English Yoga Berlin Class Schedule
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Please read the Berlin guidelines for how to practice yoga during this pandemic. We offer both Hatha Yoga and Vinyasa yoga as hybrid classes.
To comply with the Berlin state’s updated regulations, ALL yoga classes in person must be held as 2G+ classes. A self-test or one done at our studio is not enough, you need to go to a certified test center.
Groups are limited to 10 people, allowing for individual attention to each student. This means that all our English yoga classes are suitable to first-timers as well as intermediate and advanced students, allowing them to enjoy the many yoga benefits available in this format. You have your own experience. For hygiene reasons, please bring a clean towel to place over the studio mats or your own mat. Come early to secure your place and to settle-in before class.
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18:00 Hatha Yoga
Nov 2 @ 18:00 – 19:30
Hatha Yoga in English -Weekly Class for all levels. This Hatha Yoga in English class is a gentle yoga for all levels. Pinelopi, the teacher, guides the students to stay present with their bodies throughout the whole class. Each class ends with a deep relaxation. The class mainly consists of …
18:00 Hatha Yoga Hybrid Class
Hatha Yoga Hybrid Class
Nov 4 @ 18:00 – 19:30
Hatha Yoga in English -Hybrid Weekly Class for all levels. This Hatha Yoga in English class is a gentle yoga for all levels. Pinelopi, the teacher, guides the students to stay present with their bodies throughout the whole class. Each class ends with a deep relaxation. This is a hybrid …
20:00 Advanced Hatha Yoga
Advanced Hatha Yoga
Nov 4 @ 20:00 – 21:30
This class is for advanced Hatha Yoga students. Although the asanas are a little bit more challenging, the term advanced here refers more to the ability to focus on an image, stay with the breath, bring mindfulness into the practice and respect one’s limits. Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, spaces …