Join us for 2 hours of deliciously nourishing yin practice and finish class with hydrating nourishing cold pressed juice by Juice Institute.
Our New Years Tune up practice is an opportunity for you to purify from the holidays, move your body, focus your mind and create intentions for the New Year. For many of us in the yogasphere, the New Year is just a continuation of the work we have already been doing. As yoga practitioners this is a great time to make a recommitment to our practice, let go of what no longer serves us and create a great foundation for the year ahead.
In this 2 hour all levels Yin practice we’ll focus on supporting all of our bodies systems in a nourishing cycle that will leave you feeling refreshed and renewed.
Sunday 13th January 2019, 10am – 12pm
YOGA GARAGE, Belair Community Centre, 1 Burnell drive, Belair
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL – so we can have your freshly pressed juice ready!!
Tickets including 2 hour practice and 500ml cold pressed juice $37 + booking fees.
You can purchase your Tune up Pass at the Studio too! PLEASE BRING YOUR MAT, BOLSTER, BLANKET AND BLOCK
(some props available at the studio – let us know if you’d like us to put some aside for you)
We’re excited to be working with the Juice Instituteto rehydrate and nourish after class. Juice Institute Cold Pressed Juice is pressed and poured by hand right here in Belair South Australia. Their juices are incredibly nutritious, delicious, with brilliant colour and rich aromas, always served in glass bottles and supporting local suppliers. It truly is wellness in a bottle. 100% raw plant goodness. YUM! We’re proud to be supporting a new local business you can check out Juice Institute HERE
Don’t hesitate to contact Karen if you have any questions
ph. 0403 198964 email. [email protected] Looking forward to sharing this lovely New Years practice with you, much metta Karen
This class is suitable for older adults who want to proactively manage the challenges of aging, protect themselves from injury, and feel more relaxed and confident.
Our focus will be to build and maintain strength, mobility and balance in the body whilst calming the nervous system and steadying the mind, leading to better sleep and improved digestion.
Ten Good Reasons to Practice Yoga
Yoga is for everyone: young or old, male or female, healthy or sick. Yoga can always be adapted to your individual needs, whatever your circumstances.
Even if you are facing many challenges in your life, it is easy to start doing yoga and you will experience instant benefits, such as stress relief. Furthermore, once you begin to practice regularly, yoga will help you live your life with renewed positivity and enthusiasm.
Yoga is safe. When practiced properly (with an awareness of your physical limitations) it is a completely harmless form of exercise.
Yoga needs no special equipment. While there are a few props that might make your practice more comfortable, the only thing you really need in order to do yoga is you.
Yoga both tones the respiratory system and helps you to breathe more fully, deeply and easily (thus increasing your oxygen intake), which in turn, will improve your physical and mental wellbeing.
Yoga improves the efficiency of your body systems, aiding digestion, the assimilation of nutrients and the elimination of toxins.
Yoga improves the quality of your sleep so that, when you wake up, you feel refreshed and full of vitality.
Yoga gives you energy and helps you channel your energy effectively so that you don’t waste it on tension, stress and negativity.
Through practising yoga techniques, you experience a genuine sense of outward tranquillity, which eventually helps you to achieve a deep state of inner peace too.
Yoga is FUN!
WHEN COMING TO YOGA……………………..
Wear loose, comfortable & stretchy clothes that enable you to move easily. Remove your watch and any jewellery.
Go barefoot – this gives you a sense of close contact with the ground and allows the muscles in your feet to operate freely.
It is best to practice on an empty stomach, leave at least 1.5hours after a meal before coming to practice. (If that’s not possible – have something light & easy to digest)
A yoga mat is helpful but not essential; you may like to bring a towel or a blanket.
Yoga is not supposed to hurt! You must be constantly observant and mindful of how you are feeling during class. If you feel unsettled or exhausted during your practice, perhaps you are pushing yourself too hard. Be a little kinder to yourself.
How to Join
Anyone is welcome to join the class. If you have questions about your fitness to join or are worried about anything, contact Karen on 0403 198 964 or get clearance from your doctor.
