Open up the doors of yoga
Enrich your practice and understanding of Yoga and learn how to connect yoga to everyday life questions and issues with our 8-day Going Deeper course for curious, intermediate and inspired students, but then in beautiful Scheveningen. In collaboration with Yogaseads, Yoga Moves expands her Going Deeper for the first time.
This in-depth course will help you determine specific personal approaches that will make your practice fit your life. The focus of this course is on your own practice and understanding.
Then our Going Deeper course is just the thing for you!
Start each day with a 2,5-hour practice & workshop that includes detailed exploration of both basic and intermediate asanas, including alignment principles, energetic actions, benefits, preparatory anatomy in relation to movement-oriented yoga. In addition, we will explore the art of seeing bodies and working with partners.
Expand | Each day explore a topic integral to yoga, but not usually covered in day-to-day classes. We will take classic yoga philosophy out of the books onto the mat – and into your life!
Integrate | We will also show you how you can understand sequencing and build practices to address personal needs, such as insomnia, overwork, stress, back problems, etc. We help you to build practices that fit your life individually.
Restore | Every day we will include pranayama (breathing) practices and restorative hatha yoga. You will find how healing, a full spectrum practice can be to your whole being.
Dates & Times
Sat 29 Sept | 11.00-18.00
Sun 30 Sept | 12.30-19.30
Fri 19 Oct | 11.00-18.00
Sat 10 Nov | 11.00-18.00
Sun 11 Nov | 12.30-19.30
Fri 30 Nov | 11.00-18.00
Sat 8 Dec | 11.00-18.00
Sun 9 Dec | 11.00-18.00
Going Deeper 8-day yoga course
Hilary Anne Brown is the founder of Yoga Moves, which she opened in Utrecht in the summer of 2001. A native Californian, Hilary has studied and practiced many forms of yoga, healing arts, massage & bodywork and dance since the early 1980s. She has yoga teaching certificates in Iyengar, Vinyasa yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Vinyasa (Prana) Flow, and is recognized as an experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT500) since 2006. She has studied with numerous known and unknown yogis to whom she is ever grateful.
Hilary teaches a lyrical form of vinyasa yoga, a fluid but precise, dynamic yet relaxed method that incorporates the breath as a focus of moving meditation. She teaches with sensitivity and strength, letting you discover what yoga can bring to your life in a real and tangible ways. Breath is always a theme in her work, but equally understanding and feeling what you are doing. Alignment is a key ingredient and joy a natural outcome of her teaching. Sometimes you will laugh, cry or dance in her classes! Hilary is a committed yogi that helps her students take a step closer to themselves.
“.. it is rare to find a Vinyasa teacher with solid experience and true wisdom, who can introduce new technical material, while at the same time guide her students to surrender into the depth of breath and the pleasure of flow.” Gayle Olson, Exotic Yoga RetreatsSee profile ›
Jasmijn, trained as a social- and organizational psychologist, discovered yoga in her mid-twenties and immediately loved it. A few years into her practice, she completed the Teacher Training at Yoga Moves and has been teaching ever since. She currently teaches vinyasa flow, yin yoga and the slow flow style that one of her teachers, Hilary Brown, developed. Jasmijn’s style is further inspired by teacher Max Strom – and his breath-focused approach to yoga. She regularly participates in workshops by different teachers to deepen her understanding of her own practice and the art of teaching.
Jasmijn strives to flavor her classes with kindness by emphasizing individual adjustments and offering different levels for different bodies. They are breath-oriented, intense, yet grounding at the same time. An active meditation student herself, she integrates a meditative style of teaching into her classes where there is more stillness in between -and in- postures, to allow more body awareness.
www.jasmijnyoga.comSee profile ›