Fight Your Monkey Mind

Fighting Monkey Inspired Workshops

with Elke Schroeder

Inspired by the *Fighting Monkey Practice, these sessions will explore task-based movement and how its application in personal practice and in teaching is vital for longevity. This is not a physical “fighting” practice – rather it is a way to work in which we Fight our Monkey minds.

Solo and partnered task-based movement situations will be investigated using the Fighting Monkey tools, floorwork/low-flying locomotion and directed improvisation. The physical work will be supported by discussion of the Fighting Monkey approach and how to integrate this work into an existing personal or teaching practice. Some of the topics we will cover include: smart training for instinctual/reactive movement, elastic capacity for power and mobility, how to identity ineffective and inefficient movement patterns/affectations, and how to use partnered training/physical tools/coordinations in order to hone body awareness, shared body empathy and communication.

It is a great complement to any physical discipline. All dedicated practitioners and movement instructors, (including but not limited to dancers, athletes, physical performers, yogis and martial artists), are welcome.

Pants that cover the knees and shirts that cover the shoulders are recommended.

(*For a full description of the Fighting Monkey Practice and it’s creators, Jozef Frucek and Linda Kapetanea, please visit There are also video resources of their work available on youtube).

About Elke

Elke is a Mover. A seasoned dancer and performer, her 20 year relationship with dance and its consequent body fatigue led her to seek healing. At first she went to yoga and after experiencing positive changes she became a teacher, graduating from the Octopus Garden Teachers Training and Mentorship programs in 2008. Still dancing and looking for training to support this, she found Fighting Monkey – and its this task-based, longevity practice that is now the focus of her personal study and the biggest influence on her teaching. Elke is recognized as an FM instructor by its creators, Jozef Frucek and Linda Kapetanea. In addition to dance, yoga and FM, Elke’s movement background includes floorwork, acrobatics, functional movement and martial arts.

Elke leads a practice that is fluid, strong, and creative. She encourages a sense of play, and her teachings provoke curiosity towards revealing our body’s intrinsic wisdom. Bringing knowledge from her dance and movement training, Elke is interested in everyone practicing individually but in community, and offering a practice that is both challenging and accessible to all. She is still an active creator and performer of contemporary dance and travels her work throughout Canada and abroad.



The 2 sessions will each have a different focus (and can be attended independently)

Fighting Monkey Rhythm and Coordinations
October 5
@19.15 – Sun Room – 120’ – 30 €

The 2 sessions will each have a different focus (and can be attended independently)

Fighting Monkey Abstract Tools and Partnered Movement Situations
October 7
@14.00 – Sun Room – 180’ – 45 €

Discover the Secrets of the Upside Down World

Introduction to Handstand

with Christina

This workshop will smoothly introduce you to the world of inverting, safely and progressively. We will revisit the classics (headstand and/or forearm stand) and use them as tools to study good foundation and understanding of the inverted body. Using the above as common ground we will lastly build our way up to handstand, paying attention on efficient alignment and technique to render the upside down experience effortless.

We will make use of the wall as well as spotters throughout the entire workshop to ensure our safety and train our eye for verticallity. This class will provide you with a variety of tools, easy to apply in your own practice if you wish to master your inversions.

Open to everyone who is comfortable in attempting crow pose (bakasana) and headstand against the wall.

Maximum of 14 participants!

About Christina

Christina discovered handstands 5 years ago and immediately fell in love with this practice that keeps her challenged and always thirsty for more. Having practiced a variety of sports, the amount of detail and beauty she encountered in the upside down world has kept her body and mind occupied with learning and exploring ever since. Starting to invert as an adult, with no previous acrobatic experience, she had to overcome the fear as well as the feeling of incapability that we are often faced with when it comes to standing on our hands. She now feels grateful to have found ways to safely guide others through this same, empowering and super fun path!



October 6, 2018

@13.00 – Sun Room – 180’ – 50€

Restore and Reconnect

Restorative Yoga & Kirtan

with Erica and Morgan

This Yyoga Special class will combine a restorative yoga practice followed by a Kirtan, a form of Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of devotion, in which we sing mantras together. While the long-held postures will recharge and repair your body, singing together as one voice transcend our logical minds and bring us into a deeper heart space.

Prior yoga or singing experience is not necessary for this practice. Everyone is welcome!


Beyond ideas of right and wrong, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.
– Rumi

Introduction to Nonviolent Communication

with Florence-François Poncet and Sandra Becker

How often do we find ourselves in communication deadlocks, struggling to make ourselves heard or understood, feeling hurt or offended and reacting aggressively or choosing to remain silent in order to avoid conflict(s)?
How about relating to ourselves and others in a different way, in a way that serves life?

Compassionate communication – or ‘non-violent communication’ – was developed by American psychologist Marshall Rosenberg (1934-2015). It helps us take account of our emotions and deepen our awareness of what is alive in ourselves and others.

It enhances our ability to listen beyond words. It helps us to develop an empathic understanding of ourselves and others, to practice honest expression of our feelings and needs, and to hear difficult or painful messages with compassion. It offers ways of interacting with ourselves and others without the ‘violence”’ of criticism, blame and judgement, and opens the way to authentic, true and respectful relationships.
In this three-day course (one weekend plus one day), you will be introduced to the fundamentals of compassionate communication. You will discover this invaluable approach developed by Marshall Rosenberg, with e a little theory and a lot of time left for experiencing this other way of communicating.

About the Facilitators

Sandra, who is a lawyer by training, has developed a particular sensitivity to communication beyond words through her passion for horses. She discovered non-violent communication in 2012 and has been deepening her integration of the process since then. The shift of putting the right words on implicit dynamics opened the path to authentic and deep connection in human relationships. She regularly intervenes in organisations to facilitate human and group dynamics based on compassionate communication and collective intelligence.

Florence, also a lawyer by training and an EU official since 2004, encountered non-violent communication (NVC) in 2011. She has been consistently deepening her integration of it since then, experiencing its transformative impact in her relationships with people, in her job as a manager and her activity as a peer coach at work. She regularly assists a certified NVC trainer in introductory courses in Brussels.

Florence and Sandra run an NVC practice group in Brussels.



November 17 & 18, 2018
December 16, 2018

From 10.00 to 16.30 – 324€

(exact time will be confirmed)

Insight Yoga – FULL

With Sarah Powers

The yin yoga master, and founder of Insight Yoga, Sarah Powers comes to Belgium for the first time!

Yyoga is proud to host a workshop that integrates physical and pranic practices in a unique environment of mindful awareness. Sarah’s style of teaching and lecturing offers a wholesome experience for the body, heart and mind.

About Sarah Powers


Sarah Powers began teaching in 1987. She is the founder and author of Insight Yoga, which interweaves the insights and practices of Yoga, Buddhism, Taoism, and Transpersonal Psychology into an integral practice to discover and enliven the body, heart and mind. Her yoga style blends both a Yin sequence of floor poses to enhance the meridian and organ systems, combined with an alignment-based slow flow or Yang practice, influenced by Viniyoga, Ashtanga, Iyengar teachings, and QI gong.

