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Sessions of Yoga exercised collectively bring a special dynamic in the teachings and the practice, which are the fruits of the group resonance. Each person in the group may be very different, in their vision of Yoga, in their state of mind and body. But there is always a reason why Life brings us together. Dissonances and resonances may appear and we work with them as well, support and affinities can emerge and a deep respect for oneself and the others, beyond our differences. The Principle creates the perfect field for us to grow within each group configuration, with and without direct interactions between participants.


One of the meanings of Yoga in the Sanskrit language is « method for Union». The unity which is revealed is the foundation of all life, free from beliefs, conceptions and physical conditions. It expresses itself in the multiplicity and complexity of forms.

More often than not, this unity is hidden from us by veils.

These veils are lifted through the learning of Sol Yoga, which is integral and include in each session all the aspects of Yoga:

Useful elements of knowledge and specific information are transmitted.


Consciousness arises and is strengthened through an ethical commitment to life, awaken by yamas (how to develop an ethical relationship towards others) and niyamas (how to develop an ethical attitude towards oneself).

Movements favouring Kundalini’s awakening and yoga poses are practised.


Our psyche and physical body become more supple, healthy and strong, restoring equilibrium and potentially revealing undiscovered abilities. This is the gift of asanas (poses and movements).


Breathing exploration and exercises are proposed.


Through Pranayama (secrets of breathing by empirical exploration and specific techniques), the deepest breath within us regenerates our body tissues, heightens our Conscious-Energy and the vibratory quality of the being, enhance the junctions and the circulation between the different dimensions within us,
permitting to rediscover the elasticity of our body and more subtle matrices. 

Meditation is explored in its different aspects.

The four other aspect of Yoga: Prathyaha (the withdrawal of senses from the outside world), Dharana (Concentration mind), Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (Nirvana, total awareness in the present moment) are the path to liberate our minds from exaggerated mental and emotional investment which is the source of most of the problems in our lives. Free from this, we access to the true constitution of the body, mind and matter and discover splendour within the substance and the simple joy of living.


Practicing Prenatal Yoga:


  • Awakes and Strengthens the connection to your body, to the life growing within you and feeds the relationship between the mother and the unborn baby beneficially

  • Improves sleep

  • Reduces stress and anxiety

  • Increases the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth

  • Decreases lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath

  • Keep you at the best physically, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually during pregnancy

  • Prepares you for the childbirth


Practicing Postnatal Yoga:

  • Eases tightness, tension, aches and niggles in the postnatal body

  • Helps build up strength and stamina in the body too

  • Provides rest and relaxation

  • Starts to strengthen the deep abdominal muscles to ‘close the body’ after birth. Without any high intensity exercise that can actually hinder your postnatal recovery.

  • Relieves stiffness in the shoulders, neck and upper back

  • Helps to strengthens pelvic floor muscles

  • Strengthens abdominal and back muscles for core strength

  • Helps to expand your breathing and calms the mind

  • Maintains flexibility in your body

  • Helps you to feel a sense of reclaiming your body

  • Gives you time each week to nurture yourself

  • Renews energy levels

  • Quietens the mind

  • Can aid bonding between mother and baby

  • Creates positivity around your postnatal body

  • Helps to distinct the being, the woman, the mother and to welcome and conciliate these different aspects of yourself


Either buying one session or a pack of 10, you are welcome at any session of the week, on condition of sending an email at least 24 hours before the session to tell which day you come.

If you have purchased one collective session, it expires 6 months after the date of the purchase. If you have purchased a pack of 10, it expires 1 year after the first session. 

Purchases are nominative, cannot be put on a friend’s profile and will not be refunded.

If you have booked a session and don’t show up, this session will be considered done and will be counted. Cancellation deadline is 24 hours before the session starts.

If you get sick, and have a medical certificate, we can put your pack of 10 on hold as long as the prescription for exemption from activity lasts. Please send an email with the certificate attached.


We reserve the right to take pictures in Sol Yoga Studio and to share them on social media. If you don’t want to appear on any picture, please advise us.

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