Yoga literally means ‘connection’, its main purpose being unifying the body, mind and soul. The positions in Yoga make the body supple and powerful and promote your concentration. In a Yoga class, a lot of attention is given to relaxation and a positive mind-set. All you need are comfortable clothing and an open attitude! The classes are given in groups and the instructors have all had long-term training and the necessary experience, so care and quality are guaranteed.
Hatha Yoga is the main branch of yoga - which itself originated 5000 years ago in India - and became the most well-known in the western hemisphere. Using aligned positions (asanas), conscious breathing and mental concentration and relaxation, you attain balance between body and mind.
Natural Movement is a meditation through movement; a search for power through gentleness, body and motion awareness. There is attention tot transitions; how you pass from one asana to the next, but also to what happens in between the asanas. It makes sure you are very aware and feel the connection with breathing, space and body: you are in the here and now. We go in search of the physical possibilities of your body and you move yourself away from your comfort zone, with great pleasure. Natural Movement is yoga without a mat and is suitable for everyone.
Vinyasa Yoga is a powerful, dynamic form of yoga and is the most intensive yoga form available at K’dans. This is a class for people who want to take on the challenging positions in order to get FIT. This intensive class is, however, suitable for almost all levels of experience and fitness (also for those with back complaints), because every position offers various options, whereby you can choose the level which most suits you.
Classical Ballet is a class for those who have some experience of Classical Ballet classes. Based on the ballettechniques and inspiring music you become aware of your posture and develop a strong and flexible body. The barre is ready for you on Friday evenings.
Modern Jazz Dance Move differently! Warm up with stretches according to the Simonson technique, followed by a choreography of modern dance; organic, creative and soooooo great for your body!