Sarah feels that enlivening the physical and pranic bodies, as well as learning to meet our psychological reactivity is paramount for preparing one to deepen and nourish insights into one’s essential nature – a natural state of awareness. She has competed level 3 of Internal Family Systems Therapy training and been a student of Transpersonal Psychology for 28 years. She also draws from her in-depth training in the Vipassana, Tantric and Dzogchen practices of Buddhism.

Her main influences have been Tsoknyi Rinpoche, Jennifer Welwood, Lama Tsultrim Allione, Bhante Gunaratana, Lama Pema Dorje, Stephen and Martine Batchelor, B. Alan Wallace, and Anam Thubten.
Sarah and her husband Ty Powers co-direct the Insight Yoga Institute, which offers 500+ hour trainings blending yoga, buddhism and psychology.

For more information, please visit:



November 24-25, 2018

Insight Yoga with Sarah Powers
Saturday and Sunday, from 10.00 to 14.00 – 2x4hrs – 240 €

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About the workshop

Insight Yoga and Psychological Inquiry:
An Integrated approach to Yoga

A yin/yang yoga and mindfulness workshop with interpersonal awareness practices
Asana, Pranayama, Insight Meditation, Compassion Meditation, Contemplative Dialogues

In this 8-hour workshop Sarah will encourage us to develop and/or deepen our commitment to a balanced daily practice that nourishes not only our body and breath, but our hearts and minds as well. Each class will give us the opportunity to highlight these four themes individually, so that we might braid them together inside us as a holistic mandala (or sanctuary of practice) that we can enter daily for renewed inspiration and insight.

The first hour of each class Sarah will focus on salient features of Buddhist Mindfulness meditation with both lecture and practice. Through clarifying and highlighting the basic tenets of a skillful practice, Sarah will help make meditation a joyous endeavor, reminding us of its essential place in our lives.

The meditation practice will be followed by various Yin/Yang asana sequences that encourage stability and mobility, grounded-ness and ease, enabling us to merge what Taoists call heaven and earth within our own bodies and minds, while cultivating the sensitive energy body simultaneously.

The last section will be given to heart based practices mingled with interpersonal dialogues. In Buddhism, these qualities of loving kindness and compassion are suggested as having boundless possibilities within each of us. To initiate the proliferation of these values in our personal experience, we can lean our hearts and minds in these directions through contemplation on these themes, as well as daring to share interpersonal awareness practices out loud. Please come with an interest in sharing some of these personal themes in dialogue with others.

Each class will be a complete experience, but these practices also build on each other. For this reason Sarah suggests that you sign up for both days in order to develop a self practice with a clear understanding of these diverse yet interrelated disciplines.

Feel the Love

With Pradeep Teotia

For the fifth time, Pradeep is visiting us with his smile and incredible positive energy. Come and celebrate what you have, create a more powerful life experience, improve your courage, confidence and patience, get a strong and stable core for centered movement, find a balanced strength throughout the upper and lower body, build strength and flexibility, and improve your breath connection to increase endurance and receptivity.

About Pradeep


Born in India, Pradeep Teotia has been practicing yoga his entire life and has been teaching for over a decade.
Pradeep developed his unique, distinctive style of yoga called Original Bhakti Yoga (Yoga of Devotion). An amazing workout for the body, mind and spirit, this style of yoga has made him a well-known and popular teacher across the US and around the globe.
He is based in San Francisco where he teaches. Pradeep participates at yoga festivals, organises workshops and retreats around the world. He is a unique soul that embodies the openness of California and the ancient spirituality of India.

For more information about Pradeep visit



June 14 – 
@19.00 – Sun Room – 120’ – 40 €

June 15 – 
@10.00 – Sun Room – 180’ – 45 €

June 16 – Detox Flow
@11.30 – Sun Room – 180’ – 45 €

More details


TBD – Friday, June 14

Vinyasa can actually be steady and comfortable, right? This flowing class examines the purpose and intention behind a challenging vinyasa practice. Visit the sweet edge of your practice without jumping off the cliff. All levels students will enjoy this signature Bhakti Flow class that turns your yoga mat into a flying magic carpet. Come prepared to sweat and sing.

TBD – Saturday, June 15

Backbends are some of the yoga’s most exhilarating postures and sometimes the most demanding. In this workshop we will open the entire front body, with emphasis on the heart center. We will explore many different ways of working with without props, along with physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of a backbend. Our heart will dance with the fine are of balancing and surrender.

Empower Detox Flow! – Sunday, June 16

All levels of practitioners will enjoy the benefits of this workshop. Pradeep’s very approachable manner lends to an ease in his teaching style, which draws many students from different disciplines. Mixed Levels, a mindfulness Bhakti flow class.

Join Pradeep Teotia for an awakening of the heart and spirit! Celebrate joy and passion in your practice through opening and listening to what’s inside. By breathing deeper into poses, you can start shifting compassion from your mat into the rest of your life. Blend pranayama, asana, music and sweat to build strength and flexibility while letting go of struggle.

“I hope you have an opportunity to come experience the opportunity to track subtle shifts or extraordinary transformation.”

Yin Yoga teacher training – Chinese Medicine, Meridian Nidra & Hip Anatomy

Organized with

65 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training

Learn the theories of Chinese Medicine and how to preserve our pre-natal essence of Kidney Jing via yin yoga.

This training will focus on incorporating the theories of Chinese Medicine and the Five Element into Yin Yoga postures. Students will learn the pathways of acupuncture meridians, how to stimulate these meridians in the Yin practice, as well as learning all the symptoms and treatments for meridian Qi stagnation.

Join senior yin trainer Jo Phee for her Teacher Training Chinese Medicine Module taking place in Brussels. This module is happening only once in Europe and is part of Jo Phee’s 2019 Fundamentals Yin Yoga Teacher Training.

Training Topics:
– Yin Yoga: Theory and Practice
– Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine (TCM)
– TCM Diagnostics
– Yin Yang Philosophy
– The 3 Treasures & 4 Vital Substances
– TCM Visceral System
– Theory of Qi
– Acupuncture Meridian Theory
– Balancing Qi in the Meridians
– Meridian Pathways & Meridian Clock
– Hand and Foot Meridian Points
– Meridians Organ Health
– Meridians and the Emotions
– Meridian Nidra
– Guasha Treatment
– Meridian Tracing, Meridian Palpation
– Meridian Tapping, Meridian Massage
– TCM Lifestyle and Diet
– The Five Element Theory
– Anatomy of Yoga (Hip)
– Skeletal Variation (Hip)
– Posture Analysis Lab (Hip)
– Sequencing & Teaching Methodology

For other trainings with Jo Phee, visit

About Jo Phee

With a background in TCM, Functional Anatomy, Fascia Study and Myofascial Release, Jo is a senior Yin Yoga Teacher Trainer apprenticed under Yin Yoga founders, Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers, for more than a decade. A long time student and senior teaching assistant for both Paul Grilley, Jo has has taught 10,000+ hours of public Yin classes over the past decade and has conducted over 70 Yin Yoga teacher trainings around the world. Her popular Yin Yoga Teacher Training programs are always sold out worldwide and fully endorsed by both Paul and Sarah.



