Yoga Styles @ Yoga Zeeburg

We are offering different styles of yoga at Yoga Zeeburg. On this page you can read about the styles we teach.

Ashtanga yoga

Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic form of yoga where you follow a standard sequence of postures guided by the breath.

In this class at Yoga Zeeburg we will focus on a selection of postures of the Primary series and as the level of the class improves more advanced poses will be added.

You can start with Ashtanga yoga at any time no matter your experience level.

Energizing Morning Flow

Energizing morning flow is a 60 min Vinyasa flow style practice. In this practice you will flow from one posture to the next using the breath as the guidance.

This class will contain movements and poses that will give you a boost of energy, open the body and work on both your strength and flexibility. It's the perfect way to start your day and all levels are welcome!

Freestyle Flow

This class is created by…. You! Every week, you can bring your questions, wishes, and challenges to class. Any request is possible (as long as it’s safe 😉). We never know what this class is going to look like, because each class will be a freestyle yoga flow created on the spot with input and requests from all students.

Breathwork, philosophy, psychology, meditation, flow, challenging peak poses, strength bootcamp, anything you are curious about and want to learn more about can be part of this class, and will be adapted to your needs and level. Come try it out!

Gentle Vinyasa

Translated from Sanskrit, the word Vinyasa means ‘to place in a special way’. This means we are consciously moving our body and connecting our movements to the breath.

In this class, we will slowly warm up and move into a sequence of standing poses to harmonize the flow of energy in our bodies. We are training both body and mind to be flexible and strong at the same time. Ending the class with more yin-like postures gives you a chance to calm down, and observe your thoughts and feelings.

This Gentle Vinyasa is a great choice to start your day with an energized yet grounded feeling. The class is accessible to all levels. See you soon!

Power & Play

This class slowly and playfully builds up to peak poses. Always wanted to learn that crow pose, handstand, headstand, L-sit, firefly bird of paradise, or flying split? This is your class. We build the core strength, the arm power, and the balance to be able to (one day) be upside down in various ways.

Why do we do this? Because learning new things in a safe and non-competitive environment is fun. Fun and focus relaxes and strengthens your brain at the same time. Playing around on your yoga mat is how we learn to challenge ourselves responsibly, and take that off our mat into our daily lives.

Slow Flow

Slow Flow is a vinyasa based yoga practise. Let your breath guide you through the gentle movements into a meditative state of mind.

Because we slow down, it is easier to be mindful and present while you are doing the movements, really feeling the effect they have on the different layers of your being.

This is a great practise to sink out of your head and into your body.

Strong Vinyasa Flow

Get ready to boost your stamina! This dynamic Vinyasa practice consists of postures that flow into each other in a specific order to build up towards peak poses. We work on a one-breath-one-movement flow with a playful sequence that enables you to add up to your practice, explore fun arm balances, inversions, and many more!

The focus of the class will be on strength and body-mind awareness, we are looking for control and focus in the movement. The class is open to all yoga practices, as diverse variations will be proposed throughout the flow.

Note: pregnant people are not encouraged to join the class.

Vinyasa Flow

This class is focused on synchronizing breath and movement, to slowly get to an optimal state of concentration. If you revisit the class weekly, you have time to build up your practice and feel your progress in the sequence.

Both new and experienced yogis will find their flow in this class because the sequence is created from basic postures to peak pose and you will find a challenge at your own level.

Yin Yoga

In this class we go deeper to release tension and gain more flexibility in our bodies (in our physical bodies, but also our mental- and emotional bodies).

Yin Yoga is a practice that uses longer holds, with the muscles relaxed, to release tension and increase the elasticity of our connective tissues. The connective tissue runs throughout the whole body, surrounding our joints, muscles, and organs, and every pose will focus on different target areas. 

This also has a positive effect on our nervous system, activating the rest and digest function, which influences things such as our immune system, stress, anxiety, burn-out, or simply being too busy in our mind 😊

Yin Yoga combines the knowledge of Hatha Yoga with Chinese Medicine's meridians, Taoist philosophy and Buddhist meditation techniques.

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation also known as “yogic sleep” or “effortless relaxation”. It’s usually practiced lying down with a teacher guiding the session. The practice draws our attention inwards, and we learn to surf between the states of wakefulness and sleep, where our body finds its natural state of equilibrium (homeostasis) – the breath balances and becomes quiet, unconscious and conscious aspects of the mind reveal themselves, and we fall into an innate state of deep, blissful awareness.

As we rest here, we can turn our attention easily and effortlessly to the very nature of awareness and consciousness. We start to experience the ‘deeper’ features of yogic teachings that previously we perhaps considered intangible, such as feeling our interconnected wholeness and becoming aware of our true, unified nature – expansive, inclusive, and deeply restful. 

Yoga Nidra takes us effortlessly into a state of harmonious, restful being. From here, we can be healed, restored and awakened to our deepest, all-knowing, all-welcoming self. It’s a sublime practice, gaining popularity the world over, and ongoing research continues to prove its effectiveness.