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Programs Morning Classes

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Morning Classes

Throughout the year 1-hour drop-in classes are held in the early morning. These can usually be combined with many other of the more substantial programs you choose to do during the day.

January 2015
Yin Flow

In Yin flow we stretch, compress and twist our bodies.
The focus is on allowing the muscles to relax, regaining flexibility in the connective tissues and the joints.
We stay long in the poses, find the right depth and become aware of our sensations, thoughts and feelings.

  • Jan 30, 2015 ~
Zen Archery

Kyudo, the Way of the Bow, works with posture, movement, breathing techniques and the energy of the Hara Center, to release the arrow from a state of let-go.

A meditation to learn to use your Hara and breath, and to tune into your verticality.

  • Jan 30, 2015 ~
  • Jan 31, 2015 ~
Tai Chi

This short form is designed to introduce the basics of Tai Chi and its principles at any level. Based on Yang-Style Tai Chi, the form evolved from more traditional approaches, with an emphasis on fluidity, dynamics, relaxation and internal flow throughout the body.

To help the learning process and the integration of OSHO Form, we use different Taoists aspects of Push-Hands, as well as visualization and relaxation.

  • Jan 31, 2015 ~
Yang Flow

Synchronising breath with movement, in a smooth way poses (asana's) run together and become a dance.
This is for all and boosts physical strength, stamina and flexibility.
You will experience the relationship between movement and stillness.

  • Jan 31, 2015 ~
February 2015
Chi Gong

A great way to start the day! Wake up and move your energy through breathing, body alignment, and soft movement.
Chi Gong is an ancient healing art form China. With slow yet very energizing movement, it helps to strengthen the body as it relaxes the mind.
Simple and enjoyable for everyone from 15 to 115 years old!

  • Feb 1, 2015 ~
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  • Feb 26, 2015 ~
Music Studio

Singing supports the opening of the fourth chakra - the heart - and enhances internal joy and health of the body/mind. In this class we deepen our understanding of music, including singing and composition, and go inside in meditation with sounds and songs, with dance and joy.

  • Feb 1, 2015 ~
  • Feb 8, 2015 ~
  • Feb 15, 2015 ~
  • Feb 22, 2015 ~
Zen Archery

Kyudo, the Way of the Bow, works with posture, movement, breathing techniques and the energy of the Hara Center, to release the arrow from a state of let-go.

A meditation to learn to use your Hara and breath, and to tune into your verticality.

  • Feb 1, 2015 ~
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  • Feb 17, 2015 ~
  • Feb 20, 2015 ~
  • Feb 21, 2015 ~
  • Feb 22, 2015 ~
  • Feb 24, 2015 ~
  • Feb 27, 2015 ~
  • Feb 28, 2015 ~
Tai Chi

This short form is designed to introduce the basics of Tai Chi and its principles at any level. Based on Yang-Style Tai Chi, the form evolved from more traditional approaches, with an emphasis on fluidity, dynamics, relaxation and internal flow throughout the body.

To help the learning process and the integration of OSHO Form, we use different Taoists aspects of Push-Hands, as well as visualization and relaxation.

  • Feb 2, 2015 ~
  • Feb 4, 2015 ~
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  • Feb 25, 2015 ~
  • Feb 28, 2015 ~
Whirling Practice

-Whirling is one of the most ancient techniques, one of the most forceful. It is so deep that even a single experience can make you totally different. Whirl with open eyes, just like small children go on twirling, as if your inner being has become a center and your whole body has become a wheel, moving, a potter’s wheel, moving. You are in the center, but the whole body is moving.- Osho

  • Feb 2, 2015 ~
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  • Feb 9, 2015 ~
  • Feb 10, 2015 ~
  • Feb 12, 2015 ~
  • Feb 16, 2015 ~
  • Feb 17, 2015 ~
  • Feb 19, 2015 ~
  • Feb 23, 2015 ~
  • Feb 24, 2015 ~
  • Feb 26, 2015 ~
Yin Flow

In Yin flow we stretch, compress and twist our bodies.
The focus is on allowing the muscles to relax, regaining flexibility in the connective tissues and the joints.
We stay long in the poses, find the right depth and become aware of our sensations, thoughts and feelings.

  • Feb 3, 2015 ~
  • Feb 6, 2015 ~
  • Feb 10, 2015 ~
  • Feb 13, 2015 ~
  • Feb 17, 2015 ~
  • Feb 20, 2015 ~
  • Feb 24, 2015 ~
  • Feb 27, 2015 ~
Yang Flow

Synchronising breath with movement, in a smooth way poses (asana's) run together and become a dance.
This is for all and boosts physical strength, stamina and flexibility.
You will experience the relationship between movement and stillness.

  • Feb 4, 2015 ~
  • Feb 7, 2015 ~
  • Feb 11, 2015 ~
  • Feb 14, 2015 ~
  • Feb 18, 2015 ~
  • Feb 21, 2015 ~
  • Feb 25, 2015 ~
  • Feb 28, 2015 ~
March 2015
Chi Gong

A great way to start the day! Wake up and move your energy through breathing, body alignment, and soft movement.
Chi Gong is an ancient healing art form China. With slow yet very energizing movement, it helps to strengthen the body as it relaxes the mind.
Simple and enjoyable for everyone from 15 to 115 years old!

  • Mar 1, 2015 ~
Music Studio

Singing supports the opening of the fourth chakra - the heart - and enhances internal joy and health of the body/mind. In this class we deepen our understanding of music, including singing and composition, and go inside in meditation with sounds and songs, with dance and joy.

  • Mar 1, 2015 ~
Zen Archery

Kyudo, the Way of the Bow, works with posture, movement, breathing techniques and the energy of the Hara Center, to release the arrow from a state of let-go.

A meditation to learn to use your Hara and breath, and to tune into your verticality.

  • Mar 1, 2015 ~
Vinyasa Flow

Synchronising breath with movement, in a smooth way poses (asana's) run together and become a dance.
This is for all and boosts physical strength, stamina and flexibility.
You will experience the relationship between movement and stillness.

  • Mar 3, 2015 ~