Online Yoga & Pilates Classes

We offer online yoga & pilates classes accessible from anywhere in the world.
Our classes are filmed live by our qualified instructors.

Your favourite yoga & pilates classes at home!

Are you unable to travel? Are you ill? Don’t worry, we have classes available online. 
All you need is your mat, your computer, and a good Internet connection.

Choose your online class

Hatha Yoga

For a better understanding of postures

Flow Yoga

Intensify and energize your practice

Yin Yoga

Calm the mind and release tension

Gentle yoga 60yrs +

Regain your body's natural grace and suppleness

Pilates Big Balls

Strengthen your muscles, especially the abdominals and the back

What you need for your online class

A computer connected to the Internet

To take an online class, you need a computer with a good Internet connection. It's also important to have a camera and a microphone so that the instructor can see and hear you too.

Your mat and water bottle

Set up your mat in the room of your choice. Take your water bottle if you wish.

The right outfit

Comfortable clothing that gives you freedom of movement, e.g. tank top/t-shirt and leggings. All classes are held barefoot or in socks.

A moment just for you

How can I take an online class?

Choose your online class

We invite you to choose your video class in the "Schedule" section above.

Click on ''réserver''

Click on the "Reserver" button next to the online class of your choice and create an account on the Mindbody website or app.

Buy your package

Once you have registered with Mindbody, you can purchase the package of your choice.


The day of class

We'll send you an e-mail 30 minutes before the class, with a login link. This e-mail is only sent to people on the list, so it's important to reserve your class.

When are online yoga classes?

Our packages

Liberty

a la carte

Access to all group and video classes except Reformer Pilates.

Classes are valid for 1 year.

All prices are before tax.

1 Liberty class
$ 21
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20 Liberty classes
$ 325 or $16.25 per class
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10 Liberty classes
$ 185 or $18.50 per class
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30 Liberty classes
$ 420 or $14 per class
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Our packages

Unlimited Liberty

monthly & annual

1 month Unlimited

All group and video classes unlimited except reformer pilates
$ 135 per month
  • Without commitment
  • Access to our 6 studios
  • No activation fee
  • No pause possible
  • No automatic renewal

Unlimited Permanent

All group and video classes unlimited except reformer pilates
$ 105 per month
  • Minimum 3-month commitment
  • Access to our 6 studios
  • Activation fee $30
  • Pause possible
  • Automatic renewal

Unlimited Permanent +1

All unlimited group and video classes + 1 reformer class per week
$ 145 per month
  • Minimum 3-month commitment
  • Access to our 6 studios
  • Activation fee $30
  • Pause possible
  • Automatic renewal

1 year
Illimited

All group and video classes unlimited except pilates reformer
$ 1080 per year
  • Minimum 3-month commitment
  • Access to our 6 studios
  • No activation fee
  • Pause possible
  • Automatic renewal

1 month Unlimited

All group and video classes unlimited except pilates reformer
$ 135 per month
  • Without commitment
  • Access to our 6 studios
  • No activation fee
  • No pause possible
  • No automatic renewal

Unlimited Permanent

All group and video classes unlimited except pilates reformer
$ 105 per month
  • Minimum 3-month commitment
  • Access to our 6 studios
  • Activation fee $30
  • Pause possible
  • Automatic renewal

Unlimited Permanent +1

All unlimited group and video classes + 1 reformer class per week
$ 145 per month
  • Minimum 3 month commitmentement
  • Access to our 6 studios
  • Activation fee $30
  • Pause possible
  • AUtomatic renewal

1 year
Unlimited

All group and video classes unlimited except pilates reformer
$ 1080 for 1 year
  • Minimum 3 mois d'month commitment
  • Access to our 6 studios
  • No activation fee
  • Pause possible
  • Automatic renewal
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Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is one of the traditional branches of yoga, emphasizing the union of body and mind through physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation. The term “Hatha” is derived from the words “Ha” meaning sun and “Tha” meaning moon, symbolizing the union of opposing energies.

