Teachers

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Tanisha Lindeman

Astanga LedAstanga MysoreVinyasa

Being born in Singapore with a Peruvian and Dutch background Tanisha is a truly international Yogi. She speaks fluent English, Dutch and Spanish and gets her inspiration from all over the world, giving her a heart for traveling.

Since 2010 she is experiencing the wonders of teaching and practicing yoga throughout Europe and South America, with The Hague as her home base. Tanisha’s personality is reflected in her style of yoga: powerful, energetic and playful.

Tanisha successfully completed the in house Sva Dharma teacher training at Delight (Basic 200hrs and Advanced 350hrs RYT) with Katiza Satya, Kevin Sahaj, Claudia Pardella, Shirly Woods and many more. She continuously grows by following workshops with seasoned teachers such as Govinda Kai, Kino McGreogor and Clayton Horton. On top of that she has a special interest in the anatomy of the body and meditation.

Classes are coated with intention, flowing creative sequencing (vinyasa) and focus is given to the power of breathing (ashtanga). Come prepared to sweat, work hard, and be lovingly pushed and expand just beyond what you may think is possible.

 “Yoga is magic so expect magic”

We believe yoga is for everyone

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Workshops

All workshops

Wisdom in Business - Meditation workshop

With Maarten van Huijstee

11 December 2016

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.

Amsterdam

€70

Art of Asana - Inverted Poses

With Adela Serrano

17 December 2016

Art of Asana Part 2: Inverted Poses “It is through the alignment of the body that I discovered the alignment of my mind, self and intelligence” –B.K.S. Iyengar: Light on Life.

Amsterdam

€30

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.

Amsterdam

€30