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Welcome at Bali Yoga Wien

 

Bali Yoga Wien is still run by Beate giving online classes and teaching classes/teacher trainings in studios worldwide; however, the Vienna studio has been sold to www.alkemy-studio.com:

 

The new Alkemy studio is closed until the end of January 2021. Bali Yoga Wien pre-purchased blocks (bought before September 2020) can be used online til 28.02.2021 or even 31.03.2021 depending on adjusted lockdown periods. Please find below our current online schedule; you may book all classes with old Bali blocks or purchase new blocks/cards with wwww.baliyoga.wien or  www.alkemy-studio.com.
Your online products with Beate have no limited validity and last into 2021 and further. Beate offers 75min online classes at 7am Monday, Wednesday and Friday. There are also video replay recordings of Beate’s classes available. Please book Beate’s practices through  www.baliyoga.wien here.

 

How do I register for online classes! Explanation here

For information on how you can still use your Bali Yoga Wien blocks, timecards and memberships

with ALKEMY please follow this link.

 

 

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Beate’s offerings:

 

Beate combines East and the West

at Bali Yoga Wien

which stands for balancing out opposites. Our focus is on a holistic yoga practice, that respects the connection of body, mind and soul, as well as the oneness of Atman (the individual soul) and Brahman (the universal consciousness). This ultimately connects us to ourselves, others and the environment & animal kingdom. Bali Yoga Wien therefore embraces holistic self-care, community, gender & race equality, environmental activism and ethical treatment of animals.

The Balinese Principle Tri Hita Karana summarizes this very well:

Harmony between people
Harmony with nature
Harmony with higher powers