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    Le studio Yoga Room Waterloo est temporairement fermée pour cause de déménagement.
    Yoga Room Waterloo déménage dans un nouveau studio plus grand qui ouvrira ses portes vers octobre 2021.
    La nouvelle adresse est Drève Richelle 159, 1410 Waterloo

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    Yoga Room | Waterloo

    Lun: 9.00-13.45 – 18.00-21.15
    Mar: 9.00-11.00 – 18.00-21.00
    Mer: 9.00-12.30 – 15.30-21.15
    Jeu: 9.00-13.45 – 17.00-20.00
    Ven: 9.00-13.45 – 17.00-19.30
    Sam: 9.30-13.15 – 16.00-19.15
    Dim: 9.30-12.45 – 15.30-18.45

    La Sucrerie Drève Richelle, 159 1410 Waterloo
    + 32 (0)2 725 17 71


    Alice démarre le yoga en 2011, à Bruxelles, dans la lignée des enseignements de Willy Bok (Yoga B.K.S Iyengar à Bruxelles). Elle découvre ensuite l’Ashtanga Yoga qui devient rapidement une pratique quotidienne. D’abord élève de Sergine Laloux, elle rencontre son professeur, Jean-Claude Garnier, et l’Asthanga Yoga Institute de Bruxelles dont elle est depuis lors une élève fidèle. Alice a entamé avec Jean-Claude Garnier une formation en Ashtanga Yoga sur 5 ans qu’elle complète par des Workshops en Belgique et à l’étranger avec, entre autres, Kino MacGregor et Tim Miller. Tout en douceur et en français, Alice enseigne des cours d’Ashtanga à différents niveaux ainsi que des cours inspirés de cette pratique.





    Julia’s yoga journey started in 2001 at an artist residency in Cyprus where a friend taught her a few sun salutations between sessions in the art studio. From then on, she continued to cultivate her home practice, taking classes and attending workshops. Julia received her 200h Vinyasa yoga teacher training certification from Yoga Moves in Utrecht, where she also completed a restorative yoga training with Lizzie Lasater. After becoming a full-time yoga teacher, Julia launched herself into an advanced teacher training (300h) with Jason Crandell at Triyoga in London in 2018. Julia teaches an alignment-focused flow yoga with an emphasis on creating space and time for the breath, cultivating a sense of balance in the practice.


    Sara is an American-Australian ex-gymnast who found the yoga practice after a knee injury forced her to retire from her training. With almost a decade of teaching in Australia and internationally, her mission is to encourage a curious and playful exploration of the body and mind through yoga and movement. She uniquely blends the old with the new, breaking down traditional yoga poses with a modern approach of anatomy and movement. Her creative and intelligent approach offers multi-level options to progress or regress the practice, experimenting with props, sneaky strengthening techniques and PLAYfullness, heavily influenced from her yearly Iyengar based trainings in India and the Functional Range Conditioning System.