Nature and the environment - Dates and program to be confirmed
Dans une nature accueillante et sereine, le long des berges de la rivière, sous les chênes, osez une rupture, ressourcez-vous grâce à cette gymnastique traditionnelle, apprenez à maîtriser votre souffle, à travailler vos postures pour renforcer votre énergie.
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