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Planning your stay in Paris

Travel tips

You are planning to come and practice with the ARYM Institute in Paris.

Join the WhatsApp Group of your course

Feel free to join our WhatsApp group for course-related communication sharing among participants before, during, and after the course. If you don’t already have WhatsApp, you can install it on your mobile for easy interaction. However, if you’d rather not use WhatsApp, that’s completely okay. Your participation in the group is optional.

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Accommodation in Paris

The AEPP centre is located between Bastille and Nation, where there are many hotels, hostels and Airbnb for all budgets.

AEPP from €25 per night
Hostels starting from €25 per night.
Airbnb starting from €40 per night.
Also search on:  Trip Advisor | | Couchsurfing 

AEPP Centre Accommodation Information

If you’re searching for budget-friendly shared accommodation in Paris, then the AEPP Centre is your ideal choice. Booking a private or shared room is straightforward during the summer. However, bookings for the remaining period from October to May are subject to availability (limited space).
**Please note that ARYM participants aged over 30 can also stay at the AEPP Centre. Therefore, they need to rent a single room or a shared room with ARYM participants only.
Such accommodation needs to be organised through the ARYM WhatsApp groups. ARYM WhatsApp groups

  • Shared room: €25 per person per night (3 to 4 persons duplex room).
  • Double room*: €35 per person per night.
  • Single room*: €60 per person per night.
    *Single and double rooms are available only on summer time
    **Although breakfast is not provided, guests can use the kitchen to prepare it

To reserve a room, please contact Delphine directly at the AEPP, specifying that you are joining the ARYM training course with Ananta:

Budget accommodations around the center

  • Qing – like hostel Airbnb (3-min walk – 45 Euros)
    16 rue Paul Bert, 75011 paris
  • International Youth Hostel (5-min walk / Price oscillating around 40 Euros with Breakfast)
    10 Rue Trousseau, 75011 Paris (Bastille)
    +33 (0)
    [email protected]
  • Jo&Joe (10-min walk)
    59-61 Rue de Buzenval, 75020 Paris (Nation)
    +33 (0)
    [email protected]

Meals and tea breaks

We generally take a lunch break from 1 pm to 2 pm.
There are plenty of nice and affordable restaurants in the vicinity, but you could also consider packing your own lunch and having a picnic in the very pleasant park of Le jardin de la Folie-Titon at 100 meters.
Residents of AEPP can cook light meals, while others can only reheat food.
We take short tea breaks during the morning and afternoon sessions. We serve good coffee, tea, herbal teas, and biscuits. If you wish to enhance the snack buffet, feel free to bring something of your own creation for us to taste.

French visa

If a Tourist Visa is required for your citizenship, please ensure that you apply for this type of visa only. You can obtain a French Schengen visa by visiting: or consulting your travel agent.

Please note that we are unable to provide an invitation letter

Arriving in Paris

  • By plane

There are three main airports to choose from when arriving in Paris by plane:

  1. Charles de Gaulle Airport (code: CDG): It is the main international airport and is approximately a 1-hour trip by RER B + metro
  2. Paris-Orly airport (code: ORY): It is approximately a 1-hour trip by RER B + metro
  3. Aéroport Paris Beauvais Tillé (code: BVA): It is approximately a 2-hour trip by Bus + Metro
  • By bus
    For those arriving by bus, there are many companies that operate routes to Paris from various European countries.
  • By train
    If arriving by train, Paris is reachable by TGV from most European countries search train online
  • By car
    If you are arriving by car, please note that parking in Paris can be expensive for non-residents, up to €60 per day parking on the streets around the center. However, there is an option for free parking near the Château de Vincennes metro station. After parking your car, you can take the metro Line 1 to reach AEPP (Stop: Reuilly Diderot) in just a few minutes.

Practical information about ARYM training courses in Paris

Venue address: AEPP, 4 rue Titon, 75011 Paris, France Google Map

Timing of training classes

Usually, we start on Friday at 10:00 and finish in the evenings at 17:15, except for the last Saturday at 16:00.  Sunday is a rest day, and we begin again on Monday at 10:30.
Depending dates, some training course courses could also start on Saturday and finish on Sunday, In this case the resting day on Wednesday. Check your course page to see what your schedule is.


During the training in Paris, ARYM provides most of the necessary materials, including mattresses, bedsheets, lungis (Indian cotton sarongs), towels, blankets, booklet, oil, essential oils, face cream, and calamus powder. However, you should bring your own materials such as oils, cream, and towels if you have allergies or specific preferences.

Please bring with you:

  • Comfortable clothing for giving and receiving an oil massage, such as cotton trousers, t-shirts, shorts, and hair elastics.
  • You should wear underwear to receive the treatment, with stretchable underwear recommended for men.
  • Flip-flops are also highly recommended for accessing the tea and toilet areas. Collective sandals are available.
  • If you wear glasses, please bring a protective case for them.
  • Bring your own cup for coffee/tea if possible, otherwise no problem, we are using disposable paper cups.
  • Meals can be brought from home or purchased from a nearby supermarket or restaurant, see Breaks and lunch

Practical advice at arrival

      • Rest well after your travel. If necessary use earplugs and eye shades to adjust to the new environment.
      • Bring your usual pillow for better sleep.
      • Take care of your belonging especially in metro and public areas. Learn more
      • If you would like to make any suggestion on this advice list please contact us

Personal hygiene

Maintaining good personal hygiene and cleanliness is crucial for both the therapist and the client’s comfort and safety during massage sessions. Taking a shower before and after the working day, washing hands before entering the training room, and keeping shoes outside are all good practices. It’s also important to rewash hands and feet before and after each massage session. Use wet wipes if necessary. Short and smooth nails are essential to avoid discomfort and prevent any accidental scratches during the massage.

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