Myriam Cornette

Yoga is a practice that helps to refocus and concentrate while improving overall strength. It unites body, mind and soul.

Myriam graduated with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology (1988) and a Master’s degree in Personnel Management (1994). Myriam’s first professional career was in human resources, at the same time she developed knowledge in yoga, Taoist practices and massage and since 2006 she has also been professionally active in these fields.

Passionate about a vision of holistic health as it is understood in the East, Myriam never stops training in these disciplines.

She began practicing Hatha yoga at the age of 18. She follows the teaching of the school of André van Lysebeth (Belgium), Om Karananda (India), Sunny (Thailand). She is a RYT200 yoga teacher (certification recognized by the International Yoga Alliance) from Sunny Yoga (Thailand). She teaches and practices in Belgium, Thailand and India, in her studio, in hotels, for communities, and in schools.

Since 2007, she has followed several trainings in Taoist practices (Tai chi, Qi Qong, Meditations…) in Thailand, Belgium and China and is also Instructor of a Taoist center in Northern Thailand (Healing Tao, Mantak Chia). She has been taught at the Inner Way School (Vlady Stevanovitch) in Belgium and Wudang Gong fu & Health Academy (Tang Li Long) in China.

She was initiated to different types of meditations, mindfulness, 6 healing sounds, fusion, transcendental, progressive, …

Myriam also practices several types of massages (Chi Nei Tsang, Sacred Cranio, Thailand) for which she has been trained in Europe and Asia since 2003.

She also gives workshops (Chi Nei Tsang, Meditation, Forest Tao, Women’s Tao, Qi Qong, Yoga).


Languages : FR – NL – EN – ES

Sharing what’s been passed down to me. To make the Western “translation” of the practices taught in the East while preserving their specificity. To make these practices understandable to children. To enable them to develop their attention, body awareness and self-confidence. To give them a tool to listen to their emotions and express them and to manage their stress. All this in respect of the values transmitted by yoga and specifically within the framework of this course: respect for each person’s physical capacities (Ahimsa), speaking the truth (Satya), treating everyone equally (Bramacharya), giving classes in joy (Santosha), dedicating what I know and teach with gratitude to my teachers and to God (Isvara pranidhana).”