Yoga is a science devoted to the health of the body and to the peace, strength and clarity of the mind. Good digestion, deep sleep, vitality and enthusiasm, the correct functioning of internal organs, flexibility and muscles toned, a feeling of joy and ease are some of the benefits acquired by the regular practice of yoga.

B.K.S. Iyengar is today one of the most famous yoga masters in India and around the world. Born in 1918 in the South of India, he devoted his life since his teens to the study and teaching of yoga. He lived in Pune where he founded the famous Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute (RMYI). His books have been translated into many languages and have become classical reference works. His scientific approach contributed significantly to the “demystification” of yoga.

Contrary to the widespread view that yoga is a method of soft relaxation gymnastics, Iyengar Yoga is an intensive training that involves the body as well as the mind. It is based on the extensive practice of Asanas (yoga postures) and of Pranayama (yogic breathing).

Asanas develop strength, flexibility and body awareness. They especially relieve back pain, help the proper functioning of all organs, improve digestion and blood circulation. The postures also provide great relaxation.

They help to get rid of stress and fatigue, thus creating the conditions for excellent relaxation. 

Difficult situations can be better addressed. They help inner calm and serenity to take root in one’s soul. Pranayama is the art of extending and controlling the breath. It increases vitality, brings balance to the mind and improves concentration.

According to the philosophy of yoga, the human being consists of the body, soul and spirit. The always serene spirit is the eternal part that resides in every man. The Asanas and Pranayama are the two fundamental pillars of yoga, to bring the body and the soul into contact with the light of the spirit and find inner peace.

