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Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini is the life force within each of us that lies coiled and dormant at the base of our spine and has the power to transform every facet of our lives. Kundalini Yoga is known as the yoga of awareness – through a series of breath work, mantra, posture, mudra and body locks the intention is to arouse the Kundalini energy and raise it up through our energy centres activating this radiant energy.

A typical class includes a kriya (set of postures with mantra, mudra, postures, breath work and body locks), relaxation and meditation.

The purpose is transformation – transform our Self and we transform the world. Kundalini Yoga is not a religion, it can be practiced by anyone with any spiritual belief. Flashes of insight, breakthrough, experiences of joy and surrender are common experiences when the flood of our own energy is experienced. This is what Kundalini Rising or Kundalini Awakening refers to.

Yogi Bhajan was the Master of Kundalini Yoga who brought this practice to the west in 1969. He explained, “There is no virtue in letting your body get stiff. When we leave the muscles unused for a long time, they start deteriorating and create a pressure on the living muscle cells. That is how we start getting older and weaker. The worst of it all is that our capacity to think and react and act to balance out our intuitive psyche also gets weaker and weaker. The whole of the physiological system, the muscles and the rhythm of the body have to be understood to keep all parts in balance. This is a very old and sophisticated system. It creates results which will be everlasting. You will build up your body and your muscles, and you will be very limber and very, very flexible. Gradually, one by one, we will work on all the main organs in the body: the glands, the circulation, the nerves, the muscles and the body constitution, and you will be surprised at the feelings and the changes you have not experienced before.”

Kundalini Yoga is difficult to describe, it is best experienced.

Thursday 17th February 1715 – 1815

Thursday 24th February 1715 – 1815

Thursday 3rd  Mar 1715 – 1815

Thursday 24th March 1715 – 1815


Hatha Yoga*

Trish teaches an integrated and alignment based style of yoga aimed at wellbeing, flexibility and strength, balanced with breathing techniques, meditation and relaxation techniques based on ancient yogic wisdom.
*The last Saturday each month Trish holds Restorative Yoga in place of Hatha.
$15 per class – packages available
No booking required
Instructor: Trish


Over 50’s Yoga

This program includes alignment-based yoga poses and body movement as a means to empower students to build strength, flexibility and balance. Props are included in the practice to facilitate, self-regulate and manage illness, injuries and challenges if needed. Relaxation, meditation and breathing techniques are included in each class. The special skills provided by Yoga will empower yoga practitioners physically, emotionally and mentally to age well; and by working with the subtle aspects of yoga, be joyful and happy.
$15 per session
Contact Gay for Bookings and Enquiries

Instructor: Gay
0405 593 316


Vipassana Meditation Group Sitting

Immerse yourself in Vipassana meditation and achieve peace of mind and live a happy, productive life. It is learned by attending a 10-day residential course with a qualified teacher. *This class is exclusively for experienced Vipassana students.
No booking required
Call or text Ellen for Enquires

Host: Ellen
0498 998 928


Tai Chi

Tai Chi Chuan, an ancient martial art form, has multiple health benefits and they have shown to be the key to improving your health and well being. The class structure is well balanced, starting with a gentle warm up, followed by single breathing movements and the Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan form which contains graceful, soft flowing movements bringing harmony, relaxation and strength.
$15 per session – packages available
Contact Iris for Bookings and Enquiries

Instructor: Iris
0432 951 228


Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar yoga is based on the teachings of yoga master B.K.S. Iyengar (author of numerous books including the definitive guide, Light on Yoga). The method of study of Iyengar yoga is progressive with an emphasis on precision and form in order to maintain a balance between flexibility, strength, and relaxation. Through intelligent alignment, sequencing of asanas and timing in the poses, the practice of Iyengar yoga can safely lead beginner and advanced students alike to a mindful practice that is absorbed with attention so that the mind and body work together. Oftentimes props are used to allow the practitioner to go deeper in the asana, adapt to an individual’s needs, make an otherwise challenging asana attainable, or to provide support. In addition to his many innovations that are utilised throughout the modern world of yoga such as props, B.K.S. Iyengar developed therapeutic and restorative yoga that utilize the practice of asana and pranayama for deep relaxation and healing.
$15 per session – packages available
Contact Bobo for Bookings and Enquiries

Instructor: Bobo
0451 268 806


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