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Teacher : Lilyan

The combination of Breathwork & Soundbath can help with

  • Deep rest & relaxation
  • Balancing of the nervous system
  • Emotional Release
  • Letting go of anxiety & trauma
  • Clear mind, clarity of thoughts & breakthroughs
  • Self-Love

Everyone can benefit from letting their prana flow. A complete focus on Breath, Mindfulness & Meditation to find that delicate balance of our physcial, mental & emotional wellbeng.

About the session:

Come join our rejuvenating breathwork & soundbath class in a cozy setting filled with gongs, crystal bowls or other amazing sound healing instruments. All you have to do is come, the rest will naturally happen. No skills required. Just your intention.

About the teacher:

Over the past 20 years, Lilyan has immersed herself in many areas (Kundalini yoga, licensed prenatal yoga teacher & mommy and me in Los Angeles; Reiki; psychotherapy; life coaching; private soundbaths/yoga/ mediation classes; Oneness blessing; Gong etc). 

In her own words:

I have experienced many soundbaths (in LA, Amsterdam) and taken an awful lot of classes on sound, yoga and meditation. My whole being feels ready to give back. 

Giving soundbaths to groups is something that fills my heart and has long felt like that which belongs to me. The sound of my gongs, the singing bowls, the crystal bowls, chimes, rainstick, shrutibox and more, will surround people with frequencies of sounds that are healing (as evidenced by research), surround them with a bath of love and can prompt people to a path of healing. 

If the combination of a breathing class is given, another dimension of healing can be added, first releasing the toxins and then starting the relaxation of the soundbath.

This is not yet being done in Amstelveen, and I would love to start this.

Frank  will join Lilyan for the special spring edition in April 🙂


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Teacher : Fora
Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching.

During the long holds of restorative yoga, your muscles are allowed to relax deeply. It’s a unique feeling because props, rather than your muscles, are used to support your body. Restorative classes are very mellow, making them a good complement to more active practices (as well as our busy lives) and an excellent antidote to stress. Stillness is a powerful practice.

Clinical research into restorative yoga has found that it can decrease depression; improve symptoms of anxiety, depression, and pain symptoms; and help patients manage the toxicity of cancer treatments.


Teacher : Pushpa

This 90 minutes session will be hosted by our experienced teachers, guide you through the techniques & preparatory postures to build the strength, stability & practice needed to balance a specific posture.


Teacher : Pushpa

As part of Dhyana & Samadhi series of June, this 90 minutes Mantras workshop will be hosted by our experienced teacher Pushpa.

A Mantras workshop is a beautiful opportunity to explore the power of sacred sounds and words. Mantras are ancient, vibrational phrases or syllables that hold deep spiritual significance.

1.     Introduction to Mantras

The workshop typically begins with an introduction to the concept of mantras. Participants learn about the origins, purpose, and significance of mantras. This includes understanding how mantras are chanted, their effects on the mind, and their connection to higher consciousness.

2.     Chanting and Repetition:

Participants engage in chanting specific mantras. The facilitator guides the group through the pronunciation, rhythm, and intention behind each mantra. Chanting mantras aloud creates a powerful vibrational energy that can positively impact the practitioner’s mind, body, and spirit.

3.     Meaning and Intent:

Each mantra has a specific meaning and purpose. Participants explore the meanings behind the mantras they chant.

4.     Meditation and Stillness:

Mantras are often used during meditation. Participants learn how to integrate mantras into their meditation practice. The workshop may include silent meditation sessions where participants focus on the mantra’s vibration within.

5.     Integration into Daily Life:

The workshop emphasizes integrating Yoga & mantras into daily routines. Participants learn how to incorporate chanting into their morning rituals, yoga practice, or moments of reflection.

Remember that the power of mantras lies not only in their sound but also in the intention and devotion with which they are practiced. Whether you’re seeking inner peace, healing, or spiritual growth, a Mantras workshop can be a transformative experience.

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Yoga Styles

Explore The Styles Of Yoga



Hatha yoga is a branch of yoga that uses physical techniques to try to preserve and channel vital force or energy.



Iyengar Yoga, named after and developed by B. K. S. Iyengar, and described in his bestselling 1966 book Light on Yoga, is a form of yoga as exercise that has an emphasis on detail, precision and alignment in the performance of yoga postures (asanas).



Restorative Yoga is the practice of asanas, each held for longer than in conventional yoga as exercise classes, often with the support of props such as folded blankets, to relax the body, reduce stress, and often to prepare for pranayama.



vinyasa is a smooth transition between asanas in flowing styles of modern yoga as exercise such as Vinyasa Krama Yoga and Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, especially when movement is paired with the breath.


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