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Situé entre la place Jamblinne de Meux et la place Plasky, notre studio à Schaerbeek est à la frontière entre le quartier vivant autour des institutions européennes et la commune tranquille de Woluwe Saint-Lambert. Le studio est facilement accessible en transports en commun et en voiture via l’autoroute E40.
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Yoga Room | Plasky
- tram 7 Diamant
- bus 61 Jamblinne de Meux
- metro 1 5 Schuman
Avenue de Roodebeek, 41-43 1030 Schaerbeek
+32 (0)2 897 17 69
Ana’s journey through yoga started with a 30 day yoga challenge together with a friend. She barely knew that this challenge would change her life! Wishing to deepen her practice and learn more about yogic philosophy, Ana headed to India for her first 200 hr Teacher training in 2017. Overwhelmed with the first experience and seeking for her equilibrium, in early 2018 she decided to fly back to India for a Yin Teacher Training. Ana is certified in Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin and more recently she got her first certification in Rocket Vinyasa with David Kyle. Ana’s classes are very yang: strong, energetic, energising and fun! She likes to challenge her students on both the physical (asana) aspects of yoga and philosophical aspects as well.
Anna has been immersed in yoga ever since she was a little girl. She grew up in Italy, where her uncle is a teacher at the Svami Gitananda Ashram. Anna has a background in dance and has been practicing yoga on a daily basis for over 15 years. She obtained her 200 h teacher training certificate and has been teaching in Brussels and around the world for over 10 years. She has continued her education with Rocket Yoga, Aerial Yoga and the Great Yoga Wall. She offers various styles of yoga. In all the styles that she is teaching, the most important to her is that the practice becomes a symphony, where we can all experience the connection between the body, the mind and the universe.
After five years of dedicated practice in several styles, she completed her first yoga teacher training in 2013. Four teacher trainings, mentorships, and seven years of teaching around the world later, Bre has found herself taking root in Belgium. She uses her experience and training in Vinyasa, Forrest, Ashtanga, and Hatha yoga to create intelligently- sequenced classes that focus on what her students can do, and where they want to go.
Bre’s main teachers and mentors come from the Forrest Yoga tradition. Bre’s classes offer strong body and spirit alignment, that work to celebrate her student’s practices while creating strength and flexibility to go deeper. Journey along, you’re not alone !
Fanny started her yoga journey at 21 years old and never stopped since. She completed her 200H teacher training in Ashtanga at the Brussels Yoga Loft in 2017 and then complemented it with a Yin yoga training with Joe Barnett one year later. Eager to learn more, she is continuing her education through various workshops including yoga therapy and Thai massage and is assisting Sarah for AiReal yoga. Inspired by different practices, her style is a mix of yin and yang yoga that is also incorporating some mobility work. She offers functional yoga that will help you find more fluidity, mobility and ease in your daily life movements.
From her mother, a Korean Hatha yoga teacher, Gayoung learned how yoga empowers people and brings positive changes in their lives. Since 2010 Gayoung has explored and practised different forms of yoga and meditation in India, Australia and Uganda. She started with Hatha yoga as her main practice and earned her first yoga instructor qualification in 2012. In 2018 she completed her second yoga teacher training in Ashtanga and she has been practising the traditional method of Ashtanga yoga under the guidance of Anne and Lynne Pinette. During her sessions, Gayoung emphasises the importance of conscious connected breathing to help her students achieve complete focus and live each moment to the fullest.
In 2009, I quit my job and went to an Ashtanga yoga training in Thailand and started my yoga teaching journey. That same year, I completed a yin yoga training and taught full time until 2012, when I went to Los Angeles and took Bikram Yoga teacher training.
In high energy classes like Hot Yoga or Flow Yoga you will find me pumping energy to the entire class from start to end. In softer styles like Yin or Restorative, I will be extremely soft. In all classes, I pay a lot of attention to the students, giving corrections wherever and whenever needed. I believe that hands-on adjustments should only be given when there is an explicit consent so I mainly correct students with my direct and effective verbal cues.
In 2016, Madeleine did her 200H-TTC with YogaLife Belgium. She completed her training with Yogalife with 100H of Yogic Studies and Sadhana as well as Yoga Nidra. Madeleine has always been interested by the mind and human behaviour and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Today, she continues learning by following an online master’s degree in applied neuroscience with King’s College London. During Madeleine’s classes, expect a classical approach to yoga, with a focus on detailed alignment, guidance to getting to know your physical body and personal hands on adjustments.
