BEAC yoga instructors will be waiting for you in person for their spine yoga, women’s yoga and fascia yoga classes on three different days.
In the season from May 16 to June 13 we are waiting for those interested with three different types of yoga classes. Only one type of yoga can be visited with one pass .
Ludovika fencing room (1083 Budapest, Üllői út 82.)
Budapesti Egyetemi Atlétikai Club- TT4-es classroom (1117 Budapest, Bogdánfy street 10/B.)
10 weeks pass: 6.000 HUF (only one type of yoga can be visited with one pass)
You can buy your pass online HERE.
Spine yoga-Tölgyesi Írisz
Spinal yoga is an effective method to prevent and alleviate spinal problems. Regular practice makes the body pain-free, stronger and more flexible. It is recommended for regular yoga practitioners, beginners and newcomers who want to master yoga techniques with precision. The postures, breathing exercises and relaxation will 100% refresh your body and mind!
During the classes, we pay careful attention to the mobilization of the spine and the strengthening of the muscles adjacent to the spine, abdominal muscles and deep muscles. We also work on the prevention and correction of postural errors.
Women's yoga- Antónia Hauptman- Tőkés
The external environment is confusing constantly changing and challenging. In women's yoga classes we turn to our bodies with acceptance and patience. In the exercises we strengthen the pelvis, lower abdomen, hips and perineum, improving their circulation. We connect with our feminine health through postures, breathing exercises and meditation. The aim of the classes is to create mind-body-spirit harmony.
Fascia yoga - Viktória Horváth
The fascial approach makes yoga sufficiently preventive for the modern man, while it develops in many ways. This form of practice helps to balance the body's structures, posture and strengthens muscles that are not used or not used enough. It is effective in increasing joint range of motion and flexibility. Flow classes are dynamic exercises that involve continuous movement. This engages the nervous system, engaging us in the exercise, giving the class a physical, mental and spiritual recharge.