Yoga, the union within the diversity, the meaning behind the meaning, the unity between being and consciousnesses.
There are many ways and various methods to go through the process and walk the path of conscious being. Yoga is so vast and as such it would be impossible to cover all the different approaches.
We decided to concentrate on a few specific methods and approached so that together with you we’ll be able to explore and deepen the understanding through those methods and find peaceful and quite moments of unity

The modern world floods us with such a vast variety and options to choose from in any given moment of our life up to a point where even the smallest decision has to be thought about and considered. As such we decided it would be better to offer a smaller variaty to allow an easier decision with less contemplation and confusion.

We greatly cherish, respect and admire the various yoga practices and yet decided to focus in the studio at a specific set of approaches. We practice at the studio Hatha yoga, and more specifically Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Vijinna



The Ashtanga practice method is characterized by its dynamic style that allows the creation of internal heat, sweating and cleansing of toxins. Ashtanga is built on a series of fixed position based on ancient yoga tradition revived by Sri Patthabi Jois. The Key elements in the Ashtanga practice read more…



Vinyasa yoga is a yoga method that integrates various practices of the Hatha yoga. The focus in the vinyasa practice flow is coordination between breathing and movement. The literal meaning of the word Vinyasa is the linking of body movement with breath. The Vinyasa class can be very similar read more…

All dogs lead to the mat



The class focuses on the basic elements of the yoga practice. In the class you will learn about the basic asanas (poses) in a very thorough way. The class allows new students to easily enter the yoga realm whilst the more experience student can always join the class and go back to basics, read more…

self practice

Mysore – Self Practice

Mysore style is the traditional way to practice Ashtanga and was originated by Pattabhi Jois who’s yoga shala was located in the city of Mysore in the south of India, hence the name Mysore style. The way the class is being taught and lead is based on how yoga used to be taught in the past, one-on-one read more…