Invitation to a Spiritual Path

… every 2d Saturdays of the month from 9:00 to 13:00

followed by a shared lunch

* Asana with Louise Chardon *

* Praṇayam with Yossi Dayan *

* Mantra with Avadhootika Vistar *

* Meditation with Indra *

During this time together we wish to open a space to receive

the essential recognition of oneself,

where deeper consciousness resides,

where one meets their inner purity, their true nature,

where there is no more attachment, Where I is space.

We’ll journey through a progressive path taking us

deeper into our subtle existence.

First relating knowingly to our embodied consciousness,

we will unfold towards our communion with Prāṇa through breath

and ultimately expand to Samādhi,

the ultimate state of meditative consciousness

through Mantra singing and Meditation.

To conclude, we’ll celebrate around a pranic meal

composed of all the delicacies each of us will have brought

and wish to share.

In detail:

  • 9:00 to 9:45 Asanas with Louise
  • 10:00 to 10:45 Pranayama with Yossi
  • 11:00 to 11:45 Mantra chanting with Vistar
  • 12:00 to 12:45 Meditation with Indra
  • 13:00 lunch composed of what we wish to share with the group.

The 15 minutes between each session are given as a space

for you to serve your very personal needs.

You can receive them as a break, social interactions,

or moments of integration, transition, silent pause, further processing…

as it serves you the best.


for the 3 encounters of autumn (October 9, November 13 and December 11)

180€/150€ (early birds payed before Sept 25)/120€ if you bring a friend 🙂

We ask you to commit to the 3 encounters.

It is absolutely a minimum to weave a thread of practice (Sādhanā),

for your self and the group.


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Infos & registration:

chardon.lou@gmail.com / +351910518101 (whatsapp & telegram)

More about us:

Louise Chardon

After a long and intense professional career as a dancer and performer, Louise Chardon develops further herself into the field of somatic practices, based on spiritual growth and self-inquiry. For more than 30 years she dedicates her life to the study of the self in motion. Specialized in listening the profound sensitive manifestations of the being and how its subconscious unfolds through embodied patterns. She mainly applies her researches to her visual and performative art and shares it through her pedagogic and therapeutic approaches which she defines as Embodied Philosophy and Energetic Physiology. Louise is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Practitioner. She embodies Chi Kung, Tuina, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique, Authentic Movement and Yoga for more than 20 years.

Yossi Dayan

The quality of your breath will determine the quality of your life. The end result is realizing your own true nature as immortal and blissful. That is why I practice.” Yossi Dayan
From the moment we wake up, we are beset by the entire emotional and mental spectrum. The mind and body are agitated and peaceless—rarely still. As our mind and breath are intimately intertwined, if we can still the breath, we can still the mind. With a still mind we can live in peace and freedom. With a profound and light approach Yossi encourages each student to directly experience and explore the subtleties of the ancient and enduring science of breath. He wishes to present a in-depth study of the fundamentals of Yogic breath and introduces the basic techniques of Pranayam to offer an authentic and meaningful first step to experience the invaluable understanding and mastery of breath.

Yossi Dayan, Pranayam master from the Himalayas in India.

Yossi has been teaching Pranayam, the Yogic science of breath, around the world for over twenty-five years.

Certified by the International Meditation Institute in Kullu, Valley of the Gods, India,

he guides and inspires students from all cultures and walks of life.

No prior experience is necessary. www.Breathingfully.com

Avadhootika Vistar

Chanting and meditation are powerful tools that unfold a continuous source of inspiration and awareness. The state of reflection and peace that evolves in meditation, the concentrated absorption in sound and Mantra are a profound reminder of our indestructible reality and joy Mediation
and chanting allows one a continual revisiting of that unique, transcendent experience. A path of self-reflection of our true nature, the nature of freedom itself sound.
Vistar has lived in the Indian Himalayas for thirty-five years as a teacher, meditator and practitioner of Advaita-Vedanta, the philosophy of non-dualism. She has studied Indian classical music for over twenty years and she earned an MA in Indian classical voice. Vistar is the recipient of the Shastri Publication Grant 2018 from the Indo-Canadian Shastri institute for her text: The Avadhoot Gita of Dattatraya: Song of the Unborn
Vistar teaches Advaita Vedanta, meditation, chanting and Indian classical music in many parts of the world.

www.rahasyageet.com www.SongofUnborn.com – https://soundcloud.com/user-744554637


Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years as direct way to connect with the Divine Self.
The world we experience through our senses is merely an illusion and at a deeper level, all is One. In fact, there is only the one infinite, eternal, complete, creative, intelligent, and sovereign Consciousness that is experiencing itself through a myriad of projections. He or she who finds a way to merge with the true Self, also connects to the Absolute itself and therefore to pure Bliss.

In general, the meditations with Indra are partly guided, and point in different ways directly to the One Devine Self. They are a letting go of attachments and of identification with the illusionary separate identity, and a communion with the Absolute Field of Silence and Emptiness.