This Hatha Yoga class flows through a series of postures integrating breath, strength, and flexibility bringing physical and mental relaxation. It includes asanas, basic principles of pranayama and meditation and is delivered from a scientific and somatic perspective through the exploration of human kinetics and the subtle body. It results in deep comprehensive releasing work – inside and outside – to help eliminate excessive tension and stress, toxins, excess fat, mood swings and to help restore wellbeing, balance and peace of mind. The intensity of the class is medium and suitable for beginners.


Days and times
Mondays 18h30-20h
Wednesday 12h15-13h30
(Next trimester will run from the 24th Apr till the 15th Jul 2017. There will be no classes during holidays, on 1st May and from 5th-9th Jun 2017)

VEDANZA Studios, 18 Rue Louvigny, L-1946 Luxembourg-ville.

Prices per trimester
Registration to Vinyasa flow and Hatha Yoga classes can be combined,
1 day/week: 180€*
2 days/week: 300€*
Any 6 sessions: 120€*
Trial class: 20€*
*concessions 50% off for full time university students / ADEM jobseekers / independent artists

Payment details:
To book your place in a course, please send us an email mentioning which day/days you’d like to join, and make a payment in advance by bank transfer. You may also make a cash payment on the first day of the course (but your place may not be booked till then).

Thank you for making bank transfers to:

Name: VEDANZA Asbl
IBAN: LU07 0023 1840 7202 8200

VEDANZA Asbl  –  18 rue Louvigny, L-1946 –  Tel (+352) 2627 0572  –


With a complementary background in chemistry and bodywork Emanuela Iacopini teaches contemporary dance and kinesiology at the conservatoire of Luxembourg. Her Yoga practice and teachings have been influenced mainly by Ken Eyerman, Danilo Hernandez, Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music and Dance, the Sivananda lineage, the late Sri Pattabhi Jois, and Swami Visharadananda in Mysore whom she visits regularly. She obtained the Yoga Teacher Certification from the SVYASA University in Bangalore in 2005.