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    Urban Yoga Center has developed a series of courses based on different yoga systems. Depending on your own personal needs, our teachers can suggest the right course for you. To enjoy the maximum potential benefits, you need to attend regularly and to consistently and accurately do the exercises and practices. You’ll gradually discover the true inner you and your potential, you will relax and see life from a different perspective, and experience a spiritual and physical rebirth.

    • Yoga Lab I
    • Vinyasana Yoga Flow
    • Prana Vinyasa Flow
    • Meditation & Pranayama (breathing)
    • Iyengar
    • Therapeutic Iyengar Yoga
    • Kid's Yoga
    • Prenatal Yoga
    • Breathe and Silence

    Yoga Lab I

    Within a safe setting, the course aims to create a suitable space where you can unwind and come into contact with your entire potential on all levels, from the most inner to the most outer. 

    As you receive instructions during the poses (asanas) the aim is to clearly understand

    a. your connection to the line of the spinal cord

    b. the ways in which energy can flow down the central channel and

    c. how that energy expresses itself via the body. Areas that feel shut off or blocked open up to the free flow of energy and the physical body fills with strength and vitality.

    • Tools - techniques: Asanas (poses) - Pranayama (breath control)  
    • Level: Suitable for students of all levels

    Vinyasana Yoga Flow


    Prana Vinyasa Flow

    Prana Vinyasa Flow is an energetic, creative approach to experiencing yoga flow which draws on the movement of Prana (vital energy). The most important factor in teaching Vinyasa Flow is to create a connection to the movements of Prana, which are as uninterrupted as breath. 

    It’s a method that was developed by Shiva Rea and offers 40 different namaskars and 64 creative and effective sequences to bring vitality, rejuvenation, connection and fluidity into your body and life. Flow in classes is created through cycles, connected via breath, from the opening movement meditation to the namaskars, through core cultivation, exploration of energetic alignment within the mandala of asanas, mudras, pranayama and meditation. It’s a dynamic yet also meditative journey suitable both for beginners and more advanced practitioners.

    • Tools - techniques: Asanas (poses) - Mudras (different hand positions) - Pranayama (breathing techniques) - Meditation
    • Level: Suitable for students of all levels

    Meditation & Pranayama (breathing)

    Students and teachers meet up to raise their vibration and “clear” their energy flow. 

    The aim of the class is to help the mind attain peace and open the chakras, to bring to the surface

    a. realizations about how you can live your life more fully and

    b. spiritual experiences that showcase the full range of the human experience. The class starts with some brief theoretical information on the chosen topic for that day and continues with suitable breathing techniques for each case to open the door to the meditative practice that follows. 

    • Tools - techniques: Pranayama (breathing techniques) - Meditation
    • Level: Suitable for all levels 


    Iyengar yoga was developed thanks to the innovative work of B.K.S. Iyengar who freed classical asanas from Indian mysticism and who -with the use of props- made them suitable for Westerners looking for a clearer understanding of what happens when practicing an asana. 

    A typical Iyengar yoga course focuses on the precision and detail of the movements, proper alignment of the asanas, studying the action and resistance of muscles essential to attain focus. Emphasis is placed on breath awareness in each pose, to intensify the experience. Through regular practice, students overcome physical and mental/emotional constraints, and develop a deep awareness of their own body, strength, control and patience, and achieve physical and mental harmony. 

    • Tools - techniques: Asanas (poses) - Pranayama (breathing techniques) - Alignment techniques - Props 
    • Level: Suitable for all levels  

    Therapeutic Iyengar Yoga

    Yoga starts to become therapeutic when you understand the body as a whole and how it functions. One major aspect of yoga therapy is that it teaches us to control the impact of our brain on our body. 
    Energy is directed from the brain to various parts of the body in the form of vital energy. By practicing yoga (which is based on selected asanas that strengthen specific parts of the body), the brain learns to be calm and passive, to accept pain and not to fight it. In doing so, the energy that would otherwise be spent on combating pain, and the stress it creates, is channeled into the healing process. Therapeutic yoga can relieve parts of the body that have been injured or simply ignored. The overall aim is to train the brain and body to work in harmony. In this practice, the therapeutic and meditative benefits arise from implementing a sequence of asanas and pranayama in succession, with emphasis on alignment and technique, as well as on synchronization. To help achieve its therapeutic goals, Iyengar Yoga uses props to support students.

    • Tools - Techniques:  Asanas (poses) - Alignment techniques
    • Levels: Suitable for all levels 

    Kid's Yoga

    The Kids' Yoga class combines play with yoga. During the hour-long class, yoga poses (asanas) done in pairs or groups are mixed with uplifting music, yoga games and lots of laughs. 

    Yoga practice helps kids feel part of a healthy, non-competitive team. This playful class ends with a brief relaxation or activities that encourage kids to shut their eyes and unwind. “Kids yoga is a great journey into the heart of kids.”

    • Tools - Techniques Asanas (poses) - Breathing techniques
    • Level: Suitable for kids aged 4 to 11

    Prenatal Yoga

    Prenatal yoga classes give you the chance to cultivate more vitality and awareness of your body now that it is home for two (or more). Gentle asanas (yoga poses) help you build mental and physical strength, resulting in the pelvic floor being released and opened.

    Using breathing, visualization and meditation techniques, you deepen your relationship with your baby, as you prepare to embrace the role of mother, and also awaken your inner calm and self-confidence. The aim is to help you feel strong throughout the entire pregnancy, while also staying connected to the spiritual side of pregnancy and childbirth. That will not only make the pregnancy more pleasant in the here and now, but will also make the birthing process easier, reducing pain and increasing the joy of childbirth! No past experience is necessary. Start at any time!

    • Tools - Techniques Gentle asanas (poses) - Breathing techniques
    • Level: No past experience is necessary. Start at any time!

    Breathe and Silence

    Our breath is the life-giving force that keeps us alive. Breathing or Prana,  gives us an inexhaustible field of continuous rhythm and sound that enriches our perception on the physical, mental and emotional level.

    In this lesson, we try to experience the vibration of breathing as a tool for understanding ourselves and our habits. For this purpose, we use breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation. Suitable for any yoga level.

    • Tools – Techniques: Asanas (poses) – Breathing techniques – Meditation
    • Level: Suitable for all levels. You can start anytime!