September 24 > 30, 2019


Yyoga Brussels 


Early bird
Payment till 24/05/2019: 1200 EUR

Full price
Payment from 25/05/2019: 1355 EUR

Fee covers
– Training and Lectures
– Material, manuals in english

Contact and questions

A pathway for exploration, acceptance and expression

Tantric Yoga for Women

with Haein Cho

This is an invitation for women of all ages, shapes and experience to come together. We are heart creatures. We are internal and naturally attuned to spirituality. Like an ancient tree rooted firmly in the ground, our sensuality is the sacred power forever ingrained in our heart, body and soul. Awareness is always the first step in realizing and fully accessing the feminine power that lies within. As women, we are incredibly and innately sensual. Sensuality awakens when we are tapped completely in to our own bodies and senses, our feminine power, our needs, desires, and our pleasure. This goes beyond the typical sexual sensuality, tapping into our ability to know what we want, desire and need in any given moment. We’re fluid, cyclical creatures and our constant flowing emotions and desires mean that within seconds everything can change for us. Working with our sensuality is a pathway for exploration, acceptance and expression.

Sensuality is the simple moment of feeling this body deeply, and the act of being present with your senses.
We will be exploring our sensuality through Tantra Yoga, an ancient practice that combines asana, mantra, mudra, bandha (energy lock) and chakra (energy center) work. By harnessing and embodying Shakti, the female deity that represents creativity and change, we can build strength, clarity, and bliss in everyday life.

Topics/practices include:
– Tantra for creativity, sensuality, and sexuality
– Yoga for women inspired by authentic movement practice
– Ancient knowledge, story & wisdom behind menstruation
– Moon Cycle Ritual & Womb Blessing
– Somatic enquiry on shame & pleasure
– Celebrating womanhood

About Haein Cho

Originally from South Korea, Haein grew up in Auroville, a spiritual community in South India. She’s a certified Watsu & massage therapist as well as a yoga & level 2 Acro yoga instructor.
Haein shares Yoga & AcroYoga as practices available for every body, age, and ability. She aims to support all beings through movement, connection, and play. With a background in Aquatic body work, she brings in a unique softness in her practice with fine balance between effortless movement and body control.

She has been teaching Yoga, Acroyoga & Meditation in form of retreat, workshop, class and in festivals and conventions in Mexico, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Greece, India, Korea, and Taiwan.
Haein, together with her partner Nicolas lived in South america for a year to work with plant medicine and Shamanism in 2016.


April 27 & May 4

@18.00 – Sun Room – 2×180’ – 95 €

Please note that this it a two-part workshop taking place over the course of two days.
By signing up for this workshop, you will be enrolled in both days.

Dive into self nourishment, love and acceptance

Shamanic Yoga

with Haein Cho

Shamanic Yoga is a blend of Shamanic practices and Native American wisdom combined with physical Yoga Asanas and movement practice. Shamanism is a practice very similar to yoga, as it is involves reaching altered states of consciousness. In the case of Shamanism, the practitioner encounters and interacts with the spirit world for wisdom. Exploring this practice, we can gain a deeper understanding of the universe, its infinite energetic structure, our selves, and the part that we play in it. Shamanism and yoga are beautiful tools we can to use to connect to ourselves on a much deeper level.

In this workshop, we will take time to explore our body and heart connection through yoga, movement and cacao ceremony. This is an invitation to pause, listen, and explore the healing capacities that we all carry within, our very birthright.

Raw cacao is a powerful heart opener that paves the way to transformation through self-love… It is considered a medicine in South America since the time of the Maya. We will start with a purification ritual, letting go of the things we carry that no longer serve us. We will then serve the cacao and concentrate on our heart. During the ceremony, we will work with voice and conscious dance practice to connect to our chakras and give expression to the power that lies within our heart.

This workshop is open to all ages, body types, and fitness levels. Let us dive into a day of self nourishment, love and acceptance with Yoga, Dance, Conscious Movement, Kirtan, Cacao Ceremony and Meditation.

About Haein Cho

Originally from South Korea, Haein grew up in Auroville, a spiritual community in South India. She’s a certified Watsu & massage therapist as well as a yoga & level 2 Acro yoga instructor.
Haein shares Yoga & AcroYoga as practices available for every body, age, and ability. She aims to support all beings through movement, connection, and play. With a background in Aquatic body work, she brings in a unique softness in her practice with fine balance between effortless movement and body control.

She has been teaching Yoga, Acroyoga & Meditation in form of retreat, workshop, class and in festivals and conventions in Mexico, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Greece, India, Korea, and Taiwan.
Haein, together with her partner Nicolas lived in South america for a year to work with plant medicine and Shamanism in 2016.


April 28 & May 5

@14.00 – Sun Room – 2×180’ – 85 €

Please note that this it a two-part workshop taking place over the course of two days.
By signing up for this workshop, you will be enrolled in both days.

Embark on an exciting journey to Sicily, the island of sun and culinary pleasures.

Spirit of Sicily Yoga Retreat

Join Monica and jump into summertime with Yyoga as we embark on an exciting journey to Sicily, the island of sun and culinary pleasures.

Enjoy daily yoga and meditation practices. Nourish your senses and mind with a variety of activities: discover the island of Marettimo, travel back in time in the Museo Archeologico, wander in the narrow streets of Marsala or in the charming town of Trapani, walk the old arabic Kasbah of Mazara Del Vallo… or simply live the Sicilian Dolce Vita and bask in the sun next to the swimming pool.



Registration and inquiries


June 16 to June 23 – 2018


Marsala, Sicily – Italy

How to get there?

Nearest Airport: Palermo Airport (PMO)

Optional Airport: Trapani Airport (TPS)


Early bird – Payment until April 30, 2018
Shared Room – 3 people: 699 EUR
Shared Room – 2 people: 779 EUR

Full price – Payment from May 1, 2018
Shared Room – 3 people: 759 EUR
Shared Room – 2 people: 859 EUR

What’s included in the price:
– Accommodation for seven nights, including access to pool
– Seven delicious breakfasts
– Two nourishing homemade fish based dinners in the B&B. Vegatarian or vegan option can be accomodated upon request
– Six morning yoga and six afternoon mediation and/or pranayama sessions
– Car rentals
– Transfer from/to PMO airport
– All guidance

What’s not included:
– Optional programs
– Lunch
– Flight ticket
– Five dinners

More details

Daily Schedule

June 16 – arrival

June 17 – June 22
– Morning yoga session focused on asana alignment and preparation for intermediate postures
– Free afternoon for optional programs
– Evening meditation, yoga nidra and pranayama practices

Classes are optional, participants are welcome to join any or all organized sessions during retreat

June 23 – departure


– Traditional rural farm located in the Stagnone Natural Reservation, Marsala
– Certified Eco-label
– Room sharing (2 or 3 people per room)
– Only a few kilometres away from the sea, wild beaches and the Stagnone Lagoon
– Swimming Pool and Garden


Monica Montanaro

Diagnosed with Diabetes Type I in 1991 Monica have kept on looking for a healthy life-style. That led to practicing Buddhism and discovering yoga in 2009.

In 2011, she followed her first Teacher Trainings, soon followed by other trainings (Vinaysa – Jason Crandel, Hatha & Yoga Therapy – Acharya Venkatesh & Acharye Hemamalin) and workshops (Iyengar – Martin Zilbauer, Yoga Anatomy, Back bending – Atmavikasa Center for Yogic Science…)

With 1000+ hours of trainings and years of teaching, Monica’s love for yoga is stronger than ever. She shares her passion everyday with her students in studios and private classes. She values the importance of alignments as well as clear instructions to give students the tools to grow and enjoy their practice, feeling steadiness and pleasure in the asanas. She hopes, through her teaching, to ignite the desire to go deeper into exploring Yoga in all its multiple aspects.

