workshops 2021

Intimate yoga

A five days inward and heartfelt yoga practice at the Medusa

In this five days practice we reconnect  through movement and attention. Intimacy and affection are the keywords. To get familiar again with the relationship towards ourselves. Freeing any stagnation to let the creative energy flow again. And remembering that the creative ability of a human being is its most valuable asset. 

5 morning classes:

We work here with yang energy which goes out and

wakes us up to the world. To start the day fresh with

new energy and knowing the meaning of life. A grounded practice where we utilize our body as a tool to go into the world. We get to know our muscles, bones and organs better by bringing attention to these places (getting more intimate with the body) And clearing the heart and mind to let the happiness come in.

5 evening classes:

In the evening classes we work with yin energy which goes in and closes the door to recharge again.

The gentle asanas and breathing practice will bring you to a deeper state.  The practice includes a  slow vinyasa flow, here we take the time

in our twists and forward bends. Every class will end with either a shavasana/yoga nidra, meditation or sound practice.

Also, will we  go deeper into the parasympathetic nervous system to feel a state of tranquility 

Dates and time:

6 -10 September

8.30 a.m -10.30 a.m,  5 morning classes

18.00 - 20.00 p.m,  5 evening classes

Price 245,- Euro for the yoga program 

With accomodation included at Helios beach studio:  

(5 min walk from the Medusa Resort)

Total price 495,- Euro

Yoga workshops

In workshops, we have more time to focus on certain aspects of our practice,  explore new skills and increase the awareness.  With a different kind of approach and playfully, through  group work and interaction we discover something new.  A different


The Yoga workshops are designed for people who like to deepen their practice or want a little CHANGE.

We take time to tune in, listen and allow ourselves to express this in the group or daily


Interweaving Yoga and music

Hatha Yoga and meditative music/healing sounds

have a lot in common and can support each other. They both calm the mind as they open channels for an inward journey.

Interweaving Pranayama, working with our voice and chanting, deepens our breath and gives a subtle kind of massage through vibration.  The beauty of many voices singing together, creates an instant feeling of peace and harmony within ourselves and the group of people around us, as we tune into each other.  Mantras and bhajans have their origin in the philosophy of bhakti yoga, the yoga of devotion. They invite the divine qualities into our life.

Meditative music played during asanas, slows down the pace. It creates a natural flow that invites us to stay longer in a yoga pose.  Expressing yourself through physical movement can help to liberate your inner feelings and longings.

During sequences with more rhythmic patterns of exercises, rhythm cycles support the understanding of different dynamics.

Pure sound of a quality rich in overtones, fills our cells with energy while it soothes the mind, invoking a meditative state.

Yoga movements and positions help us to stay fluid and aware of our bodies as we absorb the vibration of music.

The program will close with a meditative sound journey.


Yoga & Healing Music

With Angelos, Monika & Loriën


2 September

Thursday 17: 30 p.m - 20: 00 p.m

Price 30 Euro,-


Angelos and Monika are musicians based in Naxos

Music as Meditation

The concept of "Music as Meditation" is based on the idea of creating a safe space, which supports the meditative aspects of music and pure sound.  Meditation and healing are interrelated. Through deep relaxation, we gain access to our subconscious.  Old memories may surface and pass, blockages may be released.  As we perceive the music in a dreamlike state, we travel through soundscapes and inner landscapes that connect us to our centre.  Different kinds of vibration affect different parts in us.  As everything is vibration, it helps us to reconnect with ourselves and the surrounding nature.

Our music is a blend of eastern sounds, rooted in sacred Greek, Turkish Sufi and Indian traditional music, of mostly improvisational character.  Our instruments consist of string instruments as the Turkish saz, the Greek lafta, lyra and tambouras as well as wind instruments as the Indian bansuri and the Turkish ney.  One part is of a more percussive nature, introducing the shamanic element with frame drums and various small percussion instruments.  Voice and mantras, singing bowls and bells are interwoven throughout the musical journey.

For more information:


If you are a professional yoga teacher, and you are with a group of max 9 people, and you would like to teach some  time at the Medusa Resort. Then please

contact me and I can provide you with all the further