The Eight Fold Path of Yoga Patanjali wrote the Yoga Sutras over 1700 years ago. In the Sutras Patanjali defines the eight limbs of yoga that act as guidelines on how to live a meaningful and purposeful life. Guidelines for moral and ethical conduct, self discipline, attention to one’s health and support to acknowledge the Continue Reading »
Please note: There will be no classes on Monday 9 June – Public Holiday In this issue: Zen Ki Yoga Yin Masterclass Pelvic Floor course The Yoga Shed Story
New at The Shed in May Yoga with Raju Raju brings a wealth of experience as a yoga therapist to his unique classes. A medium paced class with options to challenge yourself and work hard if you want to.
Hi All Lots of things happening at The Shed this month…… Public Holiday Closure The Yoga Shed will not run classes on any of the public holidays of Easter and Anzac Day, but classes run as normal through the school holidays. The calendar on the website is up-to-date.
Hi everyone Welcome to Autumn! We have a couple of timetable changes for March:
Hi everyone, Well, the first month of 2014 is already over! We have a few changes for February: Gentle yoga is back! Mondays 4:30-5:45pm Morning practice on Thursday mornings is now 6:30am-7:30am
Hi everyone Welcome to 2014! Classes commence again at The Shed from next Monday 6 Jan. It is a pretty full timetable with only a couple of classes missing while teachers are still away. The up-to-date timetable can be viewed here. What does 2014 have to offer? There are a few changes for 2014 and Continue Reading »
Welcome to Summer and ‘the silly season’. In this newsletter some details about our Christmas party and Christmas shutdown, some Christmas tips from Theresa and some updates on the December timetable.
Timetable changes Please note that there may be some last minute changes to the timetable during this bush fire emergency as some teachers may be affected. Please check the timetable page, as it will be kept as up-to-date as possible.
Welcome to Spring everyone! Ease the transition to spring by creating sukha, which means “good space” or a general state of health and happiness. You can do this by eating wholesome food and practicing asana (yoga postures) and pranayama (breath work). So, come along to a yoga class, commit to a regular practice and visit Continue Reading »