Reconnecting With Your Heart Space

Community Kirtan

with Maria Mannisto

Explore the power your voice as it combines with others! Kirtan is a form of Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of devotion, in which we sing mantras together in a call-and-response setting. Kirtan has a profound ability to create stillness in the mind. It is essentially a form of meditation, in which the sounds anchor our concentration and awareness to help us be fully present. As we sing together and our voices become one voice, we transcend our selves and our logical minds, and are carried by the melodies and rhythms into a deeper heart space. This is a fantastic way to connect with your community, and engage in some healing sound therapy.
Prior singing experience is not necessary for this practice. Everyone is welcome!

The words of these chants are called the divine names and they come from a place that’s deeper than our hearts and our thoughts, deeper than the mind. And so as we sing them they turn us towards ourselves, into ourselves. They bring us in, and as we offer ourselves into the experience, the experience changes us.

— Bhagavan Das

About Maria Mannisto

Finnish-American soprano Maria Männistö is an adventurous recitalist and yoga teacher. She followed multiple yoga trainings and workshops including with Kathleen Hunt (Hatha and Vinyasa), Sharon Gannon (Jivamukti), Jason Crandell (Vinyasa), Iyengar (Aadil Palkhivala and Martin Zilbauer).

Maria moves comfortably among a wide range of musical styles to international acclaim. As a professional singer, she has performed in major concert houses across the world. Chanting Sanskrit mantra is an integral part of her practice, and she is delighted to share the practice with others! After experiencing first-hand the subtle shifts that occur within herself during mantra work, as well as the deep silence that follows the chanting, she feels passionate about sharing this healing experience. She’s currently based in Seattle where she shares her passion for both chanting and yoga.


August 5

@17.30 – Moon Room – 180’ – 19 €

Spring Yoga & Wellness Retreat May 2018

Countryside Escape

In May 2017 IndraniLodge hosted its first Yoga and Wellness Retreat. The retreat was a great success and at the request of many of the participants we are running it again in the Spring!

There are endless amounts of yoga retreats to choose from – yoga vacation retreats, yoga retreats with a single teacher and little variation in teaching and style and yoga retreats that leave you feeling great but with few tools to ‘take home’ with you and integrate into your daily life. Our retreat aims to provide the best of all worlds by introducing you to a broader concept of Yoga and personal well-being management and provide you with a large toolbox to teach you how to integrate these tools into your own life. In a supportive atmosphere and beautiful location we will create a space where it will be easy to assimilate what you will be taught. Our retreat will combine intellectual and physical challenge, relaxation, body therapies, delicious food and ample free time to explore the surroundings and choose the activities that best suit your needs and interests.


May 12 to May 19 – 2018


Indrani Lodge
Belgium, 25 km from Brussels


INDRANI RETREAT with accommodation in single room
 1395 EUR

INDRANI RETREAT with accommodation in shared room
 950 EUR

INDRANI WEEK without accommodation
 695 EUR

More info and enquiries

The Yogi’s Essential Toolbox for Students and Teachers

With Martin Zilbauer

Martin has studied yoga in India and Asia for six years. He has spent an extensive amount of time focusing on the healing benefits of The Great Yoga Wall system; his wealth of knowledge in this particular branch of yoga is unprecedented. Martin continues to deepen his knowledge by participating in advanced trainings while teaching yoga courses and organising teacher trainings in Germany, Europe, and around the world. He had the privilege of receiving his Iyengar Yoga teacher certification from B.K.S. Iyengar himself and visits the Iyengar Institute in India yearly.


February 23
Restorative Yoga, Pranayama and Pratyahara for Pain
@19.00 – Sun Room – 120’ – 40 €

February 24
The Art of Assists, Self-Correction, and Observation, Part 1
@9.00 – Sun Room – 180’ – 45€

February 24
The Art of Assists, Self-Correction, and Observation, Part 2
@14.00 – Sun Room – 180’ – 45 €

February 25
The Art of Intelligent Sequencing – Approaching Intermediate Poses
@9.00 – Sun Room – 180’ – 45 €

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Workshops Details

Restorative Yoga, Pranayama and Pratyahara for Pain

Whether it’s physical or emotional, acute or chronic, pain can diminish the quality of day-to-day life. This workshop will provide a set of tools to begin working through layers of pain, as we learn to understand physical and emotional pain and how to cope with them. Yoga’s toolbox of healing practices includes restorative asanas, pranayama, and yogic philosophy. Restorative postures and gentle movement will help you connect with your body’s powerful ability to heal itself. Breathing exercises will focus the mind and direct your attention inward, allowing you to recognize what your body is trying to teach you through pain, stress, or tension. The ancient wisdom of yoga will help you make sense of the physical and mental challenges you may be going through.

This gentle workshop is accessible to all, and specifically tailored to meet the needs of those experiencing pain.


The Art of Assists, Self-Correction, and Observation, Part 1&2

Deepen your understanding of healthy alignment as you learn the art of adjusting others and yourself during asana practice. A great adjustment can be a truly wonderful experience for a student, allowing them to delve deeper into a pose and immerse themselves into their practice. Safe and effective adjustments require clear intention, subtlety, and the ability to see the big picture of a posture. In this workshop, you will learn:

• Observation skills as you learn to step back and see what is really happening in your students’ practice and your own.
• Basic principles of alignment in key yoga postures.
• How to modify or offer alternate preparatory poses if the final posture isn’t working.
• How and when to use props such as straps, blocks, and blankets to aid adjustment.
• Benefits of physical and verbal adjustments, and when to use them.
• The art of non-biased observation and adjustment, and how to adapt your intuition and knowledge to different types of bodies.
• A deepened understanding of your own body mechanics for effective demonstration and improved energetic sense of postures.
This workshop is not just for teachers interested in adjusting their students, but also for anyone interested in learning more about postural alignment in yoga class.

The Art of Intelligent Sequencing – Approaching Intermediate Poses 

While basic yoga postures lay an essential foundation for a healthy and safe yoga practice, we shouldn’t feel stuck with basic postures forever. In this workshop, you will learn how to use foundational yoga postures as a starting point to explore more advanced poses. Learn how to effectively sequence yoga postures so that they progress safely toward a more advanced or “peak” pose. We will use tools such as props and pose variations to ensure that the advanced poses flow organically from their preparatory postures. Come prepared to explore and see where your asana practice can take you!

This workshop is recommended for those who have practiced yoga asana for at least 6 months.

Back To The Future

Back Therapy, Part 2

with Josick

Whether we practice yoga, sports or work in front of a computer, most of us will feel backache at one point or another. Whereas the Western medical approach often proposes drugs or even surgery as a treatment, yoga therapy focuses on connecting us again with our body and mind.
Discovering our body pattern, building awareness both on the mat and in daily life, and finding adjustments according to what is right for each of us –such is the very simple yet effective approach proposed by yoga therapy.

