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How hard should a Yoga class be?

THOUGHT OF THE DAY How hard should a Yoga class be? Is feeling exhausted the objective of a Yoga class? Is a 90 minute class better than a 60 minute class? The reaction to this question and the points of interest, I’m sure will be varied; after all we are all so unique, how can […]

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Anything is possible….

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Explore yoga at home!

When I did my teacher training there was a big emphasis on ‘personal practise’, “this is when as a yoga teacher you truly find your inspiration and creativity to then pass on in your classes.” Thinking about these words, I think this applies to everyone. Self discovery, inner calm and peace starts with allowing yourself the luxury […]

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Yoga at Sunset!

 

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I have uploaded some new videos on my YouTube channel, just playing around, its a little strange seeing yourself. Yoga is such an internal practise, even when teaching I sometimes forget that people are watching my body move through the asana flow, so to see the physical shapes that you make by watching it back […]

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Class Sequence – June 2011

Been meaning to do this for a while, so here it is finally, one of my class sequences that I aim to work to in my Beginner/Intermediate yoga classes… June 2011 Class Sequence – Agoy Yoga   Nadi Shodana – Pranayama breathing technique Seated Sukasana/Virasana Eagle arms with breath Gomukhasana arms Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana (Side revolved […]

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The Best Wake Up….

I’m a little amazed that I’m still really enjoying getting up at 6.30am (you get so much more done with your day)! As the sun is coming up, spending an hour or so self practising Asana (the postures) and Pranayama (breath control), with some incense burning, candles on and all is still and quiet here […]

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The first 28 Sanskrit Asana’s

The first of my tasks to prepare for my Ashtanga teaching was to learn 28 of the yoga asana’s, mostly level 1/beginners postures and I was so pleased to also learn that there are said to be over 1000 asanas. The flash cards Imade came in handy, as learning a new language, along with absorbing […]

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Darwin and Revision…

So I have 12 days till I head to Byron Bay for my YTT course, its all been a bit mental since I landed in Darwin. Here’s me thinking I would have heaps of time to chill out and be ‘at one’ with my blog , yoga, getting to know everyone and I pretty much […]

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Brain overload!!

So ok had a great yoga class at Monument tonight with a fab teacher Gillian whose classes are strongly based on the principles of correct alignment and flow through the Asanas methodically and precisely. I managed to stretch out my back after a crippling Body Combat lesson yesterday, not very yogi at all!!! Now I have […]

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