It’s with great sadness that I made the decision to permanently close FlowingYOGA as of today, June 15 2020.

I’ve started FlowingYOGA 9 years ago from a dream to share my passion for yoga to as many as possible in Leuven, making yoga accessible to everyone everyday. Together with all our valuable teachers, we have created a vibrant yoga community and I’m very thankful for the many hours we spent together on the mat.

However, over the last couple of years, the studio faced already challenges with the growing intensity of competition in the saturated Leuven yoga and fitness market. Our exorbitant overhead costs (which haven’t stopped with COVID-19) and the uncertain situation we are currently facing, with many students not returning to their mat and the risk of a second outbreak, has brought me to the hard reality that FlowingYOGA has to close it books.

Many of you know that I have been struggling a lot with making this decision. Many sleepless nights, many financial calculations, rethinking scenarios to survive … over and over again… brought me with sadness to the point that it’s time to face the hard truth.

I want to thank also all the teachers who have supported me over the years and especially the last months.

I don’t know what the future will bring, but for now, I have to go through this hard decision and take a break from teaching. Thank you for understanding and most of all, thank you for making my dream come true over the last 9 years.



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.


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 / Deep Release Yin
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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Deep Flow & Yoga Nidra
Ready for a monthly reboot? The first part of this practice brings you longer and deeper into some yogaposes or asana’s. A sort of slow vinyasa (45’). When the body is soft and warm, you prepare for a deep...
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Yogatherapie voor chronische ziektes en kanker
Wil je ook graag yoga beoefenen, maar heb je chronische gezondheidsproblemen of  kreeg je  in het (recente) verleden te maken met een kankerdiagnose, dan kan je in deze les de specifieke yoga-tools aanleren...
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Terms and conditions

  • Class cards are personal, non-renewable and non-refundable.
  • Exceptionally, on presentation of a doctor’s note, a class card can be extended.
  • All classes must be booked in advance via our online reservation system. You can book up to a few minutes before the class if there is still a place available. 
  • Classes will take place when we have 5 registrations 2h before class. If we do not have 5 registrations 2h in advance, you will be notified by email that the class has been cancelled.
  • You can cancel a class that you booked free of charge up to 24 hours in advance via the reservation system. Otherwise the class will be charged.
  • The class schedule can be changed at any time without prior notice. 
  • Students under the age of 23 receive a discount on presentation of a valid student card. They must e-mail a photo of their student card to before buying a class or class package at the student rate.
  • On public holidays there is no class or a modified timetable.
  • During the summer holidays we offer an extensive class schedule. We normally close a week at the end of July from Saturday to Sunday the following week and during the extended weekend of Ascension. But this can be adjusted.
  • Due to hygienic measures, no yoga mats are made available in the studio. You can buy yoga mats of good quality in the studio, payment via webshop.
  • The bolsters in the studio may only be used if you put your own bath towel on them.
  • In the studio you can only pay via the online reservation system or via the webshop.
  • 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...
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...
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...
Nele Matthys
In 2015 Nele unsuspectingly stepped into her first yoga class and she has continued to do so! Nele has always done lots of sports, has danced and walked a lot but she noticed that yoga did something very different with...
Camila Chovet
Camila started yoga when she was a teenager. Her mom suggested her to go with her to help cope with stress. Since she went to her first vinyasa class in 2007, she was completely hooked. After a few years, she also...
Jan Theunis
In 2006, Jan entered the unknown world of yoga for the first time. Shoes off, lights dimmed and a mixture of soft asanas, pranayama and a touch of yoga nidra. He was hooked. From the first class yoga brought connection...

Events and workshops



If you want to come to FlowingYOGA for the first time, you can find some frequently asked questions below:

Do I have to register for classes?

Yes, you do. Before you come to the studio for the first time, create an account on our online reservation system. You must always book your class in advance through our online reservation system.

Do I have to choose for a fixed class?

No, you can participate in any class as long as you take into account the level of the classes.

Can I try a class?

We offer a discovery card for first-time yogis at FlowingYOGA. With this card, you can take unlimited classes for 2 weeks for 25 euros. You have to bring your own yoga mat.

If you don’t have a yoga mat, you can also book our discovery package. Then you can take unlimited classes for 45 euro for 2 weeks and get a yoga mat for 22,5 euro. 

Our discovery card or discovery package is a one-off offer for when you come to the studio for the first time.

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. You have to register in advance via our online reservation system.

What do I have to bring to the class?

For hygienic reasons we do not have yoga mats available in the studio. So bring your own yoga mat. We also sell good quality yoga mats in the studio that you can pay for through our webshop. Wear sportswear or other comfortable stretch clothing. All classes are barefoot. Bring a small towel. If you want to use a bolster, bring a bath towel to put on the bolster for hygienic reasons. We also recommend not to eat heavy meals 2 hours before class.

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

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