A sequence that relaxes the whole body and opens the chest and pelvis. It prepares the extension of the spine and opening of the heart area for poses such as Urdhva dhanurasana , Shalabhasana or Ushtrasana.
A sequence of poses that strengthens the core muscles and the arms. The practice ends with several regenerative poses.
A sequence to strengthen arms and shoulders and to open the chest. It will give you the power and stability that you need for poses such as Chaturanga Dandasana or Garudasana.
A sequence to open and relax the hips, mobilize the pelvis and lengthen the attached muscles. A practice to lighten your pelvic floor.
A gentle sequence that regulates energy, especially during the full Moon days. A practice both soothing and regenerating.
A course that focuses on the basic standing poses for a better practice of the first series of Ashtanga Yoga. Poses are explained as well as certain variations.
A course with teacher and student to learn the first series of Ashtanga Yoga. Poses are explained as well as certain variations.
A course guided and commented on Surya Namaskara A and B, or Sun Salutations. These salutations are the essence of the Ashtanga Yoga method.
A sequence conceived to optimize the benefits of Ashtanga Yoga in 45mn. To enjoy the benefits of a longer practice.
A sequence designed to maximize the benefits of Ashtanga Yoga in 30mn. To start or end the day.
A brief sequence for the yogis who have little time but who want to keep a daily practice. A short invigorating practice.