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June 2021

Reserve your place in class

Tuesday 1st June - Friday 31st December 2021

Reserve your place in class online for our face-to-face classes up to half an hour before class start time. Class sizes are strictly limited during pandemic restrictions, reservations are essential so book ahead. And please remember to cancel if you can't make it so another might take your place:)

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August 2021

Online Content Library - Stream it 24/7!

Sunday 1st August - Thursday 30th December 2021     $24 weekly     PAYG - cancel anytime:)

On demand streaming Content Library, an a la carte selection of 30 minute videos highlighting the best of Yoga Path for Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced students. Over 170 classes to choose from plus content updates to keep it fresh!

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Learn to become an Iyengar Yoga Teacher

Monday 2nd August 2021 - Wednesday 20th December 2023     Accredited Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training!

Do you love yoga? Would you like the opportunity to express and communicate with others that love of yoga? Do you want the unique opportunity to learn through one-on-one teacher/student apprenticeship? Want to join a vibrant community of teachers whose knowledge is informed by their own Sadhana (practice experience)? Undertake accredited Iyengar Yoga Teacher training with Nicole and become an Iyengar Yoga Teacher. 

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Purchase Yoga Props Online

Tuesday 3rd August - Friday 31st December 2021     Props from $11

Looking for yoga props? Check out the range we carry, including our Basic Yoga Prop kit, to get you started here...

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Who was Guruji?

Who was Guruji?

If you have ever attended one of my classes you may have heard me refer to ‘Guruji’. Guruji is the affectionate term for BKS Iyengar. He lived to 95 and died in August 2014. He is the ‘founder’ of Iyengar Yoga, the lineage of the yoga style that I practice and teach. Although he never claimed to have founded Iyengar Yoga, he always said he was just practicing and teaching Yoga, Hatha Yoga. » View details
Why do you do Yoga?

Why do you do Yoga?

Recently I was thinking about the reasons I started yoga. My friend, Melissa, had just started and was really loving the challenge of it. She showed me ‘half’ handstand (most of you will be familiar with walking your feet up the wall to 90° and bearing your weight on your hands). I was so impressed that I joined a course the next week. What started your journey in yoga? » View details
Finding your fluidity & stability throug...

Finding your fluidity & stability throug...

In the last blog we looked at Shoulderstand and finding our way to a sense of cooling in the asana. In this post we look at fulidity and stability. » View details
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