Let's get to know…
Sharing, teaching and spreading peace with a pinch of humor is what I try to bring to this world.
My first encounter with mindfulness took place during a trip to Nepal in 2001. I had a real revelation in contact
with the inhabitants and their culture. This Nepalese adventure will remain etched forever in my mind.
I realized that I was not happy and that I had to change my lifestyle.
Back in France, I made radical changes in my daily life. Now in search of spirituality, I learned to get rid of the material.
This naturally led me to abandon the corporate world, leaving behind a comfortable salary, but also responsibilities,
stress and fatigue.Nepal was the click that allowed me to change my life.
I remember a second key date: June 2011. I was in Montreal and I was taking a Moksha yoga class – which today
we call Modo Yoga – and I knew, that day, that I wanted to teach yoga.
My research and my fulfillment for this discipline have taken me all over the world. I traveled to Australia, Indonesia, Quebec,
the United States… And I attended many yoga classes with very different styles: Hatha, Vinyasa, Dharma, Yin, Bikram, Jivamukti.
My Yoga classes today?
I focus my teaching on Hatha, Vinyasa, with a special affection for Yin yoga. My classes are aimed at a very wide audience,
from beginners to advanced. I want to make this discipline accessible to as many people as possible, and in particular
to men who do not always dare to walk through the doors of a studio that is often very feminine.
In addition, I give classes dedicated to the LGBTQIA2+ community, for the associations FrontRunners Marseille and
Le Refuge, for example. I like to mix challenges and humor, always in a practice of mindfulness. It's my signature touch.
My favorite proverb is “Nana korobi, ya oki”. It is a Japanese saying that sums up my philosophy of life
and my approach to yoga. It means: "Fall down seven times, get up eight".
PS : If you wonder why “Serge Yoga Club”, I invite you to watch one of my favorite movie, Fight Club, and find out his yogic side.
“Words cannot convey the value of yoga.
It has to be experienced." B.K.S Iyengar
Teaching and practicing yoga is a life learning process.
See below some of my certifications.
• Yin & Miofascial release 200 hours - January 2020 in Agonda Beach India www.trimurtiyoga.com
• Moksha/Modo Flow Training 100 hours - May 2017 in New York www.modoyoga.com
• Hot Hatha & Vinyasa - Kristin Campbell 60 hours - October 2016 in Utrecht www.kristincampbellyoga.com
• Moksha/Modo 500 hours - March 2014 to March 2015 in Los Angeles www.modoyoga.com