Title: Mini BootCamp – YOGA
Location: WorkLIfeBalance 1/47 Castlemaine St Milton Brisbane Aust
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Description: Yoga for all levels. Great intro for beginners. WINTER SALE – come to the mini bootcamp for just $130 which includes your group sessions and your personal sign-on [value $98]. One wee of sessions (4) or super bonus, attend as many as you like fromm 30 Aug (up to 8) for the same price!
Start Date: 2010-08-30
Start Time: 06:00
End Date: 2010-09-09
End Time: 07:00
Title: Mini BootCamp – YOGA
Title: Learn, Fix and Find Relationships
Location: Byron Bay Hinterland Australia
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Description: Build your emotional intelligence along with your \’love Intelligence\’. Retreat weekend in the beautiful and restful setting of \’Gunnebah\’ Byron Bay Hinterland with a full program of in-depth tried and tested tools for improving emotional intelligence and creating more intimate, mindful relationships. Organic scrummy food, yoga sessions and visioning for a weekend that will transform the way you look at yourself…current or potential partner!
Start Date: 2010-07-24
Start Time: 9:00
End Date: 2010-07-25
End Time: 16:00
Title: Easter times
Location: Milton Yoga Studio 1/47 Castlemaine St Milton Brisbane, Queensland Australia
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Description: YES! There is yoga class as usual on Thursday 1 April at 7.30 pm, and straight after Easter Tuesday 6 April both at 6 pm, and 7.30 pm. You are welcome to leave a message by email, or SMS us over the Easter break 0410 570 441.
Start Date: 2010-04-01
End Date: 2010-04-06
Title: YOGA \”99 Tips for $99\”
Location: Milton Yoga Studio
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Description: Yoga Workshop in a tidy bundle! I am using poetic licence here as there are not actually 99 tips – but – I will take you through significant areas of YOGA and give you the most important focuses for each. Over 5 hours you will touch on Stretch, Strength, Relaxation, Meditation, Core Strength and Stability, Breathing, Abdominal Stength, Pain relief for the back and neck, and much, much more. This is the first in a series of 14 workshops this year which are open to everyone. Do all 14 and the competency testing, and qualify as a trained Susan Wanmer Yoga Teacher.
Start Time: 10:00
End Time: 15:00
Title: Personal Transformation
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Description: 14 modules of personal transformation on offer using yoga. Do this for yourself, a career change, to learn yoga, or become a yoga teacher. Sunday 28th is the first module to set you on the Year of Personal Transformation. Five hours of intense information about the yogic journey. Special offer – if you sign on for the 10 month program, use this module as your downpayment towards the rest!
Start Time: 12:00
End Time: 17:00
Title: Valentine YOGA!
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Description: Relationships are the one area where you can\’t bluff. This is the ultimate mind-body connection. See how Yoga can show you your patterns and how you create relatioships. Use simple yogic approach to attract/ improve/deepen love in your life.
Start Time: 18:30
End Time: 21:00
We are running a 3 week Yoga Program to bring you into Yoga with an easy-to-begin format for beginnners [male and female]. But Hurry – it starts in a week, is nearly booked out, and there are only a couple of complimentary appointment times left this week. 3369 7404, 0410 570 441 or
WE’D LIKE ONE BEROCA AND A GLASS OF WATER EVERY MORNING OF YOGA BOOTCAMP.
Best wishes Team Sunshine
The Sunshine Team had Mondayitis today–and it was Tuesday! And yet there was a marvellous opportunity for true Yoga today. Perhaps the rush of Christmastime had jarred the recruits and kept them in their more external focus. The most important aspect to take out of today’s training was to take on the mind as an observer. New postures can bring up emotions. In yoga that is seen as valuable as it gives the yogi an opportunity to deal with those emotions in a controlled environment. Common responses are to become frustrated, upset, defensive, or angry. The beauty of Yoga Bootcamp is that you can roll through those reactions, guided by the Yamas and Niyamas.
