About MaïtéMaïté is the Founder of The Institute for Integrative Mindfulness and Movement. She is a certified teacher in mindfulness and movement, and a writer. She holds the highest level of internationally accredited certifications in the fields of both Mindfulness and Pilates: she is an Internationally Certified Meditation Teacher - Professional Level through IMTA, International Mindfulness Teachers Association as well as a Comprehensively Certified Pilates Master Teacher through NPCP, National Pilates Certification Program, previously known as PMA, Pilates Method Alliance.
Maïté created the Institute to provide resources to sustain well-being and to raise awareness on mindfulness and movement approaches with a threefold focus on: education, experiential learning, and self-development. Maïté travels internationally and works extensively with people from all walks of life. She meets in private and group settings. She presents at conferences, leads seminars, offers trainings, and guides retreats from time to time. Maïté is always thrilled to promote health for a good cause and is looking forward to meeting you!
To learn more about Maïté visit:https://integrativemindfulnessmovement.com/
Join us for an hour-long online conversation with francophone artists. Our second guest is Sophie Divry, winner of the Prix Wepler for La condition pavillonnaire and the Prix de la page 111 for Trois fois la fin du monde. She has just published her 7th novel, Fantastique histoire d'amour.Read More
Explore the systemic gender inequality in capitalism with sociologists Céline Bessière, Sibylle Gollac and Michèle Lamont
In partnership with Villa Albertine
The French Library is pleased to welcome Céline Bessière and Sibylle Gollac, on tour in the United States with Villa Albertine, to promote the US release of their book The Gender of Capital - How Families Perpetuate Wealth Inequality. They will be in discussion with Michèle Lamont, professor at Harvard University.Read More