Yoga tradition offers us a variety of tools that can be used to develop our consciousness and preserve our health, especially breathing techniques and energetic locks (bandha), postural practice including stretching, alignment and strengthening, as well as relaxation and meditation. These tools can become great allies in helping us find more space, harmony and strength in our spine, restoring it to the channel of energy it is meant to be.

In this workshop you will get to know more about your back and learn how to use yoga techniques, so that you can create your own “toolbox” to be used at home, in your sport practice or at the office.

Everyone is welcome to this practice. Please let us know when you register whether you have a specific back condition or recurring discomfort.

And let your back be happy again!


January 27

@14.00 – Sun Room – 150’ – 30 €

May The 4th Be With You

Your Favorite Studio Is Turning 4, Come And Celebrate With Us

It’s our Birthday and because we are grateful for the community we have built together, we want to offer you a day full of fun free mini-workshops! All are welcome, including brand new yogis. Get a taste of our warm studio and enjoy some delicious vegetarian finger food and organic tea!

No registration needed as all workshops will be on a first come first serve basis. Please BRING YOUR MAT if you have one.


No registration needed as all workshops will be on a first come first serve basis. Please BRING YOUR MAT if you have one.

15:00 – PLUG INTO THE FORCE with JOSICK (30 min – Moon)

Reconnect with the source! Explore ways to channel and connect to your life energy when you are lacking stamina or strength in your practice or daily life.


Harness your power through your emotions and intuition! A brief initiation into creating your own reality by listening to your inner voice, setting intentions, focus, and the art of allowing.

15:45 – R2D2 THE WALL with MARCELLA (30 min – Moon)

Grab a yogi and get on the wall! This partner supported spinal rejuvenation sequence will aim to stimulate sensory receptors and rehydrate spinal discs. (Individuals will be paired up as needed, no partner required).

16:15 – YODA NIDRA with TESSA (30 min – sun)

Join Tessa on a guided meditative journey to deep relaxation! In a state between waking and dreaming, you will travel through the galaxies of your being to reunite with your Truest Self.


Energizing and therapeutic, this mini class is a unique blend of guided self-massage techniques using the yoga therapy balls, gentle dynamic movement, and mindful breathing. Release and let go of deep-held physical and energetic blockages stored in your systems and get the force flowing again.

16:45 – DARK SIDE OR REBEL FORCE with TUESDAY (30 min – sun)

Yamas or Niyamas? Peace with the world or within yourself? Together we will explore these dualities through a yin and yang asana practice to consider how we relate to the world! Find out which side you’re on and whether there can be peace in the galaxy!

17:15 – JEDI TREATMENT FOR HAPPY HIPS with EEVA (30 min – moon)

Join the JEDI tradition! Protect and strive for peaceful, non-combative resolutions to nourish the health of your hips and stretch from the YINside of your YOUniverse.

17:30 – BEER YOGA with CHARIS (30 min – sun)

Get ready to de-stress, laugh and get flexy, all while throwing back a beer! Expect a lot of fun, and some very funky downward dogs. Beers will be provided.


A sister artform to Ayurveda and Yoga, Kalari Payattu is believed to bring the soothing balm of peace to worldly, internal and external conflict between individuals and communities. Together we will aim to train the self – the emotions, body and mind – to let our inner peaceful warrior rise from within.

18:15 – YOGALACTIC GONG BATH with COLIN (60 min – sun)

Travel through a galaxy of sound, forget time and space and plunge into the present moment as the vibrations of the gongs massage every cell of your being. A meditative experience and feast for the ears and senses alike!


Saturday February 10

Breathe in the wonders of Lapland, deepen your yoga practice, and dive into nature to relax and renew!

Magical Lapland Retreat – FULL

Delve into the new year with Yyoga as we embark on a magical journey to the land of snow and ice!

Enjoy daily yoga, and reconnect with the elements and wilderness through our nature meditation practices.

Be enchanted by the magic of The Northern Lights. The Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis occur quite often in Lapland. Sometimes they only last a couple of minutes, while other times they may be seen for hours. Our nature immersion activities will guarantee you the very best chance of an unforgettable Northern Lights experience.

Nourish your senses with a huge variety of indoor and outdoor activities: ride the slopes of Levi; take a walk in breathtaking forests; curl up with a cup of tea by the fireplace; warm up in your private sauna; pamper yourself at Levi Spa; or sign up for additional programs such as an arctic ride with huskies and reindeer or visiting the nearby SnowVillage. See full list of additional programs below.



Registration and inquiries


January 27 to February 2 – 2018


Levi, Lapland – Finland
Finland’s largest ski resort

How to get there?
By plane – we recommend Finnair
Nearest airport: Kittilä (KTT)


Early bird
Payment until November 27, 2017: 849 EUR

Full price
Payment from November 28, 2017:  899 EUR

What’s included in the price:
– Accommodation for 6 nights
– Two meals every day (five delicious organic breakfasts and nourishing dinners – option to accommodate vegan with advance notice)
– Five morning yoga and evening sessions
– One entry to the luxurious Levi Spa
– Private sauna
– All guidance

What’s not included:
– optional programs
– flight ticket and transfer

More details

Daily Schedule

January 27 – arrival

January 28 – February 1
10.00 – 11.30 – Morning session: vinyasa flow and hatha yoga classes
19.00 – 20.00 – Evening session: yoga on ice, breathwork, nature meditation, walking meditation, fire ceremony,…)

Classes are optional, participants are welcome to join any or all organized sessions during retreat

February 2 – Departure

Optional programmes

There are many exciting programs in and around Levi. The main highlights include:

– Skiing / snowboarding
– Spa and wellness at Levi Hotel Spa
– Night snow show and chance to see the Northern Lights
– Arctic rides with huskies and reindeers
– Snowmobile safari
– Night safari with horses
– Traditional sauna ceremony
– Visit to SnowVillage
– Meeting a local shaman
– Arctic cooking workshop
– Forest walk guided by local


– Well-equipped, high-quality Alpine style apartment in Levi centre
– Bed linen and towels
– Room sharing (2 people per room)
– Skiing track 50m away
– Private sauna
– Wireless Internet
– Fireplace


Robbie Makroczy
Robbie’s yoga and spiritual journey spans over nearly twenty years with an abundance of influences from various healing systems and yoga traditions including ayurveda, mindful vinyasa flow (Annie Carpenter, Seane Corn and Jason Crandell), ashtanga yoga (David Swenson and Prem Carlisi), Iyengar yoga (Lois Steinberg, Ph.D. and Martin Zilbauer) and restorative yoga (Annie Carpenter).

His yoga classes combine philosophy, conscious body movements, breathing, concentration and relaxation techniques designed to open up the body and mind, challenge, energise and calm. He places special emphasis on creating a warm and welcoming environment for students of all abilities in order to facilitate their self-inquiry and growth.

Eeva Tella
Eeva is a dedicated yin yoga practitioner and direct student of Sarah Powers. She is passionate about sharing her unique insights and approach on the healing power of the yin yoga practice. Eeva’s teaching style is soft and mindful. Her classes incorporate meditative moments, introspection and grounding asana practice.

Eeva comes from Finland and is excited to bring friends and fellow yogis on this magical journey to Lapland.

