga practice and Kino’s insightful instructions will definitely help you a little further ahead.

TeacherKino MacGregor StyleVinyasa Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration50 mins

Flexibility

This sequence on flexibility works through endurance, stamina and spinal extension. Kino guides you through both accepting your limitations in terms of flexibility, as well as extending your heart. Back-bending is an important lesson along the spiritual journey of yoga. So when you’re ready to move into your spine, start here.

TeacherSri Sudhir Tiwari StyleTalk
LevelAll levels Duration7 mins

Ujjayi Breath

Ujjayi Breath is by far one of the most popular pranayamas. Sri Sudhir Tiwari explains the technique and benefits as described in the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, a classic and influential sanskrit text on hatha yoga. Deepen your understanding of this simple but powerful breathing technique, often applied in vinyasa and ashtanga yoga.

TeacherSri Sudhir Tiwari StyleTalk
LevelAll levels Duration4 mins

Practice with devotion

Sri Sudhir Tiwari shares his advice about how our attitude is an important part of our practice. If we want to grow in our yoga practice, often we are told to simply "keep practicing”. But it's not just about getting our bodies onto the mat or cushion on a regular basis.