Yoga is a technology for experiencing the fullness of the present moment: a moment where we are happy, whole, connected, and open to experiencing deep peace. Postures, stretches, movements, breath work and self-enquiry allow us to melt away stress, balance our emotions and restore health.
Yoga is foremost a pragmatic science. It can be practiced by anyone to achieve perfect health.
Regardless of your experience, body size, shape and fitness level, our classes will open you to the power of traditional postures, breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation, offering the ultimate mind-body healing experience.
Our teachers at the Veda Wellness centre are passionate about the ancient science of Yoga. Their intention is to help you experience a sense of total wellbeing in a safe and nurturing environment.
60-90 MINUTE SESSIONS
Work with our teacher in a safe and private setting to improve your yoga, master a pose or to begin a gentle introduction to this ancient craft. This can be an active weight loss flow or a relaxing restorative Yoga designed to target stress, aches and pains.
Our teacher can work with you to create a specific Yoga routine, suited to your needs for daily practice in the comfort of your own home. Private classes are also great for beginners to get one on one attention from the teacher to learn the foundations of common Yoga poses safely. Building confidence and skills to join public classes.
If you suffer any medical conditions, Yoga is a great therapeutic tool. Our teacher can show you which poses will help in the management and treatment of your condition.
60 minutes: $70
90 minutes: $100
60-90 MINUTE SESSIONS
The Griffith group has been delivering Yoga classes in a corporate setting around Australia for over 30 years. We have developed a gentle, effective routine that is suitable and applicable for everyone.
We offer Yoga to small or large groups in your workplace or the comfort of your own home.
The need to be flexible is a common misconception about yoga. Far too often this prevents people from coming to yoga classes. If you are not flexible, yoga is the ideal place to start. It is natural to lose flexibility in modern life, and yoga allows you to gradually lengthen and expand your muscle fibres, releasing toxins that build up in the muscles over time.
Ideally we recommend starting with a Beginner or All Level Open class. See our timetable for details. There is no need to keep up with the class or push yourself, and we strongly encourage beginners to pace themselves. You can go at your own pace, and can rest in Child Pose as often as is needed. You can benefit greatly from a class while spending half of it resting in Child Pose, gradually working your way towards keeping in time with the instructor. Attending classes regularly, ideally a few times per week, will lead to a dramatic improvement in a matter of months. Starting with regular classes will create a solid physical and intellectual base from which your strength, focus, stamina and flexibility can build.
Most people struggle to complete at least one or two postures in a class, and this is completely normal. If a posture is too difficult, you can ask your teacher for a modification that is more accessible. All our teachers are trained to assist students in completing every pose safely and successfully, regardless of their experience level.
Remember that you can always opt to rest or do a different pose that you feel more comfortable with. This is your practice, and we encourage you to honour your body and do only what is comfortable and feels right. After class, you can ask the teacher to help you with the pose for future mastery. There is no rush.
We provide everything: mats, props and other essentials. You may prefer to bring your own mat. We also recommend bringing a bottle of water, but filtered water is available.
We recommend comfortable clothing for yoga that allows for freedom of movement. Avoid anything too tight or too loose, as both can restrict your poses. Bare feet are best.
You are never too old for Yoga. It is suitable for people of all ages, and almost benefits everyone.
You should come to class on an empty stomach but not hungry. Try not to eat for two or three hours before class. If you practice yoga on a full stomach, you might experience cramps, nausea, or vomiting. Digesting food requires energy, which can make you lethargic.
We offer a variety of classes. We recommend that you try a few different classes and teachers, as your preference for style of class and teacher can be very personal.
If you have been practicing yoga regularly (for at least 6 months prior to pregnancy), then there is no reason not to continue with some modifications from your teacher. Please inform your teacher to enable them to work with you and adapt the poses.
Please let your teacher know about any injuries or conditions that might affect your practice. They can then modify your poses or instruct you to skip certain postures during the class. It’s also important to let your teacher know if you are pregnant prior to class. Please check with a doctor if you feel that you have a physical condition that may interfere with your participation.
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