The Tibetan Yoga of Movement

About the method
Yantra Yoga is one of the oldest recorded systems of yoga in the world. It has come to us by way of Tibet, a land that holds a vast, rich Buddhist knowledge and heritage.
Yantra Yoga's unique series of positions and movements, combined with conscious breathing, can help coordinate and harmonize one's personal energy so that the mind can relax and find its authentic balance. Many positions used in Yantra Yoga are similar to those of Hatha Yoga, but the way to assume and apply them differs significantly.

Lily Orlova
Lily comes from the Caucasus region of Russia. In 2010 she met the great Dzogchen Master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche and Yantra Yoga. By that moment she had practiced different systems of Hatha Yoga and Iyengar Yoga. Once meeting Yantra Yoga she started practicing it regularly. She took multiple courses with senior instructors and in 2018 became an instructor of "The 8th Tibetan Movements That Purify The Prana". Since that moment she leads regular Yantra Yoga classes in Amsterdam.
Marc Van Westreenen
Marc received his first teachings in body and energy cultivation from masters in the Chinese tradition. Coming from a background of practicing Chinese internal martial arts and teaching Qigong, he took interest in the practice of Yantra Yoga. He started his Yantra Yoga practice in 2006, the year he met Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche and was authorized to teach the first level of Yantra formally in 2010. Marc started a weekly Yantra Yoga class in Amsterdam in 2008 and has led Yantra Yoga retreat in the Netherlands and abroad.

Yantra Yoga Classes in Amsterdam

Every Sunday 16:00-17:30
9€ / class

Begijnensteeg 1, 1012 PN Amsterdam
Svaha Yoga – Downtown Studio
E-mail: yantrayoga@dzogchen.nl
Phone: +31 (0) 633 17 95 32

Yantra Yoga classes are for people of any skills level and age.
For more information about Yantra Yoga, please visit: www.yantrayoga.net
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