Fusing the flow of the active yang-style Vinyasa classes with some relaxing stretching from Yin yoga. This class will open your heart and prepare you for the Bow pose!
Recommended props: 2 blocks and 1 bolster
Vinyasa yoga can be a fun and challenging way to work out. This video includes a challenging flow to awaken those “sleeping” abdominal muscles, which will help enhance your posture and create support in your lower back.
Recommended props: 2 blocks.
Chronic lower back pain can be very challenging for our mood and emotions. This class will teach us how to liberate our back and work on releasing lower back tensions and reinforcing the supporting muscles of the back.
Mathilde is assisted in this class by her lovely husband and yogi Lougal.
Recommended props: a strap and a block.
A progressive balanced flow that includes postures from all families of poses with a focus on correct alignment as well as concentration and awareness.
Lougal is assisted in this class by his lovely wife and yogi Mathilde.
This class is not suitable for absolute beginners and should be practiced with care.
Recommended props: 1 bolster.
This class will challenge most aspects of your practice: balances, core, arm balances (crow, Eka Pada Koundinyasana II) and will guide you to handstand!
This practice will leave you feeling empowered and energized.
Disclaimer: this is not a class for beginners, make sure that you have a good yoga base if you wish to follow this class.
Recommended props: 1 block.
We demand a lot from our knees, they carry us all day long and sometimes they can hurt due to bad posture, intense sport or simply due to the way our body is. In this class, we will teach you a few tricks that will help relieve knee pain and allow you to fully enjoy your yoga practice.
Recommended props: 1 blanket.
Warm up with sun salutation A&B, built some heat with vinyasa, and finish with a quick but effective stretching. Get power in 20min!
Recommended props: 1 block.
This passive practice is designed to stretch deep layers of the fascia and connective tissue around the joints (mainly the knees, sacrum, pelvis and spine). This class will mainly comprise seated and supine poses held for 3 to 5 minutes.
Recommended props: 2 blankets.
Sitting down for long periods of time can create stiffness in the hips and shortening of the hamstrings which in turn will lead to lower back pain. To top that, the desk you might be sitting on will force you to sit in a hunched posture which creates tension in the shoulders and neck. Watch this video for a head-to-toe stretch without leaving your chair.
Recommended props: a chair!
This is a 30 minutes’ easy flow for beginners where you will practice some fundamental and basic yoga poses such as downward dog, mountain pose, sun salutation C and some balancing poses.
The class will start with a short breathing exercise that will help you center yourself and prepare to flow.
Recommended props: 1 strap and 1 block.
It’s “that time of the month” again! But that’s not a reason not to practice. This gentle practice will help you reconnect to your body, release tensions and find some ease and comfort.
Recommended props: 2 blocks and a bolster.
Designed for people that are new to yoga, this slow paced practice will walk you through some sun salutations or Surya Namaskars. Sun salutations are a great workout for the whole body and a good warm up to start your day.