Create, Play, Love

Mala Making Craftshop

with Maricela and Lindsey

Join jewelry designer Maricela Del Rio and shamanic healer Lindsey Curtis for a fun workshop making your very own mala!

A mala is a string of 108 beads used for keeping count during mantra chanting, and for focusing the mind during meditation.

In this workshop, you will learn all about the history and tradition of these beautiful prayer beads. You will also learn how to properly use and store your mala. All materials will be provided, including a choice between 5 different gemstones: turquoise, tiger’s eye, black onyx, moonstone and amethyst. Lindsey will provide guidance on the qualities and meanings of each gemstone, allowing you to select one that you truly connect with. Maricela will guide you through the process of making your mala, including the special knotting technique. After creating your mala, you will learn how to energize the beads.

At the end of the workshop, you’ll have a unique mala to wear and use, with the special bond of having created it yourself. These malas also make great gifts – just in time for Christmas!

Cost includes instructions and materials:
– 96 Sandalwood or Rudrashka beads – 8mm,
– 8 gemstone beads – 8mm,
– 1 guru bead – 10mm,
– 3 marker beads – 8mm,
– 8 silver spacers – 1mm,
– silk string

Additional pendants, tassels, silver spacers or gemstones will be extra.

More about the teachers:




December 13

@18.30 – Rue de Flandre, 94 – 180’ – 60 €

“To be fully alive,
fully human, and
completely awake is
to be continually
thrown out of the nest.”

– Pema Chödrön

Building Resilience

with Eeva Tella

Resilience is the ability of an object to spring back into shape. For us, it’s the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. The practice of yoga or mindfulness help us to bounce back from the small, or sometimes big, events that disturb our balance.

Through the practice of Yin postures, mindfulness exercises and discussion circles, this workshop will give you tools to enhance resilience in your daily work and life. Working on both physical and mental levels, you’ll learn the strategies you can set to feel stronger and cope more easily with the challenges you face everyday.

Eeva Tella is a direct student of Sarah Powers and teaches yin yoga and mindfulness. She also leads practice in office environment and continuously studies ways of finding freedom and balance in the hectic world that so often throws us out of our nest.

Workshop is open to everyone.


November 25

@14.00 – Sun Room – 150’ – 30 €

Find Your Voice


with Maria Mannistö

Discover the healing power of your own voice in a workshop that combines yoga postures with sound.

Our bodies at a cellular level are in constant vibration. Not only do we express our own signature frequencies, but we also respond to external signals in subtle ways. Music and sound can resonate with our bodies at a very deep and intuitive level. In this workshop, we will explore the sound vibrations of our own voice using humming and simple Sanskrit mantras. As we vocalize and open ourselves up to authentic expression, we find potential for great physical and emotional release. Very few of us are blessed with the capability of free expression all the time. Insecurities, shyness, stress, fear of speaking out, language barriers, and guilt, can leave us stuck in the gap between what we would like to say, and what we actually do say or can’t say at all. This feeling of being stuck can lead to deep-seated tensions in the throat chakra. The act of humming or singing can have a profound effect on letting some of these tensions go, especially when combined with the stability, flexibility, and mindfulness that a yoga practice provides.

Finnish-American soprano Maria Männistö is an adventurous recitalist and yoga teacher. She followed multiple yoga trainings and workshops including with Kathleen Hunt (Hatha and Vinyasa), Sharon Gannon (Jivamukti), Jason Crandell (Vinyasa), Iyengar (Aadil Palkhivala and Martin Zilbauer) She’s currently based in Seattle where she shares her passion for both chanting and yoga.

This workshop is designed for all levels – yogis and singers alike – and particularly beneficial to anyone timid about projecting their voice. We’ll create a safe and playful setting in which to explore the relationship between body, breath and voice in an effort to bring greater harmony among these essential human facets. Most of all, we’ll create space to discover and get to know our true authentic voice.

Everyone is welcome to this practice.


November 11

@14.00 – Sun Room – 150’ – 30 €

Ancient Light For Modern Darkness

Inner Yoga

with David H. Wagner

By now we’ve learned how the physical disciplines of yoga can transform bodies, making them more flexible, strong and healthy. In this 2 hour workshop, master teacher David Harshada Wagner will share how the ancient inner teachings and practices of yoga have the same power to transform our minds, hearts, and lives.
Wagner is a classically trained yogi who knows how to share the ancient mysteries of meditation, mantra, and yoga philosophy in the most down-to-earth, grounded, practical way.
He will give a lively dharma talk with stories and mini meditations and also lead a deeper session of meditation for the group as well as answer any questions.
This session is a prelude to the Inner Yoga Intensive he’ll be leading Saturday and Sunday in Gent.

About David

David Harshada Wagner is an author, meditation teacher, and transformational guide who has dedicated his life to the exploration of human consciousness. He is the founder and director of Living Meditation, based in New York City and travels widely working with people from all walks of life from all over the world.

David is on the faculties of Kripalu and Omega institutes where he regularly offers retreats and workshops, and is one of the most viewed teachers on the very popular

He began his teaching career early as a yoga and meditation teacher in Chicago almost 20 years ago and since become a truly unique and highly marketable “teacher of the people”. Wagner’s teaching style is disarmingly informal and friendly, but has the ability to take people into deep levels of self-exploration. His speaking and writing style is conversational and he’s not shy about throwing in the occasional four letter word. Some have referred to his specialty as “no bullshit spirituality”. In a industry of lofty gurus and soft-spoken new age workshop leaders, Wagner stands out with his no-nonsense, all-American style.

Wagner is classically trained in the wisdom traditions of India, and is a master of meditation, but his teachings come from his many years helping people transform their lives and his own personal process of transformation. When he’s not teaching or writing, Wagner enjoys motorcycling and being a dad. Currently he is authoring a book on their spiritual lives of men.

More about David and his teaching:


November 3

@19.00 – Moon Room – 120’ – 30 €

Yoga + Massage

With Hakim & Philippe

Ever dreamed about getting a deep tissue massage while practicing yoga? Let your dream come true with this unique class.

After a mindfulness meditation practice you will be guided through a blend of Chi Gong and Vinyasa Flow sequence by Philippe, a senior teacher and supported by Hakim, a professional sport masseur.

Both travelled here from South Africa to share their broad knowledge of anatomy and subtle energy. This four-hand class filled with personal adjustments and deep massage will help you to improve your alignment and refine your practice… pure bliss!


May 20

Yoga + Massage
@14.00 – Sun Room – 120’ – 40 €

Unlock the Transformational Power Of

Maha Bandha

Have you ever wondered what the mysterious Bandhas are and how they can improve your yoga practice?

Bandha is a Sanskrit the word that means to hold, to lock, to tighten or to bind. Essentially, Bandhas can control the flow of energy through our body. Learning the correct application of these ancient practices is one of the key elements of a holistic yoga practice.

Through a combination of asana, pranayama, meditation and open discussions, we will explore the key philosophical concepts of the most essential Bandhas, as well as learn about the anatomy behind these subtle systems. Following the tradition of the Samudra Global School of Living Yoga, you will be guided through a creative Prana Vinyasa class to journey into this mysterious realm.

The workshop is open to everyone. If you are new to yoga, these foundational skills will create a solid set of habits that will help you to develop a safe yoga practice. For more experienced practitioners, and yoga teachers this workshop will not only give a deeper understanding of what Bandha actually is, but will also teach simple ways to help others work with these powerful techniques.


