Are you looking for an authentic yoga practice that connects you to yourself and leaves you feeling energized, peaceful and free? You're in the right place. Yoga doesn't care how flexible you are or what you wear, it only matters that you show up on the mat (and off) present, attuned and ready to experience yourself in this moment. Develop greater strength, flexibility and balance on and off the mat with a do-able, holistic hatha yoga practice.
See the Current Class Schedule HERE.
Class Descriptions, Events and Workshops
WOMEN'S YOGA CIRCLE:
A monthly yoga practice for the feminine spirit.
Part women's circle, part feminine yoga class this is a nurturing yoga practice for women of all ages and experience. We'll begin by lighting a candle each and setting intentions. We'll greet ourselves and our feminine power with practices from Uma Dinsmore-Tulli's Womb Yoga, and practice cultivating deep attention with mindful movement and breathing practices. And to finish it all off-- yoga nidra, the ultimate guided relaxation! Each session includes LIVE music by accomplished musician Rosie Henshaw. Rosie sings, plays guitar, sitar and chakra chimes.
Women's Yoga Circle Dates:
Saturday 24th June: Winter Solstice Gathering at Waverton Hall - 75 Bay Rd Waverton
A Mindful, Do-able Yoga Practice
Hatha Yoga is the original yoga. It balances body, mind and breath. Classes are gentle to moderate and small in size so that personalised instruction and support can be given. Yoga teachings / philosophy form the foundation of the class, creating an uplifting mood (bhav). You will work on balance and focus, calming the mind while strengthening and stretching the body.
Classes are 60 minutes in length. Monday 6:30pm at Waverton Hall. Thursday 6.45am at Kate's Home Studio, Tunks St Waverton. Cost: $25 / $200 for a 10 week term (runs to NSW school term)
RADICAL SELF CARE:
A project to empower you to listen deeply to you unique self care needs and craft a life that serves you to be well and happy so you can serve others and make a difference in the world.
More at www.radicalselfcareproject.com