Don't let level of mobility or experience put you off...

Practices are chosen according to student needs 

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The Yoga


Imagine you walk into a friendly relaxed environment,

the deep relaxation melts away tensions,

physical practices give focus to your body,

breathing practices connect you to life-sustaining rhythm,

you leave feeling more aware, de-stressed & energized

 a great way to continue your day….


What’s in it for you?

Yoga has been acknowledged to improve health and increase vitality however many practice to improve the balance and harmony in their life.

Regular practice can assist you with the following:

- decreased stress levels;

- improved energy levels;

- improved flexibility;

- improved strength;


What to expect…

Weekly classes run in several locations and are appropriate for all levels of health, mobility and experience, being designed according to student need.

Each class offers a deep relaxation (yoga nidra), yoga postures (asana) and breathing practices (pranayama) with an emphasis on self-focus and awareness, in an environment of non-competitiveness.

Though the term, students are gradually and systematically progressed in learning and refining techniques. 

Standard class time is 1 hour (but can vary).

 The origins 

Satyananda Yoga was developed by Swami Satyananda Saraswati a modern yoga master and spread world wide, coming to Australia in the 1970’s.

Satyananda Yoga is an approach that incorporates awareness of all aspects by

-      using postures to stretch, tone and relax the physical body,
-      breathing practices to balance the energy in the body,
-      meditation to calm and focus the mind and
-      deep relaxation to reduce stress & create sense of wellbeing.

Practices are taught systematically and safely with an emphasis on developing self-awareness. As such it is suitable for all ages, all body shapes and sizes, all levels of health, fitness, mobility and yoga experience.

Widely regarded as ‘integral’ yoga, Satyananda Yoga encompasses all the major branches of yoga, including hatha, karma, bhakti, jnana and raja yogas. The aim of an integral approach is to develop and balance all aspects of one’s being – body, mind, emotions and psyche – leading towards a more harmonious state of being.

A unique & distinct style

-  it is for anyone, regardless of age, ability or fitness level and does not conflict with social background or religious beliefs

-  it is evolving and modern because ancient practices are presented in practical and achievable ways

-  practices and philosophies can be integrated into daily life

-  it is a living tradition headed by Paramahamsa Niranjanananda Saraswarti with an active world wide presence both in teaching yoga and serving others.


Allow yourself freedom to connect within & know the power of the inner guru

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