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You’ve just been given the news that you’re pregnant, congratulations!  Being pregnant is one of the most special times in our lives, some of us handle pregnancy with ease and for others pregnancy can be a very testing time for bodies, minds and relationships.  Whether it’s a breeze or a challenge anxiety and assessment of

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Yoga and the Brain Part Two

Yoga and Relaxation During Yoga, our brain releases all sorts of chemicals that not only helps us relax but also lowers stress and anxiety levels including, gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin and endorphins. Each of which functions in its own way to help us calm down and feel better. GABA is a neurotransmitter or the

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Yoga and the Brain Part One

Among the most common misconceptions about Yoga is that it’s just another form of exercise.  However, the reality is that the benefits of Yoga are more than just the physical. Now thanks to modern technology and functional MRI scans, we’re able to see how regular Yoga practice affects our brain in the positive. Our brains

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BEGINNERS YOGA – 4 Week Course

BEGINNERS YOGA COURSE – 11th of March to 1st of April During this 4 week Beginners Yoga Course, Leah will take students through the foundational poses and principals of Hatha Yoga.  Leah’s precise and easy to follow instructions, helps students feel at ease and comfortable in the bodies they are born with.  So don’t worry

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Teen Yoga

Term 1 Teen Yoga with Michelle H, Commencing 12th February to 8th of April – $117.00 (9 Week Term) Yoga is fast becoming one of the most popular complementary health practices for all ages. Many schools are now offering Yoga and mindfulness programs to help reduce stress, improve mood and promote physical fitness. Yoga during this

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A Brief History on Yoga

It is said that India’s ancient spiritual Text, the Vedas gave birth to Yoga some 2500 years ago.  The language of Yoga is the well formed and sophisticated Sanskrit.   Often in class you will notice the Teacher using strange and unusual words to describe the Asana (Pose) you are currently performing.  Take for instance

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