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Bigger Bodies Yoga

WCY have a new 4 Week Introduction Course to Yoga that is designed specifically for Bigger Bodies. This 4 week course commences on Saturday 23rd March at 11am until the 13th of April and the cost is $80.00. Yoga can be for every body and this class provides a safe space for anyone at any

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Yin Immersion Workshop

Saturday 16th March 2pm – 4pm Fresh from a week of training and education with world renowned Yin and Myofascial Release specialist Jo Phee, Leah will take participants through 2 hours of deeply releasing and relaxing Yin Yoga. Yin Yoga incorporates long deep holds in poses that target connective tissue in the hips, pelvis and

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Ask us Anything

Ever had a question about Yoga ? Could be anything like maybe; What poses are good to help me sleep? Do I need to do headstands to be considered an advanced Yogi? My Hips hurt in Baddha Konasana, what can I do? What’s our favourite Yoga Soundtrack at the moment? Ask us anything Yoga related

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Yoga and Osteoporosis

There’s no getting around it, we are an ageing society and Aged Care and Health needs to be front of mind for all of us.  We are all ageing day by day and how we manage our bodies now will determine how well our bodies and minds age.  For me as a late starter in

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What is Ayurveda

  Thousands of years before modern medicine provided scientific evidence for the mind-body connection, the Sages of India developed an intricate system of health and well-being. Through observation and practice they developed Ayurveda, unraveling many secrets to long lasting health based on the understanding of an individual’s many biological and environmental facets. The Sages verbally

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The 8 Limbs of Yoga

Sometime around the Fourth Century C.E, a Sage and practicing Yogi by the name of Patanjali, penned ancient Vedic Scriptures into what is now know as Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. Within its pages there is an eightfold Yogic path know as Ashtanga, which literally means “eight limbs” (ashta=eight, anga=limb). These eight steps basically act as guidelines

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