Sankalpa

What is Sankalpa?   There is a yoga practice to assist the realisation of our innermost desires called sankalpa, translated as setting an intention or making a resolve. A sankalpa practice starts from the premise that we already are who we need to be to fulfill our life’s purpose and inner selves. All we need […]

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Discovering Aerial Yoga

By Sophie Lefevre Aerial flow yoga is a playful and challenging way to practice yoga. Silk fabrics hanging from the ceiling are used as a prop for yoga poses, the body and the self.  The silks provide traction to extend postures with the pull of gravity while providing a deep massaging support to certain areas […]

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The 8 limbs of Yoga Series: Ahimsa

By Suzie Hoile Yoga originated in India and is over 5,000 years old. This remarkable fact makes the tradition of yoga older than most of the current religions.   Why then is it that the tradition of yoga has not only endured across the ages but that people continue to be drawn to it in […]

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The early bird catches the worm

By Kristy Linardos ‘There is a certain stillness to the early morning that is unattainable for the rest of the day’. I remember reading this quote a few years back and it instantly resonating with me. I wrote it on a post-it note and stuck it on my desk at work so that I would […]

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Letting go is not what you think it is

By Suzie Hoile The teachings in the yoga practice are profound and each time we show up to our mats we move through the asanas with the opportunity to discover more about ourselves through our awareness of the breath and the movement of our bodies. Apart from the alignment cues, it is highly likely that […]

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Yoga is a feeling practice

I often begin the Restore class by asking students what the word restore means to them. From the standpoint of the physical body, an answer might well be an intention to restore a greater range of joint mobility and overall greater flexibility. The restore class can also provide students with the opportunity to recover from […]

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Donation Meditation Classes

We are pleased to be offering Sunday night meditation classes on a donation basis for the month of June focusing on the principles of calm, concentration and clarity of mind. Whether you are new to meditation or have had some meditation experience, these sessions will assist you to realise the benefits of meditation “on the cushion” and in daily life. […]

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What is the body flow style of yoga?

We often get asked what style of yoga do you teach at body flow yoga.  This is a great question and I wanted to answer it as best as I can at this time.  The truth is that everything evolves and changes and adapts with time and conditions.  This is true for yoga too.  Whilst […]

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Being Present

By Sophie Le Fevre We have heard that the present is the real gift. How we think, feel, behave and interpret life is happening right now, in the present, and this is a gift.  Why then, are we not all happy with this gift? We are all in the present. There is no other place […]

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Hello world!

Bodyflow Yoga now has a blog, how exciting! We will be sharing  articles, practice tips, teacher training, retreats, workshop dates and much much more here…. so watch this space!    

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