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Many people want to get fit and live healthier lives but do not know where to start. I am here to help you. I offer you the necessary coaching and encouragement. All you have to do is focus on your physical and spiritual goals. Each week I propose classes with different energy through sequences of sequences of unique and various postures. Introduction to aromatherapy with the use of therapeutic essential oils of the brand DOTERRA Essential Oils, the philosophy of Yoga, chants of mantras with different instruments, or various meditations with sounds healing...

 

Haṭha Flow Yoga is a modern and relatively dynamic form of Hatha Yoga. It is an energizing practice, where we will work postures, asana, both statically and in sequences or sequences more or less dynamic, the rhythm of breathing. It is a fluid and graceful practice that strengthens the body and helps to circulate energy.

Hatha Flow yoga is a gentle and invigorating practice, relaxing as well as invigorating, respectful of the body and level of each.

Concretely, this physical practice gives pride of place to the respiratory work, and each posture will be synchronized to a deep and conscious breathing. This practice of Yoga invites us to let ourselves be guided by our breath to energize static postures, or to move fluidly from one posture to another by being aware of each movement, until we get rid of the mind.

Hatha Flow Yoga allows:
↠ Muscle, tendon and bone toning and relaxation
↠ an increase in the respiratory capacity
↠ help strengthen the nervous system and control the mind, aiming at the "cessation of the fluctuations of the mind" (cf Patanjali)
↠ The body is both relaxed but strengthened, our sensory perception refined, our consciousness broadened and the mind calmed.
We can then at the end of the session continue with a moment of relaxation.
Yoga is therefore a practice of global health, which brings the well-being of the body, the appeasement of the mind and the development of consciousness.

Rocket Yoga

Rocket Yoga is a style developed by Larry Schultz in San Francisco during the 1980s. It’s a dynamic and challenging practice where, as in Vinyasa, we move to the rhythm of the breath. It is a modification, or a new way to sequence the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. It breaks down its rigidity to make it easier to practice. The advantage is that even a beginner can try the advanced form of Rocket. There are many modifications to classic asanas, without losing on the benefits of each pose.

Here are some of the reasons to try Rocket Yoga:

- Learn to breathe in the right way and use bandhas.
- How to control and strengthen your abdomen and entire body
- Lighter feeling, even more energy physically and mentally
- Better flexibility, better resistance, lower fat levels, and better mobility
- Higher metabolism and better digestive fire
- Higher levels of detoxification
- Calm the mind
- Improved memory and concentration

Ashtanga Yoga is one of the most popular yoga styles and has been introduced by Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois.
The term ashtanga comes from Sanskrit asta, eight, and anga, members or parties. These eight members evoke the eight founding principles of Ashtanga: rules of behavior (Yamas), self-discipline (Niyamas), body postures (Asanas), breathing (Pranayama), mastery of the senses (Pratyahara), concentration (Dharana ), meditation (Dhyana) and self-realization (Samadhi).
Ashtanga Yoga offers 6 series each composed of a precise sequence of several postures in synchronization with the breathing. The first I teach is the most commonly used, and more accessible. It is known to detoxify and strengthen the body, gain flexibility but also to stabilize the nervous system.

Max Meditation System™

The technique of Max Meditation System ™ which is a fusion of Eastern and Western meditation techniques as well as NLP, Kotodama or transcendental meditation and much more!
Experiment with an easy meditation technique for beginners in a comfortable posture. You will receive several tools to help you manage your thoughts and give you a sense of inner peace. An ideal way to refocus, improve concentration and relaxation and deepen intuition.
The benefits of meditation are many here are some:
- Reduces stress and tension
- Reduction of physical and emotional pain
- Master your thoughts more
- Detachment of situations and less drama in your life
- Happiness and peace of mind
- increased concentration
- spontaneity and creativity
- Learn to "know yourself"
- builds self-confidence
- Increases energy, strength, vigor
- Helps to increase clarity
- Increases serotonin that stimulates good mood
- Creates a state of deep relaxation and a general sense of well-being

Yin Yoga

Yin is the feminine, dark, passive, receptive, reflective, withdrawn, cool, introspective aspects of life. Yin yoga was developed to penetrate deep into connective tissue expanding flexibility while invigorating the energy centers of the body (meridiens or nadis) to release blockages and increase your energy flow. Focusing on static movement, Pranayama and meditation to create a profoundly deep and rewarding practice. The primary differences between Yin Yoga and many other forms of yoga is that you are encouraged to not use your muscles and passive poses are held for several minutes.

Contact me to find out which course is best for you and reserve your place today.

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