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Hatha practice combines

anatomically correct alignment with the joy of exploring what Yoga has to offer on an emotional and mental level.

I want to create a safe space for you so that you can find your individual expression of every Asana, cultivate the beautiful energy that comes along with awareness and slow down the chattering of the mind -

because that is when the magic starts to happen!



Sweet Sunday Slow Flow  SUNDAY 5.30 pm - 7 pm 

@ HAR STUDIO Urbanstr. 116, Treppenhaus 5, Groundfloor
Soulful Hatha Flow session - it's date with yourself! We explore the relaxing aspects of Asana, Pranayama and Chanting practice. Maybe some Yin towards the end, if we like. The cherry on top: Mantra singing accompanied by the harmonium. It's a gift coming from my heart, I want to indulge with you!

Yin and Bhakti (Chanting)  FRIDAY  7.30 pm -8.45 pm

@ YOGA FUTURA  Weigandufer 18

A relaxing class where poses are held for some minutes. The asanas in this class are restorative, and and way to explore what comes up on the mental and emotional layer of our being. By singing it out with Mantra we allow feelings to flow and transform .

Vinyasa Flow  

TUESDAY 12 pm - 1pm @ Yoga Futura Weigandufer 18/Hinterhof

WEDNESDAY 7.30pm - 8.45pm @ Yoga Futura Kreuzbergstraße 30/Aufgang 2

A balanced, activating Vinyasa Session in which we are approaching different themes and foci in a creative and joyful way to get you to enjoy your magical body-mind-machines through Asana, Pranayama and concentration. Sometimes we sing Mantra together,  as an expression of community and Bhakti (Yoga of devotion).

Embodied Hatha and Harmonium Healing  THURSDAY 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm 
@ HAR STUDIO Urbanstr. 116, Treppenhaus 5, Groundfloor

In this joyful Hatha-Flow we access Yoga as a multidimensional process of claiming peaceful embodiment. By blending elements of modern psychology, trauma-informed Yoga and traditional Yoga practices, we use Pranayama, Asana and Meditation to nourish the mind, body and soul. Completed by a beautiful Sound meditation for integration.

Find out more about classes and upcoming events here and about Trauma-informed Yoga here.

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About Me

I am Sabeth - a Berlin based Yoga Teacher and doctor.

Before I had any clue what Yoga is about,

my mum sent me to a kids Yoga class.  

Before I started practicing on a regular basis, 

I wanted to become a ballerina.

Before I fell for Bhakti Yoga,

I found a home in Asana practice. 

After all these years, I am still curious

where the practice is gonna take me.


Most are familiar with the physical aspect of Yoga, Asana.

Straight back, inhale, exhale, inhale... Auuum.

But why are we practicing certain postures even? Why do we sing Mantra? And how is Yoga helping us to face life off of the mat?

From a philosophical perspective, Yoga is a way to end suffering.

Suffering is caused by the reactions of our mind to the dualities of life.

Hatha, the physical practice of Yoga - just as Bhakti, the Yoga of Devotion - are options to cultivate a no-mind-space where spiritual growth can happen.  


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"Yoga is existential, experiential, experimental. No belief is required, no faith is needed – only courage to experience."
Yoga Sutras, Patanjali
"Catch a glimpse at least, every day, of that world of infinite beauty and peace and purity - the spiritual - and try to live in that day and night". 

                  Swami Vivekananda

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