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Tag: Yoga Albany Creek



YOGA FOR LIFE CHANGE

As with many that have served in the Defence Forces, I sustained several injuries and suffered chronic pain for many years. A few more things went terribly wrong  and this lead to depression, anxiety and lots of medication and treatment. So fast forward to the present day, what has changed?? I changed. I now own and operate a […]

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Yoga for Women 50 plus

YOGA FOR WOMEN 50 PLUS Some of the common things I hear and see as a Yoga teacher is how ladies have tried Yoga and didn’t like it? so I have to ask the question WHY? Yoga is the most balanced of exercise for mind and body. It is becoming the flavour of the month […]

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MINDFULNESS – What is it?

Whoaaaa ,slow down – LIFE  is way too busy.  You will hear the term MINDFULNESS  more and more often, so what it is? I think we can all agree that our lives have got busier with each passing decade. There is relentless communications, social media, the expectation of constant contact and demands of daily life personal and […]

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The Worst Exercises for your Back and Pelvic Floor

The Worst Exercises that you can do for your lower back and pelvic floor have just been named and shamed in this month’s Member’s Newsletter. It should be noted that at least half of those exercises are Pilates based, so are you keeping your back and pelvic floor safe? Want to learn more? Join us for our New 7 Week Spring Health and […]

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When I realised I didn’t suck at yoga

I hear people say it all the time, “I don’t do Yoga because it hurts my back, or I have a bad back and can’t do those twists”, or “I’m just not that flexible”, the post below could’ve well have been written by me or about me! It’s titled “when I realised I didn’t suck at yoga”. […]

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Yoga for PTSD

Yoga has had proven results in helping those suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), anxiety, depression and stress related illnesses. Our nervous system has two responses sympathetic (fight and flight) and parasympathetic, where we want to sit back and relax. Unfortuntely when the sympathic responses have been switched on for long periods of time […]

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