Have a great long weekend!
Have a great long weekend!
Guidance for yoga teachers and students on how to use prenatal yoga to empower women for birth
By Anahata Giri
Prenatal yoga is an effective way to help women prepare physically, mentally and emotionally for one of the most powerful experiences a woman may have in her life: childbirth. To do this, prenatal yoga needs to offer more than just “inner” tools. Prenatal yoga can be a forum to help women understand the social reality of birth today
This one day immersion aims to provide teachers/trainee teachers with the skills, knowledge and confidence to bring uplifting mantras and sound practices into their teaching. This is intensive professional development tailored to meet the needs of yoga and meditation teachers.
We will explore mantra and chanting as a way to deepen our breath, focus our minds and open our hearts. The use of sound can release and transform
with Anahata Giri at Maitripa, Healesville, Victoria
A retreat gives us the space to receive the extraordinary gifts that are waiting for us in our practice. We will explore practice as a deep, sensing, listening way of being so we can deeply attune to our inner wisdom. Embracing the felt sense of the body gives us a clear foundation to stand in our own truth. Embracing
Nourish you and your baby – and prepare for birth – with prenatal yoga
“When the intensity of childbirth is beyond what we can imagine, our practice helps us connect with our precious resource: our fearless, unwavering awareness. Women who are well prepared and with aligned professional support, can then embrace the intensity of birth, moment by moment. Then childbirth becomes an empowering embrace of life.” – Anahata Giri
A whole day of nourishing practice for just $85. We will explore the inner smile that radiates naturally as we connect with our essential wholeness and how to develop authentic compassion.
These urban retreats are an immersion into the heart of practice. Within each of us is a natural ground of being that is already awake. We discover this inner presence through the breath, the heart, the body,
I am very excited to announce that I will be running a special retreat with my dear friend Jess Huon. Jess and I share a deep passion for authentic, integrated spiritual practice that fully embraces our everyday lives. Our theme – Dancing the edge: Waking Up – explores how to move beyond habitual conditioning, to find a way of being that is fresh, real and enlivening. By being with our selves in an immediate, real way, we refresh our connection
Feb 1 – 26
The aim of this 4 week intensive is to build an integrated approach to practice. From week to week we will explore aspects of asana, meditation, pranayama and mantra. The regular and sustained practice that a course such as this one offers is a great opportunity to deepen and expand our yoga practice.
The course will run 3 mornings a week for
The Beauty, Depth and Inspiration of a Yoga practice
A four week course of yoga asana, pranayama and meditation woven together with the exploration of the heartful and practical exploration of the Yoga sutras of Patanjali and other powerful yogic sources.
Kindness, compassion and inspiration will be the underlying essence of all the physical practices, calling us to enter into the profound, the healing and deeply powerful effects
The Therapeutic Yoga classes on Tuesday nights are a gentle, cosy way to cultivate skills and enjoy whole body connection. The classes are intended for people with injury or health issues and for people interested in restoring their natural human movement potential with a mindful, incremental approach to practice.
Teacher Kate Barnett is a qualified Alexander Technique teacher as well as a Yoga teacher, with specialised training in