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"my ending should be your beginning"

B.K.S. Iyengar 


The emphasis is on detail, precision, alignment and breath control "pranayama". We use props such as bricks, belts, bolsters, chairs, ropes and blankets to help assist the student to move into the asanas properly and to accommodate injuries, tightness and imbalances.


Asanas are held longer and there is diversity in the practice, different sequences help improve injuries, improve health and prevent overuse. 

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Yoga asanas with the aid of WALL ROPES. The word Kurunta means puppet in Sanskrit (ancient Indian), using the wall ropes, we become like puppets suspended in ropes.



Dr Geeta S. Iyengar refers to ropes: "for the physical benefit of our practice with the deeper philosophical meaning of using the yogic practice to progression on the path of freedom from bondage"


This is one of the most therapeutic yoga practices. It is a great way to open the body and release tension in the spine and pelvis. All major muscle groups are stretched and strengthened and has lengthening and relaxing effects on the body and nervous system.


Yoga Kurunta is supportive, beneficial and restorative for all levels and ages.


Restorative Yoga is helpful when recovering for illness and injuries, also in those days when feeling weak, fatigued, or stressed from daily routines.


This yoga is focused on restorative poses, supported by props to assist and for a deep relaxation of the body and the mind.



balances the nervous system

boosts the immune system

stills the mind

increases flexibility

Girls Doing Push Ups


Thursday's 7 am and 7pm

Friday's 8 am

Pilates is a method of exercise that consists of low impact flexibility, muscular strength and endurance movements. Pilates emphasizes proper postural alignment, core strength and muscle balance. Pilates is named for its creator, Joseph Pilates, who developed the exercises in the 1920s.

By practicing Pilates regularly, you can achieve a number of health benefits, including:

  • Improved core strength and stability

  • Improved posture and balance

  • Improved flexibility

  • Prevention and treatment of back pain


Tuesdays 6pm

Yin Yoga is restorative and calming on the mind, body and spirit. It focuses on working the deep connective tissues of the body. All poses are seated on the mat and held for a short time. A very slow paced series of poses will relax you and help to regulate the body's natural flow of energy.


This practice is open to beginners and if you have a regular yoga practice the style of yin yoga will benefit and balance your body.

Ashtanga Yoga
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