Hatha Yoga is the most widely spread type of yoga in the West. It is focused on physical health and mental wellbeing. It uses body postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation (dyana) with an aim to bring about a healthy body and clear and peaceful mind. All levels include Asana (physical postures), Pranayama and relaxation at the end of the class.

Class is suitable for all levels of students.

Pinelopi Thanasouli

After years of dancing and barre a terre, she comes into contact with yoga in 2010. 200-hour training for Hatha Yoga teachers at Athens Yoga with Maja Zilih. She completed the teacher training in 2015 and continues to train continuously thereafter.
She has been trained in "Collaborative Yoga" with Elysabeth Williamson, in "Kids Yoga" with Christina Matsi, in "Prenatal Yoga" with Katy Appleton, and is currently training in Sensit Yoga with Maja Zilih.
She also attended seminars with Martin Kirk, Elysabeth Williamson, Gerlind Schweppe, Giannis Gerou, Alessandro Ortona, Tina Zymarakis and others.
She is a graduate of the Department of Interior Architecture-Decoration and Design of the Athens University of Technology.
"Over time I discovered through my yoga practice a deeper dimension of my body, mind and breathing.
Exploring new ways of moving and expressing the body, practicing breathing and meditation techniques, we immerse ourselves in an empirical study of travel and examination of all the elements that make up our whole body. By safeguarding our ability to respond to needs and redefine behaviors and habits, we open up our full spiritual potential. What fascinates in yoga practice is the constant awakening and cultivation of knowledge and the way in which it can transform not only the practice itself, but also all of our moments and experiences. Thus, we understand unity and deep love, and we know our true selves. Teaching is for me an inexhaustible source of expression, creativity and simultaneous learning. Drawing on the impression of the elements of nature, the evolution of the human body, the philosophy of yoga and the uniqueness of each student-practitioner. "