Introduction to Yoga
If you are looking for a more flexible, strong, capable body and a clear, positive heart and mind then yoga is for you. It’s a great form of exercise that will improve your fitness, as well as aiding your mental well being.
Who can practice yoga, is it just for just for super bendy, spiritual people?
Absolutely not! One of my favourite yoga Quotes is:
“saying you’re not flexible enough for yoga is like saying your too dirty to take a bath”
If you’re wanting to take a bit of time out for yourself in your busy schedule and create more balance, health and well-being in your life then Yoga is for you! Everyone can do yoga. There is always a way for an individual to practice yoga: whether they are old or young, injured, fit or unfit, supple or inflexible, male or female.
All the different types of yoga usually include basic postures common to all, but they vary in the style of movement, pace, and the kind of approach. In our Introduction to yoga course we will explore the different types of Yoga, the basic physical postures concentrating on healthy alignment, breathing techniques and meditation.
Some of the many benefits of yoga include: improvement in posture and breathing, increased tone, strength and flexibility, a greater ability to cope with stress and a feeling of calm.
Taking your first step onto the yoga mat is an exciting new beginning. Building a solid foundation is the most important part of your yoga practice and we believe the only way to start yoga is with the highest standard of teacher in the best environment.
We Offer an Introduction to Yoga workshop as well as a 4 week beginners Yoga course The practice builds week by week, providing a solid foundation and preparing you for any of Cottesloe Physios yoga classes. Our 4 week beginners yoga course is ideal for those who prefer time to practice in between each session. Or our Introduction to Yoga workshops are perfect for those wanting to do it all in one day!
The next beginners 4 week course will be running from the 23rd of October to the 13th of November at 6.30pm on a Tuesday.
The next beginners workshop is on Saturday 27th October at 10am.