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Do you find your self unable to sleep or do you have trouble getting back to sleep?Yoga isn’t just beneficial for improving core strength, mobility, and stress levels; it can also help you sleep better. When yoga becomes a part of your daily life, you sleep for longer, fall asleep faster, and return to sleep more quickly.Find out more »
Join Living Peace Kirtan for a beautiful morning of live music, chanting, meditation and spiritual discussion.Find out more »
Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia. On average, 1 in 4 people will experience anxiety. Yoga therapy is an effective, complementary tool in the management of anxiety and stress. Stress is not a bad thing – in fact, it is a normal and necessary reaction to difficult circumstances. However, it is our interpretation and reaction to stress, and whether or not we can let go of the stress after the event has passed, which will determine our ability to return to equilibrium and clarity.Find out more »
With the modern world becoming more hectic, and the incessant pressure to “do more and be more”, it is no wonder that many people are finding it hard to balance the multiple aspects of their lives. We must negotiate the management of our family, relationships, money, the physical body, rest, careers and the general ups and downs in life. To manage these, we need a good measure of both power and peace. This workshop on balance will include a practical yoga class focusing on balance poses and how to find stability (sthira) and comfort (sukha) within a precarious position. There will also be a discourse and discussion on finding equilibrium in our lives.Find out more »
This 4 week course is for specifically for those who are new to yoga or haven't done yoga for some time and would like to understand and reconnect to the healing principles of yoga.Find out more »
This workshop will explore how we integrate the spontaneous interplay of form, feeling and freedom, through the time tested arts of asana, pranayama, mantra & meditation.
Yoga offers very clear ways to open us to the innate wisdom of our deepest nature. It offers ways to integrate the sometimes fragmented impulses in our lives into a cohesive wholeness. As practice develops, it is the innate potency of this cohesive wholeness itself that becomes the guiding intelligence of practice. When this innate wholeness opens in us, it brings a buoyancy, an aliveness, an intimate and self revealing intelligence. It brings a grace. A moment of grace is a moment of real participation in life where our practice becomes the simple elegant expression of our fulfilment, uncontrived, open and natural.
In every person there is a dormant and potent potential – this is called Kundalini energy. When it is activated, it gives us the power to experience and express our uniqueness as a human being, as well as be aligned with the divine light which lives within us all. When you tap into this energy, you feel vibrant, energised, clear and powerful. Join Ginny Clarke for a special immersion into the practice of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Learn more about this practice and how it is different (and similar) to Hatha Yoga. Learn how this form of yoga can realign your body, mind and energy with the incredible source of your innate ocean of peace and power.Find out more »
This 4-week course is designed to help us to find the blue-prints for this life. It will give us a fix on our current position and a clear route home to our inherent nature. Practical techniques and deep introspection will reveal what is binding us in the habitual tendencies of this life, keeping us knee deep in the quagmire of incarnation. Strategies and actions based on the ancient spiritual texts will be the launch pad for our awakening to the true self and walking our path home.Find out more »
Ginny and Greg Clarke will be leading a full weekend of yogic practices to help us connect, awaken, find clarity of mind, peace of heart and depth of spirit.Find out more »
Do you want to practice yoga at home, but don’t know where to start? Attending a yoga class is a great way to get to know yoga. However, your relationship with yoga deepens exponentially once you begin to practice at home - by yourself - just you and your mat. This is when you can truly listen to your body, honour its desires and needs, and take the time to practice in a way which is unique and nourishing for you. In this new workshop, you will explore what you want from your yoga practice and then design a sequence to help you achieve your goal. The workshop will help you transform your home practice into a joyous experience and also assist in a deep understanding of your body, mind, heart and spirit.Find out more »