“Yoga does not transform the way we see things; it transforms the person who sees.”
— B.K.S. Iyengar
Yoga is a way to create space for change in our lives. With over eight years of experience as a yoga teacher, I offer private and group classes in various types yoga, among which, pre / postnatal yoga (de Gasquet’s Technic) and yin yoga
Yoga nidra is a conscious relaxation meant to release tensions which are being held in our body, mind and energy field. In nidra, a state of deep relaxation is achieve through progressive relaxation and the release of tension in each part of the body. This type of yoga can help reversing the impact of stress by restoring the nervous system.
The more Yin parts of ourselves and the cosmos are those parts which are drawn towards stillness and acceptance. The deep connective tissue represents this part of ourselves. In yin yoga, we hold restorative postures for about five minutes in order to allow the deep connective tissues soften.
Pre/ post natal yoga
This method was developed to help women dealing with discomfort due to pregnancy and to prepare for child birth. It is also designed to help women adapting to the change occurring in their bodies before and after child birth.
Often described as a « flow », Vinyasa can be experienced as a moving meditation where breath and movement are connected
This method is accessible to most people, including seniors and people who might have difficulties attending a common yoga class due to a mental and/or physical disability.
A classic form of yoga involving Asanas (postures) et Pranayama (breath exercices)
A dynamic type of yoga that was brought to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. During an Ashtanga practice one stays in average five breath in each postures and goes through a specific series of postures. There are six series in total, increasing in difficulty as one moves from the primary series on
This technique combines a mental concentration with guided muscular relaxation. I learned this method at a psychological center (CMP La Garenne Colombes) with clinical psychologist Ouahida Gretter.