Yogatrekking upgraded on 23 08 2016
Eric Lon ...Welcome ... Namaste
Enjoy the slide show on home page: 6 pics
This slide shows shows the Annapurnas, Nepal
Eric Lon, 66 years old, French certified physiotherapist
with a private clinic in France
and a yogi globe trekker welcomes you in France,
in Namiba, in Nepal, and in Thailand islands.
New : www.eric-lon.com
Look at the slide show " Best of Sahara " and you will
understand how Eric lon can invite you, travelling with yoga
Visit also other yoga treks ...
Yoga + Trekking = Yogatrekking
Eric Lon is the creator of the concept of yogatrekking.
Eric Lon is teaching Himalayan yoga, to get a better acclimatizing,
and foot massage adapted to trekking in the mountains.
700 Yoga photos from Eric Lon : " Yogas au pluriel "
Eric Lon is the President of an association to fight through yoga
and trekking against smoking and drinking alcohol.
His “yoga treks” are tailor made for the non smokers, but they are also
open to the trekkers who want to stop smoking during a guided trek.
The "yogatrekking"combines the benefits of yoga and trekking.
Yoga and trekking in France, Provence
Eric Lon is President of Yogatrekking, a French registered association
proposing yoga and trekking, mainly around his hometown, Toulon, and in the National
Parc des calanques, close to Marseille
Flickr set, 2600 photos: " Randonner en Provence " and many more photos albums
of Eric Lon, 27.000 photos : www.flickr.com
Eric Lon Yoga and Massage Fees
In France, the usual fees for one hour of physiotherapy by hands are: 50 Euros.
For teaching yoga during the treks Eric Lon charges :
200 Euros per day for a single trekkeur,
100 Euros per person for 2 people,
75 Euros per person for 3 people,
50 Euros per person for 4 pax.
Look at the page "Destinations "
- The trekkers’ Golden Age in Nepal 2017
Eric Lon, sixty six years old, is proposing to the trekkers above sixty years old
- to organise some treks especially for them, with daily yoga classes to trek more
- easily in the mountains, especially around the Annapurnas, Nepal, spring 2017.