Hatha yoga is distinguished by its balanced, gentle approach. It emphasizes stability, strength, flexibility and relaxation. Hatha yoga sessions are generally slower and more static than more dynamic styles of yoga. They offer a careful, detailed exploration of postures, with an emphasis on alignment, conscious breathing and body awareness.

Hatha yoga aims to harmonize body and mind by cultivating presence, concentration and mindfulness. It promotes relaxation, mental tranquility and energetic balance. Practitioners of Hatha Yoga learn to develop inner strength, emotional stability and mental clarity.

Yoga Hatha is a solid foundation for exploring other forms of yoga, and can serve as a foundation for developing a more advanced practice. It offers a holistic approach to well-being, encompassing body, breath and mind.

Flow Yoga

Yoga Flow, also known as Vinyasa Yoga, is a dynamic style of yoga characterized by a sequence of movements synchronized with the breath.

The postures (asanas) follow one another fluidly, creating a continuous, rhythmic movement.

Unlike other more static styles of yoga, where postures are held for longer periods, Yoga Flow is distinguished by its constant movement, creating an energizing and meditative experience, strengthening the body, improving flexibility and promoting concentration.

This fluidity of movement creates a sense of harmony between body and mind.

Yoga Flow can vary in intensity and rhythm depending on the teacher. Some Yoga Flow classes may be gentler and more accessible to beginners, while others may be faster and more demanding.

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a style of yoga that focuses on gentle, prolonged stretching of the body’s connective tissues, such as ligaments, tendons and fascia. Unlike other, more dynamic styles of yoga, Yin Yoga involves holding poses for an extended period of time, usually 3 to 5 minutes or more.

Yin yoga is based on the principles of traditional Chinese yoga and Taoist philosophy, emphasizing deep relaxation, patience and awareness of the present moment. Yin yoga poses are often performed on the floor, and are designed to open up and release accumulated tension in the body.

The practice stimulates the body’s energy meridians, promoting energy balance and the free circulation of vital energy (Qi). It also helps to improve flexibility, restore joint mobility, calm the mind and promote deep relaxation.

Yin Yoga is often considered an ideal complement to more active styles of yoga, as it targets the deeper tissues of the body that may be neglected in other practices. It is beneficial for people with hectic lifestyles, for athletes seeking to improve recovery and for anyone wishing to find inner balance and deep relaxation.

Yin yoga requires a gentle approach that respects the body’s limits. Poses should be held comfortably, without forcing or creating excessive pain.

Gentle Yoga 60 years +

As its name suggests, this form of yoga is specifically adapted to the needs of people over 60, although anyone of any age can come and take this class. This form of yoga focuses on maintaining flexibility, strength, balance and mobility, taking into account physical particularities and possible age-related limitations.

This class respects each individual’s pace and capacities. Postures (asanas) are adapted to take account of stiff joints, less flexible muscles and the sensitivity of participants. Breathing exercises (pranayama) are integrated to promote relaxation, improve concentration and enhance vitality.

As well as helping to improve flexibility, joint mobility and muscle strength, this practice can help prevent falls and maintain physical independence. On a mental and emotional level, yoga can help reduce stress, calm the mind and promote an overall sense of well-being, while enhancing quality of life.

It’s important to note that Yoga 60+ can be practised by people of all fitness levels and yoga experience.

Big Balls Pilates

Big Ball Pilates is a fitness activity that combines the principles of Pilates with the use of a large exercise ball. This ball, often called a Swiss ball, provides unstable support, forcing the body’s stabilizing muscles to work harder to maintain balance during exercise.

This activity strengthens the core, also known as the “powerhouse” in Pilates. Exercises performed on the ball engage the deep muscles of the abdomen, back and stabilizing muscles, improving posture, stability and overall body strength.

Another interesting feature of this activity is that it develops coordination and balance. By performing exercises on an unstable support, the body must constantly adapt to maintain stability, which improves proprioception and movement coordination.

Finally, Pilates on a large ball is a fun and stimulating activity. Working with the ball adds a playful dimension to Pilates practice, which can make training more motivating and enjoyable.

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