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Contemporary Yoga, meditation


evidence based movement

Interested in one of them? You are at the right place.

This space on the internet is reserved with the intention to offer guidance and support for human-beings in developing and sustaining a functional, down-to-earth and body / mind befriending practice.

My name is Rijk.

More like ‘raik’ then like ‘rick’. I am a Dynamic Mindfulness practitioner and teacher (400+hrs). Think Yoga, and then rooted in Buddhist Wisdom and informed by movement science, promoting meditation, healthy spine and joints, inclusivity and self-agency.

I work with people who love to be physically active and value relaxation.

I teach them ways to come back to the body, without needing to master it.

To become strong, mobile and flexible by following the biomechanical principles of evidence based movement.

To become at ease and grounded by slowing down, intelligently expressing mindfulness in motion.

In my classes you will find elements of traditional approaches (Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa) to ‘body posture‘ but not through linearity and strictness. Instead there is room for play, and self-paced exploration of the body in all directions.

Good Experiences


Good Results

We move the body in different ways through different situations, balancing effort and ease, remembering NOW in motion.

When moving we let ‘form follow function’ - we focus more on the experience of the body, its inner landscape rather than on the looks.

Together, we see things unfold; it’s not so much about self-improvement. It‘s more about self-inquiry.

Let the process become the goal!

Regular practice supports:
  • The development of a balance in strength and flexibility regardless of shape and size.
  • The ability to sustain attention and stay grounded in a rapidly, ever-changing world.
  • Growing awareness, without judgement, through self-inquiry and -exploration.
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Photo credits: Gyan Gurung & Tim Bary