Combat anxiety with this meditative Vinyasa flow

Calm down your nervous system with this soothing combination of yoga and meditation. Synchronise breath with movement and float into a relaxed state of mind.

If you feel anxious, your sympathetic nervous system is working overtime. It keeps you sharp as a knife, but if activated for too long, you’re risking serious health damage. Join us in this gentle Vinyasa flow that relaxes the neck with head roll variations, and melts away stressy vibes through spinal twists. By merging breath with easy movement, the parasympathetic nervous system is activated. This system's job is to relax and reduce your body's activities. Disconnect from the outer world and cool down in grounding forward folds and neutralising twists, and let the relaxing sensations wash over you.


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Araliya Bosma

Araliya Bosma

For Araliya, yoga is a lifestyle. Personal growth, spirituality, music and dance are central to everything she does. She starts every day with meditation and journaling to reflect and connect to the present moment. Living as a nomad in her campervan, she finds inspiration and creative ideas in nature along the way, which she likes to share on the mat. 

Araliya has been working as a yoga and Pilates teacher for more than six years and has followed various training courses in The Netherlands and India, in styles such as Yin, Vinyasa, Hatha and classical Pilates. She currently guides 1 on1 yoga and Pilates sessions both in-person and online. She also facilitates her own ceremonies with plant medicines and mantra chanting circles, and organises events where she DJs ecstatic Dance music.  

You can find Araliya in Amsterdam and Arnhem or online via @araliyalifeflow or