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Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga consists of postures and exercises that use all the muscles in the body. The exercises are aimed at making you aware of the tension in the body. The tension in the body is released and released again through the conscious use of breathing. When the breathing calms down and relaxes more, the muscles also relax better. As a result, the exercises gradually improve. This lesson is suitable for all levels. (lesson lasts 75 min.)

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is aimed at strengthening and relaxing connective tissue and joints. In Yin Yoga positions are held longer, so you have more time to explore and push your limits. This releases energy fields so that the lesson also provides emotional relaxation. The class is so nice because you do not have to move very intensively, but can take time for your body. This class is suitable for all levels, also good for starting yogis. (lesson lasts 75 min.)

Mindful Yoga

This form of yoga is about taking good care of yourself! Moving in the flow of breath and respecting your limits. Work in a relaxed manner with focusing attention on breathing where you let the body be your teacher (by not forcing it). It strengthens posture as well as fitness, flexibility and strength. After an hour you step into the day fresh and energetic and continue feeling refreshed and relaxed. An added bonus is that the yoga exercises in daily life help to relax more. (lesson lasts 75 min.)


Pilates ensures a balanced development of all muscle groups. Regular exercise will improve your posture, sit upright and move more smoothly. Another important benefit is that you improve the circulation and capacity of the lungs through a deep and healthy way of breathing. Furthermore, the abdomen and back muscles are strengthened which is good for posture, balance and control over the body. (lesson lasts 60 min.)

Yin Yang Yoga

A Yin Yang class focuses on relaxing and strengthening connective tissue and joints. You will be physically challenged and you will fully relax. While other yoga forms often revolve around actively tightening muscles, Yin yoga aims to release muscles as much as possible. The postures are held longer than with regular yoga. The Yin part focuses on sitting postures. The Yang part is a bit more active, here too we hold the postures longer, paying attention to both alignment and breathing. (lesson lasts 75 min.)

Hatha Allignment

Hatha Alignment is a hatha yoga class where a lot of attention is paid to the alignment of a body and proper execution of the postures. Tools are therefore regularly used to free the body from tensions. Proper alignment is only possible when you can move freely without tension. Stress, tension or life habits cause postural problems and / or back complaints that will be worked on in this lesson. Hatha postures are also performed that are regularly elaborated and aligned, taking into account the anatomy of a body. (lesson lasts 75 min.)

Easy Flow Yoga

Easy Flow Yoga is a very calm yoga style that is derived from the Ashtanga yoga form. Characteristic for Easy Flow Yoga is the soft and freer approach to the postures. The classes are more relaxing due to the alternation of dynamic and static postures. As a result, the load on your body is limited and the lessons are great for beginners and advanced learners. Central to the class is the continuous movement from one yoga posture to the next in a calm and soft 'flow', supported by your breathing. (lesson lasts 75 min.)

Yoga Dance

Yoga Dance is for everyone who enjoys and relaxes moving to music. The lesson structure and choreography has different levels. Everyone can participate at their own level and degree of intensity.

It is a form of movement where the experience is central. The choice of music plays a major role in this because music can move our emotions. We use different types of music; from Classical to Popular and from New Age to Native / Folk music.

The Yoga Dance class has a structure that can be compared in a number of ways to a dynamic yoga class. Each song focuses on a specific yoga aspect; breathing, different postures and movements, variation in energy levels and the play of attention, concentration and stillness. (lesson lasts 75 min.)


Belly, Buttocks, Legs

What is BBB?

BBB stands for abdomen, buttocks, legs and is a workout composed of strength exercises to train these three muscles. The BBB lessons are usually made up of a warming up and a core of muscle strengthening exercises for the abdomen, buttocks and legs. In contrast to insanity, the BBB lessons are not that high in intensity.  

There are a lot of muscles in the abdomen, buttocks and legs. To train all of these you obviously also need a lot of exercises. BBB is therefore the perfect fitness variant to get a strong stomach, buttocks and legs.

Who is BBB for?

BBB is popular with both men and women, as most men and women want to tackle these 'zones'. Everyone can participate, you ultimately determine your own training intensity. The participants can optionally exercise at a higher intensity to make it heavier.

Everyone can participate, whether you are a novice or experienced athlete

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