Weekly Schedule: 

Mondays, 6:00pm–7:15pm:

Yoga for beginners (agata and tanit)

Tuesdays, 6:00pm–7:30pm:

creative flow (baddý)

Wednesdays:

8:00am–9:15am:

hatha flow (agata)

6:00pm–7:30pm:

DEEP FLOW (agata)

Thursdays, 6:00pm–7:30pm:

creative flow (baddý)

Fridays:

7:30am–8:45am:

breathwork + flow (tanit)

5:00pm–6:00pm:

soft & slow (baddý)

Saturdays, 11am–12.30pm:

Mindfulness + movement (baddý)

Sundays, 3pm–4.15pm:

gentle flow (jite)

All classes are taught in English. Schedule updated 2nd of January 2019. Sometimes classes will be subbed. Please check updates on our facebook page: facebook.com/reykjavikyoga

 

Prices: 

Single class: 2.000 ISK (cash only)

10 class card: 15.000 ISK (cash or transfer)

3 months (unlimited): 28.000 ISK (cash or transfer)

1 month (unlimited): 16.000 ISK (cash or transfer)

Gift card: 3 classes: 4.500 ISK/5 classes: 7.500 ISK

Cards can be purchased at the studio.

No booking needed.

 

 

 

 

Class description:

hatha flow:

Revitalizing classes that focus on waking up the energetic centres by working with the spine and the nadis/nervous system. Include Pranayama or/and meditation. Bring your journal! 

 

creative flow:

Mindful movement, often continuous flow, creative and playful with lot of freedom. Starting with mindfulness meditation and ending with a sweet relaxation. 

 

DEEP FLOw:

Classes that take you into the awareness of your body through a deep flow, linking movement with breath. Aimed to release emotional blockages in your body. 

 

MINDFUlness & movement:

Set a mindful tone for the weekend! The first part of the class we dive into various topics of the spiritual path, through mindfulness teachings and meditation. Followed by creative and playful Brahmani inspired yoga flow and relaxation. 

 

soft & slow:

Designed to relax the body and ease into the weekend, these classes will be a mix of a slow flow and restorative poses, pranayama and other practice that relaxes and heals the nervous system.

gentle FLOw:

Moving in a slow paced way through a gentle flow, often ending with Yoga Nidra. Perfect practice for Sundays, to relax and restore before the work week. 

 

Yoga for beginners:

Comfortable environment where everyone and new to the practice. These classes focus on  fundamentals of yoga, through breathing exercises, basic asana practice (postures and movement) meditation and relaxation.

mindfulness meditation:

Mindfulness practices are a powerful tool to cultivate well-being in our lives. These hour long classes will include meditations and talks on a selected topic, Q&A and sharing, plus a visiting Guest-speaker once a month. They are meant to inspire and are open to everyone.

 

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