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Study Chinese medicine in Grenoble

L’école de Médecine Chinoise & Qi Gong

Anna Cartalade shares her experiences on a Chinese medicine training programme now offering courses in Grenoble city centre.

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Experience Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in Grenoble

photo by milopeng

Year abroad student and yoga teacher Liam Lewis shares his views on Grenoble’s sporting culture and invites you to join him for a session of Ashtanga Vinyasa. Read on to find out more!

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Finding chiropractic care in Grenoble

Dr. Bazot during his non-profit work in Tunisia

New resident Elise Hahn talks about how she found chiropractic care in Grenoble in the form of Dr. Fabrice Bazot, whom she interviews here. Continue reading Finding chiropractic care in Grenoble

The Open House Grenoble “welcome mat”

The many flags of the Open House logo

English-speaking voyager Maureen Walsh describes the soft landing in Grenoble provided by the local expat association Open House. Continue reading The Open House Grenoble “welcome mat”

‘La grossesse’ in Grenoble – part 2, “in full training”

An ultrasound scan. Photo: j.dopf

In the second part of a blog about her experience as an expecting mother in France, Grenoble Life’s Shonah Wraith describes her second trimester. Continue reading ‘La grossesse’ in Grenoble – part 2, “in full training”

Karl Di Foggia – traditional Indian healing in Grenoble

Ayurveda massage

Grenoble Life talks to Karl Di Foggia about Ayurveda massage, his international background and getting started as a small business owner in Grenoble. Continue reading Karl Di Foggia – traditional Indian healing in Grenoble

Les Sources – sharing a passion for alternative therapies

Sarah Setton

Grenoble Life talks to Sarah Setton about Feng Shui and Traditional Chinese Medicine ahead of an open evening at Les Sources wellness center in Meylan on Friday November 26. Continue reading Les Sources — sharing a passion for alternative therapies

From Admission to Graduation: study and slacklining

Slack lining in Parc Paul Mistral

In the second post of his blog ‘From Admission to Graduation’ MBA student Joseph Schott shares his experiences studying in Grenoble and tells us about slacklining. Continue reading From Admission to Graduation: study and slacklining

Gym’ll fix it

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Fitness centre, probably the ‘Somebody’s Converted Garage’ kind. Photo: nicolasnova

Arriving in Grenoble, the city of sport, the athlete is in his element. The great outdoors, the mountains, the forests – the city seems to almost breathe healthy sporting activity. Indeed, it is not unheard of for some employees to finish at 4pm, rucksack in hand and head off for a three-hour mountain trek. Sources remain anonymous. Even the slightly sofa-attached of us, when confronted daily by rakish cyclists in skin-tight neon or the love affair that is a Grenoblois and his Quechua, may sometimes dream of sunny hikes and lazy bike rides. And as summer approaches, the thought of baring a British body next to all those sculpted French sportifs can indeed get one thinking about taking up some kind of sporting activity. Continue reading Gym’ll fix it