Yoga crossed Jean’s path in England where he lived and worked for several years. He had injured his hip while practising Capoeira and was looking for a way to treat it. On the road to recovery, he discovered the therapeutic aspect of Yoga and eventually managed to heal his long standing injury. When he realised that there was more to Yoga than just a physical practice, he decided to study the philosophical aspect of the practice and as a result, questioned his life. His curious nature and his desire to understand the world around him, led him to quit his job and to go traveling. His first destination was, of course, India where he travelled for several months and eventually trained as a Yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance (500h). After a short trip to Nepal, he continued on his path and trained in Traditional Thai Massage at the International Massage School in Chiang Mai: ITM. On his return to France, he decided to teach Yoga full time in order to share the many benefits of the practice. He teaches a style of Yoga which considers each student as a whole (body, mind and emotions) and which places emphasis on the therapeutic aspect of the practice to allow each student to acquire practical tools in order to help them to manage stress, anxiety or physical problems.