Atelier

mountain view yoga studio

Yoga Studio Descriptionour yoga studio from above

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Welcome to L’Atelier, our underfloor-heated, mountain-view yoga studio. This is where the magic happens.

Our yoga studio comes equipped with yoga mats, blocks and straps and also has its own bathroom. It contains a Blüthner baby grand piano and has an incredible sound system.

We run yoga retreats throughout there year, and the yoga studio is available for yoga practitioners to hire.

We have a number of yoga retreats in France for you to choose from:

7-14 January 2017 ~ New Year Skiing and Yoga Retreat

4-11 February 2017 ~ Live Piano Ski Yoga Retreat

11-18 March 2017 ~ Deep House Yoga and Skiing Retreat

Join us on a yoga retreat in the French Alps
Yoga Retreats

Yoga Studio Facilities

Mountain Views

Gaze at pristine alpine forests, snow-capped peaks and the outstanding beauty of the Tarantaise valley.

Under Floor Heating

Turn up the heat and get your heart pumping by setting our underfloor heating to your perfect yoga temperature.

Yoga Mats, Blocks + Straps

Our yoga mats, blocks and straps are from Yoga Matters and are cleaned every day using a homemade naturally antibacterial solution.

Private Bathroom

The Atelier yoga studio has its own adjoining bathroom for your convenience.

Sound System

Make the most of incredible sound system and beautiful acoustics with chunky beats or ambient Chill Out tunes to flow to.

Piano

L’Atelier contains a Blüthner baby grand piano that Philip Glass once composed on. It produces beautiful sound for yogis to enjoy.

Zen

L’Atelier is a beautiful nourishing space that we smudge between used with sage. Our surroundings are silent and wild.

Fireplace

During the winter season we keep a fire roaring in L’Atelier’s log burning fireplace. You’ll enjoy flowing to its crackling glow.

Yoga, hot tub and massage were the perfect combination to relax and recover on a daily basis during my first week of skiing! It wouldn’t have been the same without the friendly thoughtful team. Team is the wrong word, they are more of a temporary mountain family.
Liz HydeRetreat Participant