Summer Holiday Iyengar Yoga Workshops 2016
East Coast Iyengar Yoga School.
at: Yarrahapinni Yoga Studio.
January 2,9,16 & 23 2016
A full day of Yogic practice, asana, pranyama, vegetarian food, joyful appreciation of the natural environment.
Participation in these 4 workshops will enable you to begin your 2016 experiencing the joy of life!
Type of Event
Saturday Summer Holiday Iyengar Yoga Workshops at Yarrahapinni
2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd January 2016
All day workshop in the beautiful North Coast NSW countryside.
Discount for online bookings before 26th December.
9am Chai & chat
9.30-11.30 Dynamic Iyengar Yoga Class with Gretchen Highfield
11.30 -12.30 Drinks & Swim, Grassy head beach or Yarrahapinni dam or both
12.30-2.00 Luscious fresh local seasonal lunch
2-3pm Yoga siesta, restorative asana with Suzanne Fraser
3-4pm Yogic breath, Pranyama with Suzanne Fraser
4 - 4.30pm Afternoon tea
Long Languid Summer Days, this is what the North Coast of NSW Summer Holidays are all about.
We want to share this summer holiday feeling with you during these workshops at Yarrahapinni Yoga Studio.
Located on our beautiful farm, within walking distance of Grassy Head Beach our spacious fully equipped Iyengar Yoga Studio is open aired, listen to the sounds of nature as you practice, feel the summer breeze, imbibe the beauty of nature and the wonder of Iyengar Yoga.
We grown organic food on our farm & source from our abundant vegetable garden and our & local fruit trees for the luscious lunches.
Waratah delights in providing our morning and afternoon refreshments, she studies raw and natural cuisine for your healthy indulgence.
Gretchen is continuing her studies in Iyengar Yoga and is now JI1 qualified teacher, young and vivacious Gretchen takes the Dynamic morning class.
Harley grows and cooks your lunch, enjoying vegetarian cuisine from many cultures around the world Harley will create seasonal lunches with the produce of the day.
Suzanne is the Grandmother of the family, JI2 Iyengar qualified teacher of over 30 year experience, her nurturing energy comes to the fore in the afternoon practice of restorative asana, 'yoga siesta', followed by Pranyama 'yogic breath'.
We take a break between asana and lunch with swims at our lake like dam or at Grassy Head beach, or you may choose to walk through Yarriabinni National Park.