FlowingYOGA is specialized in vinyasa and ashtanga yoga. In a relaxing white yoga shala along the Tiensesteenweg in Leuven you can enjoy different yoga styles by certified teachers. For those looking for a less dynamic class, we also teach easyflow, yin and yang, yin, hatha and prenatal yoga. You can join our classes whenever you want without reservation beforehand. FlowingYOGA also offers regular workshops restorative yoga.

After a class you feel rejuvenated, energized and relaxed. Escape from the stress of daily life and join us for a powerful yoga class. Get more strength, flexibility, better immune system, and find peace and harmony in your life.


Is yoga for me?

People of every age can practice yoga. Yoga is not about how flexible your are or how much strength you have. Yoga is about becoming in the present, accepting your physical ability and cultivating a sense of harmony in every asana, no matter how deep you can go in the posture.

FlowingYOGA offers different types of classes. Listen to your body, respect your body and you will benefit from the physical and mental healing effect of yoga.

What is yoga?

Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’, meaning to yoke, to join or unite. At FlowingYOGA you practice asanas (physical postures) and pranayama (breath control) to unite your body, mind and breath.

Yoga is also named the science of health. It’s an ancient science to remove all the tension and blockages in our body and mind with the ultimate goal to find eternal happiness, joy and bliss.



The studio is closed on November 1. On November 11, no yin yoga, but we do have the special Restorative Yoga and Sound Bath workshop on November 11 from 11:15 till 12:30 (registration is required). Also the evening vinyasa will take place. Check our website regularly for modifications in class schedule or closing days.

12:00 - 13:00EasyFlowbeginnersBarbara
18:30 - 19:45EasyFlow (prana vinyasa) beginners Joni
20:00 - 21:30Ashtanga full primarylevel 2Anita
For those who want to do the half primary series, the teacher will indicate when you can start the closing sequence while other students proceed with the full primary series.
09:30 - 10:45Vinyasaall levels +Barbara
17:15 - 18:15Tieneryogaall levelsSophie

No yoga for teenagers during school vacations. No class on 26/12 and 2/1
18:30 - 19:45EasyFlowbeginnersSophie
20:00 - 21:15Ashtanga half primaryall levelsSorina
09:30 - 10:45Vinyasaall levels +Katrien / Joni
11:00 - 12:00Yin and Yang yogabeginnersVicky
14:00 - 15:15Yoga for cancer patients: every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the monthclass scheduled on 10/11 and 24/11Inge

Level explanation

We give classes for different levels. Please select a class suitable for your level. Both you and the other yogi(ni)s will benefit from this.

Beginners: These classes are for anyone who wants to start or just started with yoga.

All levels:  These classes are for both beginners and more experienced yogi(ni)’s. Different options are being presented for each level.

All levels +: For these classes you need to be familiar with the basics of yoga asanas by having followed about 10 beginners classes such as Easyflow or Ashtanga Basics.

Level 2: You have at least 3 to 6 months experience  in ashtanga or vinyasa yoga. These are intensive classes.


Yoga styles

Ashtanga is a series of postures (asanas) connected by the breath. This style combines sequential, flowing movements with focused internal awareness. The series are fixed and are designed for daily self practice,...
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Vinyasa is a dynamic yoga class. We synchronize movement on the breath in creative flows. Unlike the fixed sequence in ashtanga, every vinyasa class is different. It is always a discovery. There is room for...
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EasyFlow is based on Vinyasa. The pace of the classes is significantly lower and there is more time for relaxation during the classes, with postures adapted to different needs. Some postures will be held longer to...
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Yin Yoga
Yin Yoga consists of a series of floor exercises held for 3 to 5 minutes. It stimulates connective tissue, ligaments and cartilage, important to allow maximal range of motion in the joints. This cannot be achieved in...
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Hatha Yoga
"Ha" can be translated as sun and "tha" as moon. One is not possible without the other. Hatha yoga helps you to experience the unity between two extremes, to unite opposites, to experience balance between body and mind,...
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Yin and Yang yoga
Everything consists of yin and yang. Yin is considered as the moon energy, the feminine energy, tranquility, intuition. Yan is the sun energy, masculine energy, activity, dynamism. Our hectic Western society, in which...
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Yoga for Pregnancy
Yoga for Pregnancy focuses on the things you can still do during pregnancy. It is an active class in which we work on having fun, relaxing, preventing common physical complaints and efficient breathing. A pregnancy...
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Pilates is similar to yoga but emphasizes your body’s core — the abdomen, obliques, lower back, inner and outer thigh, butt, and so on. For this reason, Pilates develops much of what exercisers need...
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Prana Vinyasa Flow®
Prana: life-force, breath, movement of life Vinyasa: evolution, wave, cycle, lineage teachings of flowing yoga Yoga: to unify, the state of unified consciousness Prana Vinyasa ®, created by Shiva Rea, is a...
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Yoga bij kanker
Wat kan je verwachten Yoga kan je helpen om de neveneffecten van een kankerbehandeling op korte en lange termijn dagelijks beter te hanteren. Het regelmatig beoefenen van yoga kan je ook helpen om terug meer greep te...
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Tieneryoga - Yoga voor Tieners van 12-16 jaar! Eerste les op woensdag 5 september 2018 Iedere woensdag van 17:15 tot 18:15 Tieners staan vaak enorm onder druk. Er komt soms (te) veel op hun af en dat uit...
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Prices as of January 2016

