By Appointment | Mon-Fri | 7am - 7pm

0409 522 521

Kirrawee Clinic

By Appointment | Mon-Fri | 7am - 7pm

0409 522 521

Kirrawee Clinic

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Styles

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    Instructor: Alberta Mitchell

    Hatha

    Hatha Yoga can help you strengthen your body by staying focused on a regular and stable breath. Hatha Yoga classes are designed to smooth and calm your mind, body, and spirit and to prepare you for meditation.

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    Instructor: Lillie Fleming, Ann Doherty

    Vinyasa

    Vinyasa Yoga is a vigorous class consisting of asana practice to strenghten body and mind. Vinyasa means ‘connection of movement and breath’. Through a creative series of asanas the teacher prepares you for more challenging poses.

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    Instructor: Ann Lyons, Lillie Fleming

    Yin

    Yin is one of the yoga styles which joins together all the aspects of Hatha Yoga, Taoist philosophy, the Chinese medicine's conception of the meridians, and Buddhist methods of meditation. Yin classes positively influence the whole body, inside and out.

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    Instructor: Peter Alvarado

    Ashtanga

    Ashtanga Yoga is an active, physically difficult practice of breath and movement synchronization to generate an inner heat produced to clean the body. This form of yoga is a perfect way to build strength and tone the whole organism. Get ready to perspire profusely because of quick movements.

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    Instructor: Emily Stone

    Prenatal Yoga

    Prenatal Yoga is a special yoga practice designed for expectant women. This style can help would-be-mothers to get in touch with their babies emotionally and physically. Prenatal Yoga will assist them in becoming more flexible during the pregnancy and after the delivery.

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    Instructor: Peter Alvarado

    Meditation

    Numerous scientific researches show the advantages of meditation on the emotional, physical, and mental levels. Daily meditations show the improved functioning of the nervous system, physical changes in the brain, enhanced creativity, and greater overall health.