Refugium offers weekly yoga classes based on hatha vinyasa and embodied yin in the cosy studio on Styrmansgatan 7 in Jakobstad. In the summer there are also classes offered outdoors in Gamla Hamn as well as in Fäboda. The studio takes only a small number of participants at a a time, so the atmosphere is tranquile and safe. All classes are combining yoga poses and/or sequences with breath exercises and elements of relaxation and mindfulness. Most classes are designed to suit both beginners and more experienced participants.
Mats, blocks, bolsters, belts and blankets are available in the studio, but you can also bring your own yoga gear.
Classes are held in either Swedish/Finnish/English depending on who is taking part of the class.
You can book your spot for a yoga class HERE.
If you prefer to use a 10/5/3-times card or pay with cash, e-passi, TYKY or SMARTUM you can do so at the studio. Seniors and students get a 30% discount of the normal price on weekly classes.
For courses, retreats, brunches or other events, please send a message to email@example.com.
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