As a way to release tensions and escape the stress of our daily lives, yoga has attracted millions of followers around the world. It has a direct impact on the mind and body. Yoga is a second-breath. Yoga experience often appears as a revelation. There is no question of acrobatic postures that require years of practice or of showing-off. On the other hand, yoga is a practice with delicate movements and relaxing breaks that make it possible to withdraw from everyday life.
The majority of our behaviors are not spontaneous but repetitions of ancient patterns, maintained by the subconscious, which do not serve us. Many meditations in Yoga cleanse the subconscious mind in order to liberate our spontaneity.
Every session at Etosoto, organized by a confirmed professional, helps to correct the distortions of the body by a natural, simple and non-invasive approach, encouraging the body to place its centre of gravity in its original place. Instructors will teach you the techniques allowing muscles to relax and gradually regain their elasticity. Accumulated toxins are released, while the bones and organs gradually resume their place.
Aurore Lagache has been practicing yoga and meditation for more than 20 years. After studying at several schools, she became a master in the practice of Kundalini under the precepts of Ik Sran Dhian. Kundalini involves an expertise that develops on two physical and spiritual dimensions. After several formations between France, India and England, Aurore decided to teach Kundalini in her country of origin.
Anne Bianchi is a teacher of Kundalini Yoga according to the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. Her practice is imbued with a Jungian approach to psychology, Gestalt therapy and sex therapy, her other areas of self-exploration.
Jacqueline is a best-selling author, Nike Yoga Presenter and a well-respected global teacher, being voted one of the best teachers in the UK by Yoga Fit Magazine 2017. She has studied with some of the world’s best teachers: Anna Forest, Burgs, Pattabi Jois, Edward Clark, Godfrey Devereux, John Scott and Paul Grilley. Her style, developed after undertaking extensive training for 23 years, follows no one set of rules, and instead she prefers to help students listen to their own individual bodies’ requirements through their own intimacy of sensation.
Practicing Hatha Yoga, sheathing, eating in full awareness… The educational paths proposed by the coach Ananda Ceballos invite to feel the connection between body and mind. This transformative experiment proposed by Les Merveilles aims to create more freedom and fluidity to our own body.
Kundalini yoga instructor, Carolina enjoys sharing breathing technics, practicing meditation and giving T.O.V.E massages (Thai, Oil, Vibration, Energy). This passionates practices every day, which helps her in her everyday life. To her, the way to knowledge an consciousness, is extent and has many variants. Thanks to all these deep experiences, now she can share tools of healing and adjustment of the body.
Isabelle Franck Ribas
“Movement is life and life is movement! I am crazy about my job as a Yoga and Pilates teacher. Movement brings flexibility, tonicity and lets us reconnect to ourselves. Our body helps us connect about our emotions, our desires, our energy, who we really are. It is an essential tool to move on, evolve and remove our physical and psychological tensions. Kindness, softness and creativity are the key words of my teaching. I get inspired by dancing, walking, music, reading… everything is a source great inspiration! ”
Veronique Reimonenq – Nirmalbir Kaur
Véronique Nirmalbir Kaur was introduced to Kundalini Yoga at the Satnam Festival in Joshua Tree. Kundalini-yoga, the art of breathing, sung or silent meditation accompanied by series of exercises and dynamic postures, is the royal path of consciousness yoga, which circulates vital energy through the body and the Kundalini (spine). Veronique also followed the “Yoga For Youth” program with Krishna Kaur in Washington, D.C., to teach in prisons and with minors in disadvantaged areas. The teacher, humanologist, author and musician Guru Singh (Yoga West, California, USA) has been accompanying her for 4 years now. Passionate about the gong, she trained with the great masters, Don Conreaux and Mehktab Benton.
