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Yoga in the South of France: Utkatasana (Chair Pose) Utthita Hasta Padangustasana (Extended Hand-To-Big-Toe Pose) - Primary Series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Our Yoga

The Dynamic Yoga Method

Dynamic Yoga as we practice it is not a style of yoga. It is a method for exploring and experiencing the full power and meaning of yoga. Dynamic Yoga captures the simplicity of Ashtanga Yoga, the precision of Iyengar Yoga, and the balance and harmony of Hatha Yoga, through emphasizing Vinyasa Krama—the principle of synchronizing movement with the breath and progressive development of:

... while promoting mind-body awareness and inner stillness. This prepares the body and mind for introspection and the subtler levels of advanced yoga practice, and gives you the skills and knowledge for a life-long yoga practice you will love. Find out more »

Thai Yoga Bodywork

Thai Yoga is an ancient healing art with deep roots in Ayurvedic and Buddhist practices. It combines massage, acupressure, breathwork, energy balancing, stretching and assisted yoga postures in a powerful bodywork therapy between giver and receiver. Unlike traditional yoga asana practice, where the practitioner moves 'himself' through the postures, Thai Yoga is like having yoga done to your body without putting forth any effort. It is passive for the receiver, yet very active in its effects. Find out more »

How Does It Work?

The combination of these techniques provides you with the necessary tools to explore your unique body intelligence encompassing all sensory and cognitive perceptions, and to gradually tap into new levels of clarity and awareness enabling you to attune your body to its wisdom and experience yoga's greatest gift: the inner quiet and unity (yoga) that is essential to your nature and at the very heart of life.

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