Elise Le Goff

Elise has been teaching yoga for 13 years in a variety of settings, ranging from yoga studios to detention centers. Elise enjoys a very concrete and contemporary approach to yoga where the teachings are experienced on and off the mat. Elise mostly teaches Vinyasa Yoga, with a fluid yet precise approach to the practice.
Elise also coordinates the Aix en Provence Shambhala Meditation Group. She lives the South of France, in Provence, with her husband, musician Yan Yalego and their son Noah.

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7 June 2016

Would you like to experiment with community life this Summer at our international meditation center? If yes, then our immersion program Meditation in action is for you! You're welcome to visit, help, share, meditate.
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29 April 2016

By yourself or with your family and friends, join us for the 2016 Shambhala Festival - Celebrate Life. Meditation, teachings, discoveries, celebration - a festive summer! The Summer Shambhala Festival is an opportunity to express our culture of benevolence and celebration based on meditation practice, appreciation and kindness...

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18 April 2016

Nyinthün or "days of practice" were created by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and continue with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche as a way for people living in the world with families and jobs to have an ongoing spiritual path that deepens over time.
 

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25 February 2016

The Way of Shambhala is a complete introduction to the foundations of Shambhala Buddhism. This series of weekend contemplative workshops and weeknight classes provides an experiential overview of meditation practice, wisdom teachings, contemplative arts, and physical disciplines rooted in the ancient traditions of Shambhala and...

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20 January 2016

Although we are in the middle of a unusually warm winter, these are still the shortest days of the year, and we are craving for any rays of sunshine that comes along. The earth is resting. In many cultures this would also be the time to rest, but technology enables us to ignore the natural rhythm of the earth. For the modern world, this is just...

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