You can start every week Students of all levels are welcome No subscription needed, pay per class
Yoga practice by the beach at Zandvoort, by the sea, in natural surroundings, and sense of community will support your personal practice. Let’s simply practice because we can – not to achieve anything, but just to delight in the practice itself. With gorgeous sea view!
PURE Yoga’s classes take place at the beach or at a beachclub at Zandvoort. Each class is a fine blend of yoga styles: a nice combo of gentle flow, dynamic, freestyle Vinyasa Yoga, slow Yin Yoga and deeply relaxing Yoga Nidra, gives you the ultimate Beach Yoga experience!
Yoga practice at the beach is so lovely, refreshing, energizing and relaxing – come and try for yourself!
Practicioners of all levels are welcome.
You can join PURE Yoga classes whenever you like.
All you need is a large beach towel and/or yoga mat.
(please bring your own)
Revitalize yourself with this unique, replenishing yoga practice of both Vinyasa flow and quieting Yin, mantra, pranayama and meditation. The warm guidance of Valentina will re-awaken your senses and give you a new way of being happy in your body and heart. The sea, natural surroundings, and sense of community will support your personal practice.
Valentina builds up her classes, both during the face-to-face group lessons and online, welcoming practicioners of all levels with enthusiasm, creativity, warmth and fun. A nice combo of dynamic Vinyasa, easy flow and gentle Yin Yoga, including meditation, pranayama (breathing excercises), mantras, and Yoga Nidra – a relaxing and revitalizing yoga sleep. Infused with Bhakti Yoga, a practice of love and kindness.
The yoga classes are accessible, light and fun. A nice combo of gentle flow, dynamic, freestyle Vinyasa Yoga, slow Yin Yoga and deeply relaxing Yoga Nidra, supported by a musical and cozy ambiance and very inclusive to all. Valentina’s motto is: Practice for the JOY of practice…nothing else. Letting go of any expectations, dogmas and aesthetics… Let’s simply practice because we can – not to achieve anything, but just to delight in the practice itself. Isn’t that a nice thought?