You might come for a private session to improve well-being or for a weekly class to maintain health. We empower you to take responsibility for own health. There are good life style habits to learn and incorporate. Habits to help coming out of dis-ease and to maintain health as you age. 

Who we are

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Maria Miguel Ribeiro (PhD. RYT® 500)

My search for peace and silence started in 2010. I urged for peace and liberation from the oppression of my own mind. The journey lead me to meet to study with great masters and teachers. 

The timeless wisdom shared by these masters and their lineage of teachers inspired and transform my own life. From an academic researcher working on sustainability, to become an avid practitioner of yoga and meditation. 

Today i am passionate about sharing these teachings, so that you too can feel inspired by the joy of a quiet mind.

My sources of inspiration are: the teachings of the Himalayan Yoga Tradition (Swami Veda Bharati, Swami Rama, Babaji and his teacher Boganathar from the siddha tradition), restorative yoga (Judith and Lizzie Lasater, Audrey Favreau), yin (Bernie Clark and Sarah Powers).

I started my practice of yoga in 1998, and since then i didn’t stop learning, yoga is a lifelong training. I completed a 500-hour Himalayan Yoga Tradition teacher training along with two other 200-hour teacher trainings, including those in the styles of Vinyasa and Sivananda school. I had the privilege of studying with amazing teachers in a two years of intensive sadhaka training in India at Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama. I also practice and teach hatha, joints & Glands exercices, restorative yoga, yin yoga, deep relaxation practices and meditation.

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ALAN RICHARD, Physio.Osteo. Physiotherapist (HES, Geneva) since 2007 and osteopath D.O. IFSO Rennes since 2016. He has his cabinet in Alan is a yoga teacher since 2008 (Evian Yoga of energy School). For him yoga is a way to become aware about our physical, energetic and mental bodies. Using yoga and meditation to experiment with our limits and gradually expand them. It is a way to find pleasure in life and a feeling of inner peace.