Restorative Yoga

How it works

Restorative yoga enhances the therapeutic benefits of yoga by using bolsters, blocks and blankets to support the body fully in poses. This promotes healing, improves recovery and reduces stress.

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Rest and Renew - Wednesday evenings

Wednesday 15 July @ 7.30 – 8.45pm
Next dates: 19 August, 16
September,  21 October, 18 November, 16 December

The ‘relaxation response’ is your personal ability to encourage your body to release chemicals and brain signals that assist your muscles and organs to slow down and to increase blood flow to the brain.

This assists anyone to ‘rest’ and recover from daily stressors, including people with chronic stress, muscle and joint pain, gastrointestinal issues, hypertension, insomnia, mood and anxiety disorders.

These sessions book out, so click on that date on the Timetable to secure your place. Cost $35. Buy your 4 class pass for $120 here

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Relax and Renew® Trainer

Caroline qualified as a Relax & Renew® trainer in 2012 with Judith Hanson Lasater, the renowned international expert and researcher on restorative yoga. Caroline assisted Judith with her Level 1 restorative teacher training in Melbourne, 2014.

Caroline is currently using these practices extensively in her private therapeutic sessions with clearly reported positive outcomes from her clients. Her monthly evening restorative class at the studio books out in advance and is a haven for busy executives, injured athletes and weary parents.

‘Let your body rest and breathe deeply with eyes closed. Feel the sensations as the external world fades away. There are no demands on you now, no need to be perfect, not even in the pose. Imagine you are entering a temple where you can lay down your burdens and rest in the stillness.’

Judith Hanson Lasater

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