When your Bootcamp Sergeant suggests you could go further, do differently, lift higher, move the belly button etc, it is to send you inside yourself. Your response to take you mind back in to your nervous system (which in turn controls your muscles) and wonder and ponder “how could this be?, how could this happen? how could this be achieved”. It is a wonder, a ponder, a silent and still questioning…creating a space from which the answer will come. And the answer will come back through the body–not through the intellect. You wonder, “How could I possibly lift higher?”. You wait. Response AHA! Suddenly the muscles find a little more stretch, a little more strength. That, my dear recruits and readers is the true mind-body connection.
Today we mobilised the shoulders as promised. We also worked the famous Yoga Bootcamp “puddle and snatch’ move to work the spine and abs at the same time. Shoulders responded much better than expected. Great roll-up to all week one sessions. Recruits rated the session highly and their participation high. The trainer was pleased. When learning new movements, it works well to leave it to sink in and then review it – so looking forward to next week! Big focus on digesting in preparation for Christmas and New Year.
Bursting at the seams was Milton Yoga Studio this morning! Doors opened 5.58 am as promised and the new recruits assembled on the mats awaiting their first session. First test was to remember the name of the recruit they sat next to. After five blank memories, (it was 6.05 am after all), the group took a moment to tell each other their code names. They also volunteered a group spokesperson Beachcomber to respon on behalf of the group when the group lost its ‘yes ma’am’, ‘yes sir’ gusto. Beroca nominated her, and Dawn seconded it. Other recruit codenames for this Yoga Bootcamp are: Radical, Light, Strong, Progress, Imagine, Petal, Strength, Serenity, Grace, Lithay, Spark, Cornerstone. Using codenames is a way to step out of the ego, and step out of the ingrained habits, into a new aspect of self with new possibilities. The individual’s codename is a word that is motivational/ inspirational to them personally.
An apology to Promise, codename‘Swooshed’ last Yoga bootcamp. She (belatedly) received the inaugural Bugle award for having graduated from four Yoga Bootcamps. Promise left for work with instructions to wear the bugle all day…..so did you, Promise?!
ALL RECRUITS: YOU ARE WELCOME TO ADD YOUR COMMENTS ON THE BLOG UNDER YOUR CODENAME, OR E-MAIL THE STUDIO AND WE WILL PASTE THEM UP FOR YOU. firstname.lastname@example.org
Today was recuperation day. Postures were on the more yin side–gentle, slow, silent, focussed.
Sometimes the evaluation is “Will I stay in bed for an extra half hour, or go to Yoga Bootcamp?’ The beauty of the Yoga Bootcamp is that we have scope to ramp it up, or slow it down, according to the group’s energy. All recruit left this morning feeling rested and ready for the day.
Today was the gentler side of Yoga Bootcamp. A recovery session. Postures were quieter, calmer, silent, focussed, held longer to bring the mind’s awareness to the body. A more yin approach this morning left the recruits refreshed and ready to face the day. Graduation day tomorow!
Today we used staffs, and wooden blocks to great advantage. We focused on a dynamic Warrior Pose today using a staff to forward bend down and pass to another person. Once the recruits had the idea, we improved the technique by pushing the hips forward, and flowing up into the upstretch. It is a ‘toning’ bootcamp–and this helped achieve that effect. The result? Super strong work through the legs because the hips and knees were moving more. We also used the staff in a seated forward bend. Then to continue the work into the core, and arms, we used blocks to create Lolasana – pendant pose. Those who had attended the Core Strength Workshop on the weekend were able to practice their bandhas with HaHa breath. Good strong session to end off week two.
We announced today the dates for the final Yoga Bootcamp of the year. Because of Christmas, it will be a mini-Bootcamp, and the focus will be on both Digestion – lots of twists and core work to help digest metabolise and eliminate, and keeping your calm. Postures to help you keep your cool, and sanity at this busy time of year! Click on the flyer below:
A few recruits feeling a little tired or low on energy this morning. ‘Beroca’ Missing-in-action. Tomorrow we sound the gong for him as a missing and vital member of this team. The yoga circuit was used extensively this morrning to focus on the target areas of core strength/ abdomen, balance, back and arms. We adapted traditional Yoga postures to modern equipment and the ropes wall. As the energy started to flag and the recruits looked as if they were dragging themselves off to the salt mines instead of changing stations, we disrupted things a little by changing the pace, and frequency/ duration of the poses. Despite the fact that this is explained on the induction sheet at goal-setting it drew mumbling, chaos and confusion from Team Strawberry Strength. The change of pace, and frequency is as beneficial to the mind as it is to the body.. The Team fell into some interval training [light jogging] around the circuit stations until the energy lifted and the sense of humour prevailed. With the lymphatic system awakened with the walking/ jogging, we drove the energy into the body for health and healing via a relaxation. Good Team Spirit —’staff meeting’ tomorrow ….