Most classes last 1:15h (check our schedule)standardstudent
Try your first class5 euro5 euro
Drop in13 euro12 euro
10 class card (valid for 6 months)100 euro90 euro
Month card 1 class per week37 euro34 euro
Month card 2 classes per week53 euro48 euro
Month card unlimited65 euro58 euro
  • Month cards have to be taken for a minimum duration of 6 months. You pay through monthly direct debit. For month cards of 1 class or 2 classes per week: if you cannot make it one week, you can take the missed classes the next week.
  • Month cards start beginning of the month. If you want to start your subscription in the course of the month, you can pay the remaining amount for that month cash in the studio:

Standardstart wk 2
start wk 3
start wk 4
Month card 1 class per week2818,59
Month card 2 classes per week4026,513
Month card unlimited4932,516

Studentstart wk 2
start wk 3
start wk 4
Month card 1 class per week25,5178,5
Month card 2 classes per week362412
Month card unlimited43,52914,5

Terms and conditions

  • After 6 months, the month card is every month automatically extended until you send an email to info@flowingyoga.be before the 22nd of the month to change your month card, either to cancel it or stop for a few weeks.
  • Month cards cannot be refunded if you forget to cancel your subscription.
  • You can change your subscription formula (once a week, twice a week or unlimited) maximum two times a year. To change it, you have to send an email to info@flowingyoga.be before the 22nd of the month.
  • Month cards can be stopped for a few weeks maximum twice a year. Extensions are only possible in case of vacation, if applied for in advance and before the 22nd of the month, or in case of injury, if applied for immediately and with medical certificate as proof.
  • 10 class cards are personal, not extendable and cannot be refunded.
  • Students get a discount with a valid student ID.
  • There are no classes or an adapted class schedule on official holidays. The monthly price for the classes is an average over a year. Planned holidays are already taken into account. In case a class is cancelled due to one or a few free day(s), you can take this class on another day!
  • You cannot pay by card in the studio.
  • Risk: Taking part in a physical activity can carry risks. The participation in the classes is fully at the risk of the participant. FlowingYOGA cannot be held responsible for possible injuries, accidents, material damage or theft, directly or indirectly associated with the participation in the classes and/or presence in the classes.

