Power | Vinyasa| Yin | Desk | Hot | Myofascial integrated alignment


Yoga has been a part of my life for over 10 years, and my practice has helped me grow stronger, more flexible and fearless, both on and off the mat. Yoga inspires me to live each moment more mindfully. I will always be a student of the practice and am grateful for the loving wisdom my teachers have shared with me. In my classes, I love to combine creative sequencing, a spirit of playfulness and a dose of inspiration to help you deepen your practice. I seek to help others thrive in live by nurturing body, mind and soul with yoga, and my hope is that you step off the mat or out of your chair feeling refreshed, nourished and balanced.” Ynske eventually trained in the Netherlands in Yin & Power 200hrs, before taking further trainings with Dylan Werner 300hrs, One Movement Yoga. At the heart of her practice is a steady breath, embracing anatomical individuality, and the search for stillness in fluid movements. Yoga is slowly teaching her forgiveness, of herself as much as others, and she tries to inspire this in other people. More recently, Ynske and her other partners-in-yogacrime, Jolanda Qualm & Ondine de Rest started Vital Energy Center in Wageningen.


Kundalini Yoga


There has been a period for Isabelle where she felt quite stuck in life. She had a wonderful diploma from Wageningen University and a good job at a research institute, but she knew that she needed to change something within herself in order to deal with the tension in her mind and body. She found that the benefits of yoga, such as releasing stress and gaining focus, worked very well for her and possibly for others with struggles like hers. After two years of practicing yoga, Isabelle now also teaches Kundalini yoga to spread the good vibes. In Isabelle’s classes participants can enter with individual reasons and personal intentions. However, in her classes everyone will do the same movements together. Some of the exercises can be quite weird or hard, so she always makes sure to include some fun elements to make you smile. Time flies when your having fun!


Yin Yoga


I started practicing yoga about 20 years ago in a course offered by Wageningen University to prevent stress amongst employees. My first yoga experiences were with hatha yoga, followed by Iyengar, power, vinyasa and most recently yin. I felt and feel how practicing yoga benefits me both physically and mentally. A couple of years ago I got very curious to know and learn more, and having always been teaching others, I decided to do a yoga-teacher training. I really enjoyed the training and the teaching. So I started teaching and followed several trainings in different yoga styles next to my job as consultant. I’m still developing myself as a teacher starting another training aimed at the physical guidance of students in the poses in September. In my classes I like to work with themes and hope this gives my students a more intense experience.

Bart Venne

Acro Yoga
With acrobats for parents Bart has done acrobatics for as long as he can remember. He began training under professional acrobatics trainers when he was 16. He holds regular acrobatic classes in his home town, teaches at acrobatics festivals, and gives workshops across Europe, the US and Rusia. He also organizes acrobatics conventions. He studied a Masters in Molecular Life Sciences and worked in a hospital, but his heart was always with acrobatics. His teaching ethos is that everyone should have fun. He finds it equally important to recognize what works in a trick, as well pointing out what could use a little ‘improvement’ 😉


Dynamic morning flow


I started practicing yoga about 9 years ago after going through some personal struggles. I knew I wanted to further my knowledge in this area for my own benefit. My husband and I took a Yoga Teacher Training course as part of our honeymoon/year around travel. By the end of the course I knew I wanted to share this knowledge with othersWhat I hope people take away from my class is that they listen to their body and accept where they are mentally & physically today. Life happens and that can affect all of us. For example, child birth affected my body and I had to accept that I was not in the same physical shape as I was before I had a baby. So I needed to be kind to myself and do the best I could during my practice, but also to pull back when something did not feel good or where I felt I needed to over exert myself. My classes are dynamic and I can be a bit sneaky with introducing a new pose/movement 🙂

Don keizer

Handstand training | calisthenics | free running
Don is an official practitioner in Bodywork, which is working with trauma and deeper layers in the body. He is also a personal trainer and group instructor for courses such as handstand training and calisthenics. Ever since he was a teenager, Don knew he wanted to become a personal trainer. His goal was to become a very physiotherapist and personal trainer in one. He longed to help other people unlock movement in their life to become better versions of themselves. In November of 2019, Don started his course in Myofascial Energetic Release and since March of 2021 he can call himself a full practitioner in BodyWork. In Don’s classes you’ll not only work on a physical level, but you’ll also work on creating connections with your mental capacity and emotional state.

Milena Cecile Manser

Moving & Evolving | Wake up yoga


Milena was born in Switzerland and raised overseas in Asia and Australia, her passion has always been bringing people together, sharing stories, energies and joy with each other and giving everyone the space to be completely themselves. A few years back she got the chance to spend one month in a little village in the middle of Sri Lanka and got to know yoga from a different perspective, leading her to get her Yoga Teacher training certificate in Yin Yoga. It made her realise that we are given the opportunity to learn everyday from people, experiences and surroundings and we shall cherish this very much. To her yoga means creating a connection between your body, your mind, your breath and your spirit. It is about creating a beautiful relationship to yourself and practicing awareness in order to integrate it into your daily life. Her classes involve simple movements, integrating small challenges and bringing your bodies into a oneness with strength, contentment and regularity.

Iris Braun

Vinyasa flow | Desk yoga | Postnatal yoga
At the age of twelve for the first time Iris started practising yoga. But due to a lack of studios and youtube, it was years later yoga became part of her life and she started practising regularly. Bikram yoga helped her to grow stronger, mentally and physically. When noticing these changes, she was curious to learn more about yoga and its benefits and started a 200hr teacher training in India in ashtanga vinyasa and vinyasa flow. Yoga has helped her in several difficult periods in her life. By practising yoga, pranayama and meditation, she could gain strength, feel fierce full and accept life events. By teaching she aims to share these benefits. Her classes have an easy pace, can be soft and gentle but will always have some fierce fulness. She has been teaching vinyasa flow for almost 2 years now and is familiar with desk yoga and postnatal yoga as well.