Welcome to Bhāvanā Yoga Center

Bhavana Yoga Center is a place for mind & body practices. It has a holistic approach to everyday life for contemporary people. It offers guidance for a lifestyle that maintains balance and promotes wellness through the teachings of Yoga and Ayurveda. We primarily teach classes and workshops based on the Anusara Yoga® method. Additionally, we offer a variety of other yoga classes, pilates, acroyoga, yoga swings and meditation classes, aiming at helping people of all ages and abilities live healthier and more fulfilling lives. [read more]

Bhavana Yoga School Teacher Training

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Summer Holidays

Dear members We would like to inform you that Bhāvanā Yoga will be closed for summer holidays from 31.7.2017  to 20.8.2017. We wish you to have a great time and we will see you again at 21/08/2017. Check our schedule here. Kind Regards Bhāvanā Yoga Team

Schedule Change

Dear members We would like to inform you that from 17/7 the classes of Thursday change. The will be only one class at 19:00-20:15 Yoga All Levels with Konstantinos Charantiniotis. Click here to see the weekly schedule. Kind Regards Bhāvanā Yoga

Cooling breaths to beat the heat

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Benefits of walking barefoot on the sand

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Refreshing watermelon and melon smoothie

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July Theme – Laghima

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Meet our teachers: Interview with Stella Samartzi

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Bhavana Yoga Community | Weekend Yoga classes

Join us every Saturday for a unique Yoga all levels class with rotating teacher and class theme! Upcoming classes: No community classes during July & August. *Cost: 8 euro or use of member card More info: 210 3238133 and info@bhavanayoga.com

June Theme – Santosha

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Meet our teachers: Interview with Yoga Instructor Kalliopi Palli

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