Next retreats

Yoga teacher training 200h with Salma El Fattach Gaucher

27 November - 1 Décember 2021

YTT avec Salma El Fattah

Yoga & hiking retreat with Asma Ajana

3 - 5 December 2021

 Yoga retreat

Nature & yoga retreat with Mounir Mrabeti

10 - 12 December 2021

Yoga retreat

Yoga retreat with Nada Mehdi & Hakim Bouzidi

16 - 19 December 2021

Yoga retreat

Yoga & Danse retreat
with Fadoua & Nezha

29 December 2021 - 1 January 2022

Yoga retreat

YTT with Daniela Holzer

5 January - 3 February 2022


Yoga teacher training 200h with Salma El Fattach Gaucher

8 - 12 January 2022

YTT avec Salma El Fattah

Yoga retreat with Reda Tadili

21 - 23 January 2022

Yoga retreat

Yoga retreat with Emmanuelle Cueff

12 - 17 February 2022

Yoga retreat

Yoga retreat
with Conor Byrnes

19 - 26 February 2022

Yoga retreat

Yoga retreat
with Imane Chefchaouni

25 - 27 February 2022

Yoga retreat

Kundalini Yoga retreat
with Hari Das

4 - 6 March 2022

Yoga retreat

Yoga teacher training 200h with Salma El Fattach Gaucher

12 - 16 March 2022

YTT avec Salma El Fattah

Spring yoga avec Saloua Hachami

18 - 20 March 2022

 Yoga retreat

Yoga Iyengar retreat with Eve & Guillaume

27 March - 2 April 2022

Yoga retreat

Yoga Retreat with
Niki Silk

03 - 10 April 2022

                        Yoga Retreat with Niki Silk

Yoga retreat
with Nicoletta

10 - 15 April 2022

Yoga retreat

Yoga Retreat with

30 April - 7 May 2022

       Yoga Retreat

YTT with Daniela Holzer

1 - 25 May 2022


Yoga retreat with Eyal Shifroni

9 - 18 Mai 2022

Yoga retreat

Iyengar Yoga retreat
with Gaetane Valazza

14 - 21 May 2022

Iyengar Yoga retreat

Iyengar Yoga retreat
with Karl Strahlke

21 - 28 May 2022

Yoga retreat 

Yoga teacher training 200h with Salma El Fattach Gaucher

28 May - 1 June 2022

YTT with Salma El Fattah

Clôture formation 200h avec Salma El-Fattah

4 - 9 June 2022

Yoga retreat


Yoga retreat
with Monica

4 - 11 June 2022

Yoga retreat


Yoga retreat
with Preet

11 - 18 June 2022

Yoga retreat


Yoga retreat with Klara Puski

24 - 31 July 2021

Yoga retreat

YTT with Daniela Holzer

4 September - 2 October 2022


Yoga retreat with

11 - 18 September 2022

                Yoga retreat with Daniela

Yoga retreat with
Siri Tuseth

17 - 24 September 2022

                Yoga retreat with Siri Tuseth

Yoga Teacher Training
with Jade Whitham

15 October - 12 November 2022

            Yoga TT with Jade Whitham

Yoga Teacher Training
with Jade Whitham

15 October - 12 November 2022

            Yoga TT with Jade Whitham

The teachers


Ahlam is a certified Yoga Alliance teacher. She started her yoga adventure in 2010 as a practitioner of Hot Yoga. Five years later she discovered and integrated other styles of yoga such as Yin Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa flow, Aerial Yoga and Ashtanga into her practice.

Yoga is a philosophy of life that she wanted to transmit to others. She then decided to travel to Nepal, between India and Tibet at the foot of the Himalayas to follow a Yoga Teacher Training 200H. She came back transformed and enriched.

Today and since 2019, Ahlam teaches different forms of Yoga, traveling throughout Morocco whether on the beaches of Essaouira or the dunes of Dakhla, in studios in Casablanca, the forests of Benslimane or retreat centers like Bab Zouina or Mellow Beach House.

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Ahlam Tsouli

Choreographer, dancer, actress and teacher of dance and Yoga (Certified 500 Hours Hatha Yoga and 200 hours Ashtanga Yoga) – Certified laughter yoga instructor

After a career as an elite sportswoman on the Moroccan National Athletics Team (Sprinteuse), she embarked on classical, traditional and Sufi dances from the Maghreb in the Middle East. She later specialized in tribal dances in Morocco for which she gave lectures on dance, costumes and music.

In 2001, she began training as an actress at the Conservatoire de Genève and at the Cours Florent in Paris, while following courses with different teachers on improvisation, performance, mime and voice break.

Also followed for 7 years singing lessons with private teachers and at the Geneva Conservatory while also being part of a choir of classical singing for 3 years.

Aisha discovers yoga in 2007, since this practice has haunted her mind. After a regular practice in parallel with her studies, she realizes that she is more and more interested in Yoga & spirituality so she decided to devote herself fully to her passion and begins her first Natha Yoga training, a teaching in the tradition of Nathas Yogis of Kashmir. She leaves for a second training in openness and diversity with Samasti Yoga School in Bali to learn the teaching of Yin, Hatha and Vinyasa. Aisha currently teaches at various yoga studios in Casablanca she is also known for organizing wellness days that combine yoga, meditation and hiking in nature.

She is a Yoga Alliance Registered 500hr yoga teacher. More than that, she is a lifelong yoga devotee. Her grandmother, her guardian angel, taught her headstand at the age of 8. In high school, she started a yoga club. In college, she took yoga as gym class and explored different studios and styles all around New York City. From there she trained with Seane Corn and Hala Khouri, where she learned about yoga as a vehicle for healing and connecting.

Inspired, she sought to learn more about yoga therapy, and she found her teacher, Liz Heffernan and the Soma Yoga Institute in Hawaii, where she did my 200 hour teacher training in 2014. She began teaching and continued to develop her practice in Morocco and abroad. In 2018 she completed her 500 hours of training in Rishikesh, India, integrating new learning on yoga philosophy, meditation, yin, and pranayama.

She has practiced yoga in over 12 countries, with countless different teachers and students. Her continued practice is essential to her teaching as she is always evolving towards her true self. It is a daily practice that incorporates much more than the physical. And she hopes to share it with you.

Outside of yoga, she has a BA from Columbia University in New York in Middle East and North African Studies and Political Science and a MSc from the London School of Economics in Development Management. She currently works on projects related to economic development in the Middle East and North Africa. She loves to cook vegetarian (and mostly vegan) food, to swim in the ocean, and play her harmonium.

