Class Timetable

Holistic Gentle Yoga & Meditation for Women: 90min

  • Wednesday:
    • 10.15am
    • 6.00pm
  • Thursday:
    • 9.30am
    • 1.15pm
  • Saturday:
    • 9.00am

Meditation: 60min

  • Tuesday 6.00pm
    • 10th December
  • Thursday fortnightly 6.00pm
    •  6th February
    • 20th February
    • 5th March
    • 19th March

Class Term Dates:

  • Term 4: 09/10/19 – 14/12/19
  • Term 1: 29/01/20 – 28/02/20

Fee:

  • 10 Class Pass $200.00
  • 5 Class Pass $115.00
  • Casual Pass $25.00
  • Additional Classes $20.00 with the purchase of a 10 Class Pass.

Book a Class:

Please Note:

Class passes are for use across all classes including the Meditation class. Classes can be booked above by selecting the Term then Class Pass and which classes you wish to attend. If you are booking multiple classes at once please ensure you select the + Add Session button to continue your bookings. Please contact me if you need assistance or are unsure about booking yourself in and I can do it for you. Important Note: Payment for class passes is required as part of the booking process. Account details will be supplied with your booking confirmation. Please note that your booking is not secure until payment has been received. Class passes are valid for the current term only. Any changes to your classes can be made through selecting Manage Booking. A class can not be changed or cancelled within 24 hours of the class time. All changes or cancellations need to be made prior to this. Please give me a call if you would like to speak with me ~ Gwynn Stewart: 0409970379

When and Where?

Classes are held during the class term dates listed. Bookings are essential as I offer small classes, so places are limited. You can check availability and book a class using the booking tool above or contact me. The yoga studio is situated at 294A Napier Street, Bendigo, opposite Lake Weeroona, (down the service road behind Bendigo Animal Hospital).

Guided Meditation:

Close your eyes and be taken on a journey from the self to the Self. To the place between breath where all is quiet and still. Where you become the witness, the observer of your experience. Relaxing body and mind while encompassing Spirit. Surrender to the moment. Whether you are new or experienced, or you wish to sit or lay down. Allow me to be your guide. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Who is the yoga class for? 

I have designed the yoga classes to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of women, to be energising, nourishing and restorative. Through the practice of Pranayama (breathing techniques), Asana (postures) and Meditation, balance is restored within. If a posture is challenging for someone I will always seek to provide modification where possible to suit the needs of the individual. Where modification is unsuitable you will be encouraged to use visualisation. Please contact me with any questions or concerns. There are no pre-requisites to join a class as they are suitable for ladies familiar or experienced in the practice of yoga and beginners. The advantage of a small class is I am able to be mindful of each individual supporting you to feel part of the group. Together we care and support each other. It really is a class you can let go and relax in.

Holistic Gentle Yoga & Meditation:

Through the guidance of the Eight Limbs of Yoga we will explore gentle postures (Asana), breath awareness (Pranayama), Meditation (Dhyana) including Yoga Nidra. You will be encouraged to focus on the flow of your breath throughout the class as this creates a meditative practice. By using the breath as your guide and tuning into and listening to your body’s needs encourages a body, mind and Spirit connection. It is through this deeper connection balance is restored within us. The practice of Yoga and Meditation establishes equilibrium within to allow you to shine your inner light. Meditation practiced regularly has the ability to alter the wiring of the brain to establish new pathways, along with it a greater sense of peace.

What is Yoga Nidra?

Yoga Nidra is a relaxation practice that promotes the withdrawal of the senses (Pratyahara) from external stimuli to maintain a quiet stillness within while our consciousness remains alert through concentration (Dharana), known as the state between sleep and wakefulness. This promotes a deep state of physical, mental and emotional relaxation within the body and mind, leaving you feeling calm, refreshed and mentally alert. Known as the yogic sleep, a twenty minute Yoga Nidra is said to be equivalent to two hours sleep. A very popular part of the class. In Yoga Nidra you will lay on your back in Shavasana, snuggled under a blanket or shawl with an eye pillow draped over your eyes. This is your time to rest and restore.

Class Etiquette:

  • Please remove your shoes before entering the room
  • Please refrain from wearing perfume due to allergies and sensitivities
  • Yoga is a personal journey, so please be respectful and mindful of others in the class. The class is not suitable for children, please make arrangements for their care
  • The studio is a mobile free zone. Please ensure your phone is on aeroplane mode & silence or don’t bring it to class
  • Allow yourself enough time to be settled before the class begins
  • If the class has begun, please enter quietly so as not to disturb anyone
  • Please provide 24 hours notice if you are unable to attend class

What to Bring to Yoga:

  • Wear comfortable clothing
  • Drink bottle
  • Yoga mat – if you have one, otherwise I have mats available for use. I also stock The Clean Eco Yoga Mat which is available for purchase before and after class.