Tag archive: hawthorn

Revive Your Body

It seems the most common modern day disease is busy-ness. There is so much pressure and struggle to achieve, complete the to-do list, attend appointments on time whilst negotiating Melbourne traffic, prepare healthy school snacks for the kids, eat healthily, look good and feel good. It is no wonder we are so stressed and anxious. […]

Why Consistency Is Key For Your Yoga Practice

Yoga is like anything that’s good for you, the more regularly you do it the more beneficial it will be. Of course you’ll feel the difference after a single session, but the value of a consistent practice is in its holistic benefits. The real power of a yoga lies in the multi-dimensional aspects of the […]

Release Through Yin Yoga

Despite the strong vinyasa yoga style taking the western world by storm, yoga is as much about finding a release as it is about building strength & flexibility. “The purpose of Yoga is to facilitate the profound inner relaxation that accompanies fearlessness. The release from fear is what finally precipitates the full flowering of love.” […]

Expand Your Horizons Through Yoga

“Pranayama {breath} literally means the agama – expansion or manifestation – of prana. Prana is the vital energy of the universe.” ~ Swami Rami  Contrary to it’s literal meaning {the act of becoming larger or more extensive} ‘expansion’ in yoga is actually about letting go or “doing less” in order to achieve more. Expansion in yoga is […]

Tap Into Your Inner Wisdom Through Yoga

Intuition is not a new age concept, yet it remains to be one of the hardest things to listen to in modern day. We’re surrounded by a myriad of ideas, expectations, people, even devices that can tell us which direction to take in life. However it’s our intuition or inner wisdom, which we often ignore […]

Finding Lightness Through Yoga

Freedom. Fluidity. Ease. Letting Go. Each month at Kula Yoga we explore a different theme, giving us a sankalpa or intention on and off the mat. As a community from the Hawthorn and surrounding area, we come together to embrace this collective energy through our practice, translating into our daily lives. In April our focus […]

Yoga On and Off The Mat

 A Yoga Movement, Philosophy & Traditions Workshop with Sharon Brooks One of the most common questions I am asked as a yoga teacher is how many times per week we should practice yoga. Of course every individual is different. However my usual response, is practice once a week to clear the head from that day, […]

Power Up Your Practice

When we think ‘power’ we immediately conjure images of strength, control & speed, particularly in relation to our practice. However, theres a deeper layer that is far more ‘powerful’ than this concept alone. “Behind me is infinite power, before me is endless possibility, around me is boundless opportunity.”  After setting our new year intentions and […]

Blend To Complement Your Practice

“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 […]

Pamper Yourself With This Months Local Biz!

“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 […]