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1-6 March 2025 YOGA with Daniel Rougier in Brussels.

Trained as a scientist, Daniel Rougier is a senior yoga teacher [Ecole Nationale de Yoga of Paris] and masters various physiotherapy techniques.
He practiced yoga with Sri BKS Iyengar, Victor Van Kooten and TKV Desikachar.

In 1986, he met his Master Mastaram Baba and decided to train in psychotherapy. Several seminars will follow in psychoanalysis, Ericksonian hypnosis, neuro-vegetotherapy, and more recently: the Conscious Relationship and the Presence at the Sacred with Richard Moss,... Daniel's teaching is also supported by the global vision of Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.
More info on Daniel’s journey: 
daniel rougier (

THEME OF 2025: to be confirmed....

The participants may ask written questions to Daniel. They will then receive personalized answers during the afternoons of the workshop.

The Program can be adapted and tailored to your needs. Various approaches depending of your level.





* Weekend for ALL: 1-2 March 2025.
* Week for TEACHERS & ADVANCED: Mon 3 - Thu 6 March 2025.

Schedule: 9.30-17.00
Weekend:1 day 110€. Weekend 200€.
Week: 110€ 1st day, 200€ for 2 days, 285€ for 3 days (i.e. 95/day) , 360€ for 4 days (i.e. 90/day)
Location: Studio So'ham. 87 rue du Trône, 1050 Brussels. (gear on the spot)
Amplifcation available.

* Written questions to Daniel UNTIL 19 March 2025.
* If you wish an individual session with Daniel, contact
For all info, Viviane 02-512 23 74

Registration confirmed by your payment – directly on Daniel’s bank account:
IBAN: FR76 1780 7000 3795 3217 8880 492
Clé RIB: 92 et Code banque : 17807

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THEME of 2024: The little NOTHINGS that - in practice - do EVERYTHING.
Example: Once the posture is placed with its cohort of details, followed by the breath, by the concentration.... at a certain point, just say YES totally....and...



  • Doing... creates a tension...
  • Addiction to postures... (correct?)
  • Everything is always new... nothing is ever acquired
  • If winning is present, so is it for loosing..