Camille Param Devi
Camille discovered Kundalini in Los Angeles with Tej Kaur Khalsa. She is keen on practicing this comprehensive and structured practice, both sweet and powerful, which allows everyone to engage in their own way. She dived into the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and continues her training with Kirpal and Ishwara, then Guru Jagat, Harijiwan and Gurujas. It allows her to achieve a profound transformation and a deep joy that she wishes to share by engaging in teaching. Affiliated with the French Federation of Kundalini Yoga she gives her classes in Paris.
Flora Ardas Chandra
Flora is a photographer who shares her passion for Kundalini yoga everyday. When she achieved her training in Vinyasa yoga, she knew she had just discovered an efficient and smart practice that works so well for her! Now, she practices, deepening her knowledge, following the teachings of Guru Jagat, Gurujas and Harijiwan (RA MA Institute) in particular, and participating in many immersions.
To her, this is always a great opportunity to learn about ourselves.
Fabienne was trained in Hatha Yoga in India (200h). This one is certified Yoga Alliance with Padma Nair. She was also trained in Hatha Yoga and Ayurveda at Tapovan Open University with Lav Sharma (500h). Following these experts who have generously shared their passion in the tradition,gave her the opportunity to deepen her daily practice. Their teaching also allowed her to learn how to transmit this art of living. She has also been trained in Ayurvedic reflexology by Manorama Mulin and in sound and sound meditation yoga by Peter Hess Institute.
Viola is an Italian yoga teacher, interested in wellness, considering it is an integration between mind and body. She is also keen on psychology, astrology, spiritual growth and movement… everything related to the earth and nature.
Certificated as a Vinyasa Yoga teacher in Cape Town, she continues to study and deepen her practice. In addition to her teaching in Vinyasa Krama and Yin Yoga, she gives vigorous and dynamic classes, paying attention to the connection between movement and breath. She takes care about every single student alignment and safety. She enjoys teaching in a simple and natural way. Practicing with her will help you to strengthen, develop coordination and flexibility and of course move steps towards your personal growth and body-mind health.
Trained as a yoga teacher for more than 15 years, Kristine draws her inspiration from three themes: Ashtanga, Iyengar and Viniyoga, in a fluid, rigorous and dynamic way. She wants to attach movement and breathing in order to allow meditation in motion. Kristine thinks it is important to use postures as a metaphor for our lives, to explore our limits, our resistance, our anchorage and our mind. Her teaching also includes philosophical and subtle components of yoga such as breaths, mantras, mudras, and so on. Her practice is above all based on a connexion to the body.
Crazy about Kundalini yoga (according to Yogi Bhajan), Audrey wants to allow everyone to blossom and reconnect with their own intuition.
After training in many school in different types of practices (Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Mindfulness Meditation), Audrey teaches yoga in the South of France.
The motivation to learn led her to Kundalini yoga alongside Guru Jagat and Karta Singh.
Kundalini yoga offers many tools, which makes it a true ancestral technology in which everyone can draw to face the challenges of everyday life.
Sandrine discovered yoga during her travels, then that is in China that she began to be very involve with the practice.
After training in India and in France, at Vinyasa yoga with Gérard Arnaud, she decided to offer courses while continuing to deepen her knowledge of various yoga styles (asthanga, yin yoga and kundalini yoga).
At the same time, she has been practicing apnea for 3 years in order to enrich her exploration of breathing in order to give pranayama a great place in her classes and let go so that everyone can, at their level, develop their feelings and be able to connect to his body and his breath.
Dagmar Spremberg is the founder and director of Montezuma Yoga in Costa Rica. Through her own experience she believes that everybody can live their dreams and that our work is to become clear and open to receive the gifts we all deserve.
Dagmar is a 500hr E-RYT and has trained and practiced for over 18 years with renowned teachers like Elena Brower and Rod Stryker. In addition to her yoga certification she also received training as a Holistic Heath coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York.
In her yoga classes she emphasizes a softening and deepening of the breath as the key to unlock your potential and your intuition that will lead you to live the life of your dreams. What she has learned from living in nature is that we have all lost the deeper connection to source and that it is very important to return to nature to find stillness and to re-connect to our hearts and inner voices to live our life to the fullest.
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