PRACTICES

My training as a physiotherapist allows me to guide participants according to their difficulties, by bringing them a correct adjustment of postures in order to avoid them injuries. A bodily awakening with an awareness of its physical limits, its breathing and the zenitude of the mind have an essential place in the courses offered.

The important thing is to reconnect soul, body and spirit. Yoga improves physical well-being, helps develop mental strength and emotional stability, thus providing daily well-being.

The courses are accessible to all and at all levels.

HATHA VINYASA YOGA

This dynamic type of yoga is the most common form of yoga in the West. Based on postures (asanas), breathing (pranayama) and relaxation (yoga nidra), this practice is ideal for gently relaxing your body and mind.

Hatha Yoga aims to increase concentration and vitality by working on the control and lengthening of the breath. An essential step in the discovery of the discipline.

Vinyasa Yoga connects each posture so that each one introduces the basics of the next. It is an invitation to meditate in motion, to focus on each posture, each transition, in order to be in the present moment.

HATHA VINYASA YOGA

This dynamic type of yoga is the most common form of yoga in the West. Based on postures (asanas), breathing (pranayama) and relaxation (yoga nidra), this practice is ideal for gently relaxing your body and mind.

Hatha Yoga aims to increase concentration and vitality by working on the control and lengthening of the breath. An essential step in the discovery of the discipline.

Vinyasa Yoga connects each posture so that each one introduces the basics of the next. It is an invitation to meditate in motion, to focus on each posture, each transition, in order to be in the present moment.

Yin yoga accesses connective tissue (fascia) in depth, regulating the flow of energy in the body.

This practice differs from dynamic yoga in that it is a gentler approach with a much deeper physical focus. Yin yoga postures are more passive and mostly performed on the floor. They are few in number and take between 3 and 5 minutes each.

The goal of this practice is to relax your body and mind as much as possible, relax your muscles, improve your flexibility and thus find comfort in discomfort.

YIN YOGA

YIN YOGA

Yin yoga accesses connective tissue (fascia) in depth, regulating the flow of energy in the body.

This practice differs from dynamic yoga in that it is a gentler approach with a much deeper physical focus. Yin yoga postures are more passive and mostly performed on the floor. They are few in number and take between 3 and 5 minutes each.

The goal of this practice is to relax your body and mind as much as possible, relax your muscles, improve your flexibility and thus find comfort in discomfort.

AQUA YOGA

Aqua yoga is yoga that combines breathing, relaxation, stretching and toning. Performed in water, the efforts it requires appear softer while creating particularly pleasant hydromassage conditions.

The whole attraction of aqua yoga lies in the exercises performed without the constraint of having to work too hard. In particular, it helps strengthen the perineum and the pelvic region without any risk of overtraining.

Aqua yoga is also perfect for relaxing and soothing expectant mothers with the feeling of floating and lightness once in the water while stimulating them to be physically ready on the day of delivery.

AQUA YOGA

Aqua yoga is yoga that combines breathing, relaxation, stretching and toning. Performed in water, the efforts it requires appear softer while creating particularly pleasant hydromassage conditions.

The whole attraction of aqua yoga lies in the exercises performed without the constraint of having to work too hard. In particular, it helps strengthen the perineum and the pelvic region without any risk of overtraining.

Aqua yoga is also perfect for relaxing and soothing expectant mothers with the feeling of floating and lightness once in the water while stimulating them to be physically ready on the day of delivery.