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Ashtanga means eight limbs, which practiced together, give a holistic approach to living.
In our classes we focus on the practice of asana and pranayama as a strategy to learn the other 6 limbs of yoga.
Students learn the set sequence of postures and transitions known as the Primary Series and are encouraged to practice in between classes at home.
Classes are held at the Thirroul Community Centre & Library in the Escarpment Room and Excelsior Hall. The Tuesday morning class runs in Austinmer at Moore Street Yoga Room.
*Check Facebook page for class times on Public Holidays and during School Holiday periods.
Please note: classes are dynamic and not suitable during pregnancy.
We have practiced this method of yoga ourselves over many years and find great value in it.
Through repetition of this sequence of shapes and postures many layers of possibilities within each movement, gesture and action will open up to you over time, developing a deeper awareness of your physical capacity.
You will become stable in your legs and confident in the constellation of your limbs in various postures. Focus on the internal body, breath and posture can bring one into a calm and meditative state of mind.
The postures in the sequence evolve slowly over time and allow students to choose the depth and intensity of their experience.
You will come to know each posture well and be able to practice independently.