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Foundations of Flow - begins Jan 7th, 2020

Updated: Dec 5, 2019

Try something different for the new year, 2020!


Whether you have never tried yoga and want to give it a go, or if you practice regularly and are wanting to go back to the fundamentals, this series is for you.


Join Laura McKenzie for a five-week yoga basics series; every Tuesday at 7.30-8.30pm - starting Tuesday, 7th January 2020.

Laura has completed a lot of 'Embodied Flow' training, with Adele Kingham of Rise Movement. She is looking forward to sharing her insights to 'Embodied Flow' throughout the five-week series.


When - Tuesdays, begins Jan 7th

Time - 7.30pm-8.30pm

Where - Kanuka Yoga Space

Cost - $100 for all five classes

Free for current members (excl Intro Offers)

BOOK ONLINE


Each week, Laura will start the session with an Embodied Flow principle, then talk further about the fundamental yoga guidelines, being the 'Yamas', whilst moving through a gentle flow.


Week 1 - Root to Rise - Yama: Ahimsa/Nonviolence

We'll start to build our connection to the breath, and learn to find stability and balance through a grounding flow.


Week 2 - Strong & Stable - Yama: Satya/Truthfulness

By bringing awareness to the spine and the central channel of the body, we'll start to build strength and ease in our movements.


Week 3 - Energy Flow - Yama: Asteya/Non-Stealing

It's not about what it looks like, but what it feels like. Learn how to pair bandhas, or body locks, with flowing breath for energy and engagement in your practice.


Week 4 - Subtle Body - Yama: Brahmacharya/Non-Excess

We'll start to slow down our movements, finding a greater sense of internal awareness to bring more mindfulness to the practice.


Week 5 - Integration - Yama: Aparigraha/Non-Possessiveness

Bringing it all together, we'll flow and find intention for our practice that we can use on and off the mat.


For anyone looking to read and learn more about these yogic principles, here is a fantastic book that covers the Yamas and Niyamas in more detail - click here.