Amélie Elbaz is a yoga and philosophy teacher, and also a choreographer.
She is currently developing skills in Gestalt therapist posture,
learning at EPG ( Parisian School of Gestalt therapy).
Her work focuses on breath, as a bridge to the spiritual dimension
of yoga. Concerning the postures, she likes to work on the specificity of each body,
in order to restore physiological balance and, consequently,
psychological one. She is not adept of
a systematic routine in the class, but tries to work as much as possible in synergy with
the energy and the dispositions of participants. In classes, she likes working on holding
positions in the duration, more than giving rapid succession of sequences, in her
opinion less likely to generate a deep work (especially for the organs). Her training was
done with the Sankara school in France - Swami Satyananda influence - and she has also worked on
Nil Hahoutoff’s postural (the French School of Yoga). She also regularly practices the teachings
of Osho, and recognized herself quite well in the creativity that characterizes the neo tantra,
who he is at the origin of. She also has a training module of yoga nidra (yoga of the sleep) and
an approach for prenatal and postnatal yoga. She participates regularly in seminars
of the Moroccan Association of Yoga.