Yoga Vinyasa Dynamique

I offer you, in my course, a judicious combination of asanas, which will work your body and your “mind”, while adapting the breath to accompany each posture. Because there are, in fact, 10 different breathing methods. And we will end the course with a little moment of meditation and relaxation.
Develop physical resistance, health and beauty of the body, make it possible to breathe better and live longer, rejuvenate the taste for life at all ages, control stress, improve health, develop mental resources.

It is not necessary to have previously practiced yoga. Classes start at the beginner level and adapt to everyone’s pace and abilities, there is no age limit in yoga. The practice of yoga will allow you to lighten and then remove stiffness and tension from your body; you will regain tone, resistance and flexibility.
Each particular yoga position corresponds to particular muscles and organs in your body, which are massaged and exercised on occasion, to function to the best of their ability. The blood circulation improves there, as well as the hormonal system, that of the immunities, the nervous flow etc… You will then feel your body comfortable and pleasant, just as your mind will be calm and positive. Those who practice the discipline of yoga have the opportunity to live longer, feeling younger, happy and joyful.

My experience

* Yoga teacher since 2000
* Trained in India at the Hindu University of Benares and three other Indian schools
* Ayurvedic masseur (home massage on request)



Unlike Ashtanga yoga from which it is inspired, Vinyasa yoga is made up of non-fixed series. The term “vinyasa” comes from the Sanskrit “Nyasa” which means “to place”. We then understand that it is a question of placing the movement in the breath and therefore of creating dynamism in this way. Everything is based on the regular sequence of postures chosen by yogis. Without stopping, the poses and counter-poses are carried out throughout the session. The point is to work on one side of the body and then do the same on the other. All postures are punctuated in parallel by precise breathing. The breath and the movement are intimately linked, thus causing the increase in body temperature.