Explore the exciting world of Pralaya Yoga, a breathtaking journey to freedom, strength, space and peace. This dynamic and accessible yoga form (designed by Robert Boustany, translated by Justine Bens) guides you to deep transformation in your body, strengthening and liberating. Discover a yoga experience that helps you prevent injuries, improve athletic performance in your favorite sports, while putting your safety first.
Immerse yourself in the essence of Pralaya Yoga, where every movement is purposeful, every stretch is transformative, and every posture is an invitation for growth. Experience deep effects of Pralaya Yoga on your connective tissue, freeing muscles, joints and organs while stimulating blood flow.
Explore muscle antagonism, where opposing muscle groups such as psoas and gluteus maximus work harmoniously together for balance and release. Experience the art of "letting go," which not only rejuvenates your body but also protects your joints and ligaments.
Are you ready to invest in your body? Embrace the challenge and discover a practice that is both invigorating and fulfilling.
With regular practice, Pralaya Yoga helps prevent and heal (sports) injuries, gives you energy, reduces pain, and opens the door to a strong, flexible and resilient version of yourself.
Step into this transformative journey, where clarity, strength and freedom await you. Experience the magic of Pralaya Yoga and witness incredible changes in body, mind, and your life as a whole.
A's to your Q's
During the classes (series) we work progressively so that you can choose a posture that is accessible to you
In addition, we use specific Pralaya yoga techniques to loosen the connective tissue and strengthen specific muscle groups. This way more and more postures become accessible to you (also in the classical forms of yoga)
No need to worry if you are flexible and athletic enough: many variations of postures in Pralaya yoga make them accessible to any physical level
In addition, your flexibility and strength are actually increased through the practice of Pralaya yoga
Because we can work very specifically and purposefully in Pralaya yoga, we can help prevent injuries and sneeze them out. Still, seek advice from your doctor before you go to the class
It is also important that you guard your own limits during class. So it's totally fine if you come out of the pose and relax a little earlier