After evolving during 20 years in the world of dance, Carole immersed hersef in yoga during a trip in India in her early twenties. There, she completed the first of a long series of trainings in various yoga traditions. Eager to learn and passionate, Carole teaches hatha yoga and vinyasa flow with heartfelt kindness both in Lausanne and in various retreat centers across Europe and Asia.
Caroline has been an ashtanga yoga teacher and dedicated practitioner for 10 years. Her teachings truthfully convey the ashtanga tradition of Sri K. Patthabhi Jois and his grandson Sharath, as well as a deep understanding of the practice and the wisdom gained from all her teachers, including Paul Dallaghan, Sri O.P Tiwari (pranayama) and Dena Kingsberg.
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.
Along with her social worker activity, Daniela has been practicing yoga since the early 2000s and has been teaching since January 2015. She teaches alignment based classes, inspired by precision in movement along with focus on the breath, whilst balancing stamina and softness. Daniela reagularly attends varied trainings in her continuing search for deeper understanding.
Co-founder of Yogaworks, Duncan discovered yoga in Hong Kong in 2001. He teaches an athletic yet accessible style of yoga largely inspired by Baron Baptiste’s power yoga, while integrating elements drawn from buddhist philosophy and meditation techniques.
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.
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.
Ludmila’s yoga style is a blend of strong physical practice with philosophy, spirituality and psychology that allows space for personal inquiry and development. She believes in movement with meaning and intention and uses mindfulness techniques to teach a connection with the body sensations, and presence in the here and now. Love and kindness are always part of her teachings.
For Marielle yoga means an ongoing search for balance at a physical and mental level but also in relation to others. Inspired by various traditions, including alignment-based hatha and ashtanga yoga, her classes combine precision in the postures with on-going breath and present moment awareness. Co-founder of Yogaworks, Marielle has been practicing and teaching yoga for over 15 years. She shares her experience in a simple and down-to-earth way.
Trained by Swami Daram in hatha yoga and by Gérard Arnaud in vinyasa, Piera is also a student of Sri Dharma Mittra and Sri Andrei Ram. She enjoys and teaches an intense yet delicate practice where mouvements flow smoothly and continuously.
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.
Stéphanie has been practicing yoga since early 2000 and has been working as a tennis coach for about 20 years. Passionate about the body’s biomechanics, she trained in the vinyasa method with Gérard Arnaud. Her classes emphasise fluidity and breath awareness, and particular attention is given to adapting the postures to the ability level of each individual participant.