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all classes are beginners but can accommodate advanced students. Please Book as Studio does not open without bookings ph 93505293

Monday 10.00am. and 7.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am and 7.30pm
Wednesday and 7.30pm
Thurday 9.00am and 6.00pm
Friday 10.00am

Brief History of Yoga

Earliest archaeological evidence of Yoga's existence could be found in stone seals which depict figures of Yoga poses called Asanas. The stone seals place Yoga's existence around 3000 B.C. The oldest known Yogic teachings are found in the Vedas. The Vedas are the sacred scripture of Brahmanism that is the basis of modern-day Hinduism. It is a collection of hymns which praise a divine power.

The 200 scriptures of the Upanishads (primarily thirteen principal texts of the Vedanta, that are the culmination of all Vedic philosophy) describe the inner vision of reality resulting from devotion to Brahman. These explain three subjects: the ultimate reality (Brahman), the transcendental self (atman), and the relationship between the two. The Upanishads further explain the teachings of the vedas

Later, around 500 B.C., the Bhagavad-Gita or Lord's Song was created and this is currently the oldest known Yoga with

Yoga in Daily Life

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Exercise is required for the organs of the body to develop and function properly. Oxygen intake and blood circulation is improved whilst the body rids itself of impurities through exercise. The lymphatic fluid cleansing and feeding cells depends on movement to perform it’s function and dispose of debri and toxins.

Yoga and Tibetan Rites are ancient practices exercised by people immersed in spirituality. Yoga asanas (postures) have become popular in Australia because of their value to health, fitness, relaxation and self-discipline. The postures also activate and cleanse the inner organs. Tibetan Rites were exercised by Bhuddist monks and nuns in Tibet to delay the aging process.
Weight loss, stress relief,
Improves posture, balance, concentration, energy circulation, healing and body image
enhances body strength, flexibility, self confidence

The yoga program (1.5hrs) begins instant relaxation technique, short breathing meditation and pranayama. Warming up exercises precedes the stretches. Yoga asanas (static exercise) have complimentary stretches so that they balance and counter the chi/prana (energy) flow as well as flexion/extension of muscle groups. The program finishes with Yoga nidra (relaxation)
and a 15 mins meditation. These are optional, you can just do the exercise program.
The Tibetan Rites is a series of 5 dynamic exercises. It begins with 3 repetitions and 2 more are added each week until the total repetitions are 21. Any more repetitions are not of benefit to the person. After each exercise there is a resting posture. These exercises are designed to promote chi flow and lymphatic flow, vitalise organs and glands and have cellular benefits. They also improve the hypertrophy of muscles.

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