Power Yoga: Power & Play
Are you looking for Power Yoga in Groningen? Power & Play is a dynamic, playful class in which we work towards more complex postures, such as a handstand!
You can read here exactly what it is and whether this class is for you! If you already know enough, you can of course book your class immediately.
What is Power & Play and is it suitable for me?
Power & Play is an active and playful class in which we use creative drills to work towards more complex postures, such as a handstand or a different arm balance. We build up the posture step by step by warming up and strengthening the right muscle groups. We are also working on flexibility. You don’t have to be able to do it all perfectly to participate – you work on your process by building up the attitude with options and variations. We’re going to laugh, fall over and grow a little sore ;)
Can I do a Power & Play class?
At Open Yoga we teach Power & Play All-level and Power & Play Intense. In principle, anyone can participate in a Power & Play All-level class, but it is useful if you have experience with yoga and are already familiar with the postures. This will help you keep up with the pace of the lesson. If you don’t have much experience yet, you can take some Basics » lessons first.
We also have Power & Play as a Hot class »
Is Power Yoga the same as Power & Play?
At Open Yoga we work from Functional Yoga, which in short means that we recognize that everyone is different, and that every yoga posture looks different per person. We do not look for the perfect picture or what the posture “should” look like. We don’t try to force our bodies into a position; we try to shape the posture to our own body.
Power Yoga in Groningen: book your class at Open Yoga
Became curious? At Open Yoga we have Power & Play for you in different forms: there are lessons in the studio and online lessons.
Getting started with Power Yoga: take a trial lesson!
Are you new to us? Take advantage of our trial lesson package!
What others say about Open Yoga Groningen
“For me, the online classes are time for myself, just like the classes in the studio. Especially during the lockdown, I think it's a really great solution!”
“Very enjoyable yoga school in a beautiful central location in the city of Groningen. Very friendly people and a good range of classes including very nice hot yoga classes. I also really enjoyed taking the mommy-baby yoga classes. Highly recommended!"
“Open Yoga gives me flexibility in my body, which makes me feel strong in my daily activities, including mentally. In contact with others, I learn to listen carefully to my body in an open, safe, respectful atmosphere.”
“The lessons are varied and the range is wide. As a result, there is always a lesson that meets my needs and when I have time and space.”
“The nicest yoga school in Groningen.
I really enjoyed the training and the lessons. What fantastic teachers you have. After moving to Sneek, unfortunately I can no longer take lessons in the studio,
BUT luckily still online.”
“I went yesterday and today for a double session given by Max Strom. Both Open Yoga and Max Strom locations are highly recommended!
Everything neat and clean, friendly people, both staff and students and of course Max. I came a long way but it was definitely worth it!”
“More or less strenuous, with clear instructions. Options are also given so that you can adjust the postures to your own needs and to your own body.”
“I would like to let you know that I find the lessons pleasant, practical, light-hearted, educational and very effective. Fits me exactly. I find it pleasant to give a brief explanation and mention the purpose of the exercise. I'm already looking forward to the next lesson.”
“A casual atmosphere and top teachers. And it has been that way for years. Open yoga has unnoticed become a focus point during the week to find yourself and stay true to yourself.”
“What a nice lesson! Thank you. It's especially great to see that you enjoy it so much when you laugh at yourself or do something difficult. Keep up the good work! Gives super nice energy.”