When: Wednesdays 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm from 9th May – 6th June Where: Yoga Garage, Belair Community Centre, 1 Burnell Drive, Belair Cost: 5 week course $70 (casual classes can be arranged, contact Karen)
This workshop will teach participants techniques to give themselves a full body massage just about anywhere, anytime, using official Yoga Tune Up brand therapy balls.
Have muscle tension from overuse or poor postural habits?
Run out of time to book a massage when you really need one?
Not look after your own body enough because of financial constraints?
This workshop will show you Yin Yoga techniques and Roll Model® therapy ball methods to release tension through the whole body. We will release fascia through the upper body (face, neck and shoulders, chest and arms, abdominals), upper and lower back, and lower body (glutes, legs and feet). This is perfect for anyone carrying tension around their neck and shoulders from posture, work stress, sports and new mums, and those with sore backs and legs from training for winter sports. GET TICKETS
Release knots and trigger points to instantly relieve tension
Use long hold stretches (yin yoga) to further release the myofascia
Learn a complete, whole body massage from head to toe that you can use to “tune up” and maintain your body
Why the Yoga Tune Up brand therapy balls?
These rubber balls are designed specifically for massage – the rubber yields to mold around bony prominences, they also grip (unlike a tennis ball) to allow for grab and shear around the tissue and fascia layers, and they responsive having both spring and give with body weight and pressure. Balls can access precise trigger points and navigate hard to reach tissues at the joint junctions better than a traditional foam roller, and are a portable travel companion to keep you pain free on the road.
We will use Yoga Tune Up balls as a massage tool as well as yoga props to support us through this practice, which can be made as gentle as you wish. I will have a variety of other equipment on hand for those that prefer a gentler (or firmer) option. Students that find floor therapy ball work painful will have the option to do techniques against the wall, which allows the student better pressure control, or using softer balls.
Our session will end with a 20 minute yoga nidra meditation to leave you floating in bliss after your full body massage experience.
“My name is Stewart. I am the least flexible participant in your yoga class today!! Cyclist with thigh/glute strain. Thanks so much for today’s class. While not wanting to overstate it, my body and post the class, my mind, felt liberated after doing Yin. I have enjoyed all your classes, but the Yin today was just the tonic,
Stewart Caust” (Therapy Ball/Yin class participant – Jan 2017).
“I bought massage balls a few months back and had been playing about with them. However, once I was in Deanne’s class I realised that I was only using them to a fraction of their potential! She explained everything very concisely and made it easy to follow where the balls should be placed. I learned lots of new techniques and feel the confidence to use them everyday in my own practice. Thanks so much Deanne! Xx” – Claire Nisbett, October 2017
“I have weekly massage for chronic pain, learning how to do it myself or even paying to come to a workshop each week would save me money. It also means whenever I have a flare I can treat myself” – Sarah, December 2017
“After completing the Therapy Ball Workshop I felt amazing! As a Massage Therapist I have attended a few similar events but this one really excelled. I was impressed with the content in the workshop and how it was demonstrated to be done at home in your own time. Deanne presented the workshop beautifully and I would completely recommend you invest in your body and experience one of her upcoming workshops” – Kristy Jenkinson, September 2017
Please note that workshops tickets are not refundable but are transferable to another guest.
$40 2 hour workshop
$35 (BYO Yoga Tune Up ball)
$60 workshop + Yoga Tune Up ball
We will end our massage with a yoga nidra session for a full relaxation experience.
Wear loose, comfortable clothing/gym gear, no yoga experience required. Check out the Facebook event for updates.
Deanne combines her anatomy knowledge from her career as a health professional, as well as her massage training and over 20 years of yoga experience to create yoga sequences for athletes, utilising therapy ball work to release trigger points and knots. She works with several sports teams as well as holding regular Therapy Ball and Yin Yoga workshops for the general public to teach students techniques that they can easily do at home. Deanne is one of 3 Australian Roll Model® Method certified practitioners, authorized to use the Roll Model® brand methods and products. She also loves the vigorous practice of Ashtanga yoga, a practice she has been dedicated to for over 10 years and teaches beginners courses in this style of yoga.