Class Description

Prenatal Yoga live online 

Prenatal Yoga classes specifically designed for the journey of pregnancy. Curated to be a therapeutic blend of bodywork, breath and meditation, interweaving childbirth education, Prenatal Yoga will physically and mentally prepare you for birth. There is a focus on active birth techniques, relaxation as well as wisdom and knowledge that will support you through each stage of your pregnancy and birthing journey. Linking yoga postures with the breath will lead you to new discoveries, bringing awareness to the mind, body and spirit.

The intention is to instill you with the courage, confidence and trust to combine comprehensive understanding together with your instinct and intuition when birthing your baby. Our teacher, Sue Lee brings in over 20 years of experience in specialised bodywork therapies, natural health modalities and a passion for working with expectant mothers. She has trained with many renowned experts in the field of pre and postnatal therapy, bodywork and yoga. Our classes can be joined anytime after the first trimester.

We are now able to be back in the studio, places are strictly limited and we ask that you are completely well when attending class  

Mums & Bubs Yoga In person

Next course starts July 16th live at Mana 

We are now full for this course, if you are interested please 

email me at manahealthpractice@gmail.com and we can potentially set up a second class 

Mums and bubs yoga is a weekly space to fill your own well and re-centre. The practice supports mother and baby bonding and is a way to spend time with other mums in your area. The practice focuses on strengthening and stabilising the core and pelvic floor, and opening the shoulders and upper back.


At any time you are welcome to attend to your baby by rocking, feeding or changing them in the studio. Each class completes with a guided relaxation and short, seated meditation. 

The class is suitable to attend anytime from 6 weeks after a vaginal birth and 8 to 10 weeks after a Caesarean birth. After a Caesarean, please confirm with your midwife or your GP/OB to make sure that your body has began to heal enough that you can safely practice yoga. You are welcome to continue until your baby is at trotting age

Dynamic Hatha Yoga Online  

In-person & Online Dynamic Hatha Yoga Casual Class

Thursday 6:15pm - 7:45pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

 

In this class you will receive experienced teaching and delve into all aspects of yoga from the physical to the spiritual.

My intention for this new Dynamic Hatha Yoga class is to nurture a community of students who are sincere in learning more about yoga and deepening both their asana and spiritual practice based on non-dual Tantra teachings and practices.

This class is for intermediate or more advanced stages of practice as we will regularly delve into inversions, backbends and balancing poses as well as chanting scared mantras, pranayama, meditation and view teachings/contemplations!

Cultivating a healthy and strong body is a necessary aspect of the path so expect rich teaching cues that will help guide you to experience all asanas in their fullness, whilst making space for your individual ability and body type. 

And if you are not quite there yet with your asana or spiritual practice, I encourage you to first attend at least three or four beginner courses with me prior to joining this class!

 

Due to COVID restriction, in-person classes are capped at six. You can also attend online as all class will be livestreamed through Zoom. Both the 3 and 5 class pass can be used in-person and online.

 

Booking link: https://www.yogaharihealing.com/yoga/dynamic-hatha-yoga-casual-class/

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130 Plenty Road, Preston, VIC 3072, Australia, 

Email: manahealthpractice@gmail.com

Tel: +61 401 283 197

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