Aerial yoga is inspired by Hatha yoga, Pilates and… the circus! Both fun and relaxing, aerial yoga reconnects us to the sensations of the fetus in the mother's womb. Discover this unique type of yoga. Come on, click and fly!
Often criticized “because it looks like acrobatics,” the most difficult yoga postures reflect our own limitations. Let's activate our curiosity and overcome our prejudices to discover the richness of these postures!
Developed in the 1960s, Sivananda Yoga is based on five fundamental pillars and each session is structured around 12 asanas. Very codified, Yoga Sivananda is of intermediate intensity but full of benefits for those who know how to benefit from it. Find out more!
An excellent tool for preparing for childbirth, Prenatal Yoga is a very gentle form of Hatha Yoga where the postures evolve throughout the pregnancy. Everything is done gently to prepare Mom to welcome Baby as peacefully as possible.
A very recent form of yoga, it is very likely that you have never heard of it. Anusara yoga can be reminiscent of a mixture of Vinyasa yoga and Jivamukti yoga, to which are added meditation and mantra chanting.
That only happens to other people ! And yes, even if yoga may seem very gentle at first glance (some even say: it's not a sport!), it happens that we get injured. Discover here 10 tips for safe yoga sessions!
As much physical as spiritual, Jivamukti yoga is directly inspired by Ashtanga yoga. A special place for understanding the founding texts of yoga is given at the start of each session, followed by chanting and mantra recitations.