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Yoga Class

Yoga is a centuries-old discipline that combines physical postures, breath control, and meditation to enhance flexibility, strength, and inner peace

Yoga Group Classes
(Hatha + Yin Yoga)
 

flexibility, strength + peace

Discover the Path to Serenity
Join Our Hatha Yoga Class!

 

Are you ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery and physical well-being? Look no further than our Hatha Yoga class! Designed to harmonize your mind, body, and spirit, this transformative practice offers a myriad of benefits for practitioners of all levels.

 

In our Hatha Yoga class, you'll be guided by our experienced and compassionate instructors, who will help you cultivate strength, flexibility, and inner peace. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced yogi, our inclusive and supportive environment ensures that everyone feels comfortable and empowered throughout the class.

 

During each session, you'll delve into a series of asanas (physical postures) that focus on aligning and balancing the body. Through mindful breathing techniques and gentle movements, you'll experience a heightened sense of awareness, promoting deep relaxation and stress reduction. Hatha Yoga also nurtures mindfulness, enabling you to develop a greater connection between your body and mind.

Yoga Class

Book your

Hatha Yoga Class 

with Liama

Term 1 2024, Starts 9th Feb

Every Friday at 6 am 

 

$20 ~ per class or

$80 ~ 5 class pass

$150 ~ 10 class pass

Here are some key highlights of our Hatha Yoga class:

 

1. Mindful Movement: Explore a variety of asanas, including standing, seated, and reclining poses, allowing you to cultivate strength, flexibility, and balance.

 

2. Breath Awareness: Learn to synchronize your breath with your movements, fostering a sense of tranquillity, and grounding. Our instructors will guide you in harnessing the power of pranayama (breathing exercises) to promote mental clarity and vitality.

 

3. Relaxation and Meditation: Experience profound relaxation through guided relaxation techniques and guided meditations. Discover the art of letting go and finding inner peace amidst the demands of everyday life.

 

4. Personalized Guidance: Our instructors are dedicated to providing individual attention, ensuring proper alignment and posture, while respecting your unique needs and abilities.

 

5. Stress Relief: Hatha Yoga's soothing and gentle nature helps reduce stress, anxiety, and tension, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and centred.

 

6. Holistic Well-being: Embrace the holistic approach of Hatha Yoga, which integrates physical, mental, and emotional well-being. You'll cultivate a deeper connection to yourself, enhancing your overall quality of life.

 

Join us today and embark on a transformative journey through the ancient practice of Hatha Yoga. Whether you seek physical vitality, mental clarity, or a deeper connection to your inner self, our Hatha Yoga class is your gateway to tranquillity and self-discovery. Take the first step toward a more balanced and harmonious life. Namaste!

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Book your

Yin Yoga  Class

with Liama

Term 1 2024 starts 6th February

every Tuesday at 5.45 pm

 

$20 - per class or

$80 ~ 5 class pass

$150 ~ 10 class pass

Yin Yoga 

In Yin yoga we learn to relax, be patient, be quiet and focus on the skeleton and its joints, compressing the bones and pulling on the skin tissue to stimulate the meridian lines that lay beneath the surface. In doing so our main organs are revitalised by removing stagnant energy/blockages, particularly within and around the joints by the chi/prana that we pool in the stillness to release and move freely within the body. Yin is about yielding stillness, holding poses for 2-5mins.  Poses are mainly on the floor and taken to an appropriate depth (70-80%) using props to support you when required to not build tension in the body. It's different to restorative yoga; we're moving the body to different poses and feeling the pulling of the tissue or compression of the bones in different shapes.  

 

Some of the benefits of Yin Yoga include:

Calming and balancing the mind and body ~ Coming back from injuries (gentle yielding practice)
~ Regulates energy in the body ~ Increases mobility in the body, especially the joints and hips
~ Lowering of stress levels ~ 
Greater stamina (auto-immune diseases)

~ Better lubrication and protection of joints ~ More flexibility in joints & connective tissue
~ Release of fascia throughout the body ~ Help with migraines
~ Deeper Relaxation ~ Help coping with anxiety and stress (depression)
~ Better ability to sit for meditation ~ Ultimately you will have a better Yang practice – introducing Yin will create a more well-rounded practice as well as a better-rounded version of the awesome you!

Yoga and Yin Yoga differ in the following ways:

The difference from a usual yoga class is that in a yin practice, we are holding poses for at least several minutes and stretching the connective tissue around a joint.  Yin yoga also focuses on the seven main chakras described as subtle wheels of energy within the spine and stimulates the meridians to heal and revitalise major organs such as the kidneys, bladder, heart, lungs, small and large intestines, stomach, spleen, gall bladder and liver.  The yin practice prepares your body for meditation and allows time to explore the physical, emotional and thought body. We allow the body to invite us into the pose rather than have the ego/mind force the body to be a certain way. Our Yin practice can be like a meditative flow from one pose to the next using the breath to keep us anchored to the present moment.

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