Attend from $12.50 per class. The mind and body respond with regular practice so our pricing encourages committment.
Yoga is very much about finding purpose and meaning.. it is about creating space so that our unique contribution to life comes forth from within us.
Monday 4.15 - 5.45pm
Tuesday 6.00 - 7.30pm
Wednesday 9.30 - 11.00am
Thursday 9.30 - 11.00am
Thursday 6.00 - 7.30pm
Saturday 9.30 - 11.00am
All postures are taught methodically so that students learn how best to support their bodies so that practice is safe and nourishing. Students of all ages are encouraged to attend times that most suit your life style. You can commence classes at any time. Practice awakens the energy of the physical body and cultivates mental discipline which brings a state of calm abiding presence.
Our classes are 90 minutes long. Students have time at the beginning of a session to transition from the demands of their lives, and at the close of class to integrate the practice through relaxation and meditation . We call these processes of transition before class, and integration after class, "imprinting" because they function to re-wire our chemistry (nervous systems) and create the conditions of deep change - change that is not just at the surface.
Yoga is a state of Being and the journey to awaken to this state is regular practice over a long period of time.
Our pricing system reflects this understanding. The more you commit to attending, and the longer your commitment,
the cheaper the fee per class.
Classes are 90 minutes long and can cost between $12.50 and $22 /class
$12.50 options include
15 class card that are valid for 5 weeks
20 class card that is valid for 10 weeks
$16.50 option is a
10 class card valid for 5 weeks
$19.80 option is a
5 class card valid for 5 week
$22 attendance is for a single class.
You are not paying for Yoga. Yoga is not a commodity. Download information about our class options and payment system.
Payment for classes covers the cost of having someone who has actively walked the path of practice for a long time available to share what they have encountered. All teachers at our school have Iyengar Yoga qualifications. A teacher teaches the practices of Abhyasa and Vairagya: Discipline and Renunciation. These practices develop clarity of perception. Over time practice equips the body/mind/breath instrument such that it is an instrument capable of meditation. Stillness of mind is how we open the path to walk in the power of our own presence.
Yoga works by training our minds to pay attention to what is happening in our bodies. For example we feel how the position of our arms and shoulders affect our neck and our ability to lift our chest and to breathe. We learn to work with the legs to engage the spine which in turns improves our posture and levels of energy. In the classical method of hatha yoga, the intention is that the physical body act as an instrument through which we can experience clarity and wisdom. Students develop great internal peace from Yoga. Students experience improvements in strength, concentration and relaxation.
When students learn how to position their mind (attention) as well as their bodies, the practice of yoga supports homeostatic balance in the body. Thoughts and emotions alter the chemical environment of the body as does organ function. When we work mindfully within postures we both support organ function and teach the mind to release from tensions and worries.
Buy a class card that reflects how often you feel you will attend. If twice per week and your feel a 10 week period works well, the 20 class card is perfect for you.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
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