Workshop & events 

What's happening at the studio?

We plan to host a workshop every month, so you can deepen your practices within certain areas and try out new kinds of yoga. If you dream about a specific kind og workshop or if you can teach a workshop you are always welcome to reach out to us. 

 

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HEADSTAND WORKSHOP 11.02.2023 at 13:00-15.30

Do you want to learn how to balance on your hands? Or can you already balance against the wall, but want to learn how to get away from the wall?

This workshop will teach you the foundations and techniques to become more stable, controlled, and aware in your handstand practice. We will go through exercises that teaches you body awareness and builds strength, mobility, and coordination.

Ivy has been practicing handstands for 4 years, and has taught workshops and classes internationally, focusing on the practice of inversions and arm balances. This workshop will be a process of discovering your own body, overcoming fears and gaining confidence that you can take with you off the mat. So if you’re interested in deepening your own handstand practice, come join us in this workshop and learn, play and have fun!

 

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SATURDAY 25.03.23 AT 13:00-15:30

This is Tanya's third one in this series of workshops. You don't have to have been to the others, you can jump in at any workshop you feel drawn to. This one will focus on:
 

🪵 Wood - 🌱 Spring - Liver &  Gallbladder - Unexpressed anger


Spring Care
Everything changes and blossoms during Spring, and the Yang energy wakes up. If your body and emotions are balanced, you align with that beautiful flow and enjoy the new start together with Nature. You are full of bubbling energy and big plans, and you have good planning abilities to implement all your ideas and desires BUT – if your Yang energy is unbalanced, you might feel irritated and defensive. Unable to show anger and fear of the conflict. Those are symptoms of Liver and Gallbladder imbalance. And precisely those meridians will be in focus during the Yin Yoga part. The result is emotional calm, empathy, patience, and improved social skills. So your anger can break through safely and let you blossom without keeping any emotional and physical blockages inside.

 

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SUMMER. DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER

This is Tanya's fourth one in this series of workshops. You don't have to have been to the others, you can jump in at any workshop you feel drawn to. This one will focus on:
 

🔥 Fire - 🌞 Summer - ❤️ Heart & Small Intestine - Anxiety via Unconditional Love & Trust


This series of workshops is built according to the Taoist approach of living in harmony with nature to stay healthy. You will learn how to adjust your life and activities during each season and even during each part of the day. New habits will arrive and help to stay physically and emotionally healthy.
Traditional Chinese medicine is based on five elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal. And the more balanced those elements are, the more healthy and harmonised you are. 
 
Each element represents the SEASON. Further, each element is connected to a PAIR OF ORGANS. And each pair of organs is presented in the body by 12 energy lines. They are called meridians, and that is what Yin Yoga works with. Balancing and releasing those meridians. Moreover, each element, organ, and season has its EMOTION ASPECT. Both positive and negative. 

More information and dates will follow

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LATE SUMMER. DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER

This is Tanya's last yin workshop in this series. You don't have to have been to the others, you can jump in at any workshop you feel drawn to. This one will focus on:
 

🌎 Earth - 🌾 Late summer - Spleen & Stomach - Worries via Being Grounded & Balanced


This series of workshops is built according to the Taoist approach of living in harmony with nature to stay healthy. You will learn how to adjust your life and activities during each season and even during each part of the day. New habits will arrive and help to stay physically and emotionally healthy.
Traditional Chinese medicine is based on five elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal. And the more balanced those elements are, the more healthy and harmonised you are. 
 
Each element represents the SEASON. Further, each element is connected to a PAIR OF ORGANS. And each pair of organs is presented in the body by 12 energy lines. They are called meridians, and that is what Yin Yoga works with. Balancing and releasing those meridians. Moreover, each element, organ, and season has its EMOTION ASPECT. Both positive and negative. 

More information and dates will follow

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