Grace invites you to enjoy an invigorating day of yoga practice, relaxation and yoga philosophy at the relaxing Colin Matheson Pavilion. The retreat is suitable for all levels of yoga – beginners or those who want to deepen their practice. It is also suitable for pregnant women.
Just complete the registration form and you will receive details of how to pay (bank transfer or cash). Once we have received your payment your place will be confirmed.
1 November 2015
Join me for a day of :
- Pranayama (breathing exercises)
- Meditation & Relaxation
- Yoga philosophy
- Henna tattoos (optional)
- Vegetarian lunch & afternoon tea
- Good company!
$140 per person
The retreat will be held at the Colin Matheson Pavilion, Cooke Point, Port Hedland
Please check your junk/spam box if you do not receive email confirmation of your booking within a few hours.
Happy Australia Day!
There will be no yoga class this Monday 26 January, 2015.
Enjoy the celebrations. I will see you back next Monda, 2 February for some sweaty mat time 🙂
Heads up: The last class before I take time off to have my baby will be Monday 2 March.
See you next week!
First class returns THIS Monday 12 January…
Tonight, with a great turn out to yoga class, I was able to raise $520 to contribute to a dear friend’s medical fund. My friend, Marian, who I have known basically since birth has been suffering from a terrible illness without any relief. She needs intensive treatment in Germany that is hopeful to heal her of Lyme disease she is suffering from. She is a mother and wife and struggles each day just to get by. If you could not make it to class or feel moved to contribute, please follow this link to read her story and contribute what you can. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support. Grace
Yoga With Grace For Kids raised $47.10 for the Make a Wish Foundation from their kids session at Hedland Playgroup this morning. Thank you for your generous donations mums!
Monday night classes will still be running as usual during the school holidays. 6:30-8:00pm at St Cecilia’s School Hall.
I will be away Monday 29 Sep, and I have Fionna Findley teaching the class for me.
Fionna has written a short blurb about herself for you…
Ever since I can remember I have always been intrigued with the body, how it moves, how it functions and why we sometimes get sick. I completed a Bachelor of Medical Science and still felt there was something not quite aligned with what I thought “healthy” was or should be. Having always been active as a dancer, gym goer, tennis player, swimmer I discovered Yoga as a nice active recover. From there my interest in Yoga grew and it is now my predominant activity as it incorporates, asana (postures), pranayama (breath) and Dhyana (meditation) and it can be done at anytime, any age and everywhere.
I truly believe that we all need to be in touch with our body and our mind; this allows us to explore a freedom that is liberating and instils a confidence that can be adopted in all areas of our lives. Yoga lets us explore and test our mental, emotional and physical state, watching how we respond to being uncomfortable is the key to improving and nurturing ourselves. The Yoga style I have adopted is a flow/vinyasa style, paying particular attention to alignment, breath and thoughts. Through Yoga flow we engage in moving meditation that is healing and beneficial, here is where we are our true selves.