Our teachers

Katrien Marent
Katrien is manager of FlowingYOGA. She gives dynamic vinyasa yoga classes in which you are invited to challenge your body and mind, to have fun and to find harmony and peace. She balances her dynamic yoga practice with...
Inge Wauters
Inge’s first introduction to yoga dates back to her teenage years. When her hobby intensive gymnastics became difficult to combine with her studies, her search for an alternative led to a yoga vacation. This was a...
Miriam van Gilse
Miriam started practising yoga in 1998 with Jacques Gheysen and attended his classes for more than 10 years. What started as a weekly practice turned into a life philosophy. During a 6 month stay in India Miriam got...
Sophie Vitse
Sophie has a passion for movement and work with children and adults. She has several years of experience as a dance teacher, educator and socio-cultural worker. On a trip through India, Sophie came into contact with...
Sorina Ursachi
Sorina came in touch with yoga in Helsinki, Finland where she practiced for a few months Hatha yoga with an Indian Buddhist monk. She really enjoyed the experience and soon after, she also got a chance to teach...
Barbara Van der Mersch
Barbara has been combining working with travelling for several years. On one of her travels in 2011, she tried out a yoga class in Peru. She was a gymnast when she was younger and was drawn to yoga because it reminded...
Vicky Van Loock
“Maybe the journey is not so much about becoming anything. Maybe it is about unbecoming everything that isn't really you so you can be who you were meant to be in the first place.” Vicky discovered yoga during a...
Joni Asselbergs
I discovered Vinyasa Yoga at FlowingYOGA in Leuven and soon it became a passion. Especially the athletic aspect of this yoga intrigues me. Some of the many health benefits of Vinyasa Yoga include increased flexibility,...
Erica Lutes
Erica from America, as some call her, thought she was coming to Leuven for a one year masters program. Over a decade later she is still growing her roots and thriving in this amazing city. Her passion for connecting...
Anita Joachims
Anita is very passionate about running. She has been running long distance for over more than 20 years. A few years ago she attended a demonstration of aerial yoga. Surprised by the dynamic and playfull aspect of aerial...
Flora van der Weij
Flora van der Weij practiced modern and oriental dance for many years before she took her first Pilates lesson in 2009. Her passion for a healthy lifestyle led first to a successful study in food and dietetics at...

Events and workshops

Start with dynamic yoga
January 12, 2019
14:00 - 16:00
This two-hour workshop provides a strong foundation on which to build a dynamic yoga practice such as EasyFlow, Vinyasa, Ashtanga. We will introduce the basics of a dynamic yoga class such as bandhas, ujjaji breath and...
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Workshop ouder-kind yoga
January 27, 2019
14:00 - 15:30
Kom samen met je kind, kleinkind, petekind, … genieten van een leuke les ouder-kind yoga gegeven door Sophie Vitse. Samen yoga beleven naast elkaar, met, op en onder elkaar! Ouder & kind yoga is ideaal om tijd...
Workshop eye yoga – improve your vision
February 2, 2019
14:00 - 17:00
In our Western society our eyes often receive an overdose of visual stimuli. The number of hours they are exposed to computer, smartphone and TV screens, artificial light, ... is often high. The viewing distance is...
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  • Tiensesteenweg 350, 3000 Leuven.
  • You can park for free at the parking lot of the Aldi next to FlowingYOGA.
  • The studio will be open 20 min before and after a class. If you have questions you can contact info@flowingyoga.be. Also check our FAQ.
  • Company number / TAX: BE0824409334

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Driving directions

When coming from Leuven center during peak hours, we recommend to take the Geldenaaksebaan, turn left on the N25 and turn left on Tiensesteenweg. FlowingYOGA is then on your left about 50m from the traffic lights.

The easiest way to access FlowingYOGA by bus is with bus line 380 Tienen / Tirlemont / Grote Markt / Boutersem leaving from the train station. You take the bus stop “De Mol”.

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FlowingYOGA 50.868591, 4.735588




If this is the first time you want to come to FlowingYOGA, below are some frequently asked questions that can help you:

Do I have to register for classes?

No, you can attend a class without registering in advance.

Do I have to choose for a fixed class?

No, you can come to every class you want as long as you take the level of the classes into account.

Can I try a class?

Yes, you can try a class for 5 euro without registering in advance. Please come 15 min before the class starts so that there is sufficient time to get to know each other and give some practical information.

Which class is suited for me?

It’s difficult to say which class is best suited for you. You can find a description of the classes here. You can try a class and ask advice from the teacher after the class. If you have never practiced yoga before, we advice you to start with a beginners class or all levels class. If you are interested in a quiet, non dynamic class, than yin yoga is something for you. If you want to combine quiet deep stretch with a dynamic part, than you can choose for yin and yang yoga. In hatha yoga we practice the yoga poses separately and give lots of attention to the breath. If you are looking for a dynamic beginners class, you can try easyflow or ashtanga basicsClass schedule can be found here.

How much does a class cost?

We have different memberships. You can find all the prices here. If you want to become a member, please complete the online registration form here.

What do I have to bring to the class?

You can use a yoga mat from our studio. However, if you practice yoga for a longer time, it’s better to use your own mat for hygienic purposes. Wear sports clothes or other comfortable stretchable clothing.
Classes are done on bare feet. Bring a small towel. And we suggest to not eat any heavy meals 2 hours before the class.

Also check out our “Tips for new students” page.

Yoga studio

Katrien Marent

Tiensesteenweg 350, 3000 Leuven


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