Alpine Yoga Centre



HORAIRE des COURS AVRIL 2014
CLASS SCHEDULE APRIL 
2014
la clinique du sport est exceptionellement fremee le 12 &13 avril 
la clinique du sport will exceptionally be closed the 12th &13th april
tous les cours sont enseignées en français et/ou anglais 
courses are in english and/or french 

dimanche  lundi    mardimercredijeudi
vendredisamedi
 




 










 




Pilates
avec Nico
17h-18h

   
Pilates avec Nico
17h-18h
CANX 12/4
Pilates & Stretch
18h-1915
CANX 13/4
HathaYoga
avec Nadege
18h-1930
Pilates
18h-19h


Pilates & Stretch
18h-1915


Pilates
18h-19h


Pilates
& Stretch
18h-1915


Core Strength Vinyasa

18h-1930

CANX 12/4



Vinyasa Yoga
19h-2030
Yoga with Mariza
1915-2030

Flow Yoga 19h-20h



Alpine Yoga is now part of the new Clinique du Sport, a true centre of excellence dedicated to
your fitness, health and well-being. The beautiful new studio opens onto a 60m2 terrace - perfect for enjoying
a class and the great outdoors at the same time! As class sizes are limited it is strongly recommended that you reserve a spot in advance by calling  La Clinique +33 (0)9 65 11 04 25. Feel free to book as many classes as you like; and if you've forgotten
to book you can drop-in at class time and see if there's space. Classes are taught in French and English. 
The address and map are on the 'contact us' page.




Which one is the 'real' yoga?

    Yoga is not a religion! One of the beautiful things about it is that regardless of what kind of yoga you do or why you start doing it; it has this subtle way of slowly pervading all aspects of your life - making you a a happier, kinder, more relaxed and accepting person (amongst many other things).

    So whether you prefer practicing slowly in a deep, meditative silence or rocking your sun salutations to a Michael Franti beat; rest assured that a consistent practice of linking breath and movement through a series of postures is real yoga: an ancient tradition that has been handed down - and adapted - over thousands of years.

USEFUL LINKS
www.greatadventureyoga.com
www.acroyoga.org
www.webbelief.com
www.yogisforpeace.com
www.theyogaemporium.com
www.nafsiafriaacrobats.org
www.sarakasi.org
www.africayogaproject.com
www.chocloproject.com
www.ashtanga.info
www.chamonixinsider.com
www.eco-expo.com
www.insted.com
www.chamonet.com
www.chamoi.se
www.steepcam.com
www.jimblyth.com
www.sattva.fr
www.yogafinder.com

Your Brain on Yoga

Recently American Neuroscientists have began testing the effects of a meditative yoga practice. Here are some of their findings:

Brain scans of regular practitioners showed unsurpassed neural activity in circuits involving maternal love (caudate), empathy (right insula), and feelings of joy and happiness (left prefrontal cortex).

Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine and McLean Hospital have found that practicing yoga may elevate brain gamma-aminobutyric (GABA) levels, the brain’s primary inhibitory neurotransmitter. The findings suggest that the practice of yoga is a promising treatment for depression and anxiety, disorders associated with low GABA levels.
for more information visit www.dissectmedicine.com or healthjournal.org