Profitez du long weekend du 11 novembre, souvent gris et un peu triste, pour mettre plus de yoga, de bien-être et de chaleur dans votre vie!
We couldn’t agree more. The long Armistice weekend (9-11 November, Veterans Day in the United States) is the perfect moment to take your yoga deeper, study with a new teacher or experience a different style. With the time change, it certainly feels as though Paris has entered its dark period, however as yogis, we know how to cultivate the brightness inside. To quote one of my favorite teachers, Julie Dohrman, why not learn to see beauty in the darkness as “turning inwards to hear the silence of being is where the light of insight often appears.”
Whether you’re new to yoga or a veteran (sorry, I had to!) there’s something for every level!
• 8-10 November, 2013: Stephanie Snyder Vinyasa Yoga (Big Apple Yoga France and Paris Yoga)
For the first time in Paris, Stephanie Snyder will be leading three different levels workshops at two different studios. Her classes combine vinyasa with alignment and philosophy, and have been described as “living laboratories for self-discovery, acceptance and truth.”
• 9 November, 2013: Guerilla Yogi avec Anne (American Church in Paris)
This class happens every week, but why not take advantage of this session to infuse your practice with more reverence, and offer its gifts -- kindness, compassion, understanding -- to those around you?
• 9-11 November, 2013: Intensif d’Automne avec Julien (Centre Anjaliom)
Designed for Iyengar yoga students with more than 2-years of practice, this weekend incudes a postural practice and pranayama, as well as a light meal on Sunday afternoon.
• 9-11 November, 2013: Nadi Shodhana—Introduction to the Intermediate Series with Linda (Ashtanga Yoga Paris)
Linda will guide you safely and intelligently through Nadi Shodhana, teaching you how it can enhance your understanding of Ashtanga’s Primary series. Modifications and variations will be offered to all those with an established Ashtanga practice.