"The wheel of yoga studio is located in lively neighbourhood De Pijp in Amsterdam and easily accessible by tram and metro. It offers a cozy atmosphere. The studio space is very versatile as it can be turned into an Ayurvedic massage facility and functions as a small wellness centre, offering different types of Ayurvedic treatments. The type of yoga practiced is Iyengar yoga, which means a vast array of props are used. The studio is equipped with a rope-wall for further supported extension during practice. After class you can enjoy a cup of tea in our lovely little garden."
Dintelstraat 98 , 1078 VX Amsterdam
Friendliness & Service
a year ago
Christina’s studio is the most hidden yoga studio gem in Amsterdam. A beautiful place in a quiet street across Sarphatipark with all the equipment you can dream of. Christina is an amazing and attentive teacher with a lot of experience and understanding of her students limitations I’ve also been following Ayurvedic massage treatment after I failed getting relief from chronic pain induced by old surgery through traditional medicine. Christina and myself designed this together and I’ve seen an incredible improvement. I can’t recommend enough her
a year ago
Great class and guidance. Challenging for the body at a chill pace and love the atmosphere.
2 years ago
A lovely studio where you feel comfortable and at home. The quality of teaching os of a very high level with a lot of room for individual attention to the students.
2 years ago
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About the Team
"Studio-owner Cristina Libanori is a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher, Ayurvedic practitioner & therapist. She founded the wheel of yoga fifteen years ago and opened this studio at de van Ostadestraat five years ago. She encourages students of all ages, genders and physical or mental conditions to take care of their health. In this studio she provides the tools and teachings for people to find their own mind-body balance. Her motto is 'Take your health in your own hands'."
Frequently Asked Questions
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