Do you sit a lot? Working at a desk, driving in your car, watching Netflix…
You’re in the right place!
I help people like you reverse the effect of a desk job on their bodies and minds.
Here is what my students say…
Right after we started our classes, I immediately realized that I had a lot of problems with my posture, and most of them I didn’t even know. Clem always guides me really well about myself, so i can notice even the smallest details about my own body and work on them.
Gradually correcting my posture over time allowed me to be more active in my life and cured my pains. I can easily say that Clem is an excellent Yoga teacher and she adapts her Yoga lessons to suit your needs. Thank you Clem !
Doruk, on Google
Private Yoga Classes
Is this you?
🌸 You spend a lot of time sitting and you can feel it’s taking a toll on your body and overall health. 🌸 You’d like toget rid of pain caused by your “desk posture”, feel more energetic and less stressed. 🌸 You’re looking for someone to guide you through the right movements for you according to your unique needs and abilities.
Let’s work on that together!
My classes are a blend of yoga, breathwork and self-massage with the use of tools. Whatever your age and physical abilities, you are in good hands!
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Clem is an exceptional Yoga Teacher, I really enjoy each yoga session with her, personally the class calm me down but also makes me sweat a lot, it is a great mix I like the feeling that Clem is always present in the room and transmits us her confidence and experience. Namaste lovely Clem
Carolina, on Facebook
The sessions with Clem are great. She is very clear and calm through the class. She will adapt to your needs :) She always offers different variations for all the levels, meaning that even if you’ve never done yoga before, you won’t feel intimidated by the difficulty.
Laura, on Google
I’ve had yoga with Clem both in groups and individually. I can only say she is an excellent yoga teacher. She is dedicated to her students and always adapts the content of the sessions following their needs.
Éric, on Google
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Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga
There are tons of benefits to practicing yoga during pregnancy, including alleviating the discomforts of pregnancy, preparing the body and mind for the birth, reducing the stress levels of the mother and empowering her during this extraordinary time of her life. Please check this blog post for more info about the wonders of prenatal yoga.
After the birth, yoga can also help the mother feel better, restore stability in the body and transition into this new role, if only by giving her an hour to herself!
I can travel to your home to give you the most comfortable and stress-free experience.
Private classes are 60 minutes long. Travel fee included.
Introductory class: 80€
Prenatal or Postnatal package: 540€ for 6 classes
Good to know: some insurances reimburse part of the cost of prenatal yoga classes!
Please contact me for booking or if you have any questions.
Yoga with Clem was the best decision I made in my third trimester of pregnancy. She teaches calmly, putting safety at the forefront.
Chetna, on Facebook
Clem is funny and very accommodating to change in the class schedule. Prenatal yoga gave me calmness, healthy mind and relaxing body. Thank you Clem
Chetna, on Facebook
While giving birth will never be fun, I felt well prepared thanks to your classes ;) Learning body awareness and how to breathe properly has made all the difference!
Janine, by e-mail
I was born with a heart defect that meant that I would get out of breath a lot faster than the other kids. Amazingly, as I grew up my heart healed itself, but I always saw myself as “not made for sports”. When I was 27, overweight and depressed, I decided it was time for a lifestyle change. I started to eat better and forced myself to exercise. Very quickly I realised that there’s no such thing as “not being made for sports”, I just had to find out what worked for me. I discovered yoga through fitness and strength training. First as a way to stretch my body after hard lifting sessions, but very soon, I fell in love with the entire practice.
I was amazed at what my body was capable of, after a lifetime of thinking that I was too weak, too fat, too lazy to do anything. This, the simple joy of being able to breathe freely and the sense of calm that overwhelmed me after each practice made me want to include yoga into my life even more.
I was lucky enough to practice with incredible teachers who inspired me to share my passion for yoga with my own students. I went to India to become a teacher, studying at Himalaya Yoga Valley. I have never stopped studying since, to better my knowledge of the human body and serve my students better.
Why do I teach yoga?
Yoga has changed my life for the better, and simply put, I want to help people feel better too. What I love about yoga is that it doesn’t require any physical skills, any particular equipment or time investment. Anybody can start practicing yoga today and feel the benefits almost immediately.
My aim as a teacher is to inspire my students to take charge of their own health and well-being.
My teaching style and certifications
My teaching style is calm and down-to-earth. I weave the philosophical aspects of yoga with my knowledge of anatomy and neurophysiology to design classes that are inspired by Indian wisdom but rooted in modern science. I often include MFR (myofascial release), a self-massage technique that complements yoga postures beautifully.
More than simply a form of exercise, yoga is an Indian philosophy that’s thousands of years old. It has evolved a lot, especially in the last century or so when it spread to the West.
Originally, the postures (or asanas) were merely a way to prepare the body to sustain long periods of meditation, in order to achieve self-realisation, enlightenment (or Samadhi, in Sanskrit). Nowadays, the focus of the practice has shifted, and we mostly practice yoga as a way to heal the body and mind, and keep them both healthy.
So how do we go about it?
It’s important to note that yoga is a lifestyle and ideally, we follow its philosophy at all times. But for the sake of simplicity, we can say that there are three main components of yoga inside the classroom.
Pranayama, or breathing techniques: in yoga, the breath is our energy and our most powerful tool. By learning to pay attention to our breath and to breathe better, we can learn to connect with our body and tame our mind.
Asanas, the postures: by practicing asanas, we build strength and flexibility in our entire body. Yoga has the particularity to work the body in all dimensions (as opposed to other forms of exercise where the same movements, using the same body parts are repeated over and over again). Its benefits against one of the major causes of pain of our time, the “desk posture” cannot be overestimated. In my opinion, one of the biggest aims of yoga is to get us to reconnect with our bodies. Nowadays, we have the tendency to be in our heads too much. We forget that we have a body, or we’re only reminded of it when something hurts. By learning to observe the sensations, to really feel, we can create this connection again and be more attentive to the signals our body sends us. We learn what’s good for us and what’s not. And as a result, better prevent injuries or disease.
Meditation: the same kind of attention can be applied to our minds, and as such, to our mental health. How often in our daily lives do we take the time to sit still, in silence and just be? Meditation can teach us to be more present, to observe and to relax. It is another a powerful tool against the stresses of the modern world.