When: Mondays at 7.45pm to 8.45pm. Restarting on Monday 12th July.
Where: The Stables (19 Duke St, Richmond 3121)
Cost: $10 per session
About the class:
Vinyasa Yoga is a fluid yoga class where traditional hatha yoga poses are linked together to form a sequence of flowing movements.
This class is accessible for most people including beginners or those who believe that they are not flexible enough to do yoga. Everybody is different and all poses can be adapted to suit you.
We supply blocks to assist with your practice.
Vinyasa Yoga offers a fun way to be physically active while also learning breathing exercises and mindfulness practices. In this class you will learn many of the traditional yoga shapes in a way that suits your body. You can expect to start with grounding (mindfulness), breathwork (pranayama), move into standing poses, balancing and then finish with seated or lying postures and a rejuvenating Savasana (or yogic rest) before a closing gratitude practice.
What do I wear?
These classes are accessible to everyone. You don’t need any special yoga clothes. Wear clothes that make you feel comfortable to move around your mat, including if you are bending forward (ie: you might want a t-shirt that does not ride up or that you can tuck in).
What do I need to bring to yoga?
Your yoga mat, a towel to cover your bolster if you are practising Yin Yoga, water and a smile. If you don’t have a yoga mat and can’t source one, speak to Trace for suggestions. We will have a limited number of mats available to borrow for class.
About the teacher:
Trace is a professional Yoga teacher with advanced qualifications in Yin Yoga. Trace is currently studying Allied Health Assistance, Sport and Fitness at Swinburne University, which is a comprehensive course designed to allow me to assist clients in rehabilitation from injury or illness.
Trace is a Richmond local and passionate about our community. Post the COVID Trace is offering accessible yoga classes from the Studio 1 space to help the community recover from a difficult 2020. Yoga can assist with depression and anxiety as well as general relaxation. Trace holds both First Aid and Mental Health First Aid certificates and has a keen interest in community health and well-being.