Yoga is a pathway to personal transformation. You’ll experience the joy of being more self-aware and living in each moment. Teachings are based upon ancient yoga philosophy and practice with a modern perspective – explore the energy, body and mind connection.
In honour of my teacher Rod Stryker. Para Yoga is “a practical and profound system” in the lineage of Swami Rama. Based on traditional yoga including postures, breathing, energetic practices, visualisation, with relaxation and meditation. It involves moving through postures with the breath and body, engaging techniques to consciously move energy in the body/mind experience.
Each class runs for 70 minutes & includes postures, meditation & breathing.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on private group class or individual yoga consultation.
Classes delivered in person by appointment or online via zoom.
Yoga is a science, a discipline and practice for mastering your mind. To transform and grow with Yoga means learning the ancient teachings through study and practice with a teacher. The Transformational Yoga Teacher Training Regist. RYS 200 life skills program is delivered with your own private yoga coach. It is for you…whether you desire to become a teacher yourself or you are seeking to expand your personal awareness.
Each year a limited number of spaces are available for students who want to learn traditional and modern yoga styles individually with direct access to the teacher. Complete the 200 hours anytime up to a period of 12 months. RYS 200 Hour Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with Yoga Alliance & Yoga Australia. Note:
This course is available online via zoom meetings (required purchase of zoom meeting license to participate)
Yoga is an ancient set of teachings supporting of self-understanding which leads towards realisation of ones true nature. So much more than postures; Yoga brings many practical tools and techniques for body, breath mind and energy which support us for an increased experience of peace and happiness with our lives.
The act of self reflection, is part of yogic philosophy and practice. This journal presents a way of self-study through the act of recording your yoga practice and then contemplating feelings, thoughts, words and actions with your perspective.
When you journal; you practice self-understanding using yoga philosophy in relationship with yourself, your practice, community and the world. In doing so, you are in the process of self-realisation. This is the practice and goal of yoga.