Ekhart Yoga
Yoga Teacher

Ekhart Yoga is the place to do your home Yoga practice. You can find Yoga for total beginners all the way up to an advanced level. Founded by Esther Ekhart and joined by a growing number of top European and US Yoga teachers.

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    6-part Fitness course
    Full Body Yoga Workout
    A 6-part course with Ekhart Yoga
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    In this course, get a full body yoga workout by starting with basics, like Downward Facing Dog, Lunge poses, and an arm workout, then move onto several flows that get the energy and breath flowing.

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