Yantra Yoga is a unique Yoga of Movement and Breathing which is very applicable to contemporary conditions. Connect with this outstanding system through a weekly class open to all levels of participation – from the absolute yoga beginner to the veteran yogi looking to deepen their practice.
What is it?
Weekly classes are designed to introduce or expand one’s experience of Yantra Yoga, as well as to support ongoing practice. Newcomers can expect to get a taste of what Yantra Yoga is, while ongoing participants continue to compile a working understanding of the Yantra Yoga system .
Weekly classes are not strictly organised as a course, and participants are able to drop in and out. However regular, ongoing participation will be sure to establish the strongest base for a fruitful practice.
Tuesdays 6:30pm to 8:00pm
The Aeoncademy Centre, Yarralumla Primary School Loftus Street Yarralumla
As an introductory offer come along for a FREE First Session
Aeoncademy is providing the classes on a Casual or Package Basis.
Casual classes cost $24/class, or $20 for a Concession rate
The packages are –
5 Class Pass – $110
10 Class Pass – $200
To book, call Aeoncademy, on 6142 3268, or read more at Yantra Yoga – A Unique Yoga Experience.
Instructor Mathew Long has a deep and abiding respect for the effectiveness of the Yantra Yoga system and its capacity to enrich people’s lives. Mathew is also a Creative Director of Aeoncademy. Math has been practicing Yantra Yoga since 1995 and received his First Level Yantra Yoga Diploma in 2003. His qualification was recently upgraded to an International Diploma.
As a teacher Mathew provides calm, well-explained and clear instruction, and always helps ensure those who need further guidance get the assistance they need.
Important Information for Prospective Participants
If you are experiencing any of the following conditions please do not participate in the Yantra Yoga classes until you have been cleared to do so by a Doctor:
- Acute Back, Neck or Spine problem
- Acute Heart condition
- Current Injury
- Current Illness
Re Food in stomach-
You are likely to be very uncomfortable and not feel well if you have anything like a full stomach when you are doing Yantra Yoga; therefore it is strongly recommended that you do not eat for at least 2 hours before the class (length of time : ‘heaviness’/digestibility of food). I would suggest that you have a good breakfast and lunch, making sure that you do not have a late lunch, and have a light, early afternoon tea to help get you through the class, given its 8:00pm finish.
Suggest shorts and singlet, with a ‘tracksuit’/loose-pants-&-pullover for easy off and on in order to maintain warm body temp.
What to bring
- Yoga mat
- Sitting cushion-or-such
Optional yoga props (not at all essential) –