CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

•• TERM 3 CLASSES START BACK 10 July 2017! ••

Weekly Classes offered in Kelvin Grove + Brookfield – See below. Classes run throughout the year, to align with school terms. Check the 2017 Timetable for details.

ABOUT YOGA NATURE CLASSES

All Yoga Nature Classes evolve from the seeds of classical Hatha Yoga.
In each class, students explore a wholistic approach – integrating an energising, yet balanced blend of embodied Asana (physical postures), Pranayama (subtle breath awareness), Meditation, deep relaxation (Savasana), and gentle Self Enquiry. This allows for freedom within the flow and focus of each class – ensuring an aliveness that is always fresh!

Classes are taught with an emphasis on deep and natural alignment principles and the cultivation and free-flow of subtle energy to develop strength and flexibility – opening the Body and the Mind.

A Yoga Nature Class is inclusive and non-competitive. Variations for Asana (postures) are provided where needed, to ensure all students experience the many benefits and transformative qualities of their practice – and feel these qualities flow into their daily lives.

Importantly, throughout the class, students are invited to explore and cultivate a deeper, more subtle Awareness – of Body, Breath and Mind. When we practice mindfully, we begin to experience the Heart of Yoga – our very Nature – the vibrant presence within!

HATHA / VINYASA   (AN OPEN CLASS)

An open class, integrating a balanced, yet energising blend of Hatha Yoga’s Seeds of Practice. Throughout the class, students are invited to cultivate a deeper, more subtle Awareness – of Body, Breath, Mind and Heart. Inclusive and non-competitive, variations for Asana ( physical postures) are provided where needed, to ensure all experience the transformative qualities of their practice. Freedom within the flow and focus of each class ensures an aliveness that is always fresh!

A vibrant class for active seekers of wholistic wellbeing, curious beginners and Yogis with an adventurous spirit!
(Classes are 1.5 hours, unless indicated)
For Class Timetable, click here.
Class Locations – Kelvin Grove and Brookfield

HATHA   (A BEGINNERS CLASS)

A class for those new to Yoga, the Beginners Class focuses on deep, natural alignment principles in harmony with the flow of the breath. This foundation builds strength and flexibility – cultivating a subtle energy and Awareness, which gradually opens the Body, Mind and Heart to a greater sense of Wellbeing. Inclusive and non-competitive, variations for Asana (postures) are provided where needed, to ensure all experience the transformative qualities of their practice.

A class for those new to Yoga. All welcome!
(Classes are 1.5 hours, unless indicated)
For Class Timetable, click here.
Class Location – Brookfield

SUNRISE VINYASA FLOW   (AN OPEN / DYNAMIC CLASS)

Awaken into the Flow ~ Since ancient times, the still, Prana-filled early morning is known to be a powerful and potent time for Yoga, meditation and subtle energetic practices connecting us to Life’s vital force (Prana).

Helping you align with the natural rhythm and flow of the day, this vibrant, energising early morning vinyasa* yoga class will cultivate clarity, vitality and a quiet aliveness… so you can mindfully move through your day from a place of deeper stability and inner harmony.

Inclusive and non-competitive, variations for Asana (physical postures) are provided where needed, to ensure all experience the transformative qualities of their practice. Freedom within the flow and focus of each class ensures an aliveness that is always fresh!

* WHAT IS VINYASA?  In Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa means ‘to place, or put together in a special way’. The essence of Vinyasa is experienced as a moving meditation connecting the body, breath and mind. This can be explored within a single Asana (posture), as well as within a flowing series of Asanas strung together like a mala (garland).

A vibrant class for active seekers of wholistic wellbeing, and Yogis with an adventurous spirit! As this is a dynamic vinyasa class, some experience of Yoga’s basics will be essential.
(Classes are 1.5 hours)
This class will be offered again soon.

SUNRISE HATHA   (AN OPEN CLASS)

Since ancient times, the still, Prana-filled early morning is known to be a powerful and potent time for Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation and subtle energetic practices connecting us to Life’s vital force (Prana).

Helping you align with the natural rhythm of the day, this wholistic, early morning Hatha Yoga class will cultivate clarity, vitality and a quiet aliveness… so you can mindfully move through your day from a place of stability and inner harmony.

This class focuses on deep, natural alignment principles, in harmony with the flow of the breath. This foundation builds strength and flexibility – cultivating a subtle energy and Awareness, which gradually opens the Body, Mind and Heart to a greater sense of Wellbeing. Inclusive and non-competitive, variations for Asana (postures) are provided where needed, to ensure all experience the transformative qualities of their practice.

A class for active seekers of wholistic wellbeing, curious beginners and Yogis with an adventurous spirit!
(Classes are 1.5 hours)
This class will be offered again soon.

For Yoga Nature Class times, please go to this page
To purchase a Class Pass, please click here.
If you have any questions about these Classes, please contact Mardi at Yoga Nature.

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