Who am I? What is the true nature of the Self? These are the questions that have consumed philosophers and yogis for thousands of years. The yoga practice that we begin because it makes us feel better, or helps with our aches and pains, has its roots in deep contemplation of these questions. Not everyone […]
Last time I went camping I was reading Deep Time Dreaming by Billy Griffiths, in which he explains that deep time is beyond human comprehension. Surrounded by the stillness of the land, I got to thinking – perhaps the deep beauty of nature and the deep humanity of life itself are also beyond the capacity of […]
Overcoming the obstacles of emotions is not easy!
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All timetabled classes now online via Zoom! If you would like to join download the zoom app and email me so I can send you a link and password to join the class.
Teens and Tweens Yoga Mondays 4pm – 5pm $15 class zoom casual, $120 for enrolment in 10-week term. Zoom special: One enrolment per household. Multiple siblings (or mum or dad) welcome to join in. Book Term Casual Class
This is a limited offer for 5 weeks yoga at an Introductory price. We are hoping you will get hooked on the benefits of yoga and join one of our regular classes.
Deepening the Process is a series of 6 weekends over the coming year, focusing on learning more about Iyengar Yoga.
All are invited to our Christmas Party On Sunday December 1 2019, at 1pm.
Reading “The Body keeps the Score” reminds me how much we store in our bodies, and having a massage the other day I remembered and was amazed at how much pain our bodies can store. Our bodies are great friends to us, absorbing as much as they can so we can continue to function in […]
Step out of your comfort zone and into our 30 day Spring challenge starting on the 1st September.
I was watching Mr Bean the other night with my son Luke. Mr Bean climbs to the top of a very tall diving tower and then loses his nerve. It’s so funny to watch him clinging to the ground and squirming around as he does whatever he can to avoid going over the edge. At […]
The end of another AFL season sees the winners celebrating and the losers re-grouping to make an assault on the summit once again next year. In their comparatively short careers elite athletes like AFL players face the challenges of life writ large – success, failure, injury. To simply make it to an elite team is […]
Gulnaaz Dashti is an Indian teacher who studied and taught with the Iyengar family at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Institute in Pune, India. She now teaches outside the Institute in Pune and travels the world teaching workshops. Earlier this year she taught a workshop at the Marrickville Yoga Centre. Tiffany Lee-Shoy is a teacher trainee […]
Garth McLean uses Iyengar Yoga to manage his multiple sclerosis and travels the world to share what he’s learnt.
Surprisingly to me, this is my favourite pose of the moment, jathara parivartanasana. Jathar means abdomen in Sanskrit and parivartanasnana is from parivartti, meaning turning around. As I prepared for my recent JI3 assessment I struggled with teaching this pose – there didn’t seem to be much to it! And it’s a struggle to do until you […]