Yoga Timetable

Better health comes with Yoga.


Yoga is for everyone.

Yoga is part of an ancient system of self improvement which is timeless and universal in its application.

The literal meaning of yoga is to "yoke" or bring into harmony the body, mind, and spirit.

Yoga emphasizes the development of strength, stamina, flexibility, and balance, as well as concentration and meditation.

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TOP 10 Reasons to Try Yoga

• STRESS RELIEF

• PAIN RELIEF

• BETTER BREATHING

• FLEXIBILITY

• INCREASED STRENGTH

• WEIGHT MANAGEMENT

• IMPROVED CIRCULATION

• FOCUS ON THE PRESENT MOMENT

• CARDIOVASCULAR CONDITIONING

• INNER PEACE

“Asanas keep your body, as well as your mind, healthy and active”

“The practice of yoga aims to overcome the limitations of the body. Yoga teaches us that the goal of every individual’s life is to take the inner journey to the soul. Yoga offers both the goal and the means to reach it” (Iyengar, 2001). According to Iyengar, the philosophy behind Yoga is that in order achieve self-realization one must have perfect harmony between the body and the mind. An imbalance in the body results in an imbalance of the mind because of the constant interaction between the two. The yogic postures aim to strengthen the body in order to strengthen the mind (Iyengar, 2001). 

Using asana (poses) and pranayama (breathing), the goal of yoga is to bring peace to the mind. There are four stages of yoga that lead to this goal. The first stage is the level of the physical body that is called arambhavastha and is the starting level. The second level is integrating the mind and body to move in harmony and is called ghatavastha. The third stage when the mind and body become one is called parichayavastha. The final stage is called nispattiavastha, which is the feeling of oneness with the soul (Iyengar, 2001).

The principal intend of yoga is to re-establish the mind to simplicity, peace, and poise, to free it from distress. This simplicity, this sense mind of order and calm, comes from the practice of asanas and pranayama. They integrate the body, the mind, the intelligence and the self in four stages.

The inner spirituality will build and flow into the practitioner through these stages. Also the negative emotions such as fear, misery or pain will vanish and life will become simplified, peaceful and happy.

Body Health Yoga Timetable

Monday Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday   
General class

Bli Bli Hall

   
 Willis Rd

    All welcome

  8:30 - 10am
General class

80 Frances rd
Bli Bli 

All welcome

9:00 - 10:00am

Booking Required

General class

Marcoola SLSC

The Esplanade

All welcome

6 - 7:10am

Booking required

Special 2Hr class

Once a Month

Long Slow Deep
floor class
6-8pm

All welcome

Booking required
General class

Nambour PCYC

Youth Ave

All welcome

8:15 - 9:30am



Class Cost : 
$14 per session

Namaste

Petra