benefits of yoga

 
 

Private Yoga benefits first time yogi’s to:

  • Learn the fundamental alignment of yoga poses

  • Build a safe practice

  • Work with injuries (back, knees, wrists, shoulders, hips)

  • Practice in the comfort of your own home, at an ideal time

  • Explore advanced poses (inversions, backbends, arm balances) safely, in your own time

While experienced practitioners will:

  • Learn creative sequencing

  • Build strength and flexibility to move your practice forward

  • Work with injuries and limitations to speed the healing process and get you back on the mat

Therapeutic Yoga Benefits:

  • Injuries - rotator cuff, back, wrists including carpal tunnel syndrome, hip replacements.

  • Pre/post surgical procedures

  • Diagnosed Medical Conditions (Osteo and rheumatoid arthritis, anxiety, depression, IBS and /or skin conditions aggravated by stress)

  • Stress & Anxiety

Athletes can benefit from:

  • A tailored sequence that supports your athletic practice

  • Accelerated healing of injuries

  • Injury prevention

  • Keeping tissues supple

New teachers can learn:

  • Creative sequencing techniques

  • How to teach advanced poses such as arm balances, inversions and backbends safely

  • How to cater general classes for pregnant woman, or those with injures (rotator cuff, lower back concerns)

Yoga in the Workplace helps:

  • Look after your staff by getting them up and away from the computer

  • Foster staff relationships

  • Decrease stress in the workplace

  • Re-energise the work environment

Family Yoga benefits:

  • Pre & post natal

  • Mums n bubs

  • Dad and Teens

  • Senior family members

  • Every member of the family - fur babies included!

  • The family as a whole - either by practicing together, or taking time out for your own practice

Event Yoga’s great for:

  • Weekend retreats

  • Hens parties

  • Girls getaways

  • Team building exercises

  • Work place & corporate events

  • School events

Vinyasa Yoga Will:

  • Strengthen and lengthen muscular tissue

  • Challenge body and mind with dynamic sequencing

  • Encourage stress relief through movement and breath

Yin Yoga will:

  • Aid in the lengthening and releasing of connective tissue (cartilage, fascia and musculature)

  • Decrease stress and encourage relaxation through longer held poses (3-5 minutes) supported by props when needed