Evening Yoga – Every Wednesday
Wednesday 14 August, 2019 - Wednesday 07 October, 2020
These evening yoga classes alternate weekly between Restorative & Hatha Yoga, always concluding with Yoga Nidra.
Join us onsite every Wednesday Evening from 4:00-5:30pm.
Please RSVP before 1pm on the day of the event by email or by phone on 03 525 9887.
Please ensure to bring lots of layers with you due to the higher altitude. A carpool option from Clifton Crossroads is available for Koha.
This class is by donation/koha. Donate online here.
Restorative Yoga focuses on poses that induce a state of relaxation including those that nourish the adrenal glands, which are responsible for managing the stress hormones. It is a nurturing practise of surrender, inner awareness and stillness, supporting you into relaxation. This practice is gentler, slower and has a deeper focus on the breath.
Hatha Yoga activates all of the body systems. It specifically deals with practices intended for body purification. Hatha Yoga works to establish harmony between opposing forces and balance Prana (energy) in the body.
Yoga Nidra is the profound, yet simple practice of ‘yogic sleep’. The mind is gradually trained to connect into tranquility effortlessly. Yoga Nidra systematically releases tension experienced in the muscles, the breath, and the nervous system. Ultimately the practice works directly on the mind to release impressions from the past and anxieties about the future.
Read more about Hatha Yoga
Check out our blogposts: ‘5 Different ways to Cleanse & Detoxify with Yoga’ and ‘Yoga & Purification’
Read more about Restorative Yoga
Read more about Yoga Nidra
Check out our blogposts ‘The Power of Yoga Nidra in Crisis’ and ‘From Panic to Peace, How Yoga Nidra Changed my Life’
Anahata Specialist Teachers
Anahata Teachers – we have an ever-changing group of visiting and resident teachers at Anahata. All are well trained and knowledgeable in their field, and they will lead you through this retreat in a respectful and gentle manner, inspiring you to go deeper and explore what you find.