WILL Be Strong is an accredited school for Mind & Movement.
“It is our soul purpose to turn practices for self-development into transformations for life”
We believe that everything you can give to others, is already inside you. At WILL Be Strong we help you on your journey to just be. Through the inner practice during our (Online) Classes, you will start to “re”connect with your inner self. The more you are true to yourself, the more you will feel and understand your purpose. It’s time to just be and start sharing this beauty with the world.
Having thoughts during yoga is very normal. They are there to tell you something. You can have different types of thoughts. In this blog we dive a bit deeper into the common four ánd how you can learn from them!
Do you know that we keep our past memories in our body and that they are affecting our mind? How can we embrace them and heal them?As teachers, it's often that we “touch” the past memories of our students. In our practices, we encounter this while moving the body and...
What our students and cooperation partners say about us
“During this coaching I learned to listen to myself, to let my own feeling be there again: a solid foundation on which I can build further. I experienced the learning environment as very pleasant. There was room for each other and it soon felt familiar. Outside the actual sessions, there was contact and space to discuss things.”
“Beautiful concept, great effect! It is nice to see that so much time is spent on the proper development of the entire program. Communication always runs smoothly. Easy to reach and always help each other where necessary! It is wonderful to see how much passion and pleasure is being put into this great company. I hope it will be very successful and that many children in Amersfoort can participate in the WILL Be Strong Heroes Program.”
“It is a really interesting experience. Starting the day with this meeting has made me feel more relaxed. You learn a lot about focusing on yourself and making your own decisions instead of caring too much about the opinions of others.”