October 7

Maha Bandha
@14.00 – Sun Room – 150’ – 30 €

Winter Is Coming!

The Art Of Kriya – Winter Purification with Josick

Winter is coming, join us for a special 2-hour Masterclass centered around yogic purification techniques. Get ready for the cold weather by boosting your immune system and learn useful yogic techniques to integrate into your everyday life!

Yogic science lends importance to cleansing practices as it does to asana, pranayama and meditation. This unique session is a great opportunity to cleanse your body and your mind through an energizing practice. We will offer ancient yogic cleansing techniques known as kriyas to remove toxins and impurities from your physical, mental and emotional body. These powerful techniques safely balance your energy flow with ease.

Everyone is welcome!


September 23

Winter Is Coming
@14.00 – Sun Room – 150’ – 30 €

Brussels’ Yoga Day 2017

Find Us At The Event!

Come and visit us for the fourth edition of the Brussels’ Yoga Day.

Come check us out on Sunday from 10 A.M. to 17.00!

If you see our teachers, make sure to give them a big YYOGA hug!

More info


Sunday June 18

Yogance Weekend

With Tamara Levinson-Campos aka @cuchira

YOGANCE is a yoga inspired practice using techniques, elements of style and disciplines achieved within a professional dancers foundational training regiment. It focuses on correct alignment within the postures as well as fluid transitions that link breath to movement. This is where the transformative magic resonates within the practice. The breath becomes the internal music, the movement becomes the spirit dancing freely.


April 15 & 16 – Yogance Weekend

Saturday 15

@10.00 – Sun Room – 180’


Sunday 16
@10.00 – Sun Room – 180’

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About Tamara

Tamara Levinson-Campos was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and grew up in New York City. At age 15, she represented the USA at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain in the sport of rhythmic gymnastics. After being a three time USA National Champion and competing in World Class international events, she moved on to dancing professionally on NYC & Los Angeles.

Tamara’s versatility as a dancer, gymnast, rhythmic gymnast, aerial artist, contortionist led her to having an over 20 year career as a working professional dancer. She danced on three world tours with Madonna (Drowned World, Reinvention, Confessions), and along side other popular artists such as Usher, Avril Lavigne, Rihanna, Gwen Stefani and more. Her off-broadway debut was in hit aerial shows “De La Guarda”. Later she helped create off-broadway sensation “Fuerzabruta” of which she also performed in for many years all over the world. Mrs. Levinson is currently working as a choreographer for commercial, music videos and films.

Tamara has been teaching all styles of movement for over 20 years as she continues to consistently create works of her own in all mediums. She considers herself a Movement Artist, where the mind is limitless and freedom of self expression prevails all.

Though Tamara has had a very successful career as a performer & choreographer, her proudest accomplishment is her creation of YOGANCE which is the end result of her lifetime of body, mind and soul searching.
YOGANCE is the culmination of everything she has gathered along the way as a student, performer and tour guide (aka “Teacher”). She is humbled to be able to share her journey with her beYOUtiful warriors and hopes to inspires everywhere to BEYOUtiful warriors!

What will we do?

This is your weekend to breath and move your way to a free more happy you! Prepare to engage unapologetically with you body, mind and soul. Using the tool of Yogance (a yoga-dance, breath to movement exercise) we will move through a thorough warm up, a choreographed yoga dance flow, freestyle improvisational exercises and finally a meditation to remind us how accessing our gift of intuitive movement & letting go of judgement can bring us back to appreciating our beauty inside and out. A weekend to BEYOUtiful.


April 15 – 16
Yogance Movement Therapy Weekend
@10.00 – Sun Room – 2x 180’ – 90 €


Movement doesn’t always have to be a scientific game of required alignments and fancy terms. In fact, the beauty of Yogance is it’s ability to free the mind so the body can express authentically. Expect to play, play, play and move beYOUtifully!

Hangji workshop

With Mika de Brito, Yvo Abadi and Klaïm

Sink into a yogic journey through the practice of a soft Vinyasa surrounded by the sound of Hangji.
A unique experience of yoga practice and soundbath.


March 25

Hangji Special Class
@14.00 – Sun Room – 90’ – 25 €

Jai Hanuman

With Coral Brown

Coral Brown draws on 20 years of experience in yoga, philosophy, and holistic counseling to provide fertile, open space for the processes of healing and transformation. She has trained in the Iyengar and Jivamukti methods and is a senior teacher of Prana Vinyasa flow, leading teacher trainings, retreats and workshops worldwide.


January 31

Jai Hanuman
@19.00 – Sun Room – 150’ – 40 €

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About Coral’s Teaching


Coral’s teaching style fuses the energetic, creative energy of Prana Flow yoga with her experience as a Holistic Counselor. Her integrative yet lighthearted approach invites students to unite mind, body and spirit to transcend physical asana and create space for conscious evolution.


January 31
Jai Hanuman
@19.00 – Sun Room – 150’ – 40 €

Ever wonder who’s who in the grand pantheon of Hindu mythology? Ganesha, Shiva, Hanuman, Vishnu? How does this cast of characters and their stories influence our down dogs and why are some poses named after them? Hinduism is the oldest belief system in the world and it is the foundation of the yoga that we love and practice. Within this dynamic vinyasa flow story telling class, focusing on the Hanuman, we will scratch the surface of the vast Hindu belief system and explain how the historical roots of yoga are directly connected to the modern day yogi.

A Series Of Workshops with

Charlotte Saint Jean

Charlotte is a wild spirit, a traveling yogi, a mother and a free soul who writes for the Yoga Journal France and teaches at yoga retreats and festivals internationally.

Charlotte’s teaching is the reflection of a healthy and happy life full of gratitude and joy. Her yoga is fun, real, fluid, theme based, thoughtful and a mix of her prana flow, hatha, yin and ashtanga backgrounds. She takes inspiration from those around her, the seasons and her own life. She helps women to mindfully defeat their body demons and shows them how to embrace their perfect imperfections.

Charlotte lives in the French Alps with her two daughters and makes the most of the mountain lifestyle.


September 8
Awaken The Wild Woman Within – women only
@19.00 – Sun Room – 120’ – 35 €

September 9
Harness Your Energy & Refine Your Light
@10.15 – Sun Room – 150’ – 40 €

September 9
What If Your Weakness Was Your Greatest Strength?
@14.00 – Sun Room – 150’ – 40 €

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Awaken The Wild Woman Within

Celebrate your sensuality, unleash the Goddess within, it’s time to rise sister! An exploration of the wild & sexy within! Embody the flow
A workshop exploring the connection between social stereotypes, right and wrong, good & bad girl & what you are really wanting to unleash! Reconnecting with your inner woman, with your sensual, sexy, sassy-ness. Using Tantric techniques & yoga moves, visualisation, music we will flow together on a journey to liberate the “bad” girls within & your inner Goddess!

Harness Your Energy & Refine Your Light
Back to school can be fun. Harness and channel your Summer time energy to keep the heat and inner rays glowing within. Maintain inner balance and find a harmony to face to return to work & the Autumn approach. Using asanas, intentions, daily techniques & meditation to harness your inner energy & glow we will journey together through a dynamic practice. A fabulous way to keep shining during the Autumn & Winter “darker” months. Your kit bag to positive & dynamic energy!

