WEEKLY YOGA PRACTICES
The through-line in all classes is to have you leave feeling a deep sense of, and connection to, wholeness! It is from this space you create more wholeness. All classes incorporate revitalising and healing movement, breath work and meditation.
All classes are open to all levels.
Bookings are essential for all classes.
MONDAY PRACTICE is IN PERSON.
90 min class
The Medicine Wheel
45 Oxford St
cnr Mill Hill Rd,
This class has a maximum of 10 spaces. You are free to book several weeks ahead.
There is minimum of a 48 hour cancellation policy on this class unless in the case of emergency.
SATURDAY PRACTICE is ONLINE.
90 min class
Each booking also includes access to the recording for 7 days.
NAAM YOGA & MEDITATION
A rich, diverse and integrative practice. Weaving the elements of movement/asana + rejuvenating breath + mudra + micro movement, mantra/sound/vocal vibration + rhythm + meditation, together invigorating and enlivening the flow of the intelligence, wisdom and life force throughout your entire being. An incredibly generous, restorative and revitalizing practice for your body, mind, emotions, energy and soul. Nourishing the connections of wholeness, clarity, and expansion. Opening the meridians (energy channels) and removing all blocks in the body. A powerful combination for the body, mind, and emotions to experience detoxification, strengthening, and revitalization. Activating and strengthening the body's self-healing capacities. Throughout some of the postures, we incorporate sound/vocal vibration, and we will round the class out with a sound vibration mantra meditation. Each practice plays with various rhythms and paces and vary in physical intensity from class to class. Open to all levels.
True yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life.
Yoga is not to be performed; yoga is to be lived. Yoga doesn’t care about what you
have been; yoga cares about the person you are becoming. Yoga is designed for a vast and
profound purpose, and for it to be truly called yoga,
its essence must be embodied.”
~ Aadil Palkhivala