Eight recruits on the ground lined up like sardines, pulling in the ribs to create Uddiyana Bandha and to snatch the chest off the ground. Supervising were Phoenix, and Re-Fresh. Re-Fresh, [Bubbles] from Vitality Bootcamp, gets special mention for radical change in the shoulder awareness. Ropes wall, floor, and body weight all contributed to the arms poses this morning. Epaulettes had the concept of plank in ‘her mind’s eye’, then lo and behold the body followed and lifted off the floor. Oh and a huge thank-you to Limber for her teachings to the group of the Yamas of Aparigraha, Asteya, and Ahimsa. We all benefited from the real-life application of the precepts!
The group of recruits became a team today, and named itself Team Strawberry Strength. Some team bonding, co-ordination and gentle cardio work combined in a bolster workout in a circle. Beroca handling up to three bolsters at a time to keep the peace, and Fighter throwing to Sergeant Delight – both highly innovative moves that we haven’t seen in this activity before in previous Yoga Bootcamps. Much hilarity proved that some Laughter Yoga at 6 am is a good and healthy thing.
The focus in Yoga Bootcamp today was the use of the entire body, following on with the core strength theme from Saturday’s workshop. Building on the spine work with plank, and leg work with Yoga Squats. We did a 10 minute standing routine warming up the shoulders and arms – going through prayer, palm tree etc while balancing on the toes in Tadasana through to squatting. Great Yoga Asteya to see individual recruits choosing how far into the squat they would go depending on their individual bodies. One Yoga Squat with knee bandhas working and hips forward equals 10 squats with bum sticking out. Be proud Team Strawberry Strength! We started with backbends today. Fighter, Lightness were noticeably stronger compared with last week – already! Positive – building greater awareness. Grace – Sergeant can see that you are putting tremendous effort in to working your back (and therefore your tummy and legs) in a completely new way. Keep it up. Phoenix – you’re in my sights for tomorrow.
Note to the whole team: When there is new learning, you may pass through a period of discouragement and frustration – even hopelessness. Stay SANTOSA – if you keep going, the body in its innate intelligence builds more strength and neural pathways. Before you can say Aparigraha you will find that you have progressed. This also teaches you emotional resilience to handle the tough times life throws at you.
This morning the Yoga Bootcamp went from a group to a Team. They have named themselves ‘Team Strawberry Strength’. The name chosen is a combination of the 13 group goals. This becomes a Team goal and sets this Yoga Bootcamp apart from any other. some recruits are at a point of confusion, where they haVe picked movements up easily Day 1 or 2, but are having difficulty maintaining it at Day 4. This is simply an assimilation issue, and if the ego stays out of it, the body will regain what it had in days one and two. There was a group task this morning that involved bolsters being used dynamically. Full points to Fighter for throwing the bolster to the Yoga Trainer, and Beroca, who was holding up to three bolsters at one time for the continuity of the task. Two very innovative thoughts – never before seen in 12 months of Yoga bootcamp.
This Team has named their Yoga /Trainer —– ‘SERGEANT DELIGHT’!!!
0610 hours and the Tibetan singing bowl was just bringing the Yoga Bootcamp out of meditation. Our surprise guest trainer for the morning who had sneaked in during meditation, was Police Constable ‘Lewis’. His 50 minute session worked the cardio-vascular fitness a little more than the previous two days. Much focus oncore strength and correct placement of the back in preparation for the Core Stength Yoga Workshop on Saturday. It was fantastc from a yoga training point of view to be able to walk around and observe. The recruits who lacked abdominal strength and overused the head and neck, were stiff through the spine. So, we will add spinal limbering into the mix next week. the session with Constable Lewis reminded the Yoga Bootcamp of the importance of doing the more dynamic (flowing) movements to help build flexibility and fitness.
