Courses Description

Two different Ashtanga practices

Ashtanga basic for beginners

The "Ashtanga basic" beginners' course enables you to understand and acquire the fundamental aspects of the method by exploring the postures of the first series step by step.

In this way, everyone can acquire the basics of Ashtanga yoga at a relaxed pace, developing their understanding and autonomy as they practice in harmony with the breath. Louise has the gentleness, the breath and the precision to guide you confidently through the discovery of this marvellous method.

Hatha Yoga

In this course, you will work fewer postures but hold them longer in order to develop your own physical capacities (hips opening, switch, balance, flexibility) and go beyond your psychic blockages which will facilitate the asanas and find the fluidity and stability needed for practicing. Open to everyone.


This class covers the whole body (neck, shoulders, pelvis, legs, back and core). Emphasis is placed on the hip joint. This comprises 4 muscle groups: flexors, adductors, hamstrings and rotators. A former professional dancer, Sergine has particularly worked on the relationship between the pelvis, the hip opening and the spine, in order to free up movement.
This course is designed to be more of a problem-oriented workshop, to give each participant the little keys that will open the door to greater flexibility and lengthening, by developing the perception and understanding of your body..

Vinyasa flow

In this class, we work primarily on the sun salutations, which come in infinite variations. Depending on the theme of the session, which changes each week, postural work will be oriented to highlight a particular family of postures. This is dynamic yoga, centred on energy in movement, based on traditional yoga postures that are linked together by sequences called vinyasa, as in the traditional
Ashtanga Yoga that Pauline practices, but here there are no "series" or immutable order of postures. Each student is encouraged to develop strength and relaxation in his or her practice, to improve concentration, and to work on his or her mental space to make it calmer and brighter.

Yoga Wall

The shala is equipped with a yoga wall for individual classes. The yoga wall, derived from the Iyengar technique, is a wonderful support for working on alignments and inversions. On a more therapeutic level, it also offers the possibility of establishing a personalized program adapted to different pathologies.