All our courses and morning challenges are held in English. This is why all the information on this website is only in English.

2-week morning challenge „Embrace your Breath“ with Krishna Kumar Krishnan
Oct 16 – Oct 27, 2023
Mo-Fr 08.30–10.00
Studio Sonne (Sonnenallee 67) & ONLINE

This 2-week morning challenge is held in Studio Sonne and online via Zoom. You will receive the Zoom info to join the morning challenge together with your booking confirmation via email.

Please register here.

Join our autumn Pranayama and breathwork challenge to integrate and balance your breath into the body and the mind. Open to all yoga enthusiasts of all levels. Harness abundant of the autumn’s life force energy and direct it towards your inner and outer personal transformation.
This 2-week challenge is addressed to those who would like to progress with their breathwork alongside their physical health and well-being. It is ideal for those who want to integrate the Prāṇāyāma practice into their daily life. 

More information here.

10-Week Hatha Yoga Präventionskurs: „From Earth to Water“ with Marta Palombo
Oct 10 – Dec 12
Tue 16.30-17.45
Gelber Raum (Mariannenstr. 48)
145 €  

Please register here.

We will meet weekly for a Hatha Yoga practice, which will include postures and movements (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama), sounds (mantra) and guided meditations. Everyone is welcome to join, with any or no prior yoga experience. 

The practice will have a focus on the first and second chakra. Muladhara and Svadhisthana regulate our relationship with security, support, and pleasure. Our strength and vitality have the space to flourish when we are neither too contracted, nor too relaxed. The fluidity of Water is based on the solidity of Earth.

Physically, this is the region of the pelvic girdle and pelvic floor, and their connection to feet, legs, lower belly and lumbar vertebrae. The practice will include elements from Pelvic Floor Yoga®, as taught by Leslie Howard, and can bring awareness to experiences of weak pelvic floor (both tight and loose).

More info here.