Lee-Anne Heron, our Director of Training and Senior Teacher is an ERYT, and designated Expert Teacher with Yoga Alliance
Workshops, Retreats & Teacher Trainings
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Corporate or Sports Group Team Building Yoga Workshops
Can fit your time requirements and budget. Popular team building titles include
1.Yin, Roll, Release 2.Yoga Nidra-Yogic Sleep 3.Core Mat Pilates 4.Restorative Floor Yoga
90 Minute Private Group Class at your site or studio. $300 price includes hire of props. $350 if you wish to attend private studio near your location.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to state preferred day/time, workshop/class and Lee will be in contact within 48 hours.
Private Classes One Hour $80 (our hillarys studio) $150 (your location)
45 Minutes $60 (our location) $120 yours (Price same for 1-8 people)
Get your group together and email email@example.com
Include preferred date, time & location or phone 0433 022 677.
Styles of Yoga & Pilates with descriptions below
Yin/Yang Fascial Flow
Yoga Tune Up - Deconstructed Yoga
Yin, Roll & Release with Yoga Tune Up Balls
Yoga Nidra - Yogic Sleep
Lee-Anne has over 20 years experience in the wellness industry and a yoga practice that dates back as far and is a Functional Anatomy, Yin Yoga Teacher Trainer and Yoga Tune Up® The Roll Model® Method Trainer and is on faculty on Teacher Trainings throughout Australia and Asia and teaches workshops worldwide.
Lee provokes teachers/allied health professionals to consider the purpose and function of what we teach and how we can view different bodies as individuals, honouring unique skeletal variation, body proportion and history to assist guide every student to a meaningful practice.
With over 17 years in clinical practice in naturopathy, a wide range of manual therapy qualifications, and over 1000 hours in Yoga and Yoga Tune Up® teacher training, expect to experience a vast toolkit of tests, languaging, modifications, alternate asana/movements, breath, mindfulness, yoga tune up®, myofascial release, proprioception, interoception processes to assist any teaching to guide students to an embodied and empowered practice on the mat and beyond.
Yin Yoga is a complement to Bikram and other Yang Yoga (Vinyasa) or Sports including Xtend Barre and Crossfit (which require effort, strength, movement, control, determination) or yang lifestyles which are busy, fast and often stressful.
In yin yoga you let go of the control, relax your muscles and let your body sink into the posture or to the earth. In yin yoga there is no ONE particular form to a posture so many yin teachers will guide you with a few options and a sense of the target area where you may feel the connective tissue and you are free to explore positions that will best allow your body to experience the goal of the posture. So everybody (no matter what age, injury or past experience) can practice yin yoga.
As yin yoga works deep into the connective tissue, poses are held longer (3-5minutes) and you are allowed more rebound time after each posture to observe how your body is feeling. As the meridians (energy channels) are housed in this connective tissue, its not uncommon for people to experience shift in energy or emotions and this rebound time allows you to time to observe these physical and/or energetic sensations.
Connective tissue surrounds your muscles and can restrict movement, especially if you have spent much time sitting, stagnant, or competing in repetitive jarring sports. With patience and regular practice, the connective tissue will expand and you can gain a greater range of motion about your joints.
In yin yoga the practice is largely about letting go of control (relaxing your muscles, breathing freely), exploring postures then being still and observing. Over time this ability to let go, surrender, explore, observe and be still may shift the way you respond to stress and discomfort in your life and give you freedom and peace in life’s challenges.
This is really put to test in Yin/Yang classes when yin breath and stillness and longer holds are brought to strong yang postures so the Yin/Yang classes build both strength and flexibility.
" Energy flows where attention goes"