Element Center classroom

Yoga, qi-gong, relaxation, pilates, lymphatic massage, meditation workshop, shamanic exploration, sound bath or even breathework to stop procrastinating... There is something for all tastes, all rhythms and all sensitivities at the Element Center, a true temple of well-being where around twenty teachers for all those who want to “raise their consciousness and reach their full potential” – to use the words of the website.

Nour Param Devi, professor at the Element Center

Created by Xavier Chabeur, a financier keen on quantum physics and meditation who trained in energy and vibrational care and dowsing, the Element Center is a holistic and multidisciplinary place where people come to consult a practitioner, practice a discipline, follow training, attend conferences and screenings. And where we “work on the physical, emotional and energetic body”.

Who could guess that by pushing a discreet door on one of the least busy streets in the Marais, a whole universe opens up to the visitor in the form of a 300 square meter loft? In this calm place, the penetrating sound of the gong reminds us what feelgood and “good vibrations” mean.

Element Center classroom

Discovery notebook 3 face-to-face classes or 6 online classes, €36
Single course 24€
Notebook 5 face-to-face classes or 10 online 105€
Notebook 49 face-to-face classes or 80 online 720€

The Element Center
7, rue des Guillemites, Paris 75004
Monday to Friday, 10 p.m. to 19:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 10 p.m. to 19 a.m.
Tel: +01 40 09 24 57

Text: Katia Barillot

12.12.22

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