Tag archive: advanced yoga

Move with grace in D U L A R I

“Kula” is an ancient sanskrit term that means ‘community of the heart’. It is a group coming together of their own free will; an intentional clan, tribe or family. Part of our Kula Tribe is connecting with the local community. Each month we engage with a different local business as a way of encouraging our […]

Yin for Weekend Tonic ~ meet Ellen

Building a connection between like-minded individuals is something we’re passionate about at our yoga studio. “Kula” means community in the ancient and sacred language of Sanskrit. Not only do we provide locals from Hawthorn and Camberwell yoga classes, but we also provide them with a yoga studio where people can connect, share and grow. Our […]

From student to teacher ~ meet Cassandra

Building a connection between like-minded individuals is something we’re passionate about at our yoga studio. “Kula” means community in the ancient and sacred language of Sanskrit. Not only do we provide locals from Hawthorn and Camberwell yoga classes, but we also provide them with a yoga studio where people can connect, share and grow. Our […]

Exploring Advanced Asana to Deepen Your Yoga Practice

February at Kula we have been looking at one of the 8 limbs of yoga, Asana. Asana translates to the physical poses of yoga. In the western world many believe that this is the main focus of yoga, being good at putting your body into different shapes that build strength and flexibility. While yoga does […]

Studio Theme November: Appreciate Aparigraha

Our hope in providing a studio theme at Kula each month is to deepen your understanding of the philosophy behind yoga, so you can start living yoga both on and off the mat. We hope that last month you were able to invite Ahimsa (non-violence) into your everyday life. This month let’s take a look […]

Studio Theme October: Act With Ahimsa

Last month we took at look at Asteya (non-stealing), and this month our studio theme at Kula focuses on Ahimsa, non-harming. While there are obvious ways you can observe Ahimsa like not acting violently, the more subtle ways to treat yourself and others kindly may come into play more regularly.   Demonstrate Ahimsa With Yourself […]

Meet the Kula Crew: Haydn

The practice of yoga is so special, personal and intimate. We thought it was about time for you, our beautiful students to get to know our teachers at Kula (through more than just a one paragraph bio!). First up is Haydn. Below he shares with us his journey to the mat, and what yoga means […]

Studio Theme May: Encouraging Svadhyaya

We covered the theme of Saucha in March and Santosha in April. Next up for our May studio theme is Svadhyaya, Sanskrit for self-study. Though it may sound like a tongue twister, Svadhyaya is probably something you already do quite often. Through this self-study we are asked to observe ourselves in a non-judgmental way. Sound […]

What’s a Yoga Challenge…and Why Join?

One of the first lessons we learn through our practice is that yoga is not a competition. If that’s true, than why do some studios offer yoga challenges? For us at Kula, we host several month-long yoga challenges each year to help you establish a regular yoga practice, get your body fitter and mind clearer. The […]