In Glaum Yoga 4 different disciplines are being worked on: Hatha Yoga, Tai-chi, Kundalini Yoga, Expressive Movement and Mindfulness.


Hatha Yoga:

Take care of the physical body and the balance of mental energies.

It includes: breathing, souls (yoga postures), concentration, meditation and relaxation.

The yoga that we practice follows the teachings of the teacher Ramon Casas, who proposes a corrective and evolutionary yoga, according to Nil Hahoutoff. Special emphasis is placed on the evolution of respiration and postural correction. Yoga is a union and everyone can practice it by applying it to their needs.





It is an “internal” martial art. It is the art of “not strength” that is capable of overcoming force; the language of softness that prevails over hardness. According to Tew Bunnang’s words, it is “the calligraphy of yin and yang”, the alternation between the receptive and the creative, the soft and the hard, the feminine and the masculine.



Kundalini Ioga

“The kundakini makes you aware, elevates you, gives you strength and discipline, opens you up to intuition and helps you deal with everyday problems”




Expressive Movement

The body as the gateway to the mind and emotions, forming the trinity body – mind – emotion (energy in motion).

An individual group work space, where through dance, expression, voice, imitation, play and dramatization, we make contact with our centers of energy from our body (chakras), we wake it up, loosen it, release the accumulated stress, we learn to listen to it, and from that greater perception, we are healing the interferences to achieve interdependence in the operation from each center, recovering natural movements, vital energy and joy.

Aimed at: all people who want to express, internalize, expand, release contained energy, open to your own feelings, to contact with yourself and with others, in a fun and loving space.

“Putting awareness in the expressive movement, the breath, the skin, the senses, matter, we give form and space to thoughts and emotions, we harmonize our body, to become a serene and inhabited presence ”





It teaches us to know how our consciousness works and to act without reacting. We can understand that it is the stress and its mechanisms learning to identify our emotions.