I've been asked by the French magazine "Esprit Yoga" to write a blog on their website about my insights and experiences as a French yoga teacher living, teaching and practicing in New York City. The blog is called "Une Yogini à Manhattan". If you understand French, I hope you'll enjoy reading it here.

I'll write more posts in English in the near future but you can already read the one I wrote a few years back about the Sacro-illiac Joint.

With gratitude,
Céline


HERE. NOW.

Having studied Yoga for 15 years, I’ve heard and read these two words “HERE NOW”, hundreds of times and even more. They represent a huge part of the philosophy of yoga if not its entirety if we have to summarize what the discipline of yoga is. But it’s only recently that they took their full […]

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Sutras, sharing and feelings

A few weeks ago, I finished teaching a teacher training in Strasbourg, France. On our last day, as we were doing a very emotional closing circle, I asked the students to tell me which sutra resonated the most with them. During the training, we discuss and study the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali which a is […]

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Meditation and Courage

6 years ago I made a deal with myself that I would meditate 20 minutes daily. 6 years later, I can count on the fingers of my hands the days I’ve missed my meditation. I started practicing yoga 15-16 years ago and while I was meditating on and off I was falling off the discipline […]

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The Yoga of Relationship

On January 12th 2018, 20 years ago, I met the man who became my husband. Even I, can’t believe that we’ve been together for that long but I guess what they say is true; time flies. As soon as we met, we lived together so even though we only got married 7 years ago (yes, […]

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True Belonging

  A few weeks ago, I started to read the brilliant and powerful book from Brené Brown: “Braving the Wilderness: the quest for true belonging and the courage to stand alone”. If you haven’t read it, go and buy it today. It is such an important and precious read for everyone who wants to grow […]

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The impermanence of things

  A little more than 10 years ago, I was teaching my very first official group class. Above is a picture of the sequence I wrote for that class. I was terrified!! Mainly I was terrified of failing and ultimately terrified of rejection. What if they don’t like me, what if they don’t understand my […]

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Self-reflecting work

If you know me, you know that summer is my favorite season. I feel myself during the summer more than any other time during the year. And because I feel in a good place, it’s easier for me to reflect and do some introspective work. Even though I teach as many classes during the summer […]

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The paradox of knowledge

    I came back a few weeks ago from teaching a Yogaworks 200H teacher training and a couple of workshops in Strasbourg, France and that thought came to mind: the more I know about yoga, the less I know! Since 2003, I took many trainings and workshops. Every year that passes I keep learning […]

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