Alia is yoga therapist and yoga trainer. She teaches restorative yoga, women’s yoga, pre and postnatal yoga, and children’s / family yoga. Her classes and workshops are focused on the well-being of everyone following the principles of yoga therapy. She studied yoga in New York – with, among others, Leslie Kaminoff and Judith H. Lasater – in France with Dr. Lionel Coudron and Blandine Calais-Germain (in yoga anatomy), but also and especially in India at the Yoga Institute from Mumbai, with Sudhesh Chandra, Indian master at Mysore and KYM at Chennai. After almost 5 years running the AliaOm Yoga Center in Annemasse – teaching in the tradition of T.Khrisnamacharia and her son T.K.V Désikachar and Uma Dinsmore-Tuli in London, Alia lives today in Pondicherry. She organizes trips to India and is dedicated to the training of yoga teachers in France and abroad.


I am a RYT 500h Yoga Alliance certified Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga teacher. I did my training in the Multi Style Yoga School (Shiva Yoga Peeth) in Rishikesh, India.

My encounter with yoga came during a troubled period of my life. The yoga philosophy helped me to come out of a personal and professional crisis where I could no longer see the end. Since then, I have been practicing yoga regularly and made it my way of life.

After more than 10 years of experience in marketing and customer relations, I decided to combine my passion for exchange with my philosophy. Knowing perfectly the business environment and its constraints, it is for me a great pleasure to share with my students this virtuous practice during yoga retreats, team building, yoga classes or conferences on corporate well-being.


This is my soul name, received as a blessing and a way of remembering my service to the earth, of celebrating eternity awakening into its divine nature through our human form.

a few years ago i travelled to morocco, retracing my early childhood years, hungry to touch base with my meaning of home and my mirror within. as memories and multi-sensory details flooded my mind in the concrete jungle of casablanca, i was reawakened to my origins and carried home to myself.

synchronicities unfolded so quickly. i met a beautiful kundalini yoga teacher who invited me to sing the mantra we use to tune in to the universe and to ourselves ‘ong namo guru dev namo’ and this encounter changed my life, creating a bond to the teachings of the golden chain that is indescribable.

my mother, felicidad, is the kindest person i know and also a teacher. growing up, i used to spend hours teaching my imaginary students and reinventing all the games children were playing at school. my love for reinventing games stayed with me. and today, my dream is for us to reinvent reality by building healthier communities out of imagination.

i wake up each morning to pray and do this pranically powerful practice which holds my soul with so much vitality and positivity. whenever my soul crosses the limits of its ego, I feel an inner light that unifies my brain with the brain of the earth – united to you and the mind of the whole.

my calling to inspire you to believe in your infinity through your own experience of the moment, your own presence and knowledge.

From my many years of classical dance and other styles I have kept the taste for effort, requirement, perseverance and the search for precision. But above all, I discovered a feeling of lightness and freedom in body and mind that was imprinted in me.
The body as an instrument of transformation and liberation.
When I later began to practice Iyengar® Yoga, the positive effects and changes were so striking that this practice quickly became a central part of my life.
I practiced intensely for several years before taking the Iyengar® Certified Teacher Training in Pune, India (RIMYI). This basic training, which lasts a minimum of 3 years, is just the beginning of a continuous learning process.
My teachers are direct students of BKS Iyengar: Faeq and Corine Biria (Paris), Michael Forbes (Munich), Lois Steinberg (USA), Birjoo Mehta, Zubin Zarthoshtimanesh (India) as well as the teachers of RIMYI in Pune.

Today, I am entirely dedicated to practice and teaching and I continue to train with my teachers and the Iyengar family (his children and grandchildren) during regular stays at the institute in Pune. I am currently certified Junior 1.
In my centre in Marrakech (Iyoma, Iyengar® Yoga centre) I welcome students of all ages. The classes are progressive and in line with the teaching of BKS Iyengar.
I am registered with the French Association of Iyengar Yoga® (, guarantor of the respect of the ethics, the essence and the integrity of this teaching.

Founder of Yoga Innergy

Spirited glomad with African roots, Chocolako has more than 1,000+ hours of accredited yoga teacher training.

Her path has led her to explore and weave artistic expression through non-linear somatic movement, embodied meditation, and hatha postures.

As a result, her sister circles, yoga classes, dance and womb wellness practices across Africa have helped people express freely and feel their way toward an awakened path.

This Atlanta native’s contagious spark invites us all to “keep flowing, not forcing”.

