Forrest Yoga Teacher Training Berlin 2017

September 01, 2017 – September 27, 2017 Forrest Yoga Foundation Teacher Training Berlin 2017 Featuring Ana Forrest, Creatrix of Forrest Yoga Eden Studios Breitestrasse 43 Berlin, Germany 13187   The Forrest Yoga Foundation Teacher Training is a 27-day teacher training which encompasses 22 days intensives and teacher training, a 3-day Functional Anatomy for Yoga Teachers […]

This Festive Season

At Heart Space we have created all kinds of options for gifts for your loved ones or to treat yourself (hey, why not!).

Open Day – Saturday 19th September

We are throwing open our doors and offering free yoga sessions suitable for everyone including kids and beginners. Come and try out yoga or watch the classes and walk around our beautiful light filled studio space. You can enjoy delicious refreshments from Heart Space Whole Foods and complementary mini massages so there is plenty to […]

Pregnancy

We run pregnancy classes every Wednesday at 6.00pm but also welcome attendance at any other class.

Good Morning Good Morning!

From 6th of July we have 6.30am-7.30am Open classes suitable for all levels. This means you can enjoy some Yoga before work and kick start your day with some deep breathing, intent setting and poses to sparkle up your blood.

Exciting Updates

Coming this July   We have updated our timetable from July, bringing you more Yoga, great options and even better value for your membership! Combine that with our loyalty scheme with Perkville and you can get some sweet treats! Here’s a quick run down of what is new: -Morning classes for you pre-work folks at 6.30-7.30 […]

Finlay returns…

As you will probably have noticed, it’s been a bit quiet around here with Finlay being away. Finlay was assisting Ana Forrest in Sydney directly after teaching at the Yoga Games Conference in Sweden and has been assisting there the whole month.

This session will use Forrest Yoga Asana and Bodywork techniques to being to free up the areas around the shoulders, neck, shoulder blades and underarms to create more freedom of movement in the upper body as well as establish tools for working with these primary structural muscles.