Frequently Asked Questions


·       What should I expect at a weekly classes?

The meetings usually start with a short introduction to Yoga at beginner’s level, followed by an guided meditation session. Some sessions offer light refreshments at the end of the evening during which time there is further opportunity to mingle, ask questions and socialize.

·       Do I need to bring a Mat or wear special clothing?

With Yogamen we generally supply mat to do Hatha Yoga, which is easy, effortlessly & spontaneously, no need to buy or use special clothing, use the same then you wear at sport. Just come as you are.

·       Do I need to pre-book or register?

There is on our webiste a register form for a weekly classes. You are welcome to just show up to any session. Just inform us.

·       Do I need to be fit & flexible?

Yogamen does not involve any strenuous physical exercise at all. It focuses upon achieving Yoga through awakening the subtle energies within, which once awakened, naturally & effortlessly establish a remarkable state of deep inner meditation. This is all done with easy Hatha Yoga Asanas.

·       Are the first classes really free?

Yes, Yogamen is free of charge the first time. Later you can buy courses whatever you need.

·       How long do classes last?

Typically classes last approximately 60-90 minutes. Sometimes light refreshments might be offered after a session.

·       Who runs the classes?

Weekly Classes are run by Stefan (owner of Yogamen) who is certified Yoga Alliance teacher since 2014, he offer guidance and help, so that you can master the simple techniques in your daily life.

·       I’m a little confused; you mention ‘achieving’ yoga. Is this a meditation class only or is it also a ‘yoga’ class, i.e a form of physical exercise on mats to increase suppleness etc? Or both? – would love it if you would clarify.

Yoga is a state one can achieve by your own. The idea of exercising or becoming supple to achieve Yoga is something, which has become popular in the West. Yoga exercises (Asanas) along with breathing exercises (Pranayama) might often be employed traditionally by a Yoga Teacher/Guru to help a student prepare and hone the physical body and attention to a point that one would be ready to receive ones awakening, sometimes called Jagruti, Self Realisation or Yoga. Sometimes this might be over a 12 year training period. Sahaja (Spontaneous) Yoga starts with the actualisation of this awakening and achievement of Yoga (which translates as Union).

·       So what is the point of Yoga?

Sahaja means easy and spontaneous. Yoga means union with the Divine – so this is what you get – an easy and spontaneous union with the Divine or all pervading power – whatever you like to call it. This is the aim of all Yoga even if today people have forgotten this point. The difference is that with Yogamen you will get the experience step by step, in the present moment. It is all worked out effortlessly, all we need to have is the innate, pure desire to achieve this connection.

·       Can anyone do it?

Yes, the living energy within our being, which is key to true Yoga meditation, is usually activated in the first session. The basics of ‘how to meditate at home’ are also explained, so you will have everything you need to make a start. Questions are welcome and answered as clearly as possible.

·       What is the value to join Yogamen ?

Most often the practice with a groupo of men @Yogamen, will shown each week contain insights into different aspects of YOGA and the subtle system, tips on overcoming conditionings, helpful observations on life, humourous insights into human behaviour etc. Most often the subtle effect of listening to these talk extracts can be felt on the palms of your hands, often felt as a cool wind, draught or breeze.

·       Who is Yogamen?

Yogamen can most readily be described as a starting point in own help for every men. During his life, Stefan, foundner of Yogamen teached & lived in severlas countrys, gave interviews to newspapers & radio stations & promote practice since 2004. It is extracts from these moments which we show each week so that everyone can experience Yogamen teachings first hand.

·       Wat are the cost?

