Yogainparis opens its doors to the local community of Montmarte and welcomes students from far and wide. The centre is open and airy with clean materials and soft furnishings. It’s on a one way street, so noise levels are low. Each month the center offers free meditation classes and group discussions, with people offering new ideas or helping a local cause or charity. This is a warm discreet centre, and new people and new ideas are most welcome.
Mohammed is the senior yoga teacher at yogainparis, his style is Vinyasa a dynamic strengthening and challenging practice that takes inspiration from Ashtanga and Iyenger traditions.
Arif teaches from the heart with rigour and kindness. A sports science degree gives him a deeper understanding of the body that combined with a dedicated practice allows him to recognize where exactly in the body the works need to be done. Keen at showing how to structure the posture according to your strength, Arif will take you on a journey of progress.
Cy teaches with awareness to people's needs and respects limits. Mixing different styles to his teachings you can expect variety and play in order to let your energy flow and release your tensions.
Born and raised in New York, Dani was introduced to sports at a young age. As a long-distance runner, it was an injury that led her to discover yoga 7 years ago. Much like herself, Dani’s special approach to yoga is dynamic and intense - encouraging you to build both inner and outer strength.
George has been practicing yoga for a few years now. After some physical problems in his knee he discovered Vinyasa yoga. Its been 10 years since that has allowed him to resign his energy. He teaches in the spirit of openness and kindness.
Nawo Carole has been organising work shops of empowerment for men and women of all origins for associations for a few years. She also practices Kundalini yoga. The yoga Nidra that she teaches guides towards a better understanding of self and develops inner strength.
Marie first practiced modern dance for almost 15 years. This discipline allowed her, on one hand, to understand the importance of breathing, and on the other hand, to discover that what attracted her in longer exercises of posture maintenance corresponded to what 'a meditative state' is called a balance between strength and sweetness. A sensation that she has today been able to rediscover and amplify with Hatha Yoga.