Our beginner yoga course is designed for people who are true beginners to yoga. We don’t expect you to have any particular level of fitness or flexibility. We start at the beginning to give you the best opportunity to understand and get ‘hooked on yoga’. The course is also ideal for easing yourself back into yoga if you have had a break or are new to the Iyengar Yoga method.
The course will introduce you to standing poses, twists and gentle back and forward bends with a focus on the foundation of each pose and how this generates energy throughout the body. Each class finishes with relaxation.
The eight weeks is aimed at giving you a taste of yoga - to inspire you to develop a yoga practice. Most students feel the difference within the first couple of classes, commenting that they feel taller or more buoyant or that their mind is clearer or simply that they sleep well after every class.
Our courses do book out as we attract students from neighbouring suburbs to Fairfield, including: Alphington, Northcote, Preston and Heidelberg.
Register today and discover how yoga can transform you!
|Sunday||10:00 - 11:30 AM||Rachel||Starts||19-June|
|Tuesday||7:30 - 9:00 PM||Graeme||Starts||21-June|
|Wednesday||6:30 - 8:00 PM||Vivienne||Starts||22-June|
|Sunday||10:00 - 11:30 AM||Rachel||Starts||21-August|
|Tuesday||7:30 - 9:00 PM||Graeme||Starts||23-August|
|Wednesday||6:30 - 8:00 PM||Vivienne||Starts||24-August|
Vivienne is the founder and director of Luna Yoga. She was introduced to yoga in 1990 on a small island in Thailand. After a week of early morning classes she intuitively knew that yoga would become a large part of her life. On returning home she discovered the Iyengar Yoga method. It offered her a complete yoga practice with vast challenges.
Graeme comes from a back ground in martial arts in London for 12 years before fate and luck placed him on his yoga path. He has always been drawn to Eastern Philosophies and has traveled and practiced in India.
Rachel’s love of yoga started in Christchurch, New Zealand and followed her to London and then Melbourne. As a research scientist she was attracted to the “science” of Iyengar Yoga. Initially, the yoga asanas (poses) didn’t come naturally but when she started teacher training in 2004 she utilised the techniques that Mr Iyengar has given us (props, sequencing and timings) to experiment with her body.
Luna Yoga is located at St Paul’s. 86A Station Street. Fairfield Vic 3078.
A historic building with an ethereal atmosphere created by cathedral ceilings and beams of sunlight filtering through the stained glass windows onto freshly polished floorboards. It is a fully equipped yoga studio that offers an intimate and supportive environment to begin or further your yoga practice.