What an exciting time of year it is with festivities winding up and the promise of a New Year upon us. Many of you have set New Year resolutions and some may be killing it, while others may already be moving into old routines and habits.
I had an amazing restful time over the Christmas break enjoying the company of my wonderful family and friends as well as catching up with some things around home.
I haven’t done as much mad planning for 2017 as I would usually do for the New Year, rather I have taken a new approach. My holiday reading “The Universe Has Your Back” by Gabbrielle Bernstein has inspired me to not plan my life away….
I’m aware of the busy schedule I need to maintain to keep all stakeholders in my life on track, but I have decided to live in my presence more. Get out of my own way, meditate, set passionate intentions and be grateful.  So far things seem to be falling into place…. For the most part, when I’m pushed to the edge by 4 crazy kids pushing each other’s buttons on a 35degree day, shopping in Shepparton.
Whatever your intentions for 2017 I hope they bring you much peace, joy and good health both physically/ and emotionally.
look forward to assisting you to explore the possibilities of 2017 on the mat.

Why not give getting in your presence a go…

  1. Get out of your own way… get out of your head. Breath into your heart, let go of the chatter and change the patterns.
  2. Meditate – it doesn’t have to be sitting and humming, it could be movement meditation such as yoga / running/ bike riding/ time you allocate to yourself. But do breath to re calibrate your energy.
  3. Set passionate intentions (that make you smile) – your mind has amazing strength, use it to your advantage, think with love and compassion, practice keeping your thoughts positive and loving towards others but especially towards yourself.
  4. Be grateful – look at the world around you with amazement, especially the little things. One day they will be the big things.

Term Passes are available for $130 for the term until 20th January 2017
There will be a class fee increase as of the 30 January 2017
Casual Classes will now cost $15 per class this will ensure you continue to experience the high quality practice and support that you have come to expect from In the Moment Yoga.
Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to the year ahead!

Keep an eye out for Kids Yoga classes returning in 2017…

Some very exciting news – “In the Moment Yoga” will have New Rainbow Kids Yoga teachers trained in March 2017 to ensure there are lots of classes to get your kids along to.

25b89ef5-825c-41fd-ae66-f0a37136f7d9Half Moon (Ardha Chandrasana)
My Favorite Pose ….. Gives me the feeling of flying and freedom whenever I go here.

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Welcome to the New Year ~ The Year of the Rooster

The year of the Rooster will be a powerful one, with no middle of the road when it comes to moving forward. This year, impressions count. You’ll want to look your best and be clear on your intentions concerning love, money, and business. Stick to practical and well-proven paths to ensure success, rather than risky ventures.

What a great time for us to spend a little bit of time and focus on ourselves but more importantly our bodies! Remember our mind and body is what carries us through this journey called life and we must take care of them as we all wish to look forward and carry on in the best way possible!

Where the Massage Industry Is Going…

Considering the long history of massage, its incorporation into Western medicine is only in its infancy. The potential for growth and research of the healing properties of therapeutic massage and body work has gained great momentum over the last fifty years, and the public demand for massage therapy is at an all-time high.

As a preventative practice, therapeutic massage is used in spas, gyms and work places all over the country. Using massage therapy to promote balance and maintain internal and external health is something that is now a standard part of the North American lifestyle.

In the health care industry, massage is commonly used in hospitals, nursing homes and birthing centers. It is also used in physical therapy and in chiropractic clinics to treat pain, increase circulation and expedite the healing of injured muscles.

We look forward to seeing you throughout 2017!