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Workshops in Sion

Stéphanie Roduit's dance school

rue de Conthey 15, 1950 Sion

Sundays :

September 10 and 24

October 8 and 22

November 19

December 3 and 17

From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Price 50.-

On registration, minimum 4 participants, the course is confirmed 48 hours in advance. Any cancellation from the confirmation of the workshop is due.

Workshop in Vevey


Spirit of Yelema, rue des Bosquets 33, 1800 Vevey​


Sunday August 20, 2023

From 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Price 100.-

On registration, minimum 4 participants, the class is confirmed 48 hours in advance. Any cancellation from the confirmation of the workshop is due.

Online classes

On Zoom


Sunday May 21, 2023

Sunday June 11, 2023

From 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Price 40.-

On registration, minimum 4 participants, the class is confirmed 48 hours in advance. Any cancellation from the confirmation of the workshop is due.

Outdoor workshop

Lake of Tseuzier


Sunday August 27, 2023


from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Price: 100.-

On registration, minimum 4 participants, the course is confirmed 48 hours in advance. Any cancellation from the confirmation of the workshop is due.

Private lessons

You want a personalized program according to your needs. I also transmit in individual session. 

Why take a personalized course?*

Price for one person:

Online or face-to-face: 100.-/hour

Price for two people:

Online or face-to-face: 180.-/hour

* Why taking a private lesson?


An individual lesson is a unique and privileged moment that you take for yourself.

This moment allows you to receive tailor-made education, personalized support that meets your needs.

It will also give you the opportunity to consolidate your understandings, to give you confidence in your practice, to give yourself a moment of surpassing yourself and to ask all the questions you wish.


Result you can expect: 

Understanding and progressing faster

Development of new neural connections

Stimulate your creativity and your freedom 

Personalized advice for your practice

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Cours particuliers


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Spiral dance is an ecstatic rotating dance that combines art, movement and spirituality. It is strongly inspired by the Sufi dance, a dance which represents, in the infinitely large, the movement of the planets revolving around the sun, and in the infinitely small, the electrons revolving around their nucleus. To this dance are added sacred movements of tribal fusion dance and symbolic gestures known as mudra. 
The continuous movement of the spin creates a meditative state, a state of danced well-being that allows one to connect to oneself, to one's center, and also to the whole, being part of something bigger than oneself. Spiral dance is a permanent search for meaning through dance, it is a creation of a series of continuous movements in order to be transported by the magic of dance. The dance becomes a call to the universe, a means of communication with the source.

In the spiral dance, the body works, expends itself and the muscles are strengthened. Emotions and the mind relax and free themselves. You get to feel the link between your body, soul, mind and emotions. Dance allows you to gain self-confidence, to develop your creativity, to express yourself differently. It allows you to break free from the look of others to turn your gaze towards your own interior. It also allows you to work on your concentration, to meditate by focusing on practice or intention, aimed at improving your concentration abilities.

Spiral dance

Danse spirale

Sufi dance

The Sufi dance, a rotating dance is considered to be the dance of the soul. This universal dance symbolizes the movement of the planets revolving around the sun. This self-expression through the repeated movement of the whirling provides access to a form of active meditation, of connecting to oneself and simply being in the moment. Sufi dance is the practice of the art of transtraining. It aims for inner freedom and the expansion of consciousness.

This ecstatic practice is represented by samâ. Samâ means spiritual listening. The Sufi dance is the dance of listening, the inner listening of one's heart and one's innermost being, and the external listening to the sounds of the earth, of the universe, in order to create harmony and balance so that everyone can walk towards their truth.

Sufi dance is said to activate the mechanism of the nervous system which allows regulation and appeasement of the body. From a psychotherapeutic and psychic point of view, this dance is defined as one of the bases of modern therapy.

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Sufi dance
Tribal fusion dance

Tribal fusion dance

Tribal fusion dance is inspired by oriental dance with multiple influences (ATS, Indian dance, gypsy flamenco etc.) It is a dance of posture and requires an important work on the body: bent knees, pelvis held thanks to the retroversion, elongated bust and open rib cage. The technical characteristics of tribal fusion dance are related to very fine undulations and overlays of different muscle groups.

This dance is sensual and fascinating. The isolations and superimpositions of movements require a technical mastery that makes you want to learn more and more. The tribal dance fuses muscle and acts on the flexibility of the body. It draws and embellishes the silhouette. It also frees the mind



Yoga is an ancestral Indian practice which aims the union of the body and the spirit. It promotes the awakening of consciousness. Awareness of body, soul and spirit, but also of our relationship to others and to our environment. Its postures, the asanas, make it possible to tone and soften our body but also to calm our mind. Over time, we can come and slip into these postures with ever less effort, and thus make room for the subtlety of the breath and the depth of the inner feeling.

The breathing techniques of Yoga are called Pranayama offering a whole range of breathing exercises, which make it possible to raise awareness of our breathing, to make our breath always deeper and more subtle. In addition to its physiologically beneficial effects, the practice of pranayama harmonizes the flow of energy in our body. It is also a very effective tool for calming our mind, strengthening our nervous system and thus reducing anxiety



Mudras are sacred hand gestures, energy keys that allow you to communicate with yourself, others and the whole universe. They are a form of non-verbal communication and expression composed with the hands. According to Vedic tradition, our five fingers represent the five elements of the universe. They are mainly used in Indian dance, yoga, rituals and art. Using mudras regularly is a natural way to improve your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being. When we practice mudras, we create special shapes with our fingers that heal body and mind. Mudras are often referred to as “finger yoga”.

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The mantra is a formula, an invocation that protects and frees the mind of whoever thinks about it or recites it. The purpose of the mantra is to channel the mind, to serve for protection or celebration. Its virtues combined with intention and concentration are beneficial to the mind. The goal of its practice can be physical, material or spiritual benefit. Mantras work on the mind, bringing inner calm and serenity. They reduce negative thoughts and develop positive feelings. They improve attention and concentration






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