Welcome to Your Ease
Hi, I am Yvonne Loorij and I am passionate about creating a life of ease and authenticity throught yoga, nature & travel. Guiding (private) yoga classes and connecting with new people on yoga retreats are my favorite ways to share this passion.
Private yoga & Retreats
Private Yoga Classess
My private yoga lessons based on Strala and Yin yoga teach you how to reconnect to yourself and respond to how you feel.
We always start where you are – with what feels good. Then by softening and moving with ease, you begin to expand and explore. Move everything you have in every direction you can.
You learn how you can do more with less, while feeling good & moving well.
I would be thrilled to guide you to your Ease and to feeling good from the inside out.
In the last few years I enjoyed going on yoga retreats a lot. It’s a great way to share yoga and meet wonderful new friends that all want to feel good and move well. I loved the experience of travelling with like-minded people so much that I decided to host my own Yoga Retreats. Can’t wait to meet you on our next Retreat adventure in Italy or on a virtual Retreat@Home !
Connect & Travel
I love to connect and spread the EASE, so we can all start feeling good & moving well. You can join me for Strala yoga and yin yoga classes: online, in private one-on-one classes and in person on one of my yoga retreats.
The online classes are free – I post new yoga classes bi-weekly so you can do them on your own time. I’ll keep you updated on what’s happening via the newsletter and on our Facebook Group. Please feel free to sign up to get my free classes and workshops – I promise I won’t spam you!
What Our Retreat Participants Say
Thanks so much for organizing this retreat. It is amazing. I’ve had such a busy week and still this retreat, the sharing together and the yoga really give so much energy. Looking forward to the yin practice, ánd the next retreat. In Italy?– Merel
Thank you so much for yesterday! The Energize session was a great start to the day and i felt amazing after Yin Yoga- and also slept really well!– Catherine
I really enjoyed it – a lovely day to focus on me and to regenerate. It was my first time doing a retreat day, and a day online too!
I loved how your morning class used a great flow of good, natural movement. My body enjoyed it a lot!
You both radiated joy, calm and gratitude!
I really liked how it was so natural with the movement in all the sessions and how you incorporated music in the evening too.– Lauren
Ease and Selfcare
For me yoga is all about feeling good & moving well, taking good care of yourself and connecting within.
It’s the mindset of EASE – in all you do. Selfcare. Not the superficial kind with bubble baths and scented candles. But really taking care of YOU, every day all day, in everything you do. And it starts with practicing this in small ways. How much effort are you using to open the fridge? Are you using your arm muscles – or are you using your whole body, moving from the center with minimal force?
This is just one tiny example of the holistic approach to movement – and life in general – Strala yoga, yin yoga and East Asian Arts teach us.
Strala yoga is a style of yoga that is infused with the ease and movement wisdom of Tai Chi and other Traditional East-Asian healing art forms. This is a fluent style of yoga without end-points or ‘peak’ poses. It teaches you to be soft to be strong. You learn to move from your center with minimum effort. And above all, to use the breath as fuel and guidance for all movement.
Strala yoga teaches you to be YOU, to feel good and move well. Moving everything you can in every direction possible. You make your own yoga this way, there are no ‘rules’. We call ourselves Guides because of this.
Yin yoga is a more introverted style of yoga. It also uses East-Asian healing wisdom in combination with the yoga form. It’s an ideal counterbalance to the active and Yang way of life in western society.
Yin yoga focuses on the deeper tissues of the body. These tissues are fascia, ligaments and tendons that need more time to respond, but often store a lot of stress. In Yin yoga you soften into specific poses and hold them for 2-6 minutes while breathing deep & full. This way the body opens up and releases the excess tension.