Sun Salutation Y

At the beginning of the session I like to do sun salutations to warm up. If I haven’t done twelve I’m really less flexible. Usually I do the hatha sun salutation like I learnt at my teacher training, but I also like the explosiveness of the ashtanga vinyasa variation. So …

How to make a yoga sequence (I)

This is one of the most interesting questions when becoming a yoga teacher. How to make a sequence. There are several ways. Working with waves and peak poses, concentration on a body part or following the energy fields in the body, the so called chakras. This is the way I’ve …

Towards hero pose

Normally I cannot bring my buttocks to my heels. My quads (especially the vastus lateralis) are too short and my knee is too stiff. The most classical way is to put a rolled towel in the back of the knees or a block under the buttocks. Gradually in time you …

Yin poses

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more (Wikipedia) With the help of Tummee and …

Kids’ Yoga for Nam

Today I was in the park and little Nam (7 years) was very interested in all the (acro)yogi’s. When I asked him if he also wanted to do some yoga he shook his head enthusiastically. Since we both didn’t understand each other, I taught with demonstrating, hand signs and humming. …

YepYoga introclass

I combined sequences I’ve made before with the knowledge I have now to make a new YepYoga intro class for (absolute) beginners. Perfect to use at the camping or popup places.

90 minutes class

This is the class Elene and I designed, prepared and taught as exam at our yoga teacher training. It will take around 90 minutes to teach. As self practice it will take around 60 minutes.

60 min class

Just made this class for my course with the yoga sequence builder of tummee.com. It will take around 60 minutes to teach.