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YOGA


"If you can breathe...you can do yoga."

 

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YOGA


"If you can breathe...you can do yoga."

 

YOGA

 

Yoga is a path to true peace of mind.  For most of us, this is something quite rare. The practice of yoga is a means to gradually make it a way of life.  Through yoga, we learn to channel our energy in a positive direction, bringing health, vitality and clarity, and opening the way for lasting personal transformation.

Yoga is for everybody.  For each individual, in each stage of life, there is a path of yoga to support us in living our full potential.  Yoga can empower us with physical and mental development in youth, vitality and balance in adulthood, and natural serenity in the later years of life.  As we evolve, our yoga practice can both support us through life’s changes, and adapt to meet our changing needs.

Yoga begins wherever we are.  Each of us is unique, and each of us needs a unique yoga, tailored to our own individual body, mind and lifestyle.  The art of personal yoga is in embracing our uniqueness, and discovering our own path forwards from here.

 
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VINYASA YOGA


"Breath is central to yoga,because breath is central to life...and yoga is about life."

- Krishnamacharya

VINYASA YOGA


"Breath is central to yoga,because breath is central to life...and yoga is about life."

- Krishnamacharya

VINYASA YOGA

 

The essential practice of Vinyasa Yoga is to move body and breath in synchrony, guiding our awareness to become steadily focused within.  Through this naturally pleasurable practice, we can develop a clear mind, a vital body and an innate sense of unity in life.

Vinyasa Yoga is a traditional method of yoga that can be enjoyed by all people.  The practice bridges the realms of fitness, healing, and personal transformation.  It can be used to develop strength, flexibility and stamina, and can equally be applied to support the gentle healing of injuries and long-term health conditions.  The method of Vinyasa Yoga embraces variety, creativity and adaptation as inherent principles, supporting a living yoga practice to be enjoyed sustainably throughout our years. 

Vinyasa Yoga was given to us by Sri T. Krishnamacharya (1888-1989), fondly known as ‘The father of modern yoga'.  His students, and their students in turn, have spread yoga from India to millions around the world over the last century.  Today, many forms of yoga continue to flourish and evolve from his teachings, and the essential principles he instilled - breath-centred yoga and personally adapted practice - remain timeless, invaluable keys for healthy, effective and joyful yoga.

 
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PERSONAL YOGA


"Yoga should be adapted to the person, not the person to yoga."

- Krishnamacharya

PERSONAL YOGA


"Yoga should be adapted to the person, not the person to yoga."

- Krishnamacharya

PERSONAL YOGA

 

We are each unique, and we each need a unique yoga. Personalised yoga practice is a way to intelligently tailor yoga to our individual body, mind and lifestyle for optimum results.  A personal yoga practice supports us to enjoy our true strengths, and to work on transforming areas that are ripe for change.  Over time, we can intelligently adapt our practice to meet our changing needs, and stay directed towards our true goals in life.

Personal yoga teaching is focused on developing a personal practice ideally suited to each individual.  In One-to-One yoga sessions you can learn to see more clearly where you are in this moment, and to intelligently apply the tools of yoga in your life.  With the ongoing support of these sessions you are guided in the cultivation of a personal yoga practice that is absolutely your own.  

One-to-One sessions begin with an initial consultation to explore your individual needs.  Your teacher will introduce simple practices tailored to you, and as you progress over a number of sessions, will support and challenge you to develop and refinine your practice.  You may come for just a few sessions, or over months and years as your yoga practice continues to develop.  Ultimately, the purpose of personal teaching is to thoroughly empower you to be independent in your yoga, giving you the tools and confidence to enjoy a personal yoga practice that evolves with you as an integral part of your life.