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Long Weekend Schedule 2021

Use the opportunity of the Public Holiday to join us in Yoga! Saturday 2 October 8.00-9.25am       Yoga Flow Online with Bogi 9.30-10.30 am     RNSH Health Care Frontline Workers Online with Bogi 9.30-11.30am      Mysore Online with Angelika 11.30-12.30pm     Yoga Flow Beginners Online with Angelika Sunday 3 October 9.00-10.30am      Yoga… Read more »

Pranayama Tuesday Morning 21 September

“The greatest struggle of the practice is getting out of bed! But when you finish your practice, you are rewarded with the energy and calm to help you flourish in your day. Thank you so much for guiding me on this journey” …. Anna-Louise   Dear students, Tuesday 21 September is a ‘Moonday’. The usual Mysore class… Read more »

navigating rough waters

Navigating Rough Waters by Jack Kornfield

Every morning when the Dalai Lama wakes up, he begins his morning practices with a prayer from Shantideva: “May I be a guard for those who need protection; a guide for those on the path; a boat, a raft, a bridge for those to cross the flood; may I be a lamp in the darkness;… Read more »

Utthita Trikonasana Angelika

Led Creative Class with Angelika

A playful exploration Let’s have some fun practicing part of Primary Series, interspersed with infrequently practiced postures. Wednesday 1 September 6-7.30 am Some experience in Ashtanga required. Reserve A Space

Sunday Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea on Sunday

Let’s have a cup of tea together, a morsel, and a chat – online of course. How is everybody going? You might like to share a little lockdown Yoga story, read a poem, tell a joke, share a recipe or simply listen to, and see everyone. No Yoga tights allowed – pretend you are going… Read more »

Unexpected Joys of Teaching Yoga Online

The Unexpected Joys of Teaching Yoga Online

Reflections During Lockdown As much as one feels detached from the students when teaching Yoga online, there are certainly hilarious, uplifting and sometimes heartwarming moments to experience, when watching everyone practice. One morning when K started her first sun-salutation, her newly acquired puppy Ella, found observing K moving around the floor at dog-height, was most… Read more »

Yoga during a COVID lockdown

We all know that Yoga is good for us. But in what way can Yoga be beneficial during the times of COVID, especially during a lockdown? Keep moving What comes to mind immediately is that an asana practice (postures) will keep our physical body mobile and strong. This is important when we stay at home… Read more »

Yoga Flow Restorative ONLINE with Robyn

If we allow it, our responses to different poses (asanas) can give us stunning insight into the way we respond or react in regular Life. Maybe you’ve felt it? An unwillingness to release in a forward bend? Rolling your eyes when it comes to backbends? This is part of Yoga’s beauty and Its depth: the… Read more »

The Benefits of Chanting

Thousands of years ago during the time of the Vedas, before the written word, knowledge was passed down orally. The Vedic sacred texts had to be recited precisely to ensure that the meaning of the ancient wisdom would be conveyed correctly. The chanting of the Yoga Sutras – concise aphorisms containing everything you need to… Read more »