Yoga lessons

Each yoga class is structured according to a similar principle.

We start with a meditative session so that you can arrive completely in the here and now and your body and mind can approach a state of relaxation right at the beginning of the class. We then move from the gross to the subtle. This means that we first take care of the body, the gross body, with various exercises, the so-called asanas, and then devote ourselves to our subtle body with breathing exercises, the pranayama.

The asanas (or exercises) strengthen the body and at the same time make it more flexible and permeable. Any blockages that may be present can be released and you will feel more vitality and well-being within yourself.

Through pranayama, the exercises with the breath, we influence the nervous system. Through the exercises, we can relax it more, activate it more or bring it into balance, which has a direct influence on your energy level.

Each class is rounded off with yoga nidra. For this, I accompany you with my pleasant and calm voice into a state of wonderfully deep and healing relaxation for body, mind and soul.

Basically, the aim of every yoga class is to help you reconnect with yourself. That you feel yourself and your body better again and come back into contact with the state of inner detachment, inner freedom and the boundless space of love around you. That you feel more alive and that more contentment and joy come back into your life.

Because that is what yoga can give you.

Yoga Retreat


Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra

Deep relaxation

Yoga Nidra is a deep relaxation that was created by Swami Satyananda.

You lie on your back and slowly release the tension in your body. My calm voice accompanies you step by step into a state of deep relaxation, similar to just before falling asleep. In this state, you can give the subconscious a positively formulated sentence so that a desired change can take place from the inside out.

A classic yoga nidra lasts around 20 minutes and, for me, is one of the most valuable gifts yoga has to offer. It releases stress that has built up during the day and strengthens and nourishes the body and mind in such a wonderfully simple way. After a Yoga Nidra, you will feel deeply rested, energized and invigorated.

Yoga Nidra is also excellent for children. I have practiced Yoga Nidra with children in many schools. They loved it. They often came to school in the morning and asked me when we were going to practise Yoga Nidra together again. After each class, I could see that the children’s self-confidence was strengthened and that they were able to relax more. One of the ways I could tell was that they were able to choose an activity calmly and calmly after yoga nidra and were able to fully engage with it or concentrate much better than before.

Yoga dates

Wednesday evening 19.30 – 21.00 hrs
Thursday morning 08.30 – 10.00 a.m.
Thursday evening 19.30 – 21.00

Dorfstrasse 28, 9248 Bichwil (directions)
Register directly via the Fostac website

Children’s yoga in Hörli, 9042 Speicher
Inquiries & registration:
Saturday 28.1. / 18.2. / 25.3. / 22.4. / 27.5. / 10.6.
Single lesson 15.- / 5-person subscription at 70.-


In-depth yoga workshops 2023

Spring workshop: March 4
Summer workshop: July 1
Fall Workshop: September 2
Winter Workshop: December 2

Yoga retreat with vegetarian Ayurvedic cuisine in the Engadin in Tschlin.

September 22 – 24, 23

Yoga Nidra

Satyananda Yoga

is a holistic & holistic yoga.
A meditative hatha yoga

A yoga class is structured as follows in 90 minutes

Short meditation to start
Main part asana (postures) with breath awareness
two to three meditative breathing exercises (pranayama)
rounded off with deep relaxation (yoga nidra)

Children's yoga

Possible course of a children’s yoga class
Each lesson is designed to be creative and varied within a basic structure.

Welcome round
Dynamic game
Yoga asanas – often practiced as animal poses
Adapted breathing exercises for children
Perception games with all the senses
Yoga Nidra for children
Massage story


Satyananda Yoga / Bihar School of Yoga

The principles and inspirations that characterize the classes are based on the Bihar School of Yoga. It is also known worldwide as Satyananda Yoga, after the founder Swami Satyananda Saraswati.

The tradition is currently carried on by Swami Niranjananda and Swami Satyasangananda. Swami Satyananda was a disciple of Swami Sivananda and spread yoga around the world on behalf of his master. He founded the Bihar School of Yoga in Munger / Bihar and the Yoga Ashram in Rikhia / Deoghar.

Sivananda Math

Sivananda Math charitable organization

Sivananda Math is a social and charitable organization. It was founded in 1984 in Munger, Bihar (India) by the great yoga master Swami Satyananda Saraswati, in memory of his master Swami Sivananda Saraswati of Rishikesh.

The aim of the charitable organization is to support the weak, disadvantaged and underdeveloped sections of society in India. In particular in the rural areas of India, which are often very far away from the economically stronger cities and can therefore only benefit minimally from their industrial development.