mooncycleNature’s Rhythm Yoga is based on traditional Hatha yoga and comprised of four themed classes that attune you to the Moon’s cycle. With the elements of nature, the classes will take you into the flow and you will be guided to tune in to the rhythm of what make up the whole of our existence.

Andrea teaches yoga that demonstrates the principles of movement, develops awareness of the elements (Earth, Water, Fire, Air) and re-aligns the chakras (energy centres) for a holistic approach.

The experiential Nature’s Rhythm Yoga, at a personal level can be a catalyst for transformation. It brings grounded empowerment to the personality and a deep connection to our authentic self, our divine essence, for overall well-being.

The small classes are limited to 4 people only. Each class concludes with a sound journey, using sound healing chimes, that work at a deep cellular level, an incredible and a wonderful way to completely integrate.

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BoxingYoga™
is a yoga-based training system to support fighters, athletes and anyone with an active lifestyle; improving mental and physical strength and flexibility to prevent injury, maximise performance and maintain optimal health

It was born with a vision to create the perfect collaboration between two legendary disciplines, founded and fine-tuned by two industry experts: Total Boxer founder Matt Garcia and contemporary dancer Kaiza Ekberg.

This fabulous fusion was created to explore a boxer’s strengths and weaknesses alongside those of a yogi, ultimately resulting in common ground for a new, contemporary style.

Everyone from rock stars to nurses are coming along to tackle innovative sequences like the newly infamous “Boxing Warrior Flow”.  Give it a go and reap the benefits of what BoxingYoga™ has to offer.

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IMG_6661Wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers suitable for Yoga, bring a water bottle and your yoga mat.

I am passionate about sharing what I know through my various studies around health and well-being.  I like assisting people to feel better about themselves, and to reach their full potential for living happier and healthier lives.  My aim is to support others in making conscious choices that empower the actions needed to reach their personal goals.  The choices that are made today will mark our future and the future of humanity, and my motivation comes from a deep desire for those who have forgotten, or feel lost, to once again remember, the heart-centred recognition of one another, from the truth of their own being.

From the inner realms you can exchange self-sabotaging for self-supporting tendencies. Remember, reconnect to source and heal the relationship with your self – then all will work out well. We must love ourselves first and foremost.

Are you ready to commit to your transformational wellbeing goals and willing to take the steps towards your aspirations?

FAQs

  1. What do I need to begin? Your body, your mind and bit of curiosity
  2. What should I wear? Loose comfortable clothing or exercise leggings, no shoes or socks. Grip socks are ok
  3. How close to a class can I eat? What can I eat? Eat something light 1 hour before but no heavy foods
  4. What does Hatha Yoga mean? It’s a powerful tool for self-transformation which helps us bring attention to the breath to still the fluctuations of the mind, being more present in the moment
  5. I’m not flexible, can I practise yoga? People come to yoga to become flexible, prevent injuries because they are not flexible. You are a perfect candidate for yoga!
  6. How is yoga different to stretching? Yoga is unique because we connect movement of body, fluctuations of the mind to the rhythm of our breath
  7. I’m religious will yoga affect my beliefs? Yoga is not a religion. It is a philosophy written 5,000 years ago in a scripture called the Yoga Sutras. These provide a framework for spiritual growth and mastery over the physical and mental body and although it interweaves philosophies from Hinduism and Buddhism it is not necessary to study those paths or surrender your own beliefs.
  8. How many times a week should I practise? Yoga is amazing, even 1 hour a week is sufficient to experience the benefits. If you can do more than this, you will benefit even more. It is suggested to start with 2-3 times per week for 1 hour but if you can only do 20 minutes then this is fine too.

Look at the calendar below for the dates on which these classes run.