Yoga in Brussels
A flaneurs paradise, life moves a little slower in Brussels and many like it that way. Sit in a cafe and indulge in waffles doused in chocolate, then wander the streets and take in the art and architectural wonders.
Yoga in Brussels is a splendid idea, from its exquisite culinary scene to the breathtaking baroque and gothic architecture and 120 studios serving the city. You can start your trip in the famous Grand Place square, from there you won’t have to travel far to get a good a yoga session in.
When not in class you can delve into the culture and a big plate of waffles! Brussels boasts an abundance of street art, famous museums, and friendly faces who will be glad to chat over a drink, likely after Vinyasa class.
The summer is a great time to visit, though the most popular time of the year, you will get the chance to see the Grand Place Square covered in tulips during August.
With so much to offer to a solo traveler or even a family you will never be bored. The city’s architecture is not to be missed such as the unique attractions Atomium, a stainless steel building in the structure of a molecule. Or spend your days exploring a continent in Mini Europe amusement park, where Europe’s most treasured attractions are showcased on a miniature scale. Once the sun goes down you can make your way to the city center to indulge in locally crafted drinks with locals, then end the night with an art exhibition or jazz concert, or even a late night yoga session, there is always something happening in Brussels.
With the yoga scene booming in Brussels you will find workshops, classes, events and teacher training for whatever is your preferred practice. You can instantly feel at home in the cozy studios with welcoming students and warm teachers. One of the favorites studios is The Yoga Loft, where they aim to create close ties with their students and are there to help each individual to further their practice. Studios in Brussels tend to focus on many practices; you can find Ashtanga, Hot Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Gentle Flow, Hatha and specialty classes such as Pre/Post Natal Yoga and children’s courses. The yoga culture is tightly knit in Brussels so be sure to stay after class and mingle or join a community meditation class and get to know some locals.