Welcome to the Spirit of Yoga with Cathie. .....I have now moved Classes at Norwood to a new Location at Mint Movement, 65 Beulah Road, And Hatha Yoga Shala. The final classes for the year will be Saturday 6th December, Yoga in Richards Park, Norwood.
CLASSES & COURSES -
Restorative Yoga and Hatha Yoga in Norwood will re commence From January 11th, 2015.
Meditation course with Swami Dayananda, January 18th.
ALL NEW!! Yoga Space for the Tea Tree Gully Classes.
at No Limits Fitness, Ridgehaven in a private studio. More classes again there in 2015.
Please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to be sent class info for 2015.
Yoga has been acknowledged by the health industry as a valid aid to enhance overall health and wellbeing. It is the oldest and most trusted subject on personal development and is the science of life. Yoga has realistic solutions that aid your journey back to good health by learning the Yoga Practices taught in the classes and workshops.
See the classes page for all class info and workshops.. Classes are held at our New Norwood Studio and Tea Tree Gully.
Spirit of Yoga School endeavours to follow the eigth fold path or eight limbs of Yoga of Pantanjali.
Yamas/Nyamas - Moral codes/personal diciplines
Asana/Postures - Physcial practices
Pranayama - Breath flow and balance
Pratyahara - Withdrawal of the senses
Daharana - concentration
Dyhana - meditation
Samadhi- Supreme bliss.
Cathie McGill is the principle teacher with over fourteen years teaching experience and on-going learning. Incorporating principles from Hatha Yoga, Buddhist and western philisophical teachings. She is also a Reconnective Healing Practitioner and is avaialable for Reconnective healing sessions in person and distance.
Namaste - "I honour the place in you in which the entire universe dwells"
"I honour the place in you which is of love, of truth, light & peace"
"When you are in that place in you and I am in that place in me....
We Are One"
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What can yoga do for you?
The overall outcome of Yoga Practice is to restore, rejuvenate and re-unite the physical body with the internal source known as self (Atman), spirit or nature. In doing this the physical body becomes stronger the mind still, you return to wholeness.
The body has its own unique healing system. Through the Yoga practices the bodies energy lines known as nadis are activated and balanced. This encourages the body to begin returning to perfect health and harmony.
Meditation and mindfulness are important in understanding the obstacles of the mind and how to overcome these
obstacles. These practices take us deeper to the understanding of who we are.
Once you have established an on-going practice you will acheive the following.
"to the mind that is still, the whole universe surrenders"