Sanskrit words Aikya and Yoga have a very similar meaning : Aikya means “unity”, “harmony” or « coherence of the human soul, of the universe with the Whole ». Yoga, which comes from the root yuj, means “union”, “integration” and more specifically « union of body, heart and mind ».
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What they think about us
I started yoga almost two years ago, it quickly became a need, a moment out of time, a break synonymous with surpassing oneself… The level of requirement of Vy convinced me. Innovative and responsive to everyone’s, classes evolve and are not alike except that we… always sweat ! Discreet, humble and exigent, Vy knows how to according yoga practice and human values. Thank you to her for her kindness and her investment !
There is definitely a before and after Vy. His classes have allowed me to relearn how to “breathe”, literally and figuratively. It’s two hours every Tuesday out of the world that allows me to meditate, wake up, relax and tone my body.
At the end of each session is born a sense of inner peace that follows me all week, and for that I thank Vy infinitely.
The most complete approach I have seen in a practice, combining breathing, postures, meditation and relaxation. Vy takes the time, is attentive to students, and knows how to adapt to everyone’s desires/needs 🙂
Yoga & Ayurveda
There are different health and well-being systems to lead a peaceful and harmonious life. Yoga and Ayurveda are two sciences from India that promote balance and come together in their global vision of the person.
Yoga aims to develop our consciousness by exploring our nature, Ayurveda brings us to more consciousness in relation to our nature.
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