To celebrate the new season, our Dutch friends at The House of Yoga are sharing a series of online lessons that can further your practice, wherever you may be. A gift to you.
Erica guides a gentle, flowing sequence focused on hip opening, relieving stress and inviting space for new energy.
Erica guides a vinyasa flow class focused on grounding. With this practice, you will become more present and establish a strong connection to the Earth. The focus of the practice is on hip openers, standing postures and forward folds.
Govinda Kai, one of the few Ashtanga Yoga teachers directly certified by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, guides you through a sequence of dynamic yoga postures, taken from the Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga method. This is a compact and invigorating practice, suitable for all levels.
Katiza guides you to let go of deep physical and emotional tensions in your body. This practice involves shaking and moving to loosen blockages of prana that accumulate in your joints and tissues. This practice is a great warm up before an asana session or can be practiced alone.
Erica leads a short meditation for connection with the world and grounding within yourself. As you sit, replace any thought with the mantra Aham Prema (I am love).
Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche leads a guided meditation on finding (1) stillness in the body, (2) silence in the speech, and (3) spaciousness in the mind. This practice helps us to discover and rest in the unbounded, sacred space we hold within. It helps us cultivate awareness, inner silence and warmth.
The Nine Purification breath is a pranayama practice from the Tibetan Bon Buddhist tradition. Katiza takes you through this gentle breathing exercise, which cleanses the three main energy pathways (nadis) in the body. A great practice to start your day or simply to connect to the present moment.
Eddie stern talks about how we can integrate the yoga practice in our daily lives. Eddie points out the split between spiritual practice and our regular life and gives insights on how you can let these two worlds flow together. He also shares some personal insights on how he got stuck by identification.
Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche talks about the fundamental necessity we have for connection in our lives. He explains how meditation can help you find more connection with yourself, and thus have better connection with others.