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Classes

Classes

Schedule

Welcome to Lotos Yoga Berlin

Glad you found us! Please sign up for a lesson here in the schedule. 

We have a vast yoga offering with over 100 classes per week at our two locations in Friedrichshain and online. Visit us at our main location Mainzer Straße 21 or at the Yoga Loft Scharnweber Straße 30 in the quiet, green backyard. 

Please pay attention to which studio the class takes place in, so you are at the right location. Both studios are close by and only a 3 minute walk away. 

Our team is looking forward to meeting you! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. 

 

Our Classes

Level I

Beginners / Intermediate

Great if you are new to Yoga or are looking for a slow relaxing yoga flow.

Level II

Intermediate

A fun, challenging yoga flow that will strengthen and stretch the body

Level III

Intermediate / Challenging

A Yoga class which will challenge you with inversions, arm balances, a great way to deepen your practice.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is a style of yoga that incorporates a lot of different styles and techniques together. It is an old technique that incorporates lots of asanas (yoga positions) and pranayama (breathing activities), which help carry harmony to the psyche and body, setting up the body for more intense practices.

In a Hatha Yoga class you can expect a delicate and slow flow which is perfect for beginners and people who are inclined towards a more relaxed style where they will hold positions for longer.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is a style of yoga described by flowing asanas together so you move starting with one then onto the next, flawlessly, guided by your breath. Vinyasa classes offer an wide range of stances and no two classes are ever the same.

Vinyasa Yoga will assists with building up a balanced body just as well as protecting against repetitive movement injuries that can occur if you are doing the same movement every day.

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Teacher

Yoga Nidra is type of guided meditation otherwise called “yogic sleep”. It’s typically practiced in Savasana (Corpse Pose) with a teacher guiding the class. The class draws our awareness inwards, and we practice how to move between attentiveness and rest, where our body discovers its regular condition of harmony (homeostasis). The breath adjusts and becomes calm, rhythmic and quite. This allows us to discover more about the conscious and unconscious parts of our brain.

Yin Yoga & TCM

Yin yoga works deep into our bodies tissue, with longer-held asanas.

Yin yoga focuses on the bodies deep tissues, our connective tissues – tendons, joints, bones, and the deep fascia networks of the body – instead of the muscles.

Enthusiastically, Yin yoga improves the energy stream, enhancing the chi in the organs. To be healthy, we need healthy organs just as healthy muscles. Yin yoga likewise offers brilliant emotional wellness benefits.

Kinder Yoga

Children Playing
Yoga is a hugely beneficial exercise for children of all ages, Our Kinder Yoga class combines movement, education with certain physical exercises (asana) from classical yoga that corresponds to the age and nature of children and encourages the development of children .A children’s yoga course is therefore different from an adult Yoga course in that the children do the physical exercises in playful, imitating animal poses and sensory exercises.
 
 
 

Pre and Post Natal Yoga

Women Stretching

Yoga can help a lot with preparing for child birth and restrengthening the muscles afterwards.
Practicing yoga prenatal can help with: Improving sleep, reducing stress and anxiety, strength and flexibility of the muscles need for childbirth and decreasing lower back pain, nausea and  headaches.

After pregnancy restabilising and restrengthen the body is a very important part of recovery. Our Post Natal yoga classes are designed to help with the healing process, bond with your baby and relieve any emotional or physical side effects.

Satyananda Yoga

People Practicing Yoga

Satyananda Yoga is a style of yoga created by Sri Master Satyananda Saraswati and his ancestry, which comes from ancient and traditional sources. Satyananda Yoga is practiced in a traditional way, asanas (postures) to create harmony in the body and mind through the movement of  the physical body, pranayama (breathing practices) to work on the energetic body (equated with Ki or Chi in other systems), and meditation to create stillness and focus the mind. It also takes a broader outlook by teaching and encouraging yogic lifestyles.

 
 
 

Healthy Back Yoga

Yoga Nidra Stretch

Yoga is a mind-body therapy that’s often recommended to treat not only back pain but the stress that accompanies it. The appropriate poses can relax and strengthen your body.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is a style of yoga that incorporates a lot of different styles and techniques together. It is an old technique that incorporates lots of asanas (yoga positions) and pranayama (breathing activities), which help carry harmony to the psyche and body, setting up the body for more intense practices.

In a Hatha Yoga class you can expect a delicate and slow flow which is perfect for beginners and people who are inclined towards a more relaxed style where they will hold positions for longer.

Vinyasa is a style of yoga described by flowing asanas together so you move starting with one then onto the next, flawlessly, guided by your breath. Vinyasa classes offer an wide range of stances and no two classes are ever the same.

Vinyasa Yoga will assists with building up a balanced body just as well as protecting against repetitive movement injuries that can occur if you are doing the same movement every day.

Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Teacher

Yoga Nidra is type of guided meditation otherwise called “yogic sleep”. It’s typically practiced in Savasana (Corpse Pose) with a teacher guiding the class. The class draws our awareness inwards, and we practice how to move between attentiveness and rest, where our body discovers its regular condition of harmony (homeostasis). The breath adjusts and becomes calm, rhythmic and quite. This allows us to discover more about the conscious and unconscious parts of our brain.

Yin yoga works deep into our bodies tissue, with longer-held asanas.

Yin yoga focuses on the bodies deep tissues, our connective tissues – tendons, joints, bones, and the deep fascia networks of the body – instead of the muscles.

Enthusiastically, Yin yoga improves the energy stream, enhancing the chi in the organs. To be healthy, we need healthy organs just as healthy muscles. Yin yoga likewise offers brilliant emotional wellness benefits.

Yin Yoga & TCM

Kinder Yoga

Children Playing
Yoga is a hugely beneficial exercise for children of all ages, Our Kinder Yoga class combines movement, education with certain physical exercises (asana) from classical yoga that corresponds to the age and nature of children and encourages the development of children .A children’s yoga course is therefore different from an adult Yoga course in that the children do the physical exercises in playful, imitating animal poses and sensory exercises.
 
 
 

Yoga can help a lot with preparing for child birth and restrengthening the muscles afterwards.
Practicing yoga prenatal can help with: Improving sleep, reducing stress and anxiety, strength and flexibility of the muscles need for childbirth and decreasing lower back pain, nausea and  headaches.

After pregnancy restabilising and restrengthen the body is a very important part of recovery. Our Post Natal yoga classes are designed to help with the healing process, bond with your baby and relieve any emotional or physical side effects.

Pre and Post Natal Yoga

Women Stretching

Satyananda Yoga

People Practicing Yoga

Satyananda Yoga is a style of yoga created by Sri Master Satyananda Saraswati and his ancestry, which comes from ancient and traditional sources. Satyananda Yoga is practiced in a traditional way, asanas (postures) to create harmony in the body and mind through the movement of  the physical body, pranayama (breathing practices) to work on the energetic body (equated with Ki or Chi in other systems), and meditation to create stillness and focus the mind. It also takes a broader outlook by teaching and encouraging yogic lifestyles.

 
 
 

Yoga is a mind-body therapy that’s often recommended to treat not only back pain but the stress that accompanies it. The appropriate poses can relax and strengthen your body.

Healthy Back Yoga

Yoga Nidra Stretch