After a few years of practicing self-taught yoga, it was in 1994, during a stay in Chicago that lasted three years, that he began taking classes that quickly became daily. This intensive practice led him to undertake training in Chicago and then in Santa Barbara. Back in Europe he started a Iyengar yoga training with Corine and Faeq Biria in Paris that he finished in 2000. Since then, Claude teaches this method in Lausanne.


Conor was raised in the United States and served in Senegal for 21 months as a member of the United States Peace Corps. Conor’s love for yoga began at the age of 18 and since it has been the great joy and guide. His teachers have instilled in him a deep belief in the transformative power of asana and meditation, as well as the expansion of compassion and insight through embodied experience.

Conor is currently a Master’s student in neuroscience at Humboldt Universität, Berlin. He aims to initiate a contemporary dialogue by integrating it into the light of ancient spiritual teachings. Conor has had the good fortune to study with Jivamukti teachers namely Sharon Gannon, David Life, Yogeswari, Anja Kühnel. He has finished with the 800-hour Jivamukti Yoga Apprenticeship Program with his mentor, Anja-ji and instructed the 75-hour Jivamukti Spiritual Warrior teacher training at Jivamukti Paris, as the assistant of Ian Szydlowski-Alvarez.


My path that led me to yoga came through detours and years ago I would not have been able to imagine this myself. Unfortunately, my little dream of becoming a figure skater or ballerina never came true. My parents had often enrolled me in ballet schools and for figure skating courses. Unfortunately I was too shy and afraid to do the courses alone and so the plan never worked out for me.

I kept dreaming, admiring the beautiful women on TV and being very excited about their movements. Later I found it difficult to get excited about sport in schools or privately. The fight among each other, who is stronger, better or weaker, made me turn my back on the sport and so at times I had no physical or mental balance.

After an illness, I started to take care of myself again and this probably came to shake me awake. I started to listen more to myself, to my body, and continued to educate myself. This ultimately led me to yoga.

The calm, the inner peace from the first lesson were the reason to continue and I began to complete various training courses. Health and fitness trainer, singing bowl massage, Thai Yoga NUAD, Hot and Cold Stone, all of this then led me to India.

In Goa I did my basic training as a yoga teacher, which not only changed me professionally but also personally. The attitude was completely different, the personal strengths and above all the happiness became more intense.

So I turned my biggest hobby into a job and worked very determined to make my dream come true. The challenge of writing about myself makes me aware of what closed soul I am. Many people perceive me as unreachable, unapproachable and this is probably because I find it difficult to reveal myself. My wonderful work in which I can open up helps me to be myself.

My inner urge to educate myself further, to know more, to experience more, led me back to India. Where I was able to enjoy a second yoga teacher training. This time I went to the origin of yoga, Rishikesh.

Disciple and yoga teacher at the ashram of BKS Iyengar, naturopath and dancer, Gauri lives, teaches and practices in Pune, India. Gauri comes from a Gandhian family renowned in the practice of Ayurvedic yoga. She has extensive experience in therapeutic yoga and uses it to treat specific physical conditions. As a naturopath, she also practices Thai massage she learned in Bangkok, combining the therapeutic virtues of Indian and Thai methods. As a dancer, Gauri has been practicing Mohini Attam since childhood, one of the eight forms of Indian classical dance from Kerala. In Indian mythology, this enchanting dance is performed by Lord Vishnu to save the God Shiva from the demon Bhasmasura.


Halima Koussaimy is a Wing Chun Kung Fu and Tai Chi Chuan prodigy. She started Wing Chun at the age of 11 and Tai Chi at the age of 14. Four hours of daily practice made these martial arts her way of life and her philosophy. She received from the hands of Sifu Didier Béddar her black belt in Kung Fu Wing Chun at the age of 16, which makes her the youngest to have received it—knowing that it is in principle forbidden to receive it at that age as tradition assumes that it is impossible to reach that level so young. Sifu Didier Beddar is the ninth generation of Sifu Yip Man’s descendants and he is currently considered the greatest expert in Wing Chun Kung Fu. If Halima excels in Wing Chun boxing, she is probably even better in Tai Chi. Particularly gifted, it is in China, at the Institute of Languages and Culture of Beijing, that she perfected her practice and obtained the rank of Tai Chi teacher.
But Halima is governed by her humbleness and her mastery of Tai Chi allows her to refocus and put her ego at its suitable place. She explains that Tai Chi, whose slow movements seem simply harmonious, hides combat techniques. Halima also insists on the fact that we should work on our movements taking into account our interiority as much as our exteriority. Then, the real benefits of Tai Chi are revealed as well as an understanding of the Yin/Yang principle. The whole point of Tai Chi for people who already practice yoga is to work more on ‘anchoring’ where yoga tends to work more on ‘taking off’.


