Workshops avec Matthew Sweeney

 8 au 14 septembre 2023

Osmose Yoga Paris

Je suis très heureux de recevoir pour la deuxième fois Matthew Sweeney.

Le stage est complet. Vous pouvez vous inscrire sur liste d’attente.
Je vous informerai si une place se libère.

Je me forme auprès de Matthew depuis quasiment 15 ans. J’enseigne notamment la Série de la Lune et la Série du Lion. C’est une chance de pouvoir assister aux workshops que Matthew donnera à Paris :
–  5 workshops thématiques
–  4  sessions de self-practice

* Weekend Workshop – Vendredi 8, samedi 9 et dimanche 10 septembre 2023

> 5 sessions
– Vendredi 18:00 – 21:00 : Moon Sequence
– Samedi 09:00 – 12:00 :  Sunshine Sequence
– Samedi 14:00 – 16:00 : Back-bendings and drop back
– Dimanche 09:00 – 12:00 : Lion Sequence
– Dimanche 14:00 – 17:00 : Vinyasa Krama Pranayama

Lieu : Théâtre de la Danse / 77, rue de Charonne  / 75 011 Paris
Tarif : 350 euros le workshop entier (pas de session à l’unité, sauf s’il reste de la place au dernier moment)
Workshop + Self Practice (100 euros) = 450 euros

Early Birds : Workshop 300 euros / Workshop + SP 400 euros /  jusqu’à la fin mars 2023.

Inscription par mail :

* Self Practice, du 11 au 14 septembre 2023
> 4 sessions de 2 heures
> 14 places par session
> Lundi, mardi, mercredi et jeudi de 7:30 à 9:30
> Les participants aux Self-Pratices doivent assister au stage entier
> Chacun doit envoyer un mail à Matthew pour échanger sur sa pratique et sur la série ou les points à travailler durant le stage (Par exemple : jumps, back-bending, Moon sequence et ouverture des hanches, Moon sequence et ouverture des épaules, Lion Sequence, etc.).
Lieu : Osmose Yoga Paris / 91, rue de la Roquette / 75011 Paris
Pas de Self-Practice à l’unité. Matthew souhaite que les participants fassent tout le stage (Workshop et Self-Pratice) ou le Workshop du weekend.


Cancellation within 2 months: 50% refund.
Cancellation within 1 month: no refund.
Cancellation with more than 3 months: full refund.


FRIDAY NIGHT 18:00 – 21:00

The Moon Sequence is a gentle flowing form that combines yin yoga with vinyasa. Chandra Krama was originally designed as a counterbalance to dynamic practices such as the Primary Series. Although it is intended as a support practice versus your main sequence, it also helps practitioners to balance all aspects of Yoga by applying some key universal principles: here and now awareness, letting go, balancing Rajas and Tamas to become Sattva, meditation, and a therapeutic and individual approach. Chandra Krama is intended to be gentle, flowing, light, and graceful. Come along to experience it for yourself!



 Although originally modelled off the Primary Series, Atapa Krama has a few significant differences: a scaled and individual approach so students of almost any ability can apply what is appropriate for themselves. Secondly, there are a number of variations in standing postures (versus the same set sequence every time), a more balanced approach to forward bends, balanced hip opening, and scaled back bends, gradually increased over time. Atapa Krama is balanced, dynamic, strengthening, and accessible.



Taught in a step-by-step manner, these techniques have been developed over many years. Students who have fear of back-bending, or pain of various levels can find ease and structure to help support their way into back-bending harmony. Includes Uddiyana Bandha, and final discussion of Mula Bandha at the end of the class. Use of props, blocks, and wall space is recommended, plus plenty of time for Q and A and troubleshooting.


SUNDAY MORNING 9:00 – 12:00

Simha Krama is also one of the four foundation sequences that Matthew teaches. It includes a whole range of standing postures designed to improve alignment and proprioception – a lot of work on the side body. The sequence incudes leg strengthening postures, shoulder opening postures, and a range of back bends designed to improve your overall practice. Simha Krama has great variety; it is challenging, opening, and fun. Come prepared to roar like a Lion, don’t be shy!


SUNDAY AFTERNOON 14:00 – 17:00

Beginning with a general discussion on Pranayama, some of the pros and cons of modern traditions, and where VK Pranayama is generally superior. Then the group will be taken through a set of four Pranayama in sequence, and then from memory practice all four via a 30 min self-practice routine. Great for students needing to start – or re-start and reinvigorate their Pranayama practice.

About the teacher

Matthew Sweeney has been practicing Yoga for more than 30 years, and teaching for 25 years. He has developed a number of Vinyasa Sequences – called Vinyasa Krama – to suit people of any age and ability. Although this method is movement based, it is easily applied for students as Yoga-therapy – individual application without losing your adventurous spirit. VK will enhance your well-being with the prospect of continuing to practice decades into the future with real harmony and joy.

Matthew has also spent the last 30 years practicing different forms of self-inquiry; including Meditation, Tantra, Gestalt Therapy, Transforming Cellular Memory, Buddhism, and Advaita Vedanta. All of these have contributed greatly to his understanding of Yoga and the connection between the body, mind, and Indivisible Self.

Matthew is the author of Vinyasa Krama Mandiram, Ashtanga Yoga As It Is, various Yoga DVDs, and many articles on Yoga and consciousness.