Class Schedule & Events

France & Switzerland

Group yoga classes
Special events

Group Yoga Classes Schedule

Hatha Yoga Online:

 

En live sur Zoom.

Hatha yoga en français les lundis, mercredis et vendredis avec Caroline et Anouk. 

Yin yoga le dimanche avec Anouk. 

Inscription: + 33 602 71 59 24

Agenda

Caroline Anouk  

Mai 2020

 

lundi 4 mai - 11h30 

dimanche 3 mai - 17h30 (yin)

mercredi 6 mai - 11h30

vendredi 8 mai - 11h30

lundi 11 mai -  11h30

mercredi 13 mai - 11h30

vendredi 15 mai - 11h30

dimanche 17 mai - 17h30 (yin)

lundi 18 mai - 11h30

mercredi 20 mai - 11h30

lundi 25 mai - 11h30

vendredi 22 mai - 11h30

vendredi 29 mai - 11h30

dimanche 25 mai - 17h30 (yin)

 

mercredi 27 mai - 11h30 
Caroline Anouk  

Juin 2020

 

lundi 1 juin - 10h30*

mercredi 3 juin - 11h30
vendredi 5 juin - 11h30 dimanche 7 juin - 18h (yin)
lundi 8 juin - 11h30 mercredi 10 juin - 11h30
lundi 15 juin - 11h30 mercredi 17 juin - 11h30
vendredi 19 juin - 11h30 mercredi 24 juin - 11h30
lundi 22 juin - 11h30  
vendredi 26 juin - 11h30  
lundi 29 juin - 11h30  

To view the Sadhana association classes schedule, just click here


For private and corporate yoga classes, Ayurvedic massage and consultations please call me to find a suitable time, discuss your expectations, budget and goals.

 


Special Events

Dignity & Humanity: Varanasi Yoga Kids

 

Temporary photography exhibition from December 2019 - March 2020 at Ômm, l'Atelier (Geneva)

 

*Prints currently on sale! All profits go to the International Chandramauli Charitable Trust*

 

Dignity and Humanity, these are the ideas Maximilian Baier hopes to awaken with his photography series. To Baier, a camera is a tool for connecting an audience with people from other cultures, with it he seeks to convey the intrinsic human dignity of the subject to the viewer. Specializing in portraiture, he aims to help us gain insight into who his subjects, what motivates them, why they act as they do—he sees his images as subjective, nudging us to acknowledge the humanity and sanctity of the viewed.

 

Brandishing a camera gives the photographer access to places and situations from which one would normally be barred or feel alien. The end result is a window into the life of another, granting us, the audience, the opportunity to see people and places we might otherwise not expose ourselves to. For the Photographer, these often unplanned  interactions have led to many lasting relationships including Lucy Guest, who started the International Chandramauli Charitable Trust School (registered in the UK as a charity under the name Yoga Mission). There Baier attempted to capture the connection of the children to each other, their environment which had helped nourish them, and to their various meditative and spiritual practices.

 

In a world where most images of children from Uttar Pradesh serve to shock and awe western eyes with depictions of extreme poverty, Baier worked with the children to create poses where they could show their skill and grace. The institution itself can be seen as a paradigm for how education and a positive environment can change the life of a child: through meditative practices like Yoga and support from dedicated Adults, kids learn not just how to read, write, and engage in society, but also how to live content and fulfilling lives, hopefully without fear of scarcity.