My first yoga class left me feeling as if I had leapt down the rabbit hole into another world and was likely, at any moment, to bump into the Mad Hatter and the Doormouse settling in to sukhasana pose in a leafy forrest glade. Despite a lifetime of gym memberships, jogging and an abiding interest in nutrition and well-being, none of them had left me feeling as energised or as tranquil as yoga had.
Twice weekly classes helped me to forge a new direction in my life, strengthening my body, settling my mind and fostering a sense of tranquillity and peace in my soul. After completing my teacher training, a course in meditation and registering with Yoga Alliance Australia, I opened Equanimity Yoga in 2012 in order to share yoga’s many bounties and benefits with others and after completing a diploma course in Advanced Ayurveda Nutrition, am now proud to be able to offer nutrition consultations in addition to the yoga classes.
Equanimity Yoga’s vision is to provide a safe, non-competitive environment in which individuals can build their physical strength, improve mental concentration and nurture their souls according to their own unique capacity.
Equanimity Yoga has a special interest in those folk over the age of 40 who may be interested in trying yoga for the first time or who may have attended classes in the past but are now feeling anxious about keeping up with a fast paced class. They may also be dealing with injuries or health challenges and all these challenges are addressed in a nurturing, inclusive and caring environment in our classes.
Classes are held twice weekly and are open to people of all ages and fitness levels. Please visit the contact or book a class page for further information or enrolment.
Founder, Equanimity Yoga
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