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Yoga sur le pont


Come and experience the magic of Yoga & Meditation! Depending on what you like, you can enjoy a dynamic or a soft practice. 

Each Yoga class is a journey to unite the body and the mind. Learn how to adapt each posture to the unicity of your body. Gift yourself love and quality time. Being a meditation facilitator, I bring you to a peaceful state of mind.
The yoga mindset is not about performance or achieving something. It is about self-discovery and self-care to have a loving relationship with yourself.

If you travel to Thailand, come visit me on the beautiful island of Koh Phangan. I teach Pranayama (breathing techniques) & Meditations with Crystal Singing Bowls. I offer Yoga classes and active meditations in the famous Orion Healing Center. Follow me on FB or Insta to discover the schedule. 

Meditation with Crystal Bowls with Khala
Orion Healing Center, Koh Phangan, Thailand, April 2023, France 2 TV

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Hatha Yoga is a practice that includes body and mind work using breathing techniques, postures, relaxation and meditation. It is slower than Vinyasa and Ashtanga, though you can find the same postures. You hold each posture for several breaths, bringing your awareness in every inch of your body. Usually, the pedagogy is to alternate sides for the same posture before moving on to the next one.

“Ha” represents the sun, the dynamic energy, the action, “tha” the moon, receptivity, the letting go,  Yoga means “union” of yourself with the universe/Divine/Higher consciousness. Hatha Yoga is the union, the complementarity of these two energies, to find balance and unite with the divine that resides within us.

Hatha Yoga


Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic practice where the postures melt into one another with the breathing. Like a necklace, the pearls are the postures and the cord is the breathing that unites them. You can flow from one posture to another on the same side then do the same sequence on the other side. Each posture is done with consciousness of the breathing and respect of the body. You can start the class with a breathing technique to tune in and finish with a relaxation to integrate. I always include a little meditation but it is not common in all Vinyasa classes. It can be a little more challenging than Hatha Yoga but each posture has different options to fit your abilities. There is a special awareness on the bandhas (body locks) during the breathing techniques to channel energy.

What are the benefits of Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga?

Physical benefits:

  • lower blood pressure and heart rate

  • stretches and tones your muscles

  • improves flexibility and lubricates the joints

  • removes physical tensions

  • activates the organs and relaxes the body

Mental benefits:

  • stills the mind

  • reduces stress, depression and anxiety

  • enhances body and breath awareness


Emotional benefits:

  • transforms your energy and allows it to flow freely

  • instills peace

  • promotes self-love and wellbeing

Spiritual benefits:

  • self-inquiry to discover who you are

  • connect to the divine within you

  • find your true nature.

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Vinyasa Yoga



Restorative yoga is the Yoga of conscious rest. It is a passive, supportive and therapeutic practice that encourages a deep physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Appropriate for all levels, it is practiced at a slow pace using a lot of props such as pillow, bolster, blanket, block, eye pillow to have the highest standards of comfort and allow the body to surrender to gravity. Unlike active yoga, you can hold each posture for 5 minutes or more.

What are the benefits of Restorative Yoga?


  • Boosts immune system

  • Reduces fatigue and anxiety

  • Helps overcome depression

  • Stills the mind

  • Promotes a deep, conscious relaxation

  • Activates the parasympathetic nervous system, the “rest and digest” part of your nervous system, to balance an active life style

  • Lubricates the joints and nourishes the fascia

  • Helps with meditation

Restorative Yoga


Yoga Nidra is a deep physical, emotional and mental relaxation where you can enter an alternated state of consciousness where the conscious mind and the unconscious can meet. Just like a guided meditation, it is a journey through the brain waves from beta to alpha waves where you deeply relax and reset your vitals organs to a state of homeostasis (balance). There is nothing to do, nowhere to go, you only need to comfortably lie down and surrender. The voice of the teacher drives you deeper and deeper within you to a state where your mind is mostly alert, your body safely rests and your unconscious is unfolding.

You can have or not a sankalpa which is an intention, a short positive affirmation that you repeat twice in your practice. It is like planting a seed in your unconscious to manifest it in your life.

Yoga nidra can help people suffering from insomnia, anxiety, stress and for people who pursue a spiritual journey and want to manifest their sankalpa in life.

It can be combined with restorative yoga to prepare the body to let go.

What are the benefits of Yoga Nidra?


  • Deeply relaxes and restores your body bringing back homeostasis (balance) to your organs

  • It is accessible to anyone regardless of physical issues; can be done lying down or sitting.

  • Reduces anxiety and stress

  • Increases your creativity

  • Helps you fall asleep if you suffer from insomnia

  • Increases the awareness of your conscious and subconscious mind.

  • Brings you clarity and strengthens your intuition

  • The sankalpa (positive affirmation) helps you manifest your purpose in life.

  • Helps with meditation.

  • *Not advised for people with schizophrenia.

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Yoga Nidra


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