SOUTH ASIA - India & Sri Lanka
Mika teaches regular group and private classes in Paris and holds retreats around the world. His wise and playful retreats in Ulpotha since 2007 are extremely popular, so be sure to book early. Mika started yoga at aged 21 with Baptiste Marceau, one of France's foremost Astanga teachers, who was later to become a good friend and mentor. Mika was a musician at that time, though yoga had such a pull for him that he left Paris a year and a half later to concentrate on teaching. In 2002 he met a swami in India who offered to teach him tantric yoga. For the next 3 years he traveled between Paris and Rishikesh in India. Many people were asking for private classes, so he started to travel the world, from New York to Morocco to Mongolia to give classes and retreats! In 2010, he created YOGALAB with Marco Prince, creating sound-immersed yoga for events around the world and in 2012 became part of TOUT ÇA POUR ÇA, promoting Yoga, Musisc, Vegan Food & Sustainable Experiences.
PARISIEN WITH SOUL OF WORLD INHABITANT
His teaching style has been inspired by all his teachers, experiences and love for music. It’s for some parts indescribable, the same way Mika’s special spirit. As for the parts that can be technically described, it is based on Vinyasa Krama, the inclusion of music with his hang drum healing sounds.
Photo: Mika de Brito archive
Join our beloved and most popular yoga teachers in Paris Mika de Brito for a 3trip or workshop to infuse your yoga practice with valuable information, tips, years of experience and advices. Mika’s experience can foster any yoga practice, he always delivers in his teachings something that can set a new fertile territory in your yoga imaginary. During sessions, Mika will first make a decomposition of the vinyasa krama (yoga poses+breath+intelligent sequencing) working with the wall as a yoga prop – our best yoga teacher at home, as Mika says – to later apply it on a flow Vinyasa Krama practice accompanied with a wonderful music playlist specially selected by Mika, his many years of experience as a musician and his love for music. Mika’s workshops finish with a deep savasana and the healing sounds of his hang drum played live.