International Yoga Bonn


Fiona Hayhoe-Weiland

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, I am presently offering Live Streaming Yoga classes.
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Fiona Hayhoe-Weiland Yoga Bonn
Fiona Hayhoe Yoga Bonn
Yoga Bonn

International Yoga

Regular classes for adults and children
Specials and Retreats
in Holland, Belgium and South Africa
Workshops

Online Yoga

Online Yoga

New videos and audios monthly
Relaxed choice
Choose the package that suits you
(1 month, 3 months, 1 year).

Online Yoga

Live Streaming Yoga

"Keep Practicing during these challenging times."

Handmade Eyebags

Handmade Eyebags

Beautifully handmade "Nurscheli"
lavender-filled relaxation eyebags
for soothing the eyes
quietening the busy mind
& relaxing the body

About Vinyasa and Yin Yoga

The meaning of Yoga is to unify - that is, to unify all of what we consist of into wholeness. In the practice of Vinyasa Yoga, we achieve this unity through the unfolding of a clearly outlined sequence of poses, linked by the breath.
The cycle of the vinyasa brings us into a more balanced state, through the use of our fluid body movements, the breath, sound and silence. There are no special requirements to join this flow - just be open and willing.
This flow feels, to me, like a creative unfolding of ones Self through the practice. 
The fluidity of the vinyasa mirrors our daily lives – dealing with constant change, enriching and challenging surprises and humble beginnings.

The Yin Yoga practice uses soft, deep long-holding postures, that stretch connective tissue and joint sites, while muscles are relaxed. Connective tissue does not stretch like muscle, and will not respond well to brief stresses, hence the poses being held for longer periods of time. These long held poses, together with the breath as the anchor, enhance the meridian and organ systems of the body, helping to enrich and enliven the body, heart and mind. This practice is also a preparation for deepening ones mindfulness meditation practice, and thus becoming aware of our natural state of „beingness“.

Support our NGO "Lucky beans e.V."

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Seva project

In Yoga, SEVA (Say-va) is a Sanskrit word for service - how can we serve others and give back to society. Through my yoga practice and teaching, I aim to give back to my childhood community in a small and meaningful way. Since I grew up in South Africa, this is where my heart lies in an attempt to empower young children in the Lidgetton community where it is often challenging to have hope and see the light. Our small Angel Ruth’s Soup Kitchen is a space where the children can go for a warm meal, as well as to a space where they know they are safe and cared for, can play freely and learn.

I offer a percentage of my teaching earnings back into this community, knowing that is is well used and goes directly to the source. To support the growing needs in the Lidgetton community, we set-up Lucky Beans e.V. in Germany in 2015. Through our charity status we are able to offer the possibility of EU citizens receiving a tax reclamation from any donation you may wish to make.

More details @ www.luckybeans.eu

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