What If Your Weakness Was Your Greatest Strength?
It is always just a question of relative. We still live in the idea of no pain no gain creating barriers, suffering and maintaining the preconceptions along the way. The amount of can’t dos, shouldn’t dos dos, need to dos that pigment our lives is massive! But guess what you don’t have to struggle – you are allowed to soften. Find your weakness and know that this could actually be your strength! Are there Yoga poses the frighten you? Well let’s soften the edges together….Are there parts of you you are afraid or ashamed or just don’t think you can do something? Let’s use those parts of you, work through them & turn them to your advantage.
Asanas, positive vibes & great smiles!

Conscious Living – NOW FULL

Yoga Teacher Training and Yogic Lifestyle Immersion Program

Take your yoga practice to the next level and become a knowledgeable and inspiring teacher and spiritual activist!

Led by Yyoga and guest teachers, we welcome your applications and inquiries for more information. Join us in 2017 for this holistic yogic lifestyle program and embark on a life-changing journey.

Whether your focus is enhancing and deepening your own yoga practice or working towards becoming a yoga teacher and spiritual activist, our 300-hour Yoga Teacher and Yogic Lifestyle Immersion is the perfect place to start.

We believe there is a powerful inner wisdom in each of us, enriching our lives, changing how we live and thereby creating a better world. This philosophy is an intricate part of our training program, which we have designed using our passion, curiosity and love for introspection.
Our program draws wisdom and inspirations from the timeless principles of hatha and raja yoga, ayurveda, buddhist and taoist (Yin and Yang) philosophy. It is infused with a modern understanding of human anatomy and consciousness as well as with the latest results of yoga science and medicine all while maintaining deep roots in the traditional and ancient wisdom of yoga.

We place powerful focus on your personal development and on the strengthening of your physical, mental and emotional practice:

– Experience continued mentorship and support from like-minded teachers and practitioners
– Assist with classes at Yyoga
– Discover a safe place to develop meaningful relationships
– Explore the vast evolution of yoga from its origin to its current role in our modern urban lives

Our comprehensive lifestyle program will provide practical and intelligent tools to:

– Transform your life
– Deepen your yoga and spiritual practice
– Develop a positive and happy outlook on your life
– Be more present and confident in your own life
– Awaken a deeper self-knowledge and ongoing curiosity for learning
– Become a knowledgeable, inspiring and compassionate yoga teacher and spiritual activist


Intensive weekends – Saturdays & Sundays from 8 am – 6:30 pm

February 18-19
March 4-5
March 25-26
April 8-9
April 29-30
May 20-21
June 3-4
June 24-25

Week-long intensive – from 9 am –  7:00 pm

July 17-23


Yyoga Brussels 


Early bird
Payment before 31/12/2016: 2995 EUR

Full price
Payment after 31/12/2016: 3195 EUR

Payment plan
Pay in four installments: 3295 EUR
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Contact and questions

For more information about our program, please call or email us:


More details

Our 6-month immersion course is informative, evolving, and customized to each group of students’ needs, goals and characteristics. We emphasize self-inquiry, introspection, clear language, critical thinking and compassionate attitude.

It is the first time in Brussels a course will be offered with this diverse international teaching team and dedicated training facilities. Our inspiring team will continue to support your journey as you forge your spiritual path long after completion of your training.

We plan to maintain the quality of our mentorship by limiting the number of students. We welcome your application.

Our unique methodology and philosophy

Yin and Yang Yoga is a theoretical and non-dogmatic approach to a wholesome and balanced yoga practice and way of living. Honoring the dualistic nature of our core existence, we developed a unique methodology to teaching and practicing yoga.

We will journey into the polarities of yin and yang, moon and sun, female and male energies within ourselves to create a healthier, more balanced and integral yoga practice. Yin and yang energies produce a continuous dance and movement within our body and mind. Balancing these complementary opposites both on and off the mat helps to develop harmony, kindness, compassion and consciousness within us.

The program will focus on a thorough analysis of traditional hatha and mindful vinyasa flow yoga. The more bvsubtle layers of our existence and practice will be explored by integrating pranayama, meditative and introspective yin and restorative yoga practices.

Training Format

The training schedule is structured to accommodate students’ work, school & family.

Training will include:

– Eight intensive weekend modules
– Weekly mentoring and asana sessions
– Ongoing individual and group assignments
– An intensive 1-week module for a total of more than 300 hours.

Each weekend module will provide you with full immersion in the theory and practice of yoga and related sciences. The time between the intensives will allow you to return to your daily life and integrate the new knowledge, inspiration and experience.

Weekly assignments will deepen your studies and keep you inspired and engaged. Mentorship, coaching and feedback will be provided to develop and refine your skills.

Regular yoga practice will be an essential part of training. Students will receive free classes at Yyoga for the duration of the training and are required to take minimum three group classes per week.

Our program will conclude with an intensive one-week long immersion experience. This week will offer reflection on the development of your personal practice. You will have the opportunity to assess your own confidence in both your skills as a practitioner and teacher.

Program overview

Our non-dogmatic and holistic approach to yoga training incorporates both Eastern and Western science and spiritual tradition, Ayurvedic wisdom, sound healing and Yin and Yang philosophy as well as a modern understanding of the human biology, body and consciousness.

We will study, explore and integrate:

– Physical and spiritual aspects of traditional hatha, mindful vinyasa flow, yin and restorative yoga
– Teaching foundational and intermediate asanas and their variations to engage body, mind and spirit
– Deconstruction of asanas into alignment principles for clarity and intelligent sequencing and safe physical practice
– Building intelligent asana sequencing: how to design and teach transformative hatha, vinyasa and yin-like yoga classes
– Yoga for longevity: learning asana modifications for injury prevention and rehabilitation
– Observing and understanding bodies
– Purpose and use of props
– Hands-on adjustments and assists to educate your students
– Cultivating clear languaging and communication as a teacher
– Essential pranayama techniques to refine your attention and shift vital energy
– Tools to focus your mind for contemplation, introspection and meditation
– Philosophical and spiritual themes as integral, inseparable elements of the yoga practice
– Applied anatomy and physiology of the physical and subtle energy body
– History and philosophy through study of ancient yoga texts and literature
– Basic Sanskrit
– Learning, living and embodying the yogic ethical observances, both on and off the mat
– Building and cultivating your life-long home practice
– Intensives and training modules include Ayurveda, Sanskrit, Bhakti, Ethics, Restorative yoga, Yin Yoga, Pre-Natal, Yoga Wall, Introduction to Holistic Nutrition and Sound Healing.
– Business of yoga

Trainings consist of more than 300-hours content.

Suggested experience / requirements

– Participants are encouraged to have a 1-year minimum yoga practice
– No prior teaching experience required
– Physical limitations, injuries and stiffness are OK
– An open-mind and willingness to participate in group learning as well as in self-inquiry process
– Ability to give and receive feedback skillfully
– Patience, dedication, compassion and motivation

Training materials

– Free classes at Yyoga for duration of the training
– Yyoga teacher training manual and workbook included
– Required books (list will be provided prior to start)
– Suggested books (list will be provided prior to start)