WHEN: Starts FEB 2, 2019 WHERE: Crows Nest, SYDNEY NSW Make 2019 the year you become a yoga teacher or simply delve deeper into this ancient practice with the IYTA’s Continue Reading
Ever enjoyed soothing adjustments in savasana (corpse pose), or profound ‘aha!’ moments as helpful hands guided your body toward greater understanding or ‘sweet spot’? Contrastingly, perhaps you implored the earth Continue Reading
You might get emotional Pictures of blissed-out beach babes sitting in the lotus position is what most yoga virgins envisage, but Zen is not the only feeling that might stir Continue Reading
By discovering the magical world of yoga mudras, holistic health and harmony really can be found at your fingertips.
It’s 4:15 on a Sunday afternoon and I’m way too stoned for yoga. A few minutes ago, my old pal HD pulled his Prius into the parking lot of my Continue Reading
The Australia Kriya Yoga Association is a non-profit charity, established in 2004 with the purpose of fostering the age-old spiritual practice of Kriya Yoga in Australia. Kriya Yoga is an integrated Continue Reading
New high-tech yoga pants have been released that help the student get into the correct pose themselves. Making adjustments is one of the primary roles of a yoga teacher. The Continue Reading
Far from its Indian roots, Yoga has in the past decades become a worldwide phenomenon. With this globalisation process come all the potential downfalls of any cultural exchange such Continue Reading
So you’ve got your yoga teacher training qualification, now what?
ED NOTE: The story about Bikram Choudhurey’s arrest sent our servers into meltdown. Here’s the backstory we published two years ago when the allegations of his impropriety where first raised. Continue Reading
Hatha yoga is a full system comprising of asana, pranayama, meditation, philosophy, mudras and shatkarma. The Shatkarams are the six purification techniques mentioned in the ancient yogic text, the Continue Reading
Yin Yoga teacher from Byron Bay, Tara Fitzgibbon, says everyone – absolutely everyone – needs more rest. It’s difficult to argue that point. After all, the kind query of how Continue Reading
Ever catch yourself gazing at your daughter, mother or lover with pure affection and admiration? It’s something you never question– quite simply, you feel that this person is amazing, awe-inspiring Continue Reading
When I was in the middle of my recovery from a long-term eating disorder I stumbled into a yoga class at my local gym. Sadly I don’t know the teacher’s Continue Reading
As many yoga teachers know, the quality of the music in our classes has the potential to make or break the student’s experience. The choice of music helps set the Continue Reading
Recently, I heard a young mother talking to her four-year-old, who had just dripped chocolate ice cream onto his shirt. Her tone was impatient, but it was her words—“Can’t you Continue Reading
The gifts and challenges of long-term relationships can present the most beautiful opportunities to put into practice all that we learn so we can enjoy a deep sense of lasting Continue Reading
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We all feel better after taking a yoga class, yet finding inspiration on the mat when practicing alone can be more difficult. Cultivating a home practice certainly requires commitment, but Continue Reading
Your body breathes on autopilot—so why worry about how to inhale and exhale when you could be mastering an arm balance? For one thing, breath control, or pranayama, is the Continue Reading
Dear Carrie, How do you convince someone that yoga could help them in a tough life situation when they think yoga is mumbo-jumbo for girls?! I’m thinking specifically of my Continue Reading
Yogis across Australia are seizing on a lifestyle trend that can amplify the benefits of time both on and off the mat. By doing this one thing three times Continue Reading
There is no shortage of advice, support or resources to guide yogis in their physical practice during pregnancy. However, as a yoga teacher myself, when I fell pregnant last Continue Reading
It takes a true artist to publicly bare their soul like Sydney-born accomplished musician Ben Lee has over the last two decades. Ben’s artistry has evolved alongside his spirituality; his Continue Reading
I am on my favourite beach, frolicking naked in the shallow waves, on a devastatingly charming moonlit night. There is sand between my toes, stars above my head, and a Continue Reading
Power Living have created an online yoga platform. You can stream classes at home, with teachers from Power Living, including the founder Duncan Peak. Classes rage from 5 to 90 Continue Reading
Work with your thoughts to go deeper into your meditative experience.
The secrets to enjoying yoga into your 60s, 70s and 80s.
This is a sticky post. There are a few things to verify: The sticky post should be distinctly recognizable in some way in comparison to normal posts. You can style Continue Reading
Got some Holidays? Want to get qualified quickly? Then an Intensive course is right for you. Power Living’s Teacher Training is education with a difference – elevating and accelerating students Continue Reading
If you’ve been going to yoga classes for more than a couple of years, it could be time to look at options to take your yoga to the next level.
A YJ staffer tried an ecstatic dance class in Bali and it changed her yoga practice. I’m nervously standing toward the back of the main studio at the Yoga Barn Continue Reading
Check out the best places to chill, eat and do yoga in Thailand. Thailand, aka ‘The Land of Smiles’, is a place that appeals to all of the senses, what Continue Reading
Seven Days of Yoga, Dance, Healing and Transformation From March 24 to 31 the conscious tribe met for the annual BaliSpirit Festival, taking place for the 12th time this year Continue Reading
You’re a good person. So why are you so hard on yourself?
A FEW MONTHS AGO, my father lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. In the final stretch of his life, I continued teaching a full schedule of yoga classes, but I Continue Reading
How a trek to holy Gomukh, the source of the mystical waters of the Ganges, deepened one writer’s understanding of yoga’s teachings. By Meghan Rabbitt We started up the rocky Continue Reading
Starts May 18 Many Yoga, 200 Pittwater Road, Manly Three dates – starts Saturday, May 18 12.30pm – 5.30pm (part two August 31, part 3 November 30) Price: $535 Learn Continue Reading