Article Tag - "sophia pallaro"
We know that sometimes despite our best intentions we don’t get to make it to the classes and workshops we really would like to. Restorative Yoga classes are my favourite to teach, so I thought I’d share some of my favourite asanas or poses with you, so that you can have an insight of what asana you can introduce to your classes. Try out the poses for yourself. Even 1 pose can make your day a little bit better.… Read more
We will begin by connecting to our body and opening those areas of the body where emotions often get “stuck”. Cultivating awareness of the breath and a kind meditative attention to our body will guide us to noticing how we really feel.
Restorative Yoga is a slow mindful mellow yoga that will help to support you during times of stress, fatigue or if you’re just plain overworked! Working with supported and quieting forward bends and gentle twists, this is the perfect antidote to a busy, stressful lifestyle.
Cultivate deep relaxation with reclined breath awareness and meditation to begin the practice. We will then work with a combination of props and some very restful poses to soothe the nervous system and rejuvenate both mind and body.… Read more
Sophia has been involved with meditation for the last 10 years. While practicing various forms of meditation, she discovered the benefits of Mindfulness Meditation and its direct connection to the body.
Yoga and its endless benefits were the next steps on her path. She has a particular interest in anatomy and its relationship with the mind and sees Yoga as a wonderful transformational process both on and off the mat. Her teaching style is open and friendly.… Read more
You’ve completed your 200-hour teacher training and you’re now providing great classes.
It’s time to advance your career with our specialised 300-hour yoga teacher training course. You have the flexibility to tailor this course to suit your needs and select 300 hours from over 400 hours of expert tuition.
Or just select ANY of the modules as electives!
Join our course facilitator, course coordinator for a chat to discuss the elements of the course – ALL the elective modules, and answer any of your questions.… Read more
Are you ready to start practicing yoga? Are you a little apprehensive about what to expect? If so, it’s good to get a heads up before your first yoga class.
Class always starts with a short meditation and a gentle warm up, we guide you through your first yoga poses and end with a lying down relaxation. Throughout the class you’ll be encouraged to focus on your breath and to ‘find easiness’ as you move from one pose into another.… Read more