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At Delight Yoga, we offer a lot of different styles of yoga. On our schedule, you find the styles: Hatha, Vinyasa, Astanga Led/Mysore, Yin, Yin-Yang, Kundalini Yoga, Pranayama, Satsang, Prenatal, Yoga Nidra, Restorative, Yoga basics and Meditation. We also offer special classes.
To find the class that suits you best you can check out the style descriptions below or try our style chooser.
In the Astanga led classes you will learn the first part of the sequence of postures of the Primary Series of the Astanga Vinyasa Yoga System. The class consists out of a fixed series of postures, is guided by the teacher and focuses on increasing strength, flexibility and concentration of the mind.
Astanga yoga is a dynamic form of yoga that consists of a specific series of powerful postures that focuses on increasing strength, flexibility and concentration of the mind. In the Astanga Mysore class, the practice will be taught one-on-one as a self-practice.
Hatha Yoga is a traditional yoga method that includes postures (Asana), breathing exercises (Pranayama), Meditation, Chanting and hand gestures (Mudra). The emphasis in Hatha Yoga is on balancing body, energy and mind.
Healing yoga is a series of practices synthesized from Tibetan Yoga, Chinese Qi Gong, Hatha Yoga, Tibetan medicine and Ayurveda. The practice is simple and easy to learn, anyone regardless of age and experience can benefit by following this method.
Your hormones dictate almost every part of your life: your state of mind, behaviour, body shape, eating habits and how you react to stress. In order to be more happy and healthy, it is important that you balance your hormones.
A Kids Yoga class is very different from a yoga class for adults. In Kids Yoga, children have a non-competitive and fun way to practice yoga and mindfulness through the use of songs, games and stories. Children will discover yoga postures in a playful way.
Kundalini Yoga is a well-balanced flow of artful sequencing, breathing exercises (Pranayama), spinal strengthening (Kriyas), and Mantra Meditations (chanting) to facilitate an emotionally connected practice designed to reduce stress and spark life energy and creativity.
Meditation is an important part of yoga. In fact, the physical yoga practice (or asana) is traditionally used as a purification and preparation for meditation. There are many yoga meditation techniques that one can learn and we offer a variety of choices: Mindfulness Meditation, Awareness Meditation, Loving Kindness Meditation, Relaxation Meditation (Yoga Nidra) & Mantra Meditation.
The Mysore Program is a method of practice for the Astanga Yoga sequence, a series of postures connected by powerful movement, breath and attention. This is the traditional method for learning Astanga, which is taught through one-on-one instruction from the teacher.
Pranayama classes offer a set of simple breathing techniques which help to cleanse and stabilize body and mind. With a regular Pranayama practise, more vital energy is made available for the body and mind. The breath begins to flow more freely, providing access to deeper states of meditation. The digestive system and lungs are stimulated and cleansed, the mind becomes clear and calm, the nervous system strengthens. You will feel vital, awake and content as your body's energy system is balanced.
Prenatal Yoga gives you the opportunity to embrace your changing body and support this process by practising meditation and yoga postures, in combination with breathing- and relaxation exercises and specific poses that can be used during delivery.
Restorative Yoga uses props, like blocks and bolsters, to support you in different postures and help the body to relax and let go completely. The class is calm, grounding and restoring. It is highly suitable if you are healing from an injury, dealing with stress or burnout or want to relax deeply.
Are you ready to free yourself from your limitations, fears and confusions we are all individually and socially trapped in? Satsang is an invitation for the ones who feel the call in their hearts to awake to the nature of being human, our right to live from true Peace, true Joy and true Love.
Yoga has so many more qualities than just the physical practice on the mat (asana). You may have experienced some magic during a class, leaving energized and relaxed and with a feeling of more spaciousness. But in fact, this magical feeling can stay with you when you take the practice with you off the mat.
Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic and fun flow class, with a variety of postures (asanas) to strengthen the body and the mind. Vinyasa means 'connection of movement and breath'. Through the use of creative sequences of asanas, the teacher will prepare you for more advanced postures like arm balances, hip openers and backbends.
In a Yin Yoga class seated and lying down postures are held for 3-5 minutes. While the muscles are relaxed, the connective tissue in the body is stimulated by the specific poses. Yin Yoga combines the knowledge of Hatha Yoga with Chinese Medicine's meridians, Taoist philosophy and Buddhist meditation techniques. Yin Yoga has a positive effect on the organs, immune system, muscles and joints.
A Yin Yang Yoga class focuses on relaxing (Yin) and strengthening (Yang). It is a class in which you are both physically challenged and completely relaxed. Where the Yang (Vinyasa) part will focus on strengthening the muscles, the Yin part will focus on relaxing them completely. By balancing your Yin and Yang your energy flow will increase, giving you a peaceful balanced mind and body.
Yoga Basics is a safe, positive and empowering experience for both students with no experience as well as the seasoned practitioner who wants to review technical principles. Building on the foundation of safe alignment, you cultivate strength, flexibility and stamina so you can evolve to a more vigorous and challenging practice.
Yoga Nidra translates to sleep meditation and is a practice of conscious relaxation designed to release held tension in our body, mind and energy field. The practise of Yoga Nidra guides students into a state of deep relaxation, by progressively relaxing and releasing tension from each part of the body. This helps us to feel more open inside and is a great way to reverse the impact of stress.