Maybe you are searching among branches for what only appears in the roots.
Yoga is a way of being in harmony with life. Developed in India thousands of years ago, yogic precepts promote ways of harmonizing the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of yourself, as well as for living harmoniously with everyone and everything around you. Our sedentary and fast-paced modern life frequently leaves us feeling tense, unwell and out of control, and a yogic lifestyle helps to find a better balance, inside and out.
Inspiration Yoga Centre, at 55 rue Alphonse Renard in Ixelles, is a cozy space where you can practice and learn about yoga, meditation, mindfulness, nutrition, and many other holistic wellness practices. Classes are offered in English or French, and sometimes both! Inspiration also regularly hosts yoga and related workshops and events led by inspiring local and visiting teachers.
Take a look at our schedule of classes and events for regular updates - click on the course you want for more details.
Susan’s classes are always inspiring and her supportive way of teaching leaves her students feeling calm and refreshed. Adapting your yoga practice and daily habits to meet your individual needs helps you to find your unique and optimal balance, so each session has a flow and an emphasis which is unique, according to the energy and needs of her students. Susan empowers her students to examine their lives beyond the physical body, and stresses a holistic approach to self-realisation.
A yoga practitioner since 1985, Susan began teaching yoga in 1998, and qualified as a yoga therapist through the Yoga Biomedical Trust (London) as well as with Mukunda Stiles in 2007. She has studied many approaches to yoga since 1985, and regularly learns from teachers in Europe, India, and North America. Susan believes in teaching people, not poses, making each class unique, focused and transformational, responding to the needs and energy of the moment. The postural practice is just one gateway to understanding yoga, with the ultimate aim of becoming a more fully aware, balanced and integrated being. Most of her work involves individualised yoga or mindfulness-based therapy, distilling Yogic, Tantric, Buddhist and Ayurvedic philosophy into her teaching, and at times referring to the astrological influences of the moment. She teaches mindfulness courses throughout the year, in the spirit and tradition of her teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh. Susan offers yoga retreats in Europe and India, where she spends several weeks every year.
Katariina started practicing yoga in the 2007, in the aftermaths of the birth of her second child and post-natal baby blues. She figured out that yoga was a way to forward, physically, mentally and spiritually. She has practiced with different teachers, and different varieties of yoga. Having gone through a severe burnout during busy working years as a mother to 2 young boys, she survived and in addition, found herself being healthier than ever before. She is passionate about health&nutrition and has studied and experimented it extensively. Her mission is to help people with her experience and knowledge on yoga, health and nutrition and wellbeing, both in homes and working live.
Katariina offers also workshops on yoga, health and wellbeing (homes, working life). More information at katariinayoga.eu
Chiara (Chitra) Capello
Chitra's yoga path started in 2003, in Brussels, during a particularly stressful period at work. She soon experienced the fullness of the practice and the transformation in the body and mind through the system developed by Shri Yogi Hari, called “Sampoorna Yoga”: the Yoga of Fullness. The enthusiasm for yoga changed the course of her life and career. After experiencing different Yoga styles, in 2012 and 2013 she took the Sampoorna Yoga Teacher Training Course with Shri Yogi Hari, and is a Certified Sampoorna Yoga Teacher (RYT 500), Children’s Yoga Teacher (RCYT 95), and Yin Yoga (30h) teacher. Chitra left her job as a lawyer in the European Commission in 2012 and now dedicates her time fully to sharing yoga with children, families and adults.
She loves teaching and practicing yoga. It helps her remain strong, grounded and happy and enables her to deal with the ups and downs of life. A regular yoga practice has been an essential part of her life for more than 11 years.
Véronique pratique régulièrement le yoga depuis 1995 en Allemagne, en France et en Belgique et l’enseigne depuis début 2013. Elle est formée à l’enseignement par l’Ecole de Formation à l’Enseignement du Yoga, Centre Atlantide à Lasne (Huguette Declercq), et à l’Ayurvéda par le Centre Tapovan en Normandie (Kiran Vyas). Elle pratique la méditation de pleine conscience quotidiennement et a suivi le programme MBSR offert par Ilios Kotsou.
Pour plus d'infos - www.moksha-center.com
Canadienne, Catherine est diplômée de l'école Les Ailes du Yoga à Paris en Ashtanga Vinyasa et de Little Lotus à Montréal en yoga pour enfants. Depuis 2007, elle enseigne l'Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, le yoga prénatal, le yoga maman-bébé et le yoga pour enfants. C'est avec bonheur et bonne humeur qu'elle explore et transmet cette pratique millénaire. Le yoga l'a accompagné durant ses deux grossesses. Ses cours sont bilingues FR/EN.
Catherine grew up in Canada and received her Ashtanga Vinyasa teachers certificate from Les Ailes du Yoga in Paris and Kids Yoga training from Little Lotus in Montreal. She has been teaching Ashtanga yoga, prenatal yoga, "mommy and me" and kids yoga since 2007. Through her practice and teaching, she is committed to exploring yoga with joy and humanity. Yoga became even more fundamental during her two pregnancies. Classes are bilingual EN/FR.
Annick découvre le yoga à la fin des années ’90 alors qu’elle est fait des bronchites chroniques asthmatiforme. Très vite, sa pratique régulière lui apporte des bienfaits surprenants et les symptômes, se dissiperont comme par magie. Conquise et convaincue que le yoga peut-être une magnifique voie d’auto-guérison, elle commence à l’enseigner à Bruxelles en 2005 dans le but d’aider les gens à améliorer leur santé. Toutefois, sa formation de danseuse et les quelques séminaires suivis ici et là, n’étanchent pas sa soif d’en connaitre plus à son sujet. C’est dans cet esprit, qu’elle entame une formation de professeur de yoga sous la supervision de Philip Rigo qui durera 4 ans. Elle obtient son diplôme reconnu par l’ADEPS et la FBHY en 2013. Elle se rend deux fois par année afin de poursuivre une spécialisation en yoga thérapeutique.