Prana Yoga Flow Basic

Prana Yoga Flow is quite an energetic (yang) kind of yoga, which aims at creating a solid and strong base and centre (“core”) of the body, freedom for the shoulders and the heart-area, and stillness and clarity in the mind. This kind of yoga is ideal for those who like physical activity, who want to move in a healthy and conscious way and who also wish to cultivate strength, flexibility and stamina.
Prana Yoga Flow has a heating, activating effect.

Type of class Duration Yin/Yang Rhythm Effect
Prana Yoga Flow 90 min Yang Moderate, dynamic Heating, fortifying

Prana Yoga Flow Basic in Schaarbeek

Group classes on
Monday evening from 19h00 until 20h30 (7pm till 8.30pm)
Wednesday evening from 19h00 until 20h30 (7pm till 8.30pm)

Upcoming classes Prana Yoga Flow Basic

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Sep 2019

Date/Time Class/Workshop
16/09/2019 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Prana Yoga Flow Basic on Monday Evening , Yoga Kitchen, Brussels
18/09/2019 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Prana Yoga Flow Basic Wednesday Evening , Yoga Kitchen, Brussels
23/09/2019 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Prana Yoga Flow Basic on Monday Evening , Yoga Kitchen, Brussels
25/09/2019 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Prana Yoga Flow Basic Wednesday Evening , Yoga Kitchen, Brussels
30/09/2019 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Prana Yoga Flow Basic on Monday Evening , Yoga Kitchen, Brussels
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Physically speaking, Prana Yoga Flow will render you more flexible, but also stronger. Your muscles will be stimulated to develop lengthwise and they will develop equal power along all sides of the body and the limbs. This will as well enhance the balance and health of your joints. You will learn how to stand solid and more conscious, and you will develop greater consciousness regarding your breathing.
After a class of Prana Yoga Flow you will feel yourself amazingly well grounded in your physical body. The after effect of the class lasts for days.

Class Sequence

In Prana Yoga Flow all six main functions of a physical yoga practice are present. The tool to nourish and strengthen those functions is the yoga posture or asana.
The asanas in the Prana Yoga Flow Basic classes are chosen from a series of 32 different postures and their variations.

The postures are connected to each other in a fluent and rhythmic manner by means of intermediate movements, called vinyasas. Our breath is the “power engine”, the driving vital force that creates and supports movement and posture. We start a session with some breathing exercises, then we go through a warm-up with different kinds of sun salutations. The series itself is made of standing, sitting, lying and inverted postures followed by a calming end series. We work with ujjayi-breath and with the conscious contraction of certain muscle goups, called the bandha’s. We end our class with a short moment of meditation and a deep relaxation lying on our backs.

In the Prana Yoga Flow Basic classes we learn the different basic postures and we gradually learn how to link them in a fluent manner. Quite often we make space for a bit of “technical” information about functions and postures. We prudently integrate the more demanding postures such as the inversions in a safe and secure manner.

A class takes one and a half hour.