Balance your Body, Mind and Soul
Mental health and wellbeing in dancing and sport.
As these times are very challenging for everyone, it is even more important to bring focus, peace and harmony into every part of the daily life to build up a strong mind and resilience.
Your teacher and coach Mira Amadea is a registered and certified dance and yoga teacher.
She developed a special program for dancers and athletes to balance the dancers´ body.
Available for all dancers and abilities
Online Classes due to COVID-19
Price →Drop-In Class: 10 Euros
Gentle yoga flow
Gentle yoga lies somewhere along the spectrum between flow and a class that is mostly seated or with long holds (such as restorative or yin yoga). It is is geared specifically for those new to yoga or those who are interested in a gentle practice. This class incorporates simple flowing sequences to warm up the body, as well as slower paced movements focusing on alignment, strength, balance, and flexibility. Each class will end with an extended period of relaxation. This class is appropriate for anyone of any age, shape or size.
No experience or flexibility required.
This particular type of yoga was popularized in the 1990s and marked the start of yoga being perceived as a physically intense workout rather than a purely meditative practice.
Power yoga goes through a sequence of poses dependent on the teacher, with a quick pace and rhythm between postures. Rather than focusing on stillness and meditation, it places importance on the body and movement. Power yoga is good for strength training because the number of planks and sun salutations you go through requires you to constantly be lifting and holding your own bodyweight. Studios can also be heated like a yoga flow class based on the instructor’s preference, but either way, in power yoga muscles warm up quickly, and each position helps develop strength, alignment, and flexibility.
No experience required