What is Yoga?
Yoga as a practise path
Yoga sees itself as a "path of salvation, that is to say as a path of exercise that offers us the means to become whole. When I am whole, I have the feeling that I am not missing anything. Yoga is also a spiritual path in in the sense that it leads us back to our own inner sources and gives us opportunities to experience that these sources are connected to the great, inexhaustible source of life and consciousness.A access to these sources is the mental alignment with our inner light It is the light of our consciousness, our vitality and creativity, the light that enlightens us and shows us our way. It is the light that we with our love, our kindness, our compassion and our kindness out of ourselves into the world Let shine and that other people perceive it as our charisma.
Excerpt from the book Das Yoga Gesundheitsbuch by Anna Trökes.

Holistic Yoga

Most yoga masters today recommend integral yoga. It is a combination of 6 different yoga paths: Hatha Yoga develops the physical body, Kundalini Yoga the energy body, Bhakti Yoga the emotional body, Raja Yoga the psyche, Jnana Yoga intellect and intuition, Karma Yoga helps to integrate everything into daily life. Especially our prevention yoga courses are taught in the style of integral yoga. Read the detailed description of the 6 different yoga paths that are integrated into the yoga class:

Hatha Yoga


Includes body-oriented practices and asanas - yoga postures, pranayamas - breathing exercises, deep relaxation techniques such as bodyscan, autogenic training, progressive muscle relaxation according to Jacobson, imaginary journeys. In addition, Hatha Yoga offers advice on how to lead a healthy lifestyle, including full-value vegetarian nutrition.

Kundalini Yoga

is yoga of energy. It is based on the Shiva-Shakti philosophy and is part of white tantra. Here exercises and practices are practiced that cleanse, harmonize and open the astral body - chakras (energy centers), nadis (energy channels) and increase the life energy - prana very strongly. The aim is to awaken the Kundalini energy.
There are 5 branches of Kundalini Yoga: Mantra Yoga, Nada Yoga, Yantra Yoga, Laya and Hatha Yoga. The main practices of Hatha Yoga are Kriyas, Asanas, Pranayamas, Bandhas, and Mudras.

Bhakti Yoga

is the yoga of devotion and love for God. Bhakti means love, love of God. The heart opens through mantra singing, prayer, rituals and telling myths and stories of saints.

The Gayatri mantra is considered the most sacred mantra of the Vedas. The Gayatri mantra is the invocation of the divine as cosmic light.

Om Bhur Bhuvah Svah, tat Savitur Varenyam, Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi, Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayat.

Raja Yoga

explains how the human mind works and how we can control it. Raja Yoga includes the techniques of mental training and meditation, such as affirmations, visualizations, mindfulness training and various meditation techniques. The following meditation techniques can be practiced: energy meditation, expansion meditation, light meditation - Tratak, mantra meditation, quality meditation and a lot more.

Jnana Yoga

is yoga of knowledge. It's the philosophical part of yoga. In Jnana Yoga one asks the questions: Who am I? Where do I come from? Where am I going? What's the meaning of life? What is real What is luck? The philosophy behind yoga is called Vedanta. Vedanta refers to the 108 Upanishads, which comprise the last part of the Vedas.

The great philosopher Shankaracharya sums up the Vedanta philosophy in 3 short mnemonics: Brahman is real. The world is appearance. The self is nothing but Brahman alone. Brahma Satyam. Jagan Mithya. Jivo Brahmaiva Napara.

Karma Yoga

is the yoga of action and selfless service. Karma Yoga helps to transform the boundaries of one's ego and to feel one with all beings. Through selfless service and mercy, the heart purifies and develops and can be filled with the divine virtues, selfishness is removed, the idea of separation disappears, and the lower mind is purified.

  Our Offer

Yoga and Meditation Course

Meditation helps to achieve more serenity, inner peace, energy and joy in everyday life. For many people, regular meditation has become part of their daily routine. Because right now in this day and age, it is particularly important to center yourself and to find the middle again.
The lesson begins with various yoga and breathing exercises to make the whole body flexible and to prepare for meditation.

every Thursday 9:30 - 11 Uhr

Yoga for Tinnitus

In this course, many different relaxation techniques and yoga exercises are learned, which are particularly effective in relieving tension in the neck, shoulder, jaw and back area.
With some self-massage techniques from Ayurveda, blood circulation and relaxation of tense areas are promoted.

every Tuesday 19.30 - 21 Uhr


Holistic Yoga
  • on Monday        20.15 -  21.30 Uhr
  • on Wendesday 17.50  -  19.20 Uhr     + 19.30 - 21.00 Uhr
  • on Thursday      19.45 - 21.00 Uhr 
12 Lessons 120€  


Structure of a yoga class in the prevention course in holistic yoga style:

Initial relaxation, breathing exercises, sun salutation, asana series, mental training, progressive muscle relaxation, autogenic training, meditation

Personal lesson: 60€