For many people practising yoga is a wonderful way to increase strength and work on flexibility. It can be energising, calming, and a good way to be physically active.
Some people find yoga postures challenging and difficult to do, due to physical limitations. Some try yoga but don’t continue because they develop pain and injury. People can find that they get some benefits from yoga practise but feel that they want to achieve more and are not sure how to go about it.
The Alexander Technique can be used to improve coordination to make yoga practice safer. It can be used to modify postures to suit the needs of each individual student, including those with pain and injury. And applying the Alexander Technique to yoga helps people to work on improving their overall coordination and posture.
Jane Azul is a qualified Alexander Technique Teacher and Yoga Teacher. She has had many years experience teaching Alexander Technique Yoga to a wide range of students, including people with pre-existing injuries and conditions.
Jane offers Alexander Yoga workshops in Bendigo. They are small group sessions, with a focus on learning how to apply Alexander Technique principles to yoga postures. You will be guided to move into yoga postures with more ease and learn how to modify postures to suit your individual needs.
Sessions are suitable for people with all levels of experience with yoga, including newcomers. You can attend as many sessions as you want throughout the year. You will be able to take what you learn from these sessions back to your regular yoga class or home practice, where applicable.
Sessions are held at Yoga Hara, 1A King Street Bendigo (near the corner of Mitchell Street, upstairs).
Cost $40 per session
Places are limited
10-12am Saturday mornings.
The final yoga session this year will take place on November 3.
To book into the session or find out more, contact Jane:
0423 693 695
Jane’s yoga classes in 2019 will take place at Crusoeden Body, 76 Church Street, Kangaroo Flat.
Sessions are scheduled for Friday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Friday evening Yoga, 2019.
6.20 – 7.20pm
Saturday morning Yoga, 2019.
10.45am – 12.15pm
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