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Cours de yoga


You will benefit from free personalised support and constant attention as we are open all day and available for you. So don't hesitate!

Our team of professionals will guide you towards the style of yoga that best suits your needs, desires and body.

We will advise you in the best way possible,

so that you can get the most out of the benefits of yoga practice.

Our Classes

Classes schedules are meant to adjust our clients and thus will continue to evolve through out the year. We have a variety of yoga styles taught by selected teachers for their experience and internationally renown certificates.


We aim to provide as much styles as possible to give our clients the possibility to find the best practice for them.

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yoga planning

The Planning

Please SVP your spot for every classes you would like to attend.

(Here our instructions....)


Dec 11 - Dec 17















Our Teachers


Dennis Vargas

Anusara yoga

Vanessa Hay

Vinyasa Yoga

Alex Wan

Hatha Yoga

Yoga Styles


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Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic and energetic form of Hatha.

Vinyasa means movement in Sanskrit, so the sequences are fast. Each breath guides a movement which allows you to gain a better breath in time.

This sporty class will challenge you and you will feel even better than after a good sport session.

Typically the class for those who think "yoga is not for me, I am too dynamic or not zen enough". Come and try it.

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Hatha Yoga is the basis for all movements and styles of yoga. 

The postures are held for longer periods of time to develop balance, flexibility and deep muscle tone.

Hatha helps to improve the breath as the breath helps to hold the postures.

Class focus on alignment.

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Pre-post natal

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Prenatal Yoga :

For pregnant women from 3 months of pregnancy.

Prenatal Yoga allows pregnant women to live their pregnancy well and to prepare for the arrival of their baby, to keep physically active and to breathe.

Create space for yourself and your baby; help you to slow down and relax; relieve the minor aches and pains of pregnancy; gain confidence in yourself and your ability to become a mother.

Post-natal yoga: after perineal and abdominal rehabilitation

Helps the new mother to recover her strength and reconnect with her body. It gently remuscles the perineum, lifts the organs and relieves the often painful back (to be practiced with medical approval).

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