While Hatha Yoga is a meditative and mindful practice, we have two specialty meditation teachers on staff and offer specific courses in meditation and mindfulness. Tina Shettigara and Anne Rodgers are members of Meditation Australia and thus a e acknowledged by the peek body of meditation professionals. Mindfulness and meditaotn are shown in evidence based research to be effective in the relief of anxiety, stress, and depression. See also iRest for deep wellbeing.
This is a weekly class with a focus on meditation and moving meditatively. Sunday mornings 10 to 11.30am. Check in.
In this weekly class on Thursdays 6 to 7.30pm we indulge in juicy somatic movements and then settle in to a yoga nidra for deep meditative self inquiry. Check in.
4 week course with Tina Shettigara
Easy to fit into a busy schedule, this four week course is designed to gently introduce you to relaxation and meditation techniques from various traditions so that you will be able to identify a method that works for you right now.
Benefits include a clearer mind, a deeper feeling of inner calm, the ability to accept and move through challenging and stressful life events with more ease and acceptance, improved immunity, increased energy levels and sometimes even feeling happy for no good reason!
Blankets, mats and chairs are available. Wear comfortable, stretchy clothes.
You can choose to sit on a chair or on the floor for meditation.
6 week course with Anne Rodgers
Learn to live inside yourself
Establish new habits of mind and body
Develop deeper life experiences by living in the moment
In this six week course you will learn to…
Access your power within by renewing your physical, emotional and mental energy
Reduce anxiety and stress by training your thoughts to be in the present moment
Bring greater clarity and focus to your daily experiences creating a deeper meaningful life
Live consciously and without judgement to move beyond habitual negative patterns
Sessions will include mindfulness and meditation techniques and gentle physical
patterns yoga movements