> Our Brisbane Yoga studio locations are Fortitude Valley & Ascot - Locations
> No need to book for weekly classes, just show up – Timetables
> Bookings are essential for all Courses and Workshops – Events
> Beginners, we have a whole page of information especially for you - Beginners Page
> Start out with a Welcome Pass $47 for a Month of Unlimited Yoga – Passes & Prices
> We have mats, but you’ll need to bring your own mat and towel for Hot Yoga classes – Class Guidelines
> Pregnant? We have Pregnancy Yoga classes to help you have a beautiful pregnancy – Pregnancy Yoga
> More questions? Maybe someone else has already asked - FAQs
from the blog
Since Yoga is such an enduring system, tested over time, it is easy for us to slip into thinking that it is an absolute. That Yoga knows all. That Yoga is what it is and it always shall be.
In some ways, these thoughts help us to give Yoga credibility. Something to believe in. A touchstone that offers some certainty in this crazy mixed-up world.
We need to remember, though, that Yoga is a science that offers us tools to use along the way. Yoga has the tools. We are the users. You are the subject of your own quest for understanding and peace and happiness…etc. and Yoga is available for you to draw on in ways that you need it to.
- Be active in your own spiritual journey – think about how what others tell you applies to you before accepting it as Gospel
- You will never know everything – don’t let your ego tell you otherwise
- Instead of thinking “what do I need to do to get my body into that asana?”, ask Yoga “what can you teach me that will serve me today?”
- Instead of “I have to go to Yoga tonight”, try “I’m curious about what Yoga might have for me tonight”
When on our Yoga mats in our post-modern lives it is useful to remember that we are evolved beings. Just the facts that we are practising Yoga and asking questions about spirituality are signs that have progressed deeper in understanding our true nature.
It’s also useful to remember that we live in privileged times. Spiritual quest is both social and individual. The world we live in is rich with communication and opportunities to learn and grow. We are no longer struggling to survive. We have time and resources available to devote to our Big Quest. Karl Marx would be proud(ish).
Revel in it. What does Yoga have for you today?
In divine love,