A Yoga Collective
Online & Outdoor Classes

This summer we are hosting outdoor classes in the park. For now our online livestream yoga classes are on hold. Per September we’re hosting indoor classes again. To reserve your spot, just visit our schedule and sign up for the class(es) you’d like to join.

Power Yoga & Breathwork

Breathwork (pranayama) is one of the 5 pillars of yoga according to Swami Sivananda and crucial in undergoing a full yoga class experience. That’s why every power yoga class in this series starts with just this. Afterwards, be prepared to move! We start flowing, focusing on connecting breath to movement and building heat, strength and flexibility. Challenging postures are explored including balancing poses, inversions and backbends. At least some yoga and a maintained physical condition is recommended to join this class. However, different levels are welcome and modifications will be given if needed. Every class ends with a well-deserved guided savasana (final relaxation).

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga poses are designed to bend and heal your connective tissues and are experienced as deep stretches as they increase your range of motion and clear your energetic pathways. Restorative poses give the body a calming sensation and are designed to activate your parasympathetic nervous system (your natural, nurturing ‘Rest and Digest’ state of calm). Poses are held for some time, up to 5 minutes. During the poses, you will be encouraged to stay with the breath, go inside and let go where you can. Leaving you feeling supple, content and confident. Suitable for all levels.

Vinyasa Flow

This Vinyasa Flow yoga class is for those who wants to feel strong, calm and invigorated. The ultimate realization of your ‘me-time.’ We start with an initial relaxation and work through some grounding exercises, getting out of the mind and into the body. Then we warm up the spine and the muscular system before slowly, steadily coming into our flow. The breathing becomes deeper and more focused, the body starts heating up; you’re entering the zone. Leave time and space behind and move from posture to posture, charging and stretching every muscle group in the body. You will be guided step by step and often reminded to “stay with the breath.” A well-deserved 10-minute long final relaxation will bring you to a blissful state of peace, love and acceptance.

Gentle Flow

A calming stress-relieving class to stretch and gently strengthen the body gradually. Emphasis is on building awareness of the breath and body. Postures (asanas) are practiced at a slower pace with attention to alignment and detail. Recommended for all levels looking for a soothing, relaxing, restorative experience.

Yin Yang Yoga

This yin yang yoga class is truly for everyone! In this class we offer a complete yoga practice. The class is a combination of strong heating yang postures, and even some flow, alternated with the quiet and cooling aspects of yin. The yang in this class serves your muscles and organs, while the longer, restorative postures of yin work on your tendons, bones and ligaments. This class starts with an initial relaxation and some grounding breathwork exercises. Modifications are offered when needed so all levels are welcome.

Power Flow

Wake up and get what’s yours! What better way to start your Sunday mornings than flowing on your mat to get a full body-mind-spirit exercise. This class starts with a deep initial relaxation, followed by pranayama (breathwork) exercises and then warming up the spine and rest of the body. After this you’re invited to flow with us, starting with gentle and building up towards powerful and invigorating yoga postures. This class will bring you towards aliveness in the body and a happy state of mind. When done,  you’ll feel confident to take whatever is coming your way with open arms, a light heart and a smile on your face. Some experience in yoga is recommended to join this class.

Kids yoga
Kids Yoga

Did you know that kids who already have practiced with us simply love it? They love getting stronger, more flexible and more balanced, feeling free, and building confidence. They use their fantasy by imitating animals.  Kids enjoy learning trusting themselves and making their first steps in learning how to quiet their active little minds. It gives them the tools to deal with anger, boredom and sadness in these trying times. When class is over they’ll be happier, more content and focussed.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha is the most traditional yoga form taught in yoga studios nowadays. In this class, postures are practiced to align, strengthen and promote flexibility in the body. Also focusing on the internal organ- and lymphatic system. Breathing techniques and meditation are also integrated. In this class there is an emphasis on simplicity, repetition and ease of movement, with sometimes challenging poses alternated with relaxing ones. Full-body relaxation and balance are the goals, as we make a full circuit of the body’s range of motion with standing postures, twists, backbends, forward folds, and hip openers. Suitable for all levels.

How it works

1. Register on Zoom

Register for a free account on Zoom (link to app store & website) and install the app on your mobile, tablet, laptop or TV. It is easiest to follow our classes on a tablet or laptop which you place in front of your mat.

2. Reserve your spot

Go to our ‘Book a Class’ page and pick your favorite class to reserve your spot. Register with us if you haven’t yet. Signing in for a class remains the same as for a class during our regular, off-line schedule.

3. Pay for your class (ses)

For purchasing classes you can choose between a single class (€4,50) or an unlimited weekly subscription (€12,99). On the ‘My Schedule’ page you can find an overview of your purchased class(es). We’ve frozen all regular subscriptions and are asking you to purchase your online classes separately.

4. Log in to Zoom

Fifteen minutes before the class starts, you will receive an email with a link to join your class.

Click this link to be directed to your class in a new screen in Zoom.

5. Get your props and be ready

Roll out your yoga mat ready and make sure you have a blanket and a yoga block or pillow nearby. Be sure to log in 5 to 10 minutes before the start of class. This way you have time to check sound and image and familiarize yourself with the viewing options (“SPEAKER-” & GALLERY VIEW).

During class choose the “SPEAKER VIEW” mode and see your teacher in large image. When in “GALLERY VIEW,” you can double-click (PIN) on the teacher and you’ll be directed back to “SPEAKER VIEW.” It’s nice to leave your camera on before class, so that the teacher and other students can also see. (You can also turn your camera off by pressing the camera-icon.)

6. Enjoy your class!

When class starts, your audio and camera will be turned off. For any questions during class we invite you to use the chat function at the bottom of your screen. We’re not playing music during our livestream classes. Feel free to play your own music in the background.

Frequently asked questions

If you are new to A Yoga Collective, welcome! Here’s everything you need to know:

If your audio does not work directly in the Zoom meeting, please follow the next steps:

  1. Tap your meeting screen. A bar with meeting options will appear at the bottom.
  2. Press “Join Audio”. Different options will appear.
  3. Press “Call using internet audio” to use your speakers and microphone from your laptop, phone or tablet.

€4,50 for a single class
€12,99 for an unlimited weekly pass

We recommend the following for your home practice:

  • Pick a quiet and comfy spot in your house. Try and make sure you won’t be disturbed during class: this is your me-time.
  • If you have a yoga mat, that’s great. Otherwise make sure the ground you practice on is padded, like a rug or on grass. 
  • You’ll benefit from a pillow, yoga block and a blanket.
  • Make sure the battery of the device your practicing from is charged or plugged in.
  • We don’t use music during our online classes so if you like music during practice feel free to play your own music in the background.
  • Perhaps light a candle or some incense and resolve to let go and have fun!