Our Yoga Style


At the Innersense yoga we are all about no nonsense yoga. Giving you a full practice where you connect with breath, body and mind. All in your pace and adjusted to how your body is build. We understand that every one is unique and is build in a unique way. Our teachers are there to assist you to make sure get a safe practice. Feeling good about yourself whilst making that deeper inner connection. Daily you can sign up for a flow – yang or slow – yin class, both mornings and evenings. Weekends we have two morning classes, flow -yang and slow-yin style. In the afternoon

we’ve scheduled  inspiring Hatha and Mindfullness classes to bring you total relaxation.

For the pregnant ladies we have two prenatal classes during the week.  Monday mornings we offer a specially designed 50+ class with  mindful and gentle movements. Come and join us on the mat. 


Nowadays there are many diffrent kind of yoga styles. This overview gives you a bit more knowlegde on what kind of styles there are and what you can expect from our Yin and Yang yoga.

Hatha Yoga

The Sanskrit term “hatha” is an umbrella term for all physical postures of yoga. In the West, hatha yoga simply refers to all the other styles of yoga (ashtanga, Iyengar, etc.) that are grounded in a physical practice. 

Hatha yoga classes are best for beginners since they are usually paced slower than other yoga styles. Hatha classes today are a classic approach to breathing and exercises. If you are brand-new to yoga, hatha yoga is a great entry point to the practice.

Expect more yang in this practice.


Vinyasa means “to place in a special way” and, in this case, yoga postures. Vinaysa yoga is the often considered the most athletic yoga style. Vinyasa was adapted from ashtanga yoga in the 1980s. Many types of yoga can also be considered vinyasa flows such as ashtanga, power yoga, and prana.

In vinyasa classes, the movement is coordinated with your breath and movement to flow from one pose to another. Vinyasa styles can vary depending on the teacher, and there can be many types of poses in different sequences.

Expect more yang in this practice.


Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with seated postures that are held for longer periods of time. Yin can also be a meditative yoga practice that helps you find inner peace.

Yin is a great class for beginners, as postures can be held for from 45 seconds to 2 minutes. The classes are relaxed, as you’re supposed to let gravity do most of the work.

Expect more ying in this practice.

Restorative yoga

 Restorative yoga focuses on winding down after a long day and relaxing your mind. At its core, this style focuses on body relaxation. Restorative yoga also helps to cleanse and free your mind.

You spend more time in fewer postures throughout the class. Many of the poses are modified to be easier and more relaxing. Like Iyengar, many props are used and are placed just right such as blankets, bolsters, and eye pillows. All of the props are there to help you sink deeper into relaxation.

Expect more yin in this practice.


Prenatal yoga

Prenatal yoga is carefully adapted for “moms to be” and is tailored to women in all trimesters. Many have said that prenatal is one of the best types of exercise for expectant moms because of the pelvic floor work, focus on breathing, and bonding with the growing baby; prenatal yoga also helps mothers prepare for labor and delivery.

During this practice, you’ll use props in order to modify your poses and ensure stability—in this class, it’s way more about stability than flexibility.




50+ yoga

Yoga — a union of mind, body and spirit.  If you’ve ever seen pictures of people doing yoga, you probably imagine that to do it you have to be 25 years old, have a perfect body and be able to wrap your knee around your head or balance your entire body on your elbows.

Despite the images you see in magazines, you don’t have to be young and fit to do yoga. In fact, if you’re over 50, yoga is one of the most beneficial types of exercise you can do.

Assuming you’re generally healthy (always check with your doctor when in doubt), yoga is the perfect activity to strengthen your muscles, gain more flexibility and deepen your spirituality.




Hatha, Mindfulness, Tantra, Yoga dance

Antar is a yoga teacher and ayurvedic massage therapist. He was born in India and had his yoga education at the Shivananda Ashram in Rishikesh and Kerala. He has a meditation center near Rishikesh, India and organises retreats there frequently. He will be teaching Hatha  yoga, mindfullness and meditation and will be hosting YogaDance and Tantra workshops at the Innersense Yoga.



Fara grew up in sunny Singapore before moving to Amsterdam in 2015. She first fell in love with yoga in 2008, where with much excitment and curiosity she left for India soon after to deepen her practical trainingHaving lived and worked in both Europe and Asia Fara has a well-rounded understanding of different cultures, people and their aspirations. Her favorite quote from Paramaguru Sharath Jois is “you should not be practising for a ‘good practice’, instead to keep steadiness within yourself”.


