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Hedi de Vree

Astanga LedVinyasaYinMeditation,  Yin Yang

Hedi de Vree (1976, Stavanger Norway) has vivid childhood memories of watching in amazement as her girlfriends dropped to the floor in splits and did cartwheels, while she wondered why her own body wouldn’t move in that way.

In 2009 as she stood in her first yoga class she was reminded of those childhood feelings: she felt stiff and fearful and utterly inadequate. But rather than magnify those feelings, yoga gave her tools to deal with her insecurities – and she found that flexibility and fear could be worked on. Since then Hedi has found many valuable lessons in yoga. In 2015 she published a book on her yoga journey (Just breathe/Blijven ademhalen) hoping to inspire others to find their way to happier healthier lives.

In 2014 Hedi completed her teacher training at the Ashtanga Yoga Academy in Rotterdam, under the guidance of Manju Jois. She is fully dedicated to the yoga path, both as a student and as a teacher and her practice is inspired by a wide variety of teachers and styles. She is currently enrolled in the Advanced Studies program at Delight Yoga under the guidance of Katiza Satya and Kevin Sahaj.

Her goal as a teacher is to create space for yogis of all body types and backgrounds and all levels of practice, to experience the true message of yoga and find mind body union and presence in the present moment. She believes that no matter what you are dealing with, there are answers for you in yoga.

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Wisdom in Business - Meditation workshop

With Maarten van Huijstee

07 May 2017

Welcome to Wisdom in Business, a platform to empower business and creative leaders to handle the rising stress levels, increasing demand for innovation and ongoing societal instability.



The Pranayama Journey

With Arno Nistal Ten Veen

03 June 2017

Typically, we only use 30 percent of our full breathing potential. Because our breath is connected to prana (or life-force), this results in a continuous lack of energy. Additionally, 70 percent of our detox processes happen through our breath.