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Situé dans le Stockel Square au coeur du quartier très vivant autour de la place Dumon à Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, notre studio est facilement accessible via le metro et l’autoroute. Nous sommes impatients de vous y accueillir tous les jours avec une grande variété de cours de yoga (Vinyasa, Hatha, Ashtanga, Hot Yoga, Yin, Meditation, Prenatal, etc) pour tous les niveaux, de débutant à avancé.
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Yoga Room | Stockel Square
- metro 1 > Terminus Stockel
- tram 39 > Stockel
- Interparking Stockel Square
12 Avenue de Hinnisdael
+32 (0)2 897 70 09
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 !
Yoga found Katie 17 years ago and she instantly became captivated and inspired by the idea of awareness through movement. A former gymnast, Katie began her journey as a yoga instructor by sharing her deeply personal understanding that the practice of yoga can extend far beyond the physical. Teaching since 2007, Katie has been fortunate enough to take her passion for yoga on the road, to teach, study and deepen her practice in Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and Canada. Katie is 500 RYT certified through YogaMazé. Katie’s classes are physically challenging and dynamic, however they are designed to encourage and develop that positive, nurturing communication within.
Yoga found Lars in 1999 while living in Toronto and he loved the clarity, focus and vitality of the practice. Adventure called and Lars found himself living in Taiwan and exploring Asia for 18 years. In 2009 he began teaching classes. A passionate student, Lars has completed 700 hours of training and attends workshops on a regular basis with a keene interest in anatomy, alignment and therapy. His non-dogmatic approach to teaching includes: injury prevention and management; finding a smart balance between strengthening and creating space; and an encouraging, challenging and light hearted class environment for a variety of styles of yoga practice. His motto: discover with curiosity, learn with passion and be focussed but not serious.
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.
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.
Simone’s love for yoga’s transformative impact on her life began after attending her very first yoga class in early 2014. Simone received her 200 Hour Vinyasa/power yoga training in her hometown, Cape Town. Simone was The Programme Director for Lion Hearted Kids Foundation (a non-profit organisation that envisions communities of resilient children and families living to their full potential) where she developed and implemented mindfulness-based yoga classes for children with learning challenges and physical difficulties. Simone teaches playful, rhythmic and creative yoga classes inspired by her love for music and working with children. Her most liked classes are Power/Vinyasa, Yin/Restorative and Hatha/Yoga for beginners.
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.