Stabilising Your Mind

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“One of the most important things in life is to be able to find a sense of inner stability because its this foundation that allows us to look into the nature of our experience in a clear and objective way” Adyashanti Yoga, and especially meditation, create stability in the mind. Unless we can find this inner stability in our lives, we will be constantly pushed around by whatever experience or thing that happens to us or the next person we encounter. We’ve all been there…you get to class early, set up your mat in a good spot and then someone arrives late, puts their mat right in front of you and you can’t focus for the entire class…or maybe you … Read More

Finding Your Edge

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Within your practice you have to find your edge and that is DIFFERENT for EVERYBODY. Too often I see people pushing themselves beyond what they can do for the sake of their ego and how the posture looks. They then can’t cope and really to start struggle in the practice ….this is not yoga! I say in class all the time, “Do a bit less and get more out of what you’re doing.” Break things down for yourself so you can actually experience what’s happening to you internally as you’re doing it. This also helps you to start experiencing the Present moment much more during the class, which is the key to having a powerful practice. “Yoga is happening on … Read More

What is Yin Yoga?

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Yin Yoga gets deep into the body, stretching and opening the fascia, tendons and ligaments, releasing blockages both physical and emotional and creating space not only in the body but also in the mind. In Yin, the area of the body mainly targeted is between the navel and the knees and each pose requires the use of supports such as blocks, to help you remain in the posture for several minutes. This enables us to slow things down and really be mindful of what we are doing and aware of what we’re experiencing. In Yin because the postures are held for longer, we play around with our edges, taking the posture to a point where there is some significant resistance, … Read More

New Times

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The New Year is always a time of reflection and looking back over 2015, while there are some things I am happy to let go of, there is so much I am grateful for. The tough times have made us grow and the good times have been inspiring. In assessing last year and the changes we made with introducing new classes, one thing we realised we could do better is to improve the schedule to make it more accessible. Lack of time is the biggest issue that we hear from our yogis so from next week we will be adding in more shorter classes, more variety and more class times to choose from. I also feel that this year I’d … Read More