Yin Yoga in English

Welcome to the Yin side of yoga!

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga offering physical, emotional and mental benefits.

It is a passive, yet intense form of yoga, where postures are held for longer periods of time – suitable for all types of students. 

Yin yoga brings balance to our fast-paced lifestyle and helps us to let go of the need to always be busy, preventing us from burning out. We learn to truly relax, be in the present moment and recharge our batteries.

Yin yoga is the perfect supplement to any yang form of exercise.

While yang exercises focus on cardio and strengthening the muscles, yin yoga works with the connective tissues, ligaments, tendons and joints, and targets the fascial system which connects every part of the body, resulting in better flexibility and mobility. 

Yin yoga integrates the ancient wisdom of the meridians and the chi flow taught in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) dating back to the time of Daosim in 600BC. However, it is not affiliated with any particular religion or religious practice.

The energy flow gets stimulated, blockages get released and we activate our body’s self-healing powers – we refresh, we re-energize and we rejuvenate.

As we hold the postures we surrender into the present moment, practice acceptance, connecting our body to a zen state of mind while connecting to our source, our emotions and internal energies.

It is a wonderful way to release tension and stress and to get in touch with your body, mind and soul.

To really understand yin yoga you have to experience it! D

drop in class

  • every Tuesday 17:00 – 18:30 Uhr


Trial class (one time only): 10,- €

Single class: 18,- €

5-classes pass:        80,- € (valid for 2 months)

10-classes pass:      150,- € (valid for 2 months)

Nadine Streich
Yogateacher, Yin Yoga (200hrs)

RYS certified and accredited Yoga Teacher for Hatha- & Ashtanga Vinyasa (200hrs)

Meditation Teacher and Reiki Therapist (2ndDegree)

MA in Tourism Management

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