Term 4 October 15 - December 4, 2020.
COVID Safety information
Please bring all your own equipment
Mats will be spaced 1.5m apart
THURSDAYS-Blackwood Uniting Church
The benefits of slow yoga include:
- Develop resilience in the nervous system
- Practice mindfulness skills
- Free the respiratory system for ease-ful breathing
- Find strength and stamina in the physical body
- Find body acceptance and contentment
10:15-11:45am -Extra Slow Yoga
Suitable for seniors, or those wanting longer relaxations.
Includes gentle somatic based movements suitable for injury management.
Day Time classes are part of the Uniting Church Community Program, please contact the Church for up to date costs.
7pm -8.30pm Building Resilience and Well-being with Slow, Mindful Yoga
When the Japanese mend broken pottery, they accentuate the repairs with gold, enhancing the beauty and strength of the object. This is the practice of Kintsugi.
Yoga resilience and well-being practices are like gold for humans! Slow, mindful yoga practices strengthen and enhance our bodies and minds allowing us to grow and even flourish through adversity.
All of us as humans experience stress and physical and emotional crisis from time to time. As humans, we are constantly challenged with stressful events. Many of us are experiencing trauma from recent fires, or anxiety about climate change, or dealing with the challenges of aging or the global pandemic.
These classes emphasise building physical strength as well as emotional and mental strength through a variety of asana (yoga poses), pranayama (breathing) practices and mindful meditation practices.
TERM 4, 2020
EVENING CLASSES - Spring Salutations
8 WEEKS $95
Casual class pass $17 or $15 concession
Banksia Yoga/Maureen Germein
BSB: 805 050
A/C No: 90153357
For any other information please email or phone 0437 389 186
You can also Join the Slow Yoga Movement Online at Facebook (Self Care September Private group) or You tube