Vinyasa et Hatha Yoga

Stages et formations

Accueil 2017-11-06T11:22:41+00:00

A propos de Gérard Arnaud

Gérard ARNAUD est le Fondateur et co-directeur des Studios. Né en en 1952, Il pratique le yoga depuis 1969, il commence à enseigner à Rishikesh.  Depuis 1978 il a formé des milliers de professeurs dans le monde entier. En 1981 il ouvre son premier studio de Vinyasa Yoga à Paris dans le 19ème arrondissement à Télégraphe. Il a vécu 3 ans en Inde où il a par la suite éffectué de nombreux séjours.

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Les stages

Dans les stages une attention plus aigüe est dirigée vers une prise de conscience des différentes parties du corps. Une analyse et une synthèse de la posture sont pratiquées en profondeur. Les stages sont les compléments indispensables aux cours pour une meilleure compréhension et une intégration complète de la pratique et de l’éthique du Yoga.

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Les formations

La formation initiale permet d’acquérir les compétences pour enseigner et transmettre les techniques de base du Vinyasa Yoga et du Hatha Yoga aux pratiquants débutants ou intermédiaires. La formation avancée permet aux personnes ayant suivi la formation initiale d’approfondir leurs connaissances et d’acquérir les compétences complémentaires pour enseigner et transmettre les techniques avancées du Vinyasa Yoga aux pratiquants avancés.

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Gérard Arnaud combines in his dynamic and heartfelt teaching the heat and flow of Vinyasa with the precision of alignment to create a balanced challenging and cheerful class.

Alison West, Yoga union, New York

My wife and I have studied with Gérard several times in his studio in Paris. We were impressed with his depth of knowledge and the compassionate way in which he teaches. He obviously teaches from a rich personal experience. We look forward to studying with Gérard in the future and we recommend his classes and his studio to our yoga friends that visit Paris.

Keith Crosslin, Yoga and Ayurvedic Educator

Gérard conveys the details of a pose with simplicity and precision. His sequencing takes the student on a journey of unfolding so that difficult asanas become effortless and accessible. And his manner is sweet and endearing.

Corina Benner, Director, Wake Up Yoga, Philadelphia

Our workshop in Graz with Gérard Arnaud was inspiring for teachers as well as for student yogis and yoginis. From the beginning on Gérard had a sense for the possibilities of the group and did not hold back with compassion. On the other side there was preciseness and challenge for those who were ready. There was also time for funny yoga poses and everybody walked out happy and content.

Maria Sintschnig, City Yoga, Graz/Austria

Before becoming a zen monk in Japan, I attended Gérard’s classes for years. His teaching has allowed me to acquire a much better zazen sitting and strengthened the direction of my path.

Taishin Somyo, Zen Monk, Shofuku-ji Monastery, Kobe, Japan

I think yoga is almost a form of dance, when it is done with grace and precision. That for me is the link with art. Gérard is brilliant, the best mix of Pattabi Jois and Mr Iyengar.

Sally Singer, Fashion news director, NY Vogue US

Gérard Arnaud’s classes are a good mix of the vigor of an Asthanga practice combined with the refinement of Iyengar. Gérard has a great understanding of people’s bodies and how their psychological state is affecting their bodies. This, combined with discipline and rigor made his classes really worthwhile. In taking his classes I started to find my own identity within the practice rather than always being a student of technique.

Samantha Lang, Film director, Competition 50th Cannes International Film Festival

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