Posts in Ashtanga Yoga

Under the Yoga Spotlight – Upward Facing Dogpose

Urdhva Mukha Svanasana UMS –upward (urdvha) facing (mukha) dog (svana) posture (asana) is woven all the way through the whole practice of each of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga sequences. It is a complex posture and requires a level of skill and good understanding to master it properly. Function Similar to Adho Mukha Svanasana AMS –… Read more »

International Day of Yoga – Winter Solstice Practice

Wednesday 21 June – Led Class   Join us in a group practice to mark an auspicious day. The winter solstice symbolises new beginnings. We are encouraged to leave behind what hasn’t served us, inviting new, constructive and beneficial patterns into our lives. Also International Day of Yoga, 21st June, is a wonderful opportunity to get together, and celebrate our shared… Read more »

Long Weekend 10-12 June, 2017

Saturday 10 June – BOOK 8.00-9.25 AM GENERAL with Kate 9.30-11.25 AM MYSORE with Angelika 11.30-12.30PM PRANAYAMA with Angelika Sunday 11 June – BOOK  9.00-10.30 AM GENERAL with Sarah Monday 12 June – BOOK  7.00-9.00 AM MYSORE with Angelika 9.15-10.45 AM GENERAL with Lisa there will be no further classes held on Monday 12 June

New Yoga Teacher – Bogi Zajacz

We welcome Bogi Zajacz to our group of teachers. Bogi previously practiced and trained in Hungary. Like all of us, she is eagerly pursuing her yoga practice on all levels. She has taken over Wednesday nights ‘General’ class at 7.30-8.45pm. She will also cover the following classes, so pop in to practice with her, and get… Read more »

Why practice Yoga?

My cousin whom I hadn’t seen for some years, came across a photo of me on the internet in a yoga posture. It wasn’t the most difficult of postures, but nevertheless a challenging one. Her question was “… is that actually healthy?” The comment made me laugh. Yoga has increased in popularity in the last… Read more »

The Importance of Correct Alignment in Ashtanga Yoga

When Ashtanga found its way to Australia, practitioners of other methods of Yoga often claimed that ‘Ashtangis’ didn’t have a good understanding of proper alignment in asanas, and in that regard, they ‘weren’t sure what they were doing’ :) The latter might have been correct for some of us who were previously educated in other… Read more »

Anzac Day 2017

Use the opportunity of the Public Holiday to join us in Yoga! Tuesday 25 April 7.00-9.00am Mysore with Angelika 9.15-10.45am General with Lisa no further classes will be held on Tuesday Sign up NOW & enjoy your Yoga!

The Beauty of Yoga Practice: Do It Now

When Eve asked me to write a post for her blog, I felt very honoured. She was my very first Yoga teacher in 1989, and still is my teacher, in encouraging me to reflect on the topic of discipline, which she is a living example of. From the beginning I admired her reliability, her discipline… Read more »

A Pranayama Class with Angelika

Indulge in the beautiful practice of Pranayama – the control and release of the breath. Feel the empowering and cleansing effects of these ancient techniques, which have been for ever a part of the practice of Yoga. Gain clarity, focus, and a deeper understanding of the meaning of ‘Prana’. No prior experience in Pranayama is… Read more »