yoga, acroyoga, workshop, adelaide, yogagarage

Come join in this high flying weekend of acroyoga fun. Suitable for all levels, learn to flip, fly, spin, and play in a fun new way. No matter what your experience is you will be challenged in a way that is appropriate for you. We will be starting at the basics, disecting movement and body mechanics to allow everyone to move and flow with ease. We’ll then layer and build allowing you to begin to move in ways you didn’t imagine. Finally, we’ll begin to play with creative process and intuitive flow.
We will build a safe and supportive space to allow everyone a fun and transformative experience. Come alone, with a partner, or with all of your friends.

When: Saturday 30th April & Sunday 1st May 2016
10am – 1pm & 3pm – 6pm BOTH DAYS

Where: YOGA GARAGE, Belair Community Centre;
1 Burnell Drive, Belair SA 5052

Cost: $230 (early bird) $250 (after 1st March)

Bookings: contact Karen Gunter @ YOGA GARAGE

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0403 198964


Check out Kaelyn’s AMAZING website here:

Kaelyn is a certified Acro Revolution teacher and has completed the Bossy Flyer Teacher training. She grew up as a competitive gymnast and coached gymnastics at various gymnastics training centers throughout her college career.
Outside of AcroYoga, Kaelyn is a Certified Occupational Therapist and Bodyworker. She utilizes her training of anatomy and body mechanics to allow others to move with ease. Her teachings emphasize technique, communication, trust, and safety, and ensure that all participants will find an appropriate challenge, feel supported, and have fun. Her main focus in both her own practice and her teaching is on creative process, movement exploration and flow, dance lifts, hand to hand, and pops.

Kaelyn has taught in more than 30 US states as well as internationally, and is very excited to be coming to Adelaide to share her love of Acro with you all. She is available for private lessons in handstands, yoga, therapeutic yoga, acroyoga, acropeutics, or basic tumbling. Please email [email protected] with any questions, concerns, or to schedule a private lesson

Fermenting for Happy Hormones

Kirsty Wirth: Kultured Wellness
Fermenting for Happy Hormones with Kultured Wellness

Fermenting for Happy Hormones

Join us on Saturday 24th October from 12.30pm – 2.30pm at YOGA GARAGE 

Kirsty Wirth from Kultured Wellness will be back at Yoga Garage with a special hormone balancing master class.
Did you know that a lot of your hormones are made in your gut and that the food you eat affects how they operate in your body?
Learn how to make simple, delicious hormone-balancing foods that are also great for your gut. Find out how difficulty sleeping, weight gain, anxiety, irritability, depression or even lack of motivation can begin to be addressed by simply looking at what you’re putting into your body.
Kirsty is a gut microbiome expert with a passion for functional fermented nutrition. As a busy mum, she developed the Kultured Wellness probiotic culture starters as a simple way to be able to make therapeutic fermented foods at home.
Come along to share in Kirsty’s wealth of knowledge, sample some delicious hormone-balancing foods and take home your own starter culture valued at $40.
Where: YOGA GARAGE, 1 Burnell Drive, Belair (Belair Community Centre)
When: Saturday 24th October, 12.30pm – 2.30pm
Cost: $50 (includes starter culture valued at $40)
Bookings essential
inquiries: [email protected]


Why Practice Yoga?

Why Practice Yoga?

