This class is designed to gently support you to explore a vinyasa, a yoga practice that is slow and embodied, encouraging mindful movement and breath awareness rather than focusing on complex or fast sequences.
We will take our time to slowly warm and open the body, awaken the spine, and connect to our breath and the stillness at our centre. Together we will create a connected space for self-discovery and community connection. In this class we build accessible, feminine sequences that explore both dynamic and gentle movement.
This practice is great for anyone wishing to return to vinyasa practice whom may have had less practice or a break during this past year, or for people who are beginning to explore yoga flow. Our embodied flow class will build strength and heat in our bodies whilst also cultivating breath awareness. We will ease out tension and create more space in the body and mind opening potential for personal expansion.
What you will learn
- How to move in a gentle, embodied way during vinyasa using your breath to increase fluidity, and the pleasure of movement.
- Move safely through vinyasa style flow in a way that honours your individual needs, alignment, and nervous system.
- Breath awareness, and skills in pranayama (breath practices) and how to increase curiosity and acceptance of self- in mind, body and spirit.
- Optional 1.5 hours of care for your 3-5 year old child onsite during the classes. Cost $14 per casual session or $84 for 7 sessions. Bookings are essential call 9687 1560 or email email@example.com
What you will need
- Your own yoga mat if you prefer- however we provide mats as well as all props
- A bottle of water
- 1-2 small towels (one to place over bolsters and one if you desire for your brow in flow)
- a mask if directed so via updates on YCC website and/ or DHHS and Yoga Australia Guidelines
- mobile phone to check in using QR code
About the tutor
Gemma Falk is a local Mum and community – focussed yoga and creative arts facilitator who has worked in the disability arts and health space for 15 years. She has worked as a yoga teacher for diverse groups since 2015 and has practiced yoga for over 20 years.