In Calmness lies the strength – Asana Yoga
Asanas strengthen body and mind.
Asanas are the resting positions in yoga. However, it is not only the postures themselves that are important, but also the correct way of entering and dissolving them. The quality comes from correct breathing, which is one of the most important basics in yoga. If you breathe correctly and are active in the Asana position, you learn to clear your mind. Now, you might think that these poses are just relaxing. Quite the opposite! Many of the yoga Asanas are practiced with active muscle tension and are only really correct when the body is consciously held while doing so. A Yoga Asana is e.g., also the “plank” (Chaturanga Dandasana), which is popular among fitness fans today.
Different breathing techniques and the training of deep-lying, but essential muscle groups are the common thread throughout the entire training.
Wake Up Yoga
The session is ideally suited for yoga beginners or for yogis who want to strengthen their basics. The postures (Asanas) in this class are combined to create a balanced practice that strengthens and relaxes the body at the same time.
The main focus is on learning the basic postures and the correct breathing techniques-step by step. With regular yoga practice, you will feel how you become more powerful after a while and your body will noticeably gain flexibility.
As a special highlight, a final relaxation with the heavenly sounds of a crystal singing bowl follows at the end of each unit.
Yoga & Meditation
In addition, one of the focuses is on grounding and practicing an upright posture for good balance. This is not only physical, but also mental. Self-control and body awareness are increased through longer lasting exercises. This ultimately leads to great mental strength as well.
There are different types of workouts that are good for clearing the mind. Likewise, there are many workouts that get the body out and exercised. However, there are hardly more suitable courses than yoga, where in one exercise session body and mind are not only trained, but also connected at the same time. Yoga is recommended for those who want to leave their everyday stress behind, or who notice that their health is already close to the limit.
Hatha yoga is especially suitable for beginners and yogis who are looking for a calm balance to the stressful everyday life. The yoga practice also strengthens and stretches the muscles, making the body more flexible. In addition, Hatha Yoga improves body awareness and has a positive effect on the mind. This relaxes both body and mind.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
At the beginning, the mind is calmed through breathing exercises to arrive at the mat. The flowing transition into mobilization and movement of the entire body serves as preparation for our flow. The finale is formed by stretching positions and the final relaxation Shavasana. Yoga blocks and yoga straps can be used to support and intensify the practice. This yoga session is suitable for all levels, as it brings body and mind into harmony.
Bodybalance Summer Special
In this class, you have the possibility to bring external people (boyfriend/girlfriend, colleague, siblings, etc.). Bodybalance Summer Special is free of charge for ALL – at the Sandcastle in the open air. Therefore, also only in dry weather!
Ashtanga Yoga is a more intense workout than Hatha Yoga. There is a smooth transition from one exercise to the next. Ashtanga Yoga is the basis for the popular Power Yoga. Here, the exercises are basically always completed in the same order. Ashtanga is supposed to lead to more calmness and balance without meditation and calm exercises, but through sweaty training.
Find Your Balance
This harmonious unit is suitable for everyone to bring the body back into balance.
Yogalates - The best of both worlds
Yogalates is often described as the meeting of east and west. It combines the traditional and spiritually-influenced methods of yoga with the relatively sober, posture-improving approaches of the pilates technique. Pilates stabilizes the core and alleviates postural imbalances, while yoga expands the mind. The perfect combo?