ESTABLISHED 2001 : PROFESSIONAL, SPECIALISED & UNIQUE
YOGA will create the path to have greater health and vitality in your life, which will enable you to adapt and respond to all the situations in life in the ways that support you and your needs in the best possible ways.
Allow yourself time and space to stretch the body and keep the body active. As yoga therapists , our aim is to create a greater understanding. of what yoga therapy is and how it can work for you
You will discover a multitude of benefits when you practice yoga regularly, it will ultimately create a greater appreciation and a deeper perspective and connection with yourself.
PRIVATE SESSIONS & GROUP CLASSES
Since 2001, the yoga therapy clinic in Collingwood has created a dedicated space for healing the body and mind.
Whether it be in one of our private session or practicing yoga in a group class, the focus is on you and what works for you.
The group classes are limited to a maximum of 6 participants and are fun and easy, but most importantly they are real. We work with a wide range of people from all backgrounds and ages, who are working with their health & well being.
THE CLINIC WELCOMES EVERYBODY.
Yoga will help you relax, keep fit, be healthy and enjoy life. This age-old system we call yoga is a blend of breathing techniques, relaxation, meditation and conscious movement will give you a healthy body, and a calmer emotional and mental outlook.
It's time to open up your body and mind, it is time to connect with what is really happening in your life, your emotions and with your health. Yoga therapy covers a broad range of therapeutic modalities, incorporating elements from both physical therapy and psychosomatic therapy.
Take the opportunity to increase your flexibility, heal your self , and well as look and feel your best, both physically and mentally.
WHAT WE TEACH.
The style of Yoga practiced and taught by us is Raja Yoga/Gita Style yoga, which is a form of a Hatha Yoga. The word Raja as in the word Maharaja, means the royal great king. Raja Yoga is one of the oldest forms of yoga true to what the principals of yoga is. It is Commonly known as the yogic royal path.
Once upon a time it was only Raja yoga was only taught to the rich and elite participants of yoga and was always kept esoteric and spoken in Sanskrit.
Raja yoga has no guru, it is not following a religion, there is no chanting, there is no worship or Indian based beliefs. It is about you being in control of your life, your body, your mind and your own energy, hence the kingly path, a king is the ruler of his domain.
Multiple studies have confirmed the many mental and physical benefits of yoga. Incorporating Yoga into your routine can help enhance your health, increase strength and flexibility and reduce symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety.
The proper practice of yoga will help to rewire and change your brain. That means that whatever you think, perceive and feel (whether intentional or unconscious) while you are practicing yoga is essentially training your brain to think, perceive and feel in these new ways.
I44 JOHNSTON STREET
My name is Krysto. I started practicing yoga in 1991, later trained as a yoga Teacher specialising in Gita Style Yoga and have taught continuously since.
Over the last 20 years I have successfully completed several post graduate courses, and many of the skills, knowledge and qualifications attained you will find in the private services of this website.
Hello, I’m Susie. I was first introduced to Yoga in 2002 by a very good friend who had overcome some challenges in her life by practicing yoga – I was inspired!
I first started my journey learning metaphysical philosophy and the ancient yogic wisdom’s, which eventually evolved into the practice of yoga and becoming a qualified Gita Style Yoga Teacher.
From the High Himalayan Mountains of Tibet, in 1954 these ancient wisdoms and teachings were brought to Australia by a woman named Margrit Segesman (1905 -1998).
A well respected teacher and a pioneer of yoga in Australia. Margrit is often called the Mother of yoga in Australia. Margrit established Melbourne's first school of yoga and named it Gita School of Yoga. Magarit's story is quite remarkable and is best known for her introducing yoga to Australia.
Over the past 20 years we have taught in a variety of organisations in Australia including:
Yoga Centers & Fitness Centers
Private Education System
Victorian State Library
St. Vincent's Hospital
Turning Point (drug & alcohol center)
Banking and Finance Organizations
Health & Yoga Council of Australia
Australian Federal Police
Australian Taxation Office
Victorian Correctional Services
National Yoga At The Parks Summer Program
Department of Employment Education & Training Services Victorian Government
Commonwealth Serum Laboratories
Local Community Centers
Countless Private & Public Classes