Imane holds a doctorate in Biochemistry. She started her professional career as a teacher in an engineering school and then worked in development projects in Moroccan NGOs as well as in an international agency for sustainable development. Today, she is an international consultant.

She discovered Yoga in 2014 and it impacted her daily life. She decided to do a yoga instructor training to discover the whole philosophy of this art of living. In 2018, she started teaching Yoga in Rabat in several centers. In 2019, she invites her teachers to train yoga instructors in Rabat.

In 2020, to support her community during lockdown, she launched the Morning Yoga Challenge online where over 500 people practiced yoga with her for 4 months. She also co-facilitated with her partners different workshops and meetings around the philosophy of Yoga, spirituality and well-being.

In October 2020, she created and opened a yoga space in Rabat with the first trained yoga instructors in Rabat.

In August 2021, she founded the Noor institute for the accompaniment and training of several Yoga practices, Meditation, Reiki and other holistic disciplines.

Yog’Imane is also a Reiki Master and a coach in personal and spiritual development and accompanies people to transform their lives. Her ikigai is to accompany her community to discover their full potential to shine and illuminate the World.

Ingrid is a Iyengar yoga teacher who graduated in 2007. She teaches group classes in Mont-sur-Rolle, Marchissy and Founex and classes for children and young people in international schools on the Côte (Vaud, Switzerland). She has also specialized in corporate yoga classes and therapeutic yoga classes at home. Ingrid is originally from German-speaking Switzerland and moved to Geneva in 1985 to begin her career in marketing and events before devoting herself entirely to yoga. She has lived in New York, Madagascar, South Africa and Italy. For several years, Ingrid has been president of the Iyengar Yoga Association Switzerland.

Originally from Austin, Texas, Jade started her yoga journey at the age of 18 when she stepped into her first hatha class at her university. After pursuing a career in culinary arts and tourism, she attended her first teacher training at the age of 30, earning 200 hours in traditional hatha yoga. One year later, she followed her teacher to India, where she later earned her 300 hour training in vinyasa and therapeutic yoga. Jade’s biggest passion within the yoga community is teaching “relatable” yoga – bringing the heath and awareness aspects of traditional yoga to the Western mindset. After moving to Morocco, Jade started Yalah Yoga, which is her personal yoga brand – bringing multistyle yoga instruction to tourists and locals in Morocco. As an addition to the brand, Jade works with local artisans to create yoga accessories made from Moroccan textiles. She can best describe her classes at “lighthearted” with an emphasis on fun, fluid movement and a childlike discovery of the self.


Founder of the “Damanjot Yoga Center”, the first Kundalini Yoga and meditation center in Morocco (Casablanca) created in 2012.

A true passionate person, Johanna introduced the vegan philosophy in Morocco by creating the Vegan Café in 2015; a living space, café and restaurant 100% Vegan and organic, in a spirit of exchange and sharing with anyone seeking a healthy lifestyle, both for the mind and body.

She discovered kundalini yoga according to the teachings of yogi Bhajan during a spiritual retreat in the world capital of yoga “Rishikesh” in India in 2010 and obtained her certification in Paris.

She organizes spiritual retreats in Morocco, always accompanied by her harmonium when she sings the sacred texts.

Kamadevi is a certified Hatha Yoga teacher with 12 years teaching experience. She is a Reiki and Intuitive Massage therapist well-versed in Vipassana meditation. Her practice focuses on Kriya Yoga, Kundalini and Tantra as well as methods of bodywork and ecstatic dance. Her creative nature complements her artistic skills (Visual Arts degree at the HEAD Geneva).

She regularly provides workshops and retreats in Switzerland, Middle East, India and Africa. Having previously implemented a Holistic Lifestyle Program at The 5-star Fusion Resort in Vietnam, Kamadevi has a well-versed approach, is open-minded and free-spirited. Her travels and consideration to cultural differences have enabled her to work accordingly within varied contexts, individually and with groups.

