Vinyasa yoga, Strong core yoga, Gentle yoga, Hatha, Yin and Yin yang yoga can all be found on our schedule. Given in our yoga studio by te best yogis from the best yoga studio's in town

Can you also do 'real' yoga in a fitness center?

Shape-all-in says yes!. In our separate yoga studio, the best yogis, from the best yoga schools in Amsterdam, teach in Shape-all-in

As soon as you enter the yoga studio you feel the calming atmosphere of the room. After your class you can use all other facilities that the center has to offer. Sauna, steam bath, everything to make your visit complete.

Combine yoga with a Cycling class or a power circuit. Become strong, flexibel and relax. Why choose one thing when you can have it all?

What is Yoga?

Where breathing & movement are practised in a concatenated series. Balanced exercises that develop strength and flexibility so that you can release mental and physical tension, to become stronger and more flexible.

Hatha yoga

Hatha yoga focuses on the balance between exertion and relaxation. Poses alternate between dynamic and static positions and improve strength, balance and well-being. Hatha yoga brings the body and spirit in balance by combining physical poses with controlled breathing, which reduces stress and promotes relaxation. Contracting and releasing the muscles helps to purify the body of waste products and other harmful chemicals and reduces the pain caused by strains. The various poses and breathing exercises make the body flexible and supple and have a positive effect on the nervous system, glands and other important organs.

Vinyasa yoga

This type of yoga is also known as flow yoga because of the way in which one pose gradually and smoothly flows into another. Vinyasa means 'breath-synchronised' movement and involves moves that are performed to the rhythm of breathing. Vinyasa yoga enhances physical and mental strength, concentration, flexibility and stamina. Classes are available for both complete beginners and advanced yogis.

Strong vinyasa flow

Strong vinyasa flow is a more advanced form of the vinyasa yoga

Yin yoga

Unlike dynamic forms of yoga, the object of Yin yoga is not to strengthen muscles but to relax them. Poses are held longer and flexibility is developed at deeper levels. This type of yoga focuses on repairing the back and deep connective tissues and making them more flexible. Yin yoga involves elements of mindfulness and has a meditative and calming effect.

Yang yin yoga

Yang stimulates the muscular system to strengthen muscular awareness in a vinyasa flow . Challenging, keeping focus and allowing the breath to connect the typical yang postures.
A wonderful way to energise ...
And then approaching the slow down in long yin postures, to ground the body releasing the worked muscle groups and approaching the connective tissue in full surrender...

Gentle  yoga

It focuses on breathing and stretching to achieve stillness and more awareness of the body. Intended to be calming and to reduce stress.
This practice unblocks stuck areas and helps to naturally improve whole body circulation.
You may do standing postures, forward bends, and low-impact backbends, in addition to seated stretches. Suited for all levels, also perfect for beginners!

Guided meditation

Is the perfect way to start your day! We are going to practice focusing our attention to the here and now.
Trough guidance you will be thought a meditation technique which will allow you to go within and explore ways to enter into a state of deep relaxation and inner stillness.
It's one of the most powerful ways to eliminate stress and bring about positive personal changes.
Suited for all levels, no meditation experience needed.

Nidra yoga 

Yoga Nidra or "yogi sleep" is a sleep-like state.
Yoga Nidra is similar to lucid dreaming in which the deepest possible state of relaxation is experienced while still remaining conscious.
During a Yoga Nidra, our body rests completely and after a session of 45 minutes, we feel relaxed as if we had slept for three to four hours.