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Am I too unhealthy to do Yoga?

Many beginners are intimidated by what they believe they need to ‘be’ before starting with yoga. Concerns over being too overweight or out of shape to commence practising yoga are common, as is feeling overly self-conscious or worried about what others in your class may think of you if you’re not able to achieve the… Read more »

Is your yoga teacher helping or hindering you?

As with anything, choosing the right yoga teacher for you is pivotal to success and growth, both physically and mentally. If you cast your mind back to your days at school or university, you will remember that some teachers or professors struck a chord with you and made learning enjoyable and easy, while others didn’t… Read more »

Xmas Timetable 2016-2017

Last classes before Xmas: 24th December, Saturday 6-8am                         Mysore with Angelika 24th December, Saturday 8-9.30am                   General with Kate   December 2016/January 2017 – Book a class December  24 Christmas Eve 6.00-8.00am Mysore Angelika – coffee/tea afterward 8.00-9.30am General Kate December 25 Christmas Day Closed December 26… Read more »

How can Yoga benefit your studies?

As the school year comes to an end, students across the country are sitting down to their final exams. This can be a busy and stressful time, with the outcome of studies often resting on the performance over the next month. If you’ve found the pressures of university or school are starting to weigh on… Read more »

Little Yogis: How practicing yoga can benefit children

Little Yogis: How practicing yoga can benefit children Yoga provides countless health benefits for those who practice. Dedicated yogis experience increased flexibility, less stress and overall spiritual, physical and mental improvements. As such, many studios are offering yoga for children, who could also benefit from this ancient practice. North Sydney Yoga is currently offering an… Read more »

Falling in LOVE with YOUR YOGA Practice

When first coming across Yoga, many of us develop a love affair with the practice. For some it is instant. Others take a while to get hooked. There are the wonderful sensations of stretching the body, and the physically challenging and strengthening aspect. We reconnect with areas of our body we haven’t felt for a… Read more »

Planning your yoga pilgrimage

Planning your yoga pilgrimage If yoga has become an important part of your life, then you probably realise that yoga is about so much more than holding asana in a classroom. From building inner serenity to forging lasting friendships, making yoga a focal point in your life can have many benefits. In fact, the practice… Read more »

Tao Porchon Lynch - 97 year old yoga teacher

Am I too old for Yoga?

Am I too old for Yoga? Whether you’re recently retired or a few decades into your golden years, you may be looking for a new pastime to keep yourself active and your days full. As some activities might become harder to take on as you age, it’s not unusual to question your ability to join… Read more »

3 Tips for fitting Yoga into your day

3 Tips for fitting Yoga into your day Those of us with busy schedules are often the ones who appreciate pastimes like Yoga the most. The ability to slow down, take some time out and reflect inwards is invaluable but, unfortunately, not as easy as we’d like. If you’re struggling to make time for yoga… Read more »

Could Yoga benefit your Children?

Could Yoga benefit your Children? Many of us might wish we could return to the carefree days of childhood when our adult responsibilities become too overwhelming. However, today’s children face a significant amount of stress, especially as they struggle to switch off and unwind. The reliance on technology and pressures at school can often mean… Read more »