ASHTANGA vinyasa yoga


July 21-26, 2024 in Hamburg


I feel blessed that my lifelong friends and companions and mentors in Ashtanga Yoga are again finding their way to Hamburg to practice with us the wisdom and power of this complex and beautiful yoga form.


Sunday –
Breath: a revision of the basics cultivating resonance and ease.
Asana : An instructional Primary series
Inspiring conscious movement for the promotion of freedom and longevity.
Conversational philosophy: exploring ancient wisdom through sound and dialogue.

Monday – Thursday
Establishing a sitting practice followed by Mysore style practice.


conducted class and conclusion

Be a part of this unique retreat!

TUITion - 360 € 


7:30 bis 08:00 am , Practice: 8:00 – 12:00 (4h) with a short break

Monday to Friday:
8:00 – 10:30/11:00 up to 3 hours (3h)


Willy-Brandt -Straße 57
20457 Hamburg


Very central in Hamburg

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Inga de Martin (Host and Coordinator of Yoga Retreats and  iRest® Yoga Nidra Trainings in german-speaking area),,  0178-7348547

Please send your registration-form to:
Inga de Martin

or mail to

Sanderstraße 5
21029 Hamburg

Dena has been studying and practicing traditional Ashtanga yoga for almost 40 years.
She is a devoted long term student of the late Sri K.Pattabhi Jois.
She remains committed, deeply inspired and continuously amazed by the vast healing potential of this life changing practice.
Dena has a disciplined, yet lyrical style of teaching. Her holistic approach looks beyond external form to inspire a passion for self-inquiry and reflection.
Jack has been practicing and teaching in the tradition for the past 30 years.
He supports Dena both in and out of the classroom.
Their love for each other, family and community shines through the teachings creating a nurturing environment where ever on the globe they may be.
Life is full and sweet.

By Dena:

"What begins as physicality, a struggle of bodily limitations, can evolve with an ignited breath and heartfelt intention. With effort, discipline, concentration, the energy shifts and changes the way we experience ourselves and others. It affects our moods, our behaviour, our relationships and our sense of self. With each breath we shed the weight of collected conditioning and limitation. Slowly disentangling from internal dramas that create impulsive or unwanted reactions and behaviours. Breaking the patterns that cycle to the same outcomes and discontent. And ultimately revealing the natural self by the incremental removal of all that obscures it. It is mindful repetition of practice that permits the depth and potency required to promote this healing and transformation."