What types of people do yoga? What brought you to this practice? Why do you keep stepping on the mat?
All types of people do yoga – young and old, short and tall, slim and large, stiff and flexible, men and women. I started youngish (18), to help manage chronic knee pain.
We all come to yoga for different reasons.
Some people come because they are injured and can’t do their normal training (and soon discover how wonderful the practice is), many people come to ease depression and anxiety, some people come to yoga so they might build strength (that was me), of course people come to lengthen out tight and short muscles.
In short yoga appeals to:
Athletes: enhancing their performance and minimizing risk of injury.
Students: increasing focus, decreasing stress and anxiety.
Parents: Hey – kids are stressful sometimes (yes let’s admit it…. ) This practice can help parents embrace the patience & understanding needed and also connect to a sense of self – some time to spend just on them. (we do need to fill the bank – not just empty it)
Community: A sense of community or belonging is a basic need along with shelter and food.  Being a part of a regular yoga class can give us a sense of community and belonging. We share in the challenges and the joys of practice together and feel closer because of that shared experience
Sufferers:  Back pain? Trouble sleeping?  Anxiety?  Depression? Hip pain? Headaches?  Low energy? These are just some of the reasons that we find ourselves on the mat. Often people come to yoga to help fix some type of physical pain, but also energetic or mental disturbance or imbalance.
What health benefits are there for people doing yoga both in the short and long term?
Short term – even one yoga class is better than none.  We take the opportunity to actually take notice of what’s happening in our body. Maybe even learn tools to help us in daily life. To be accepting, patient, kind, to think and act without forceful action – and maybe even stretch out and build strength as well!
Long term – All that and more! Our bodies and minds become resilient – strong, flexible, aware. Our joints remain in better shape – more fluid and lubricated, our immune system is stronger, digestion is improved (dis  – ease in the digestive system can express itself as disease in the body), we sleep better – which restores all of our bodies systems.  Our brain is sharp, focused and uncluttered.
Why do you step on the mat? Share your experience with us in the comment box below


Adelaide AcroYoga Master Sessions: Style & Flow with Daniel Scott

Adelaide AcroYoga Community hosts Daniel Scott at YOGA GARAGE
Adelaide AcroYoga Community hosts Daniel Scott at YOGA GARAGE
AcroYoga Master Sessions with Daniel Scott

Daniel Scott, world-infamous AcroYogi provocateur, is coming to Adelaide for the first time!

This mad scientist does things a little differently, so prepare to gain a whole new perspective.

Beginner or beyond, the same rule applies: In order to get good, you’ve got to get better. Edges will be pushed and polished.

Bases will fly, flyers will base, and everyone is going to learn to spot high-level awesomeness!

The Elements of Style: Get GOOD
Weekend Session 1: Saturday

The Master Sessions will grow organically. Foundations of balance and connection will be established. Bone-stacking redefined. High-level spotting skills honed. Beginners to Acrobatic Movement will be challenged. Intermediate and advanced practitioners will also burn with satisfaction.

Focus: Exploration of partner movement through gravity, weight distribution, and partner connection.
Skills Tested: Smooth entry/exit into/out of fundamental positions in pursuit of higher-level flow, Anatomical Balancing, Proprioceptive Acuity.

Don’t know what any of this means? Good. You will!

You should be able to base or fly these moves:

The Fundamentals of Flow: Get BETTER
Weekend session 2: Sunday

You’ve gotten good. You’re getting better. Now it’s time to GET AWESOME! This session focuses on the finer details of creative collaboration through shared movement. We’ll work on high level flows, washing machines, and transitions, as well as daily calibrations to keep your high-performance engines running smooth.

Suggested pre-reqs:

Not all yogis are created equal. Daniel Scott is one of them.

Offering a fresh alternative to the traditional “yoga voice”, Daniel Scott’s classes are mix balance and improv, strength and flexibility, breath and body. Daniel focuses strongly on moving into postures, not through them. A globally renowned ashtanga-vinyasa teacher and Certified Level 2 AcroYoga instructor, he enjoys barefoot running, street art, good coffee, large quantities, and great qualities. Deeply dedicated to sharing in the immense journey from self-conscious to self-aware, this yogi provocateur strives to answer the ever-present question: Are you moving, or being moved?

When: Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th February 2015
10am – 1pm & 3pm – 6pm BOTH DAYS

Where: YOGA GARAGE, Belair Community Centre;
1 Burnell Drive, Belair SA 5052

Cost: $230 (early bird) $250 (after Dec 31st)

Bookings: contact Karen Gunter @ YOGA GARAGE you can view the event here

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0403 198964