As a whole, yoga gives us an opportunity to find our strength, our center and to approach life with a new perspective.






Yoga came to me when ….


I traveled abroad for the first time. It was back in 2011, when I worked as a volunteer in Romania. One of the volunteers, Emilie, was a yogi. I was fascinated by her discipline, her knowledge, her way of living and perceiving life. She inspired me to learn more about yoga and to start practicing asanas.


Few years after, the first yoga studio opened in Angers, my hometown in France. As I started to practice there on a regular basis, it widened my vision about the positive change that yoga can make in everyday life.

Beyond physical benefits, yoga has taught me to be able to observe and acknowledge the state of my body and mind, to be more patient, understanding and focused on the present moment. Overtime, I became inspired to become a yoga teacher so that I could help others in their quest for balance and well-being. Prior to completing a 200 hour vinyasa yoga teacher training, I attended two vipassana meditation retreats in Nepal. From those courses, I learned more about myself and about meditation techniques and Buddhist philosophy.

Besides yoga, art plays a big part in my life. I love drawing and analog photography as creative art forms. I found a similarity between yoga and art : both are a way of expression, evolution and liberation. »








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