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From Bikram to Vinyasa Flow: Paris’ Best Yoga Studios

by Kristen Beddard
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Kristen Beddard

Kristen Beddard founded The Kale Project in 2012 to re-introduce the légume oublié, kale to France. When she's not talking, writing, cooking with or thinking about kale, you can find her running in Parc Monceau or marketing on Saturdays at the Marché Batignolles. She is the author of Bonjour Kale: A memoir of Paris, love and recipes and you can follow her leafy-green stories at TheKaleProject.com. View Kristen Beddard's Website

2 comments on “From Bikram to Vinyasa Flow: Paris’ Best Yoga Studios

Great article! As a yogi in Paris, I love many of these studios.

Here’s another comprehensive directory I wrote with a few more: https://bonjourparis.com/lifestyle/yoga-in-paris-a-comprehensive-directory-of-studios/

The same is true for other activities besides yoga. I used to be into ballroom dancing and ended up in some off-the-beaten-track venues in all arrondissements. It was also a great way to meet people.
I had a friend who collected unusual knives, and I ended up again in unusual locations in search of specialty knife shops, and my very presence led to long, interesting discussions. Who knew?
Any passion can open doors.

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