The Prana Room Yoga Studio is a wellness venue in the heart of Cronulla. A collective of experienced, well regarded
teachers of Yoga, Pilates and Meditation share their unique styles and knowledge. At The Prana Room, we believe that yoga is for every body; regardless of your age, ability, size or shape, yoga is for you. No matter what your level of experience, our teachers will guide you through your yoga practice offering individual attention and plenty of support. A diverse choice of yoga classes are offered at the Prana room: Vinyasa Flow, Yin & Restorative Yoga, Kundalini, Gentle Hatha Yoga, Flow & Restore, Pregnancy/ Prenatal Yoga, Beginners, Rise & Shine Yoga, Relaxation and Meditation classes. The Prana Room Yoga Studio has a warm and friendly vibe, situated in Cronulla's Historic Lionel Ayers Building. Come and practice Yoga, Pilates and Meditation amongst the antique pillars, or contemplate the ornate plastered ceilings framed by etheral white walls and windows open to the ocean air. Overlooking Surf Road Cronulla, this yoga space creates a welcoming venue.
I have just built up my timetable to a full a full spectrum. Besides offering loving prenatal and restorative as well
as dynamic postnatal yoga classes; I also have Meditation, General Hatha Yoga or Dynami Vinyasa classes as well as Restorative ones. Please check out my website for details: www.yogilicious.com.au
Postnatal and prenatal yoga that is both invigorating, centering and inspiring.
Each class is sequenced with loving consideration of your body, mind and general mood on the day.
Being a mum myself x 2, a lot of my expertise comes from my own experience of what feels good and what doesn't feel so good at the time .... but feels wonderful after.
With me you will travel through pregnancy with ease, prepare for birth and mentally adapt to this massive change.
Postpartum I will guide you though the explosion of feelings, both good and bad, teach you coping techniques and most of all find your body back and tighten all those loose bits that somehow came undone.
Anjani Helen Gregoriou is a holistic Ayurvedic Health & Lifestyle consultant, Yoga Instructor, Energy Healer & Writer.
Anjani's unique retreats offer Yoga, Ayurveda, guided healing meditations and transformation in stunning sacred global locations.
Retreat programs are specifically designed for your needs and can include Ayurveda and Yoga daily practices, Spiritual Empowerment & Transformation programs, Health & Wellness Programs and Kirtan Sacred Transformational Music workshops.
We are the first and the best authentic yoga studio in Bankstown, Sydney South West area. We offer authentic yoga experience
for a very competitive price in a very comfortable studio. We are located in a central location in Bankstown within walking distance from the Bankstown station in Sydney South West, New South Wales, Australia. Our address Unit 39, 256-258 Chapel Road South, Bankstown, Sydney NSW 2200. Our website http://www.ripinayoga.com.au. Pay us a visit and amaze yourself. We service Bankstown and other surrounding suburbs
YOGA TEACHER TRAINING -
Next round commencing June 2015 - contact email@example.com to express your interest!
WE ARE.... Our main passion is for Vinyasa Yoga which gives us the freedom to creatively express ourselves and what we consider to be the essence of Yoga as we link breath with Movement and with Intention, celebrating the joy of life and the wisdom of Yoga as a life style.
Our classes are physically challenging and spiritually uplifting as we always draw back to the meaning , the source and the Philosophy of Yoga and realize just how relevant they all are to our lives today.
At the end of the class you will leave feeling in harmony in your body, your mind and in your soul.
WHAT DOES SUKHA MUKHA MEAN?
Sukha is joyous, happy, blissed and Mukha is ‘face’, hence; Happy Face Yoga
I was looking for a name that will present what I believe yoga is and should be. Going through many different names and Sanskrit terms I was blessed to have Jasmine, my teacher from NYC come to teach in Sydney and during her workshop she kept saying “bring some Sukha to your Mukha’. It took me a few times of hearing it to be able to translate it in my brain and I immidiately knew in my heart that was the name I have been waiting for.
This is how Sukha Mukha Yoga was born into this world.