Marta started practicing yoga 8 years ago and completed her first yoga teacher training in 2016. She now has certificates in Hatha and Vinyasa, Yoga Therapy (Yoga Vidya Gurukul, India) and Yin (Joe Barnett) and followed the mentorship program at Yoga Room. In 2018, she went on a yoga journey for a year, teaching in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Laos, Cambodia, Philippines, and studying yoga in India. Marta’s classes combine a traditional hatha yoga and meditation with modern body awareness flows. She encourages her students to respect the needs of their own individual bodies. Marta truly believes that yoga is the ultimate tool for healing both the physical and psychological diseases created through our modern lifestyles.
Born in Taiwan, Nick has 15 years of experience working with the physical body as physical trainer, dancer, and performer in theatre. In 2005 he discovered the practice of yoga and its many physical and mental benefits. Teaching yoga since 2009, Nick began to integrate his knowledge and understandings from the different physical disciplines and grew his understanding of the body and alignment helping his students across dance, physical training, aerobics and yoga. Nick has an eRYT500 certification with a commitment to continued learning. In his classes you will be guided by clear alignment cues, a mix of humour, kind encouragement to help new and seasoned students go deeper into understanding their physical body.
Olivia started hot and vinyasa yoga as a complement to her running practice and immediately fell in love with the practice. Later, she was introduced to the beautiful practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and it soon became part of her daily life. Olivia is certified in Vinyasa, Yin Yoga and Yoga Wall. She’s pursuing her training in Ashtanga with teachers as Sharath Jois, Kino MacGregor et Philippa Asher.
Olivia combines her interest in anatomy and her love for creative movement to develop powerful and fun classes with focus on alignment and intelligent sequencing. She teaches yoga with a devoted and peaceful heart, in the hope to contribute to making people feeling empowered and happier.
Ramone is a soul seeker who explores the connections between nature, the mind-body and abundant health through her work with Wild Sage Wellbeing. With 20 years experience in the health and wellness industry, Ramone’s career has evolved from a fitness trainer, wilderness educator, energy worker and massage therapist to her current role of yoga and mindfulness coach where she sensitively guides people to let go of self-doubt and embrace their full potential and live abundantly healthy and happy lives. She is qualified to teach Vinyasa, Restorative, Prenatal and Postnatal yoga, meditation and Thai Yoga Massage after studying with expert teachers from around the world including Leslie Kaminoff, Tiffany Cruikshank, Ana Forrest and Duncan Peak.
Ramone combines the wisdom of all of these modalities with her intuitive connection and scientific mind to create safe, fun and empowering classes tailored to the needs of each student. A firm believer in both our body’s innate power to heal and the healing power of nature, Ramone loves nothing more than taking people off the grid and into the wild help them reconnect to their own deep wisdom in places of immense natural beauty.
Hailing from Detroit, USA, Sarah just moved to Belgium . She will be the first full-time teacher at Yoga Room Plasky. Sarah began teaching yoga the Autumn of 2014. Yoga transformed her life in all areas and has become her lifestyle. Sarah has developed a plant-based diet, commitment to mental health, a daily yoga/meditation practice and is making self-care a priority. Continuous work on herself keeps her honest and able to help her students work through their own evolution in a safe space. Sarah teaches a large variety of classes ranging from Vinyasa to… Aerial Yoga, her specialty!
From South Africa of British parents, Shannon started practicing yoga in the 2000’s to help her manage her lifestyle as Director of companies in London and New York. Shannon completed her 200 hour teacher training at Yyoga. Always a student, she has deepened her love for yin yoga by training further with Joe Barnett and Jo Phee, senior assistants of yin founder Paul Grilley. She fell in love with the exquisite healing power of crystal bowls and has undertaken highest level alchemy crystal bowl sound healing trainings with renowned sound healer, Yantara Jiro in London. Shannon brings her personal style of blending meditation instruction into all her yoga classes. Her signature is yin yoga and crystal sound bowl healing.
I teach each of my classes differently, depending on the style. I always focus on moving the body from where you are today. As a beginner, it’s easy to be seduced by what you see on Instagram. Everything looks perfect, and you may be made to feel that you don’t measure up. I like to bring a sense of adventure and play to the practice. A mindset of just getting in there and doing the work. Balance is always the key. Just bring your body. The mind and heart will follow.
Originally from Bulgaria, Tanya had her first yoga classes when she was 14 years old. During her second teacher training, she got pregnant and thus her yoga practice, her teaching practice and her parenting became tightly intertwined. Tanya has learned her functional yoga from practice from books, the internet and from teachers such as Joe Barnette, Jo Phee and Sarah Powers. She completed her pregnancy yoga teacher training at TriYoga London. In her classes, Tanya holds space for you to slow down and come back to yourself. Tanya’s mission in her pregnancy class is to cultivate the confidence in each woman of her inner strength and softness that they will use both in birthing and parenting.