His first contact with yoga (Sivananda) was in 1987. From the year 2001, he started taking classes and several yoga courses, and in 2003 he found Iyengar yoga. Since Karl practices this method, which he graduated, and has also acquired all certificates FSEA (Swiss Federation for Continuing Education) to obtain the Federal Diploma of Adult Trainer. He teaches Iyengar yoga in Lausanne and regularly gives yoga workshops.

At the age of ten, Kate Beck attended her first yoga class. After her training as a primary school teacher, she continued her studies at the University of Berne, choosing as a main subject the comparative study of religions, with a particular interest in yoga and Hinduism. She became a yoga teacher in 1996. Since then, she has been pursuing her training in this field and deepened her knowledge of philosophy during several long stays at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Pune, India. Kate is responsible for the training programs of Patañjali Yoga Switzerland; She trains international teachers and runs courses all over Europe. She is known for her skill and yoga know-how during pregnancy and for her knowledge of Patañjali Yoga Sutras.

Lauren Grusenmeyer, Akal Sanpreet Kaur, is a passionate Kundalini Yoga teacher trained by Guru Jagat, Gurujas and Harijiwan at Ra Ma Institute for Applied Yogic Science and Technology. After years of practicing yoga, dance and the healing arts Lauren discovered Kundalini Yoga, an experience which gave her life an intense fulfillment. This ancient technology gave her a set of simple tools to experience great clarity and strength in the middle of the storm. The wealth of lessons she received inspired her to dive deep into this path and share these teachings. She teaches weekly classes and organises workshops and retreats.

Laurence Clerc Carlier, certified Swiss teacher and recognized RYT-500h by Yoga Alliance. Trained in the traditions of BKS lyengar (Jean Lechim), then alongside renowned international Vinyassa teachers such as Joan Hymen (500H), Annie Carpenter, Jessica Magnin, Noelle Connolly (3001-1), Chad Hamrin (300H) or any recently Simon Park for a new 300H “Liquid Flow Yoga”. Passionate about the body in movement, Laurence is particularly interested in anatomy and yogatherapy. A practitioner of hypnosis, she also practices with a clientele in private practice.

Lucia has 12 years of yoga experience. At the beginning she shared yoga studies and her job as a fashion designer, however later on her passion for yoga and the stress of the fashion business drove her to focus 100% on yoga practice.

In order to do so, she gave up her job as a designer and travelled to India to grasp the actual value of yoga experience. Having that feeling, India became a source of continuous improvement for her yoga skills.

At present Lucia’s goal is to share yoga benefits through an easy and comfortable learning process for those who are seeking for a better quality of life through a suitable mind and body balance.

She regularly provides workshops and retreats in Switzerland, Middle East, India and Africa. Having previously implemented a Holistic Lifestyle Program at The 5-star Fusion Resort in Vietnam, Kamadevi has a well-versed approach, is open-minded and free-spirited. Her travels and consideration to cultural differences have enabled her to work accordingly within varied contexts, individually and with groups.


A turning point in life, this is how Massar discovered the discipline of Yoga. His journey and transformation are the result of daily practice. He has been initiated to Meditation in the Himalayan Yoga Tradition, which draws from the ancient Vedic and Tantric teachings, emphasizing the path of Raja Yoga, commonly known as Integral Yoga. Massar strives to transmit Yoga and Meditation as a Science and Philosophy, helping to harmonize the body and calm the fluctuations of the mind. Allowing each one to live better his daily life. The discipline is for everyone who wants to learn to know themselves better on a physical, energetic and mental level. Without forgetting for those who wish it, the spiritual aspect of the practice, initiating them towards the realization of oneself. He regularly intervenes in workshops, conferences and retreats that he organizes today in the different regions of Morocco, with his wife, a naturopath.


Mounir is a yoga and fitness teacher with a solid foundation in Yoga (Certification from India). He is also very dedicated to Fitness Step and Aerobic, Cardio training, muscle building and stretching (Certification from France). Mounir is extremely motivated to help whoever wants to improve his fitness and health. His approach includes activities (individual or in group) and methods of adaptation with physical preparation in order to obtain a healthy mind in a healthy body.

