Deepen Yin with Ujjayi breath

Do you want to learn how certain poses can be practised in different ways while still stimulating the area you want to target? Then this Yin class - a preview for my online Yin Teacher Training to come in a few months - is for you! As you are...

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Opening up your front and back body

Do you want to practice functionally and therapeutically? This class starts with a short talk in which José explains how to practice yoga poses in a functional way, meaning: feeling the purpose of a pose instead of copying a picture of a pose. As each...

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Slow flow Yin Dragon

This class is great to do in the morning before eating anything and will get you ready for the day. We begin with some Kapalabati and Nauli breath. Then we warm up slowly - moving with the Ujjayi breath to feel the chi move in...

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Opening up your front body – practising functionally

Do you want to practise functionally and therapeutically? Starting with a short talk, José explains how to practise yoga poses in a functional way, meaning: feeling the purpose of a pose instead of copying a picture of a pose. As each pose stimulates different areas of...

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Moon day yoga (also suitable for men!)

This Yang / Yin session is great to do during your moon days. It is a bit more dynamic than usual menstruation practices and helps to relieve the feeling of heaviness and diminishes pain and stagnation. It starts with adapted Sun Salutations, where we don’t...

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No more pain in your groin when practicing yoga

Do you experience a sharp pain in your groin when practicing poses like: Balasana (Child's Pose), Paschimottanasana (Caterpillar), Rajakapotasana (Swan/Sleeping Swan), Anjaneyasana (Low/High Lunge) with a twist, Gomukasana (Shoelace) and twists? Then this sequence is for you. You will come to understand what creates the pain...

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Painful sensation in your groin explained

An explanation why the shape and inclination of the protruding, bony part on the front of your hips (ASIS) can create pain in your groin when doing various yoga poses. You will learn in which poses this painful compression can occur and how you can...

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What to do when your hips are ‘stiff’

Does your pelvis tilt backward when you do Paschimottanasana (Caterpillar)? Do you feel pain in your groin and inner part of the knees when you do Upavistakonasana (Dragonfly)? Come to understand what causes the trouble in these poses and how you can adapt these poses...

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Anatomy on hip stiffness and hip openers

In this talk José explains why the shape, angle and placement of your hip socket affects your possibilities to open up your hips. As you will see, it's not only tension that restricts your movements, it's also compression deep in the hip sockets due to...

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Anatomy on hip openers

In this talk José explains what affects your possibilities to open up your hips. As you will see, it's not only tension that restricts your movements, it's also compression due to skeletal variation. When you have worked enough on the tension in your tissues (muscle...

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