Sivananda Yoga is the style of hatha yoga practiced at Sivananda centers founded by Swami Vishnudevananda of Kerala. It is for the student seeking inner tranquility and centeredness. In a Sivananda class, we start with conscious breathing exercises to tune inward then the sun salutation, a cardio-vascular exercise, to warm up. This is followed by 12 core postures to channel and concentrate vital energy. A guided relaxation is done at the end and brings about the overall sense of harmony and well-being one feels after class. Regardless of whether a student comes into class tired or stressed, the balanced nature of the Sivananda sequence renders the student calm and lucid. More details
Min grew up in China with a family tradition of Tai-chi and Buddhist philosophy to life. Her grandmother, who is now 94 and still practicing Tai-chi, shaped her childhood. Blessed with material scarcity and hardships, they had the opportunity to search for meaning in the internal world. Her personal yoga practice started in 2007 in North America. In 2015, she took an RYT 200 hour-training and began teaching in Luxembourg. Shortly thereafter, she participated in a 100-hour Vinyasa Krama Advanced Teacher training with Ramaswami, one of the last living disciples of Krishnamacharya, and completed the Sivananda 200-hour certification in 2018. She also received a Sanskrit certificate from the University of Oxford extension. She continues with training, workshops and yoga classes to deepen and widen her knowledge of yoga. She is grateful to all the teachers who she met along her path, famous ones and unknown ones alike, who have taught and inspired her immensely. As a teacher, she believes in continuous self-improvement and staying true to what she teaches. She comes to her yoga mat with the understanding that all things are impermanent, and what we have is the here and now. More details
147 route d'Arlon, Strassen. With oak floors and a warm ambiance with a view from the terrace of an occasional grazing sheep, our Strassen center is a haven from the hustle and bustle of city life, located on route d'Arlon near rue de Reckenthal, just 200m from the A6/E25 autoroute. See location & map
What to bring
- There are men and women's changing rooms at this location. Wear comfortable clothing to stretch in.
- There are 10 yoga mats to borrow out of 24 possible students attending. We prioritise the mats for first-time students who don't have a mat. After the first class, please purchase and bring your own mat. We sell mats at good value.
- Info for your first yoga class