Dancer and choreographer, Nathalie teaches Vinyasa yoga since 2010 and Yoga Dance Fusion. She has followed several lessons with, among others, Vidya Heisel in Bali, Shiva Rea (Greece, Los Angeles, London), Simon Park. She teaches regularly in Val Thorens (Savoy) and Annecy and offers Dance Fusion Yoga workshops in the Rhônes Alpes region.

As a yoga teacher and health coach, I create space for my clients and students to slow down and tune in. I am passionate about self care, essential oils and clean living and curating meaningful experiences and adventures. I believe that developing skills to remain calm and centered empower us to step outside of our comfort zone and welcome adventure and expansion.

As a yoga teacher, I love working with private clients to create individualized sessions that focus on each students’ unique needs and goals. I also love teaching fun, playful, and mindful group vinyasa classes while building community with my students.

As a health coach, my focus is on reducing stress and supporting my clients to replace toxins with more natural solutions. I offer one on one coaching sessions as well as regular cleanses and workshops on essential oils, self care, and seasonal wellness.

I also offer Yoga and Culture Retreats in the Middle East and North Africa, which combine my deep knowledge and appreciation for Islamic cultures with my expertise in yoga and stress relief. During my retreats, we use the practices of yoga and mindfulness to process through meaningful travel experiences that emphasize cultural immersion and personal growth.

I have a B.A. in Art History with a focus on Islamic Art History from UCLA and an International MBA with concentrations in Arabic and Entrepreneurship. I have lived and studied in Turkey, Morocco, Jordan, and Lebanon and have traveled widely throughout the MENA region.

I am also a proud Bay Area native and dog mom to my beautiful rescue girl, Opal.

Ex classical dancer, born in Paris in 1973, Ophélia began dancing at the age of 4 years. Iyengar Yoga appeared in her life around the age of 13. She discovered pedagogy much later, when she met Christian Pisano and June Whittaker Pisano at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Nice. She then began a 3-year training with them, following which she became a teacher at the Institute. Today, she continues to assist and give classes and internships on the French Riviera and elsewhere. She is a Junior II graduate since March 2016.

Personal practice, participation in refresher courses and regular retreats are part of the life of a yogi and allow to continue the exploration, both technical, educational and spiritual of this art. To have met BKS Iyengar in person, in Pune, India and to have observed for a few months, will remain forever engraved in his memories.

Pleuni is a traveling yoga teacher and former contemporary dancer from the Netherlands. She has been leading retreats and workshops all over the world since 2013. The dynamic Vinyasa classes she teaches are an exploration of the body’s natural way of moving. Her Yin classes are led in a very meditative way to allow you to dive deep into your inner world. She always invites students to feel into their own body and decide with openness and curiosity what it is that works for them individually. Pleuni also works with the healing power of sound, sharing her voice and playing different instruments to bring people into a deep state of relaxation, transforming negative energies.

Rajaa Belghazi

Rajaa is passionate about spirituality. It is in India that she completed her training in Hatha Sivananda in Kerala, Hatha Yoga in the ashram of Sadhguru in Isha Foundation, and in Barcelona the Flow vinyasa in Yogalinda. Recently settled in Morocco, she aspires to share her knowledge and spread the love.


Rhita has been passionate about medicine and sports since she was a child. She was spontaneously attracted to physiotherapy and sports medicine. At the same time, initiated by her father, she has always been immersed in martial arts. She started with Wing Chun and Tai Chi, and later became a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu champion which she has been practicing for more than 15 years. Today she is vice champion of Africa and vice champion of Europe in Jiu Jitsu

Her encounter with Iyengar yoga dates back to her university period in 1986. She followed Christian Pisano’s teaching in its ‘pure and strict’ form. After many internships and training in France, Italy and India (Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute, RIMYI), she then followed and assisted Christian Pisano in his courses in England, the United States, France and Italy. Since 2006, she has founded her own training center near Bergamo in Italy where she regularly teaches and frequently hosts world-renowned teachers.

Salma El Fattah

I am a physical therapist and yoga teacher for over ten years, certified Yoga Alliance, therapist and lifestyle consultant according to Ayurveda. Founder of kinesun (physiotherapy and wellness company at home and in companies), Founder of Yoga & Therapy Studio in Casablanca.

