Tag archive: yogic philosophy

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 […]

Keeping Up The Momentum

Each month at Kula we explore a different theme to give us focus on and off the mat. It allows us the opportunity to open up different areas of our life with the purpose of moving forward with our goals. Consequently, after a month focused on the setting of goals, intentions and finding ‘resolution’, we […]

Resolution ~ The decision to do or not do.

How can we explore resolution within our yoga practice? The decision of when to practice is a resolution in itself. A yoga practice can be present in many varied forms. Some days it may feel overwhelming to dedicate time to practice in a way we are most used to. The choice to take the time […]

Authenticity – be genuine, be yourself

“Authenticity is the alignment of head, mouth, heart, and feet – thinking, saying, feeling, and doing the same thing – consistently. This builds trust, and followers love leaders they can trust.” Lance Secretan I’m enjoying the springtime as an opportunity to slowly peel away layers of inauthenticity which start to build up over the year. […]

Abundance – let go of limiting beliefs

Spring is here and this month’s studio theme is ‘Abundance’. I have decided, there is no more room in my emotional landscape for limitations and lack this spring.  It is time to open up, clean out, and replace any feelings of emptiness with gratitude. I’m letting go of limiting beliefs, I’m focusing on being present […]

Yoga In The Slow Lane

Nothing beats that feeling when you find your flow in yoga. You’re moving seamlessly from pose to pose, you’re remembering to breath, you feel strong. The rest of the room is a soft blur, you are in the zone. Then the teacher throws a curve ball and asks you to slow it down. Suddenly you’ve […]