Intensive courseS

Yoga and Sculpture

23 – 27 October 2023
Teacher: Annabelle Hyvrier
Reservation required

At Indrani Lodge for 5 days (arrival on Sunday evening). Total immersion course in Walloon Brabant, 35 km from Brussels
The yoga classes will focus on visualisation and touch in relation to sculpture.
Each day, students will take a one-hour yoga class, 6 hours of sculpture and half an hour of meditation.
A more detailed description of the course, including prices and organisation, can be found on the Indrani Lodge website.
The course takes place at Indrani Lodge (Genappe – Belgium), which is a completely renovated 15th-century farmhouse. Indrani Lodge is a restaurant, a small hotel and a yoga studio. The venue, which can accommodate around fifteen people, is made private for the course. On site, you have 12 magnificent rooms, a heated indoor swimming pool, various lounges for relaxing and reading, a yoga studio, two massage rooms, a dining area and a 4-hectare garden.
To book this course please visit the website of l’Indrani Lodge.

Classical sculpture

Classical sculpture, modeling: study of models or portrait. All will be studied on pictures or based on sculptures made out of plaster.

Casting stage

Casting stage: study and implementation of a silicone mould (a sock mould) with a view to having your own work cast at a bronze foundry (this stage does not take place at the school) or with the aim of obtaining multiple copies of an original made of a replacement material, such as artificial stone, plaster, wax, etc…
The silicone mould is a mould that can be reused.


Patina: The course focuses on the application of coloured patina on the terracotta sculptures made by the pupils during the course of the year. This subtle sleight of hand makes the sculptures look even more beautiful.
Among others, we imitate the fake bronze ‘verdigris’, red bronze or brown bronze, the ceruse style, the aged style and many, many more…

“Art is the presentiment of truth.”

Alexandre Blok