Bienvenus! Yogateau is your resource for all things yoga in Paris. We’ve got our ear to the ground in every arrondissement to ensure that no matter where you find yourself, you can throw down your mat and feel at om.
Our goal at yogateau is to provide Parisians and Parisians-at-heart with a friendly guide to the yoga landscape in the City of Light. Whether you’re a full-time resident searching for a studio, a tourist wanting to downward dog during your stay, or a devoted yogi searching for workshops or advanced trainings, with yogateau you’ll find the sweet spot for your practice.
Paris is a dynamic city whose yoga culture is not only lively and welcoming, but growing. There is now a multitude of yoga studios, with more and more styles being added to the mix every day. Ashtanga and Vinyasa remain the most popular types of yoga, however other vibrant branches of the yoga tree are flowering such as Anusara, Acroyoga and Jivamukti. And with more and more internationally-known yoga luminaries making Paris their home or a regular stop on their global tours, Paris is quickly developing into a magnificent yoga travel destination.
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Yogateau knows its ass from its asana because it was created by a yogi for yogis! Martine Trélaün has been practicing yoga in the United States and France since 2001. She began her studies at Samasthiti Studio in Paris with Caroline Boulinguez and Gérald Disse (now co-founder of Ashtanga Yoga Paris), before returning to the US and practicing in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, New Haven, and New York City.
She is not only a student, but also a teacher who has trained with Zhenja La Rosa at Virayoga in Manhattan, and with John Friend in Paris. She is a lifelong student devoted to learning, and is indebted to all of her teachers for serving as such extraordinary examples of abhyasa. She offers deep bows of gratitude to Zhenja, Eric Stoneberg, Sharon Kenney, Julie Dohrman, Tara Glazier, Elena Brower, Stephanie Creaturo, Ross Rayburn, Heidi Sormaz and Jordan Mallah.
Martine’s yoga is woven throughout everything she does, from her graphic design practice to her printmaking, to her work as Shop editor at food52. She’s an American and French national who has spent a lifetime navigating French and American cultures, and she’s on a continuous quest to bridge those complementary forces with grace.
To get in touch, shoot an email to yogateau [at] gmail [dot] com.