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Beginners to Yoga

Beginners to yoga:

Let’s start at your arrival:
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early for every class. Just give yourself that gift.

At Indie Yoga, we offer you a quiet , leafy suburb and a high vibrational space to experience your body in, to hear your thoughts, to check in with your emotions, to liberate yourself from stress, time with yourself to heal, to find your own voice, your creative energy, your secret super power.

We offer varied styles of yoga at different levels of experience.
The levels are listed in the schedule: every body is different – sometimes level 2 is strong asana for the body, sometimes it is stillness for you to pause, practice patience and be still in…

We recommend you try out as many different styles and teachers over a 2 month period before you really decide about yoga. 1 class will not be enough time for your body to understand that you have made a commitment to its wellbeing, nor for you to fully disentangle from the habits that bind you, so we invite you to a program that will take you on a journey – please tell us how your practice and your relationship with yourself is involving! We love to know and it inspires us to be a part of it.

About PARKING at the studio, since we are located in a residential area, please note, we encourage all students who feel confident as drivers to park INSIDE. Please park in a way that the most number of cars can fit on the pavement – 4 on the left of the driveway and about 6 on the right. Please make use of our neighbors two parking spaces at #5.
Please park on the road, and NOT on any ones’ grass.
Feel free to park everyone in who is parked on our pavement by parking on the other side. (but not on the grass).
Thank you.

If you feel you are older or newer to yoga than anyone else, rest assured, everyone is on the mat taking care of their own experience, no one will mind if you stop to pause and take a break or if you can’t touch your toes. We highly recommend you pace yourself in a practice, noting to not bale out of every challenging situation but to ensure you don’t push into adrenaline, draining your adrenals which too easily happens in every day life.