Yoga class schedule
The studio is open! We have both in-studio and online classes.
Please use your own mat. Guidelines for safe practice at the studio.
How to register and sign up for a class:
You can register via the schedule on our website, or via the Eversports App. Look up the class you want to join, click on Join Now, and proceed. If you have a valid pass the class will automatically be deducted from your pass. If you need to purchase a new subscription, you can choose from the various options available.
How to access an online class on Zoom?
Go into your account in Eversports. Under My Bookings you will find the class you have reserved, and a link to the live stream (“Go to online stream now”). The link becomes available 15 minutes before the starting time. By clicking on the link you will be redirected to Zoom.
Cancellation period for in-studio reservations
In-studio class bookings must be cancelled at least 24 hours in advance. To cancel a reservation in Eversports, log into your account and find the class under “Bookings”. Cancellations made less than 24 hours before class will be charged to your pass. If you have an unlimited pass, please also observe the 24-hour cancellation window to avoid your pass getting blocked.
If this is your first time with us, you first need to create an account in Eversports either via our website or using the Eversports App. Then, choose which type of subscription you want – a single class, 10-class pass, or unlimited pass. Special trial passes are available in-studio, and your first trial class online is free of charge.
In case of any difficulty please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call us on +32 490 459260.
This is the classic dynamic Sampoorna hatha yoga class suitable for everyone. Beginners are guided and more advanced students provided with suggestions to deepen their practice. The class includes breathing exercises, warming-up and strengthening exercises, yoga postures and a deep final relaxation.
This class is slightly slower-paced and offers more detailed instruction than the All Levels class. The practice concentrates on the 12 basic yoga postures of the Sampoorna/Sivananda tradition, and includes breathing exercises, warming-up and strengthening exercises, yoga postures and a deep final relaxation.
Vinyasa Flow introduces you to the beauty of flowing sequences and how to connect you breath with your movements. This class will focus on energizing your body through core strenghth and dynamic flows. Explore your body through movement in a light and playful way and improve your flexibility while learning how to use your breath in a healing way.
A perfect complement to a more dynamic practice. The slow moving, deep stretching and meditative Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Poses are held for 2-5 minutes.
Yoga for Back Pain
This class is an adapted version of the classic Sampoorna Yoga class for people who suffer from mild back pain.
We will go through the full class always paying attention to modification of asanas to prevent or avoid aggravating back pain.
If you have an acute or strong back pain condition it is better to rest, and not take a yoga class. But if you have just mild back pain, or your back gets easily “irritated” by yoga, this class gives you some tools to practice mindfully and with respect to your back.
Prenatal yoga practice provides the ideal opportunity to reconnect with the changing shapes of the pregnant body whilst helping to maintain strength and posture. Classes include gentle yoga exercises for pregnancy, breath work, and meditation to support and nourish the journey of pregnancy to delivery. Breathing techniques and soundings are used as a powerful tool to connect to oneself and the baby as well as to increase energy stores and feelings of rejuvenation. Suitable from 12 weeks to delivery.