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Tianjin Lawless-Jennings

HathaVinyasaPrenatal Yoga,  Restorative

Tianjin was born in Sydney, Australia. She went to her first yoga class when she was 15 years old and instantly connected with the practice and her teacher. Over the years as she studied, worked in the corporate and food industries, started her own family raw food business and traveled, her yoga practice was something she always returned to. It is a huge part of her life. She practiced many styles and her practice deepened. In 2010 she decided to follow her passion and delve into Teacher Training with the International Yoga Teachers Association (IYTA) in Australia. Since then she has been teaching in Australia and has recently relocated to Amsterdam to continue this journey.

Tianjin teaches Hatha, Vinyasa & Yin with a focus on the seasons and the main organ systems (meridians / energy pathways) of the body, inspired by the Japanese Ryoho style which she practiced under her Mentor. Simple things like the changing seasons affect the way we move in our body and how the mind functions. Through particular yoga postures and practices we can keep our bodies and minds vital and healthy as we move through the seasons.

For Tianjin, her yoga mat is where she goes everyday to reconnect, re-align and bring balance to her body, mind, and life. She believes yoga is a beautiful, healing and powerful practice which encourages mindfulness, awareness and acceptance.
Her classes are fun, dynamic, corrective, strengthening and accessible. And she enjoys sharing her passion, love and knowledge of yoga in her classes.

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Wisdom in Business - Meditation workshop

With Maarten van Huijstee

04 June 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.