Team - Group Classes

Natalia Reynolds

Breath in Meditation

Pranayama

Natalia Reynolds

ASCA Therapist (speaking English, French and Russian)

Natalia Reynolds is a dedicated and highly experienced student and teacher of yoga, following 15 years of regular aștānga vinyãsa yoga and 12 years of continued pranayama practice in the Swami Kuvalyananda lineage, where she travelled numerous times in Asia to practice. She is certified by both Yoga Alliance and Swiss Yoga Federation.

Régine Hebrard

Group Meditation

Yoga for the control of stress

Vinyasa Yoga, back strengthening

Régine Hebrard

ASCA yoga therapist (speaks French and English)

Curious by nature, passionate about human nature and the spiritual dimension of life, Régine discovered Yoga at the end of the 90’s. In love with sports, she is ardent about the physical aspect of body movement intelligence. Régine was initiated by her mother to meditation as a child, where she anchored an interest to explore Eastern philosophy and spirituality.

Dominique Rentsch

Kundalini Yoga

Dominique Rentsch

Dominique

Dominique is passionate about yoga and has been practicing for over 15 years. For her it’s a way of life, both on and off the mat. 5 years ago, she discovered kundalini yoga and she rapidly felt the benefits and the powerful transformative effects.

Franck Berjont

Stretching

Franck Berjont

Graduate teacher of movement, postural stretching and modern dance.

Graduate teacher of movement, postural stretching and modern dance. Creator of the artistic collective Mayfly, he became interested in ephemeral art and inaugurated an artistic residency in Venezuela. Today he works as a teacher of Postural Stretching and Modern Dance at the WHO and at our centre.

Zhaoxin  Ye

Taiji

Zhaoxin Ye

Maitre of Qigong and Taiji

Master Zhaoxin Ye was born in China. Since early childhood he was passionate about Chinese martial arts (wushu) and he has been specializing in Taoist Qigong, meditation and internal alchemy since 20 years.

Philippe Claus

Taiji

Philippe Claus

Qi Gong teacher

In September 2008, after returning from a seven-year journey in Japan, Philippe discovered Tai Chi and Qi Gong. Very quickly, he realized that these disciplines promote not only the body, but also the mind. He then devoted himself to it to the fullest.