Iyengar yoga Iyengar yoga is a yoga system developed by and named after Yogacharya BKS Iyengar, who has systemised classical yoga asanas (postures) and pranayama (breathing exercise). Emphasis is put on precision, duration of the postures and the sequencing of these postures. With the use of props, performing yoga asanas become possible for everybody, even in case of lack of flexibility, illness or old age.
Egyptian yoga, pranayama and deep relaxation Courses represent techniques that act in depth on the body, respiration and the mind. The teaching program is focused on the development of the person by means accessible to all and based on a deep knowledge of the practices of Yoga, meditation, relaxation, and breathing techniques, specifically addressing current problems. The effects of the proposed practice are concretised by improvements in the position of the back, breathing amplitude, the good circulation of energies in the physical and psychic bodies that bring the practitioner to a state of general well-being.
Vinyasa flow The vinyasa is a fairly dynamic sequence. The class that I give is for those who want to practice a creative yoga where the postures are linked with fluidity. It is aimed at beginners as well as the most experienced. For each posture, variants are offered depending on the abilities of each. It is important to respect your own rhythm and to allow the body time to adapt naturally to the practice. This course will bring you flexibility, dynamism and rehabilitation of the muscle chain, all at the rhythm of your breath. Here you will find the calming of the mind and tensions of the body, giving way to a feeling of well-being and serenity. Each session ends with a guided relaxation allowing you to integrate all the benefits of the practice.
Gentle flow (Yin and yang yoga) Classes are open to all levels. It is a gentle flow where the movement is synchronised with the breath while developing our body awareness. Each class is different corresponding to the changing needs of our body; sometimes we need to slow down and relax more in yin poses and sometimes our body longs for more powerful yang (such as vinyasa) practice. In yin part of the class, we hold each pose for a longer time, while yang presents more dynamic sequence in the practice where we work with our muscles to give you energy and build strength.
Shiatsu professional training The studies begin with a basic training of 4 days (2 weekends), open to all. Students learn basic Shiatsu skills and techniques and how to perform a full body treatment After the elementary course, students can follow a 3-cycle course to become a Shiatsu practitioner. Students can pass the levels at their own pace. Generally, students pass one level per year, which gives them enough time to practice and write the 50 treatment reports required by the Belgian Shiatsu Federation. Each level ends with an exam which gives access to the next level of training.