Pricelist 2018 / personal and non sharable

  • 1 Yogaclass @Yogamen Shala is free

  • The 10 Class Pack expires in 90 days, starts from the date the first class is taken.  CHF 300.—

  • The 30 day unlimited expires in 30 days, starts from the date the first class is taken. CHF 150.–

  • The 3 month unlimited expires in 90 days, starts from the date the first class is taken. CHF350.–

  • The 6 month unlimited expires in 90 days, starts from the date the first class is taken. CHF 450.–

  • The Annual Membership is for 12 months, starts from the date the first class is taken. CHF 850.—

  • The Yoga Seminar / 4h / mornings, afternoons or evenings. CHF 95.–

  • The Yoga Teacher Training 220H,12 Month, inkl Teaching Material, excl Hotel/Flight etc; CHF 4950.–

  • Special Offer Memberships, such as Spring, Summer, Winter & Birthday or Christmas Special start from the date of purchase and is only perosonal usage.

  • We hope these few words are useful and helpful for you on your journey of personal ascent.

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“Yoga is the removal of the fluctuations of the mind”
Knowledge born of the finest discrimination takes us to the farthest shore. It is intuitive, omniscient, and beyond all divisions of time and space.”

“For those who have an intense urge for Spirit and wisdom, it is near them & waiting.”

“Life cannot be known only by the mind,its secrets can not be learned through the mind.”

“The attitude of gratitude is the highest yoga.”

Swami Satyananda Saraswati

The word Yoga means “unity” or “oneness” and is derived from the Sanskrit word yui, which means to join. This unity or joining in spiritual terms as the union of the individual consciousness with the universal consciousness. On a more practical level, yoga is means of balancing and harmonicing the body, mind and emotions. This is done through the practice of asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha, shatkarma and meditation, and must be achieved before union can take place with the higher reality.

Bhagavad Gita

( sixt chapter) Sri Krishna explains to Arunja the meaning of Yoga as a deliverance from contact with pain & sorrow: “ when mind,intellect & self under control, free from restless desiree, that they rest in spirit within, a man becomes  Yukta-one in communication with God.”

Bks Iyengar

Yoga is one of the six orthodox systems of Indian philosophy, it was collated, co ordinated & systemazid by “ Patanjali” in his classical work: the yoga sutras, which consist 185 terse aphorism.



Stefan Boeni (48), MBA, RTC-200 Yoga Alliance, is an active and diligent Swiss with a particularly Vite. He started with a technical education in Zurich. After that, he moved into the field of management, dealing with sales, marketing, and personnel management and development.

A two-year study (MBA) at the University of Wollongong (UOW) in Sydney, Australia turned his career and mind in a completely new direction. Back in Switzerland, he used these new findings for his new professional challenges.

In 2010, Boeni finally discovered yoga again on a deeper level. He immersed himself completely in the following years to this path. He traveled to India several times, learning from the best. This was followed by an education as a yoga teacher, proved by Yoga Alliance. Yoga became a new change in his life.

From the very beginning of his yoga experience, Boeni had the desire to write a yoga book for beginners. It is crucial for him to offer the reader access to knowledge that guarantees him rapid success as a beginning yoga student.

Gurdeepak Singh


Indian, is a qualified Yoga Teacher and a hobbyist mountaineer and climber. A lot of his growing-up years were spent in the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges, from where his love for outdoors comes. He believes outdoor settings are a catalyst for self-reflections. Gurdeepak has a Post-Graduation in Human Resources and an advanced Masters in Sports Management from the AISTS – International Academy for Sport Science and Technology at the Ecole Polytecnic Federale de Lausanne.
He worked for five years as a trainee and later as a Manager at the International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation in Bern, Switzerland working with climbing equipment manufacturers. With his roots in Indian lifestyle and his practice of yoga asanas from his school days in India, was born the idea of Aroga Yoga School in Switzerland where he gives Yoga courses and talks on Meditation. He collaborates with people with similar philosophy to offer many these courses in outdoor settings that are the best environment in helping to heal many ailments.

The result is finding inner balance, leading to you becoming a better partner and family man. Yoga is a simple form of movement that builds upon a man’s strengths. It can be added into your life starting with a 15-minute yoga session.
In conclusion, YogaMen is about being able to master mental and physical requirements differently and with more balance. This makes you feel confident and strong while you use all of these newly gained powers in your personal journey.