Christmas Break! 

Christmas is a great time to rest and create some home practice habits. Over the school holidays is also a great time to try some fun home practice with the kids. There is some great online kids yoga clips or try creating your own sequence inventing your own poses.


Get your Christmas yoga vouchers for your loved ones…
Christmas Term Passes for Term 1 2017 are selling like hot cakes at special price of $130! There are 12 weeks in this term pass and remember you can attend as many classes as you like over the 12 week period.

Get your Christmas special 10 casual class pass for $100

See Kyley in studio or email or Facebook message to organize your Christmas gift.


Christmas Period Yoga Timetable
Classes finish Thurs 22nd  Dec & Restart Tues 10th January 2017

Don’t forget Saturday Morning Classes for some festive season relaxation. Saturday morning 0700am class power flow vinyasa. Start the weekend on a clam note.

Early birds are enjoying the Thursday 5:30am class

What is it?
Fisiocrem is an effective, massage cream to care for the muscles and ligaments following injury related to daily activity or intense physical exercise, and for temporary relief of muscular aches and pains.

What’s in it?
You already know the value and use of Fisiocrem SOLUGEL in easing muscular aches. You know that the plants active ingredients have been in traditional use for many, many years based on old traditional folklore and healing.
But modern science brings many new insights into active plant ingredients, their components and activities.
At Fisiocrem, we offer you some “light” in this field.


What Is It?
Tendons are tough, flexible, fibrous bands of tissue that connect muscles to bones. When tendons become inflamed, irritated or suffer microscopic tears, the condition is called tendonitis. Tendons can be small, like the delicate, tiny bands in the hands, or large, like the heavy, ropelike cords that anchor the calf or thigh muscles. In most cases, the cause of tendonitis is unknown; when a cause can be identified, the condition usually happens for one of two reasons:

Overuse – A particular body motion is repeated too often.
Overload – The level of a certain activity, such as weightlifting, is increased too quickly.

In general, tendonitis causes pain in the tissues surrounding a joint, especially after the joint is used too much during play or work. In some cases, the joint may feel weak, and the area may be red, swollen and warm to the touch.

In many cases, tendonitis can be avoided by taking a few simple precautions. Some helpful strategies include:

  • Always warm up before beginning strenuous exercise.
  • If you want to intensify your exercise level, do it gradually.
  • Be careful about the “no pain, no gain” approach. It can be difficult to distinguish between an ache that indicates you’re building strength and an ache that means you injured a tendon.
  • Avoid activities that require prolonged periods of reaching over your head, such as painting the ceiling. If you must do this kind of work, take frequent breaks.
  • Wear shoes that fit properly, especially if you participate in a sport that requires a lot of running, such as track, cross-country or basketball.
  • If you are active in organized sports or exercise regularly, pay attention to your technique. Ask your coach or trainer for guidance. If you’re having exercise-related tendonitis, a doctor who specializes in sports medicine may be helpful as well.
  • For people with medial or lateral epicondylitis related to racquet sports, changing to a racquet with a larger head may help to prevent re-injury, as long as the new racquet is not heavier than the original. Some specialists believe that this type of racquet cuts down on the transmission of vibrations to the arm.


“I have been a seeker and I still am, but I stopped asking the books and the stars. I started listening to the teaching of my Soul”

– by Rumi

ARTICLE OF INTEREST: For those of you that will enjoy some quiet time for home practice check out this article for handy hints.

Click here for practice.

Kids Rainbow Yoga on Friday afternoons has been an amazing success with the “Rainbow Kids Yoga Cards” being a favorite activity for the kids exploring poses in a fun and loving environment.
Remember yoga is great fun when practiced together…… it doesn’t need to be perfect and you can make it up as you go. Family practice can be made up of lots of different fun activities exploring poses you know and making some up, doing poses as a team gives opportunity to be close and create great communication opportunities.

Be creative and always finish up with quiet time can be cuddles or rested meditation, story time or coloring in.