Arlinda Rexhaj

After a first training in Forrest Yoga followed by a training in Hatha Yoga, Arlinda takes you into a gentle yet invigorating, soft yet intensive practice that reconciles body and mind well-being. She teaches a blend of these two practices and her classes consist of breathing exercises, asanas and deep relaxation.

Clélia Vuille

Clélia’s dance background reflects her keen interest in dynamic structural alignment and creative sequencing in class. In every class, she encourages taking ownership of one’s physical, mental and spiritual journey, developing a playful practice yet maintaining a sense of integrity to constantly test limits and explore new perspectives.

Fanny Dubois

Fanny’s yoga practice is holistically based and this is transmitted through her teaching. Her complete approach to yoga combines asana (posture), pranayama (breath), dhyana (meditation) and deep relaxation. Her classe are at the same time soft and dynamic, breath focused and caring, always respecting the limits of each individual.

Karim Khouw Zegwaart

Karim’s classes combine tradition and modernity, balancing strength, flexibility and mobility. He enjoys exploring the more advanced postures with lightness and humour, but anchored within a philosophical context. He also likes to add mantras to his dynamic sequences. His classes are open to all, from beginners to more experienced. 

Karine Brahimi

Karine discovered yoga in 2012. Trained by Joan Hyman and Chad Hamrin, she is yoga alliance 500h certified. She is also an ashtanga vinyasa yoga dedicated practitioner. Her classes focus on anchoring in the present moment, through the breath. The intensity of the practice comes from the precision in the movement and the special attention given to the breath.

Laure Cannesson

Trained by Mathieu Boldron and Cheryl Oliver, Laure guides you through dynamic and creative sequences, exploring with compassion your body and its wonderful capacities. During her classes, you will build strength and balance; increase your flexibility and range of motion; and refine your presence through breath work, for a complete reconnection to yourself.

Jérôme Jaquier

Jérôme comes from a sports background and has been practicing yoga since 2008. Mainly inspired by Ashtanga yoga, his teaching is rigorous and very much based on tradition. He studied in India and Europe with teachers such as Gérard Arnaud, David Swenson, David Keil, Chuck Miller and Mark Darby.

Julien Pidoux

Practicing yoga since 2003, Julien followed the Yoga Works (USA) Teacher Training and attended numerous workshops since then (Chris Chavez, Julie Martin, Chad Hamrin) whilst working in the media industry. Starting as a way to “stay in shape”, yoga has played an increasingly important part in Julien’s life, on and off the mat. His classes are athletic and playful.

Piera Honegger

Piera started Yoga fifteen years ago and has developed a personal approach to vinyasa based mainly on a synthesis of the teachings of Andrei Ram and Gérard Arnaud. Classes include visualizations and pranayama, woven into the postures. She also benefits from an academic training in Sanskrit and the history of religions, with a specialization in the context of South Asia, which allows her to complexify her view of the history of Yoga.

Valentine Bois

Valentine discovered yoga in 2010 and trained with Ana Forrest yoga. As she  teaches a blend of vinyasa and Forrest inspired yoga, a dynamic physical practice that ignites every cell in the body through deep breathing and powerful poses, she remains very attentive to the individual needs of the participants. With honesty and compassion, she loves to share her energy and passion for yoga.