mindful yoga classes
online or face to face
Begin at any time. Yoga classes in Phillip.
Term 2 commences April 19th
Mondays 9.30 am class dates (7) April 19, May 3, 10, 17, 24, June 7, 21
Tuesday 6pm new class - Yoga For Emotional Wellbeing
dates (10) April 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 8, 15, 22
Friday 9.30am class dates (10) April 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18, 25
Classes are capped at 10 participants.
Term 3 commences July 12.
Mondays 9.30 - 10.45 am class dates (8)
July 12 to September 13, no class on 23/8, 30/8
$200 supported, $250 supporter, $180 concession, $50 donation
Tuesdays 6 pm - 7.15 pm (6)
July 13 to August 17
course - Meditation for Anxiety Depression and Trauma
$300 supported, $400 supporter, $250 concession, $50 donation
Friday 9.30 - 10.45 am class dates (9)
July 16 to September 17, no class 27/8
$225 supported, $300 supporter, $200 concession, $50 donation
what is trauma sensitive yoga?
All Kendra's classes are trauma-sensitive. Trauma-sensitive yoga practice offers a safe and sensitive space for you to learn self-regulation and self-awareness skills that build sustainable resilience. It is about learning to feel safe and at home in your body by practicing making choices. Anxiety and depression, are often the result of unresolved trauma.
There are 4 key themes;
Practice making choices
Present Moment Experience
Taking Effective Action
Recognize that you are the expert of your body and experiences.
Experience safety and comfort as foundations of your practice.
Focus on developing interoception, an experience of a 'felt sense'.
Recognition that offering choices empower you to choose what feels right for your body at any moment.
Minimization of triggers such as touch, lighting, oils or incense, and Sanskrit language.
Recognize that everyone in the class has suffered some form of trauma.
Acknowledgment that body shapes and yoga props might make you feel vulnerable.
Experience invitational language allowing you more self-agency.
Experience the use of rhythms to offer grounding and a feeling of safety.
Practicing present moment awareness.
Recognize that the use of touch is with permission and minimized, with the intention to increase interoception not force your body into an ideal shape.