12 August 2018 | Sunday Evening Special

Yoga in the Dom Tower

With Simon Rowe

Special Moving Meditation Classes with Yoga Moves Teachers at the Dom Tower

Reconnect with your city, reconnect with your body

Give yourself the unforgettable experience of practicing the art of yoga among the historical walls of the Dom Tower.

Be a ‘tourist’ in your own body. Discover the different layers of your body with the curious open mind of a traveller. Reconnect with your physical body, your energetic body and your spiritual body and heal yourself. Allow yourself to be guided in moving meditation by some of the most experienced yoga teachers of Yoga Moves. Expect the unexpected, immerse yourself in stillness or in intense rhythmical movement – anything can happen – just like in an unknown city.

Sunday 12 August: Mandala
A Moksha experience with Simon Rowe

Join Simon for an epic flow experience in a very special location. Enter the ritual circle, a mandala of fire, fruit and flowers within the Dom tower’s sacred chapel. Surrender to the flow of ecstatic yoga, music and movement meditation. Experience a taste of your own liberation, Moksha.

Date & Time Sunday 12 August | 19.30 – 21.30 (door opens at 19.00)

Price € 20

Location De Dom Domplein 21, Utrecht

Level All levels are welcome!


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About the teacher

Simon Rowe

Simon grew up in a family where yoga and meditation was practised. This sparked his curiosity and he started exploring yoga and meditation at a young age. For 20 years Simon then worked internationally as dancer-choreographer, a wonderful opportunity to learn so much about the body, breath and movement. He has followed multiple yoga teacher trainings and in 2012 discovered Prana-Flow yoga on a retreat in France. This experience completely caught him by surprise,

Simon was literally blown away by this beautiful, empowering and liberating approach to yoga. Prana Flow yoga brings together his love for yoga, breath and movement and since 2012 he has travelled to extensively to Los Angeles, France, England and India to complete more than 500 hours of study in Prana Flow Yoga. 

​Simon loves to share the wonderful techniques of yoga, breath-work and conscious movement with people. He brings the sequencing and rhythm from his dance background into his dynamic classes. As a lover of life, nature and the spirit of freedom, Simon loves traveling around the world, studying, and teaching. He now teaches weekly at two of The Netherlands leading yoga studios and as well as offering workshops, retreats and teacher trainings.

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