Laetita Traore

The massage brings peace, love and joy.

I was born in Ghent, and much of my childhood was spent in Egypt and China. At 13 years old, enriched by different philosophies of life and cultures, I returned to Belgium infused with flavors and colors of other worlds. Travelling broadens the mind… At 19, with a couple of guidebooks in my pocket, I set out to discover China and Thailand with my backpack. From my experiences in Asia I returned with the art of massage. After receiving my first traditional Thai yoga massage from the hands of a monk in a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, I had a revelation. It felt like in levitation, my feet no longer touched the ground! At that moment I thought, “I have to learn how to do THIS!” That was how I started. Now my job is to look after the wellbeing of people who are in a good physical condition and wish to remain in this state, taking care the best I can of their valuable health capital.

Through a long process of training with different teachers, as well as years of practice, years of experience and massages, I was offered the opportunity to acquire skills that I like to share.

I want to thank all my clients who have given me the opportunity to increasingly improve my touch and my knowledge.


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What is AeroYoga?

AeroYoga is a form of massage. It is a practice of yoga with aerial postures through inversion. It is based on the force of gravity to create a sense of weightlessness. This technique causes muscular and mental relaxation. It allows letting go.

This Yoga discipline is open to anyone in good health. It helps to relieve musculoskeletal toubles, related to occupational or sport activity. It relaxes muscle spasms.

AeroYoga helps maintaining good health, reduces stress and anxiety. Improves concentration and mental state. Promotes emotional stability, patience and trust.

AeroYoga opens the perception of life from a different angle. It is a moment of weightlessness, allowing to explore the present moment, disconnected from all the old patterns in which one feels trapped.

The origins of AeroYoga

The extract of this film from 1938 shows that aerial yoga has its origins in India. Rediscovered and exported to the West, it has no spiritual dimension, as the yoga as practiced in the West, and is practiced as a sport under the trade labels, among others, of Acroyoga, Acrosage or inversion therapy.

AeroYoga benefits

AeroYoga is an experience that leads to undergo a mental and physical calm.

AeroYoga helps to achieve serenity and immerses you in the present moment. It brings vitality to the body and calms the mind.

AeroYoga stimulates and influences all 4 systems: cardiovascular, lymphatic, nervous and endocrine systems.

AeroYoga stretches muscles, spine, pelvis, legs, abdomen, neck and trapezius. It reduces muscle stress, improves mobility.

AeroYoga helps to have a correct posture and encourages deep breathing.

AeroYoga leads to the release of corsets, armours, shields and other barriers, and we can finally go to meet our being.

AeroYoga technics

AeroYoga is a moving meditation that is practiced in duo.

No need to be a yogi. Just be present, breathe. The feeling of antigravity allows letting go.

Gravity does its job in the body effortless, depending on body weight. Experience the feeling of your column expanding naturally.

Each aerial posture is inspired by a yoga posture and has a specific action on the body. Deep breathing, massaging the intestines, stretching the spine, muscles, back, lumbar vertebras, trapezius muscles, and encourage a better body posture.

The session lasts an hour; it begins with a relaxing massage on the floor for 25 minutes and continues in the air. Elevated and cradled, as floating, eyes closed, disconnected from all the usual references, just think about being there. This is letting go. You experience a loss of senses of time and space, and explore your inner world in weightlessness.

Receive, Breathe, Inspire, Blow, Listen, Relax, Enjoy.

AeroYoga for who?

  • You are tired, stressed, anxious?
  • You suffer from tendonitis?
  • You have muscle contractions?
  • Musculoskeletal pain due to sport or professional intense activity?
  • You need a massage that helps you to letting go?

Here you are in good hands.

AeroYoga is accessible to anyone who is in good health.

People with cardiovascular disease, retinal detachment, glaucoma, hernia, should not practice AeroYoga.

Thaï yoga Shiatsu 


Shiatsu is a massage from Japan that releases stress points by acupressure. These pressures are made essentially with thumbs along meridians that run through the whole body.

Effective in removing tensions related to:

Sporting activity

Professional activity: heavy use of computer ( trapezius, shoulder blades, neck)

Emotional trauma: Moving, wedding, divorce, mourning, birth, …Holistic massage technique which frees the body and mind.

Thaï Yoga

Holistic massage technique which frees the body and mind.

It draws on various traditional yoga postures. I adapt to the body of each. This massage is designed to release blocked energy lines considered as the source of disease.

We proceed in full mobilization of the body (muscles and joints)

Thai yoga massage helps to reactivate blood circulation, giving more flexibility to the entire body, a deep sense of relaxation.

Recommended for psycho-physical unit. It restores tone and energy.



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Still any questions about AeroYoga. Answers probably here !

AeroYoga - What are the benefits?

It allows you to “drop the ropes” and let go by the action of weightlessness (antigravity) on the body that leads to the release of muscle and mental tension.

It improves posture.

It helps stretching of the spine, psoas muscles and abdomen.

It improves overall mobility, eases the tension of the trapezius and neck.

It allows reaching relaxation of the diaphragm and to breathe more deeply.

Action positive sur les systèmes digestif, circulatoire, lymphatique, nerveux, endocrinien.

How is AeroYoga practiced?

In an individual session; it is a duet between you breathing, allowing to be manipulated, listening to your body, following the instructions, and me lifting you.

AeroYoga is practiced through “letting go”, self-confidence and deep breathing. It teaches us to relax more.

It is a meditative exploration of oneself. Just let go and follow the instructions to move from one position to another.

You can feel your body insights. Time is limited to the present time. Space becomes infinite.

Duration of the massage?

AeroYoga in 60 minutes or 90 minutes?

60 minutes for less stressed people and those who are used to it. The time is divided into a 30 minutes massage on the ground to prepare the body and 25 minutes AeroYoga, plus 5 minutes or more to recover, on the ground.

90 minutes if your tiredness and stress are more acute. 60 minutes of massage and 25 minutes AeroYoga, plus 5 minutes or more to recover, on the ground.

Ideal age, weight, flexibility?

For younger children and youth, AeroYoga becomes an acrobat’s game to mimic safely Spiderman or a sleeping bat. It is the child who decides the positions he wants to explore.

From 13/14 years to 99 years if you are in a good health condition, you can meditate by movement in weightlessness.

I can lift up to 80 kilos, depending on your ability to relax.

More than flexibility, it is the ability to “let go” and deep relaxation that allow performing all the positions of AeroYoga.

AeroYoga, Uncomfortable?

The body enjoys so much the benefits of anti-gravity through inversion therapy that it quickly adapts to the slight increase in blood pressure in the head.

Massage, how often?

Listen to your body; it is smarter than you are. It knows what you need. If you feel tired, suffer from muscle tension that will not go away, do not wait for extreme fatigue or burnout to settle in before you book your massage.


Hypertension; circulatory problems; retinal detachment; glaucoma; hernia.


Belgium : +32 478 821 318

France :    +33 7 89 74 70 44