Dynamic (but not competitive) Yoga
“Do not kill the instinct of the body for the glory of the pose” Vanda Scaravelli
Murielle draws from her extensive knowledge of the body and her years of experience to create a physical class that focuses on good technique while still maintaining the flow.
The teaching points go beyond “keep your legs strong and use your core”. This class will teach you how to make the most of your yoga postures without straining, how to be mindful of your body and work with integrity. The class starts with invigorating sun salutations, then goes into vinyasa flow, floor work, inverted postures and relaxation, leaving you balanced, energised and wanting more!
- "Yoga with Murielle is really terrific! She is a totally committed teacher; one who values each and every student, whatever their standard or physical ability. Murielle creates a safe, positive and uncompetitive space, wherein we are encouraged to do our best and further develop our strength and skills regardless of our age, flexibility and personal limitations. We all feel valued in her classes."
- Anne-Louise de Buriane
- “I’d heard praise for Murielle’s yoga class long before I was able to join it. Despite my slight apprehension of yoga I finally went along – and haven’t looked back since. Murielle is a master of her trade and knows each student’s body better than they do. She will adapt exercises, or give individual postures to suit any injuries, aches or tweaks we may have. I call it my weekly ‘body rectification’ session and find it a great balance to the other sports or activities I do during the week. I have a very flexible week but Murielle’s yoga class is the one thing that is quite hard to budge out of my diary.”
About your teacher
Murielle was introduced to Yoga in 1996, loved the playfulness of yoga postures and the wisdom of the philosophy, and never looked back. She has practiced various yoga styles throughout the years including Ashtanga in the 90’s, Scaravelli, Iyengar (qualified in 2006) and Vinyasa, her favourite style for its flow and creativity. She also trained as a pranayama (breathing and energy work) teacher with Philip Xerry.