Bali Yoga Flow No 3

Bali Yoga Flow No 3

It’s been already months since my stay in Ubud, Bali – and I’ve kept one short last yoga flow until now. It was midday when filmed so a little hot and sweaty throughout.

Enjoy and go with it!

Yin Yoga Sequence

Yin Yoga Sequence

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga and asanas are held for longer periods of time. It directs the stimulation deeper than the superficial or muscular tissue (which is called the Yang tissue). Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, tendons, fascia, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style of asana practice. The aim is to increase circulation in the joints and increasing flexibility.

Try out the shown 45 minutes sequence, let go and feel deep into your body. Enjoy!

Yin Yoga Sequence

Bali Yoga Flow No 2

Bali Yoga Flow No 2

Another short flow filmed during my stay in Ubud, Bali, at the Payogan Villas & Resorts. No particular theme, just flowing at the start of sunset that day. Enjoy and of course go ahead and try by yourself!

The Bali Yoga Flow

The Bali Yoga Flow

Spending month April in Bali doing a 300 h Teacher Training. The flow is a little wobbly as after two weeks the body is a little sore. Plus it is very hot in the afternoon sun, so what you actually cannot see are the floods of water running down my body. Anyway – hope you enjoy the flow 🙂

Some kind of backbending

Some kind of backbending

New video !!! Going on extended travels and my students wished for some inspiration for their practice during that time. Here we go:

Events 2016

Events 2016

22.05.2016: Workshop Yin Yoga (2,5h) at Körperarbeit, Witteringstr. 18, Essen (

21.08.2016: Workshop Yoga for Runners (2,5h) at Körperarbeit, Witteringstr. 18, Essen (

01.10.2016 – 08.10.2016: Soulfuel Yoga Retreat Spain (7 x Übernachtung, Frühstück und Abendbrot, tägliches Yoga morgens/abends im Doppelzimmer pro Person € 799,-)

Fuel your soul!

Fuel your soul

Confusion is: „I don’t know but I should know“ or „I don’t know, but I need to know.“ (…) When you let go of the belief that you should or need to know who you are, what happens to confusion? Suddenly it is gone. When you fully accept that you don’t know, you actually enter a state of peace and clarity that is closer to who you truly are than thought could ever be. Defining yourself through thought is limiting yourself. – Eckhart Tolle (A new earth)

Just go with the flow, feel the movement and fuel your soul 🙂



At the beginning of your yoga practice you most likely concentrate on your physical exercise. You might realize that you body changes at first. But you might also realize that you are more aware of reaction, emotions etc. That is the result of the awakening of certain energy points in your body, known as chakras. To understand the features of the chakras, the main ones are described in more detail:

koshas in Cape Town Gardens southern suburbs rondebosch rosebank constantia meadowridge postures poses asana breath pranayama pregnancy yoga chakras meditation relaxation om symbolSahasrara Chakra: Crown

Integrates all energy centres of the body

Function: Spiritual and self-awareness

Asana: inverted-head asanas like Shirsasana (headstand), Matsyasana (fish pose)

Ajna Chakra: Brow

Referred to as third eye and fosters intuition and knowledge

Function: Seeing and intuiting

Asana: Seated yoga mudras

Vishuddha Chakra: Throat

Fosters communication, independence, fluent thoughts and sense of security

Function: Communication and self-expression

Asana: Sarvangasana (shoulder stand), Matsyasana (fish pose), Supta Vajrasana (Reclined Thunderbolt Pose)

Anahata Chakra: Heart

Fosters feelings and devotion

Function: Love

Asana: back-bending asanas like Dhanurasana (bow pose), Ushtrasana (camel pose)

Manipura Chakra: Solar Plexus

Fosters digestion, personal power and all matters of growth

Function: Willpower

Asana: back-bending asanas like Urdhva Dhanurasana (wheel pose)

Svadhisthana Chakra: Sacral

Fosters reproduction, creativity and joy

Function: Procreation

Asana: Bhujangasana (cobra), Salabasana (locust pose)

Muladhara Chakra: Base of Root

Fosters sexuality, stability and sensuality

Asana: seated asanas lifted away from gravity, e.g. Tittibasana (firefly), Bakasana (crow pose)