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...practice and find your flow, simply breathe and move

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have a look to the schedule, click the class for additional information and just drop in and find out…
yoga-classes in basel are mostly taught in english
yoga-klassen in liestal werden auf deutsch unterrichtet

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REGULAR SCHEDULE

MONDAY

12.15 - 13.15. MIdday Vinyasa @ Encourage

17.45 - 18.45 Vinyasa Flow @
swiss therapie team

19.00 - 20.30 Vinyasa Flow @
swiss therapie team

WEDNESDAY

18.30 - 20.00 Hangloose Vinyasa @
Encourage

THURSDAY

18.45 - 19.45 Beginners, Back to Basics @ B.YOGA BASEL

FRIDAY

17.45 - 19.15 Vinyasa Yoga @ B.YOGA BASEL

SUNDAY

18.15 - 19.45
Sunday Evening Hatha Yoga @ B.YOGA BASEL


Midday Vinyasa @ ENCOURAGE
Einfach mal den „Reset-button“ drücken…
Vinyasa Yoga für alle die Appetit auf’n „Pranasnack“ haben.
In dieser Stunde vitalisieren wir uns mit Atemübungen, Twists, Beugen und streckenden Moves. Schaffen Weite und Raum in Körper und Geist um den restlichen Aufgaben des Tages energiegeladen zu begegnen.

„ Pranasnack“ Vinyasa Yoga sessions in the middle of the day, for all levels.
Press your “Reset-Button“ with breathing-exercises, releasing the stress and tension of daily life by twisting, bending and expanding…creating space and freedom to manage the rest of your day with ease.


Vinyasa Flow @ swiss therapieteam Liestal
Eine fröhlich aktive Vinyasa Yogaklasse, offen für alle Level.
In dieser Ashtanga Yoga inspirierten Praxis wollen wir Kraft und Flexibilität in Einklang bringen. Der Atem bildet die Brücke zwischen Körper und Geist und wir erfahren die Qualität von Gleichmut im Loslassen.
Active, joyful vinyasa flow, for all levels.
In this ashtanga-inspired class you will connect with your inner strength, stability and flexibility as you move with breath and body awareness, balancing body and mind, while time finding equanimity and the quality of letting go…


Hangloose Vinyasa @ ENCOURAGE
Eine fröhlich aktive Vinyasa Yogaklasse, offen für alle Level.
In dieser Ashtanga Yoga inspirierten Praxis wollen wir Kraft und Flexibilität in Einklang bringen. Der Atem bildet die Brücke zwischen Körper und Geist und wir erfahren die Qualität von Gleichmut im Loslassen.
Am Ende der Klasse kommen wir in die Kopfüberhaltung, ganz ohne Anstrengung…
Active, joyful vinyasa flow, for all levels.
In this ashtanga-inspired class you will connect with your inner strength, stability and flexibility as you move with breath and body awareness, balancing body and mind, while time finding equanimity and the quality of letting go…
At the end of the class we are going to experience an unique Inversion without any effort…



BEGINNERS: Back to Basics! @ B.YOGA BASEL
Beginners classes are specially designed for new comers to Yoga. In this class you will learn the basic foundation of Vinyasa Yoga. Each class focuses on a specific theme or group of asanas.
This class is highly recommended for all absolute beginners. However we encourage yoga practitioners of all levels of experience to join this class regularly (maybe once or twice/month) to get a deeper understanding of their body's anatomy and devote more time to learning the techniques of Asanas and main alignment. Come with an open mind and
remember we are all constantly learning. You will discover something new in each class that you didn't know was existing within you.



Vinyasa Yoga @ B.YOGA BASEL
Vinyasa Yoga unfolded from the Ashtanga Yoga tradition founded by
Shri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India. The word Vinyasa translates to "arranging something in a special way" and this form of yoga is focused on putting together sequences of Asanas (postures) in which the breath is the linking element (Ujjayi Pranayama).
If you like joyful intensity, this class is for you.
A 90 min. yoga session of flowy yoga asana sequences to stretch, strengthen, detox and –more important– feel and enjoy your body, topped with the happy ending of a good Savasana (deep relaxation).


Sunday Evening Hatha Yoga @ B.YOGA BASEL
Starting with 'Vinyasa-style' flowing Yoga we gently move into more static poses, which will lead us into a deeper space for breath work and still meditation.