I accompany many students on a daily basis, through my individual classes, group classes, workshops and retreats. I attach great importance to the preservation of the body’s integrity and the prevention of injuries. My knowledge of anatomy allows me to adjust each posture to the specificities of each person’s body, to his or her current possibilities but also to his or her objectives.
My practice has as its main intentions benevolence, gratitude, compassion and self-love, combining rigor and elegance with gaiety and letting go. Perpetually inviting students to connect their bodies and minds, seeking and respecting their limits. 

I am convinced that yoga is a whole, a development of oneself in all areas of life, a beautiful way to realize oneself.

Sigrid studied philosophy, German literature and political science and practiced drama in dance. She has been practicing yoga since 2002 and started teaching it five years later. In 2013, Sigrid fully dedicated herself to teaching yoga and then focused on dynamic Hatha Yoga: it is not so much about contortions or awesome postures, but rather knowing your body and finding a place for yourself, balance and inner peace. Her approach to yoga is sometimes relaxing, sometimes stimulating, but always an adventure in itself. She sees yoga as a wonderful link between the spiritual and the physical that allows everyone to find their balance and contribute to overall harmony.

Siri has been practicing yoga for over 15 years and has been teaching for more than a decade. She is a senior teacher at the Satya Yoga Institute and runs yoga schools in Stavanger and Sandnes, Norway. She is a certified Level 3 teacher from Patanjali Yoga Switzerland. Under the direction of Ali Dashti and Kate Beck, she also oversees the 2 years yoga teacher training Patanjali in Stavanger.

Sue first discovered yoga as a way to deal with the stress levels of a demanding corporate role. She had no idea it would eventually lead her to India where she trained in traditional, disciplined, hatha yoga. She believes yoga is for everybody and aims to teach you to listen to your body, maintaining a strong focus on the importance of the breath to leave you with an overall sense of inner wellbeing and calm.


Susan Maria Slaoui is a holistic nutritionist with a passion for all things mind body and soul – and food too, of course! Having completed 500hrs of yoga teacher trainings in: Tantra, Vinyasa, Yin and Hatha, she’s most certainly certified and widely wise. This library of knowledge is something Susan wishes to share with the rest of the world, through teaching. By joining her classes, you gain access to gracious guidance on how to lead a healthy, happy and heartfelt life. Namaste!

Zineb Nassrou is a certified yoga teacher (YTTC 200) from the Vinyasa Yoga School in Rishikech (2017). Yoga and Reiki have changed her life and she is now teaching her students how to use their breath to touch their inner self and how to be self-aligned using the millennial practice that is Yoga. She has founded the Heart Mastery Revolution and was a channel for the heart whisper alchemy, a five-step process that opens the doorway to the heart through meditation, and healing technics. This method brings self-confidence, joy, clarity and wisdom. During the past years, she has taught in Australia, England, Morocco, United States and France. Her leitmotiv is finding health and happiness through yoga.

Zineb Nassrou is a certified yoga teacher (YTTC 200) from the Vinyasa Yoga School in Rishikech (2017). Yoga and Reiki have changed her life and she is now teaching her students how to use their breath to touch their inner self and how to be self-aligned using the millennial practice that is Yoga. She has founded the Heart Mastery Revolution and was a channel for the heart whisper alchemy, a five-step process that opens the doorway to the heart through meditation, and healing technics. This method brings self-confidence, joy, clarity and wisdom. During the past years, she has taught in Australia, England, Morocco, United States and France. Her leitmotiv is finding health and happiness through yoga.


Important information

Registration and cancellation policy

Registration and cancellation policy

Registration is confirmed after payment of deposit. In case of cancelation by the participant, the down payment will not be reimbursed. For any cancellation by the participant, the following conditions apply:

  • Less than 30 days before the workshop: 70% of the registration fees are due
  • Less than 7 days before the workshop: 100% of the registration fees are due

In this respect, participants are strongly encouraged to contract their own travel cancellation insurance.

Important information



Bab Zouina cannot be held responsible of any damage or accident incurred by participants. Each participant will be in charge of all his insurance (travel, accident, liability, etc.) for the whole duration of the stay and for all activities.