Hatha, Yoga Therapy, Prenatal

At a time when she felt lost, Farrah started practicing yoga and became more connected with herself. She then took two Hatha courses, a children’s yoga- and a prenatal course. After teaching in several studios, Farrah opened her own yoga studio and saw her greatest wish come true; becoming a mother. After four successful years, Farrah closed her studio to focus on her family. In 2019 she started a yoga therapy teacher training, to support students in their overall balance in well-being. With a wealth of experience, Farrah is now passionately shares her knowledge in her classes.


Yin, Yang,  Yoga therapy, Meditation

Florence has been practicing yoga and meditation for years, which she has always combined with a busy career as a Brand manager and Entrepreneur, to maintain the right balance. She practices different styles of yoga and has focused on Yin Yoga and Yin Yang Yoga since 2016. Central in her classes are compassion, feeling safe , the energy channels of the meridians and mindful meditation. Florence received her Yin and Yin Yang Yoga Teacher Training with Skadi van Paaschen at NYS and Yin Yang Yoga and Mindful Meditation with Sarah Powers at the Insight Yoga Institute. She currently studies Yoga Therapy.


Hatha, Vinaysa, Yin

‘Some turbulent student years, an impressive trip to India and the great need to get my body moving again, brought me to my first yoga class years ago. Since then yoga has cultivated off the mat into my daily life. It gave me peace in my chaotic brain, physical and mental flexibility and trust and sincerity in the steps I take each day. As a teacher, I guide students in their search for the essence of yoga with a down-to-earth openness, without losing depth in the process.


Hatha, Vinyasa

Jane began her yoga journey in the UK over twenty years ago, while working as a professional dancer.  From what started off as a continuation of a physical practice, quickly became deeper, as she entered into a world of inner awareness and meditation. Having practiced many styles of yoga, she brings her dancing background, classical Hatha training and love of meditation together to create a class combining conscious breathing, movement and meditation- Meditative Flow. Jane aims to ensure a safe, friendly environment and positive energy in class, so students can leave feeling energized, calm, grounded and uplifted. She believes yoga is for everybody and complements everything in our lives.

Jane has a RYT 200 in Hatha yoga, a RYT 200 in Multi style yoga, a diploma in ballet and Modern dance, a comprehensive Anatomy certificate with David Keil and is a member of Yoga Alliance.


Hatha, Meditation

Lyndsey teaches Hatha yoga at The Innersense through the Flow (stronger) and Slow (restorative) classes. She started her yoga journey in the same space 7 years ago at Unlimited Health, and gained a Hatha Yoga teaching qualification from Arhanta Yoga Ashram, Netherlands. 
Her classes find a balance between the longer, steady and comfortable postures of Hatha Yoga Asanas, relaxation and Pranayama. Lyndsey keeps researching through her yoga practice to learn about and share the benefits and healing practices of this ancient art science. Lyndsey is an artist, researcher and teacher of design who brings yoga into everyday life.



Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin

Marloes Slagter is born and raised in
Amsterdam and since 2017 a certified Yoga Teacher. Since 2019 she also gives Pranic
Healing sessions to reduce physical and mental complaints.
Yoga has been more or less part of her whole life and because she noticed it brings her so much well-being she decided to do multiple Yoga Teacher Trainings so she can share her positive experience with others.
During her classes she has the intention to create an open and safe atmosphere to make sure you feel comfortable enough to turn inwards and focus on yourself.
A moment where you can connect with your body, your breath, your emotions, your self.
A moment where you don’t have to achieve anything, but can practice to relax in the
moment. Whatever happens.
A balance between creating strength, flexibility and awareness of the body and mind. She is an experienced Yoga Teacher and provides yoga classes to large and small  groups.


Hatha, Yin, 50+ Yoga,Restorative

Reina is born in Amsterdam in 1968. She certified as a yoga instructor at the Nepal Yoga Retreat Centre, registered by the Australian Yoga Alliance. She worked as a yoga instructor in Melbourne, Malta and Amsterdam. Reina is a holistic yoga practitioner who pursues ‘yog’ – which means connection in Sanskrit – through her interactions with others. Reina sees yoga as an opportunity to engage hearts and souls on a journey towards grounded enlightenment. Come join Reina and experience the unique cadence and rhythm of her practice.


Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Nidra

Practicing yoga has allowed Stacy to create a kinder space in her heart towards herself and others. In her classes, she likes to nurture a fun environment, encouraging students to ask questions and be playful. Everyone is good at yoga; they just may not know it yet. She completed her 200-hour and 300-hour teacher training in New York City from OM Yoga and Yogamaya. She holds a certificate in physiyoga, a concept that bridges principles of fysiotherapie and yoga together from Threes Physiyoga Method. She also trained with Bernie Clark and Diana Batts in yin yoga and Shakti Assouline in yoga nidra.
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