means FORCE in Sanskrit.


It is a form of yoga that works with the physical postures named the asanas.

During a class you learn to practice them safely and in a correct alignement.

You also train on breathing technics, the pranayamas,
and discover the meaning and use of the mudras, the hand gestures.


Benefits of a regular practice are multiple.

 Levels of energy and  focus are highly increased, the self-awareness is sharpening,

and  flexibility improves. Hatha yoga tones and stretches the all body,

but also  relieves back problems

and stimulates the general health condition.


Yin Yoga

is based on Taoist concept with key word STILLNESS.


Each asana or posture is held for a long period of time (between two and seven minutes) which brings ones close to a meditative state.


The poses are passive and work deeply on conective tissues as ligaments, tendons and fascias.

Yin Yoga is recommanded against stress and anxiety.

It also improves the flexibility of all articulations,

 increases the prana (energy) and unlocked physical blocages.



Yoga nidra

or SLEEP in Sanskrit


 Yoga nidra is a soft practice that brings you close of the sleeping zone.

Eyes closed, body still confortably lying on the mat you are guided by the voice of the instructor through vizualisations and a ''body maping''.


Yoga nidra is ideal for stress relief and helps against insomnia.



Active meditation


In active meditation you can be eyes closed or opened. You can be sitting or walking, even speaking. The purpose of an active meditation  is the focus on the here and now and on your own values and targets like ''SELF-RESPECT, FREEDOM, WILL-POWER...''

The teacher invites you to perform mindfull exercises and to widen the field of the possibilities.


Effects of  meditation are powefull.

 A regular practice will help you to

 experience a clear mind, to

 balance your emotions and thoughts

and to increase your inner joy.
It also can solve mental blocks

 and create a peacefull and loving inner space.