We offer several types of yoga at Sanga Yoga, in Oslo and online. Please scroll down for detailed descriptions:
These 75-minute classes are always focused around a specific theme and include yoga postures, breathing exercises, and short meditations. Everything is allowed: changing diapers, feeding babies, coming late: everything. We often end the class with baby massage techniques and there is always room for sharing and support.
Claudia & Kristin are your teachers for mother baby yoga.
We practice yoga postures, breathing techniques and meditation, and every class is focused around a specific theme. If you haven’t practiced yoga before, we recommend women to wait with practicing prenatal yoga until they are in their second trimester. You continue as long as you want, even until the day of meeting your baby. You don’t need any previous yoga experience.
Theresa is your teacher for pregnancy yoga.
In these classes, we focus on improving the blood flow in our pelvic bowl, softening the muscles around the womb, and connecting to our breath to release tension and stress. All while connecting with the four different phases (or seasons) of our cycle.
Claudia and Abigail are your teachers for Yoga for Fertility.
It’s a deeply healing practice, open for everyone.
Claudia is your teacher for the Yoga Nidra classes at Sanga Yoga.
The practice is based on the female anatomy + physiology. It’s also a practice that honors the menstrual cycle and the cycle of the moon, encourages you to listen to what you need and want, instead of forcing you into a rigid flow, and leaves you feeling empowered.
Theresa is your teacher for Soft Hatha Flow.
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga that works by working with the deeper connective tissue and fascia to strengthen and lengthen them. This practice also increase the flexibility of areas such as the hips, pelvis and lower spine to mention a few. It combines traditional postures with the meridian theories and ancient knowledge of Traditional Chinese medicine.
In Restorative Yoga props are used for a more passive, restful and meditative practice, releasing tension and blockages in body and mind.
Theresa and Claudia are your teachers for Yin Yoga and Restorative Yoga.