Fantastic work this morning! The noticeable thing about this group is their desire to learn and apply. We acknowledge that it is hard work to learn how to move the spine differently to start using different muscles. The reward was some shaky legs and abs starting to feel sore even after yesterday. Not that we want you to feel sore, but that is recognition that you have worked the body out of its usual comfort zone. Your body’s response to that is to build stronger muscles, tone, improve your heart rate. Arms had a workout this morning with a seated yoga sequence, a touch of martial arts arms, and ‘peeling up’ from crocodile to work the back muscles, arms and shoulders. Every Bootcamper had progressed overnight. Congratulations. Signing off [Sergeant Bootcamp].
0600 today, Monday morning saw the arrival of the new recruits. Day 1 allows us to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the recruits now they have assembled as a group. The expectation by the end of week three is that there will be a noticeable improvement We went through cat, active cat, downward dog, plank, yoga lunges with cardio, and a short balancing sequence. Oh, and yoga squats with the tail tucked under–guaranteed to work the legs 10 times harder. The Yoga Studio spent an hour after this mornings session working out a sequence with a surprise guest trainer. We don’t know whether to bring in the surprise as a ‘reward’ … or a ‘punishment’ …this is a Bootcamp after all!
All recruits Limber, Lightness, Re-Fresh, Giraffe-Woman, Epaulette, Free, Beroca, Fighter, Positive, Namaste, Phoenix, Strong, Grace, you are welcome to add comments using your e-mail address and codename. Signing off [Sergeant Bootcamp]
0600hours. We welcome Beroca, Free, Namaste, Giraffe Woman, Re-Fresh, Phoenix, Epaulette, Fighter, Positive, Lightness, Limber, Strong, Grace to the Team.
We recommend that you don’t miss the best Springtime Bootcamp around. Contact us today to register 3369 7407, email@example.com. Twelve sessions available we will work you head to toe, and mind and body–attend as many sessions as you feel comfortable with.
Both Teams concluded Yoga Vitality Bootcamp with a fast and strong review of the postures they had covered over the three weeks. We had gone through the same routine over week one, and the last session ramped it up, with no breaks. As not every Recruit could attend the last session, even those who were absent still received applause and acknowledgement. As to what the Recruits achieved for themselves? Read the team comments:
‘stronger’, ‘more flexibility’, ‘stronger in my core’, ‘less headaches’, ‘regained the person I was and the flexibility I had years ago’, ‘lightness within myself’, ‘happier’, ‘feel better around my middle’, ‘hips and knees have improved’, ‘more energy’, ‘I’m doing so much more than I was at the beginning’, ‘much better balance’. Many Recruits have their names down for the next Bootcamps which will start after a few weeks break–why not join in?!
Sergeant Springer and Gong signing off. DISSSMMISSED!
Team gong was sore, sore, sore today from the Yoga Circuit yesterday. They even told Gong that “it was just like a proper Bootcamp!”. Laughter Yoga happened when Team Gong tried to walk down the length of the Studio with the staff, and extending the leg like a dynamic version of padangustastana. Many, many variations and much laughter later, we finished with seated stretches and relaxation. Sometimes we can laugh, but occasionally we laugh from deep within. That laughter from deep within creates enormous changes in the body. We certainly experienced that today…wish you had been there with us to experience it…it brings a smile to the face just remembering it!
What a hilarious day! Perhaps the impending rain has made everyone a little upbeat! 6 am Sergeant Springer Team began with a little nausea-quelling technique (Chinese acupressure ear massage), then a review of Yamas and Niyamas turned into the form of a personal question. Standing forward bends, lunges and lunge twists followed. What great progress since we first did this on Week One. Rock-solid balance and a good concept of how to move the belly and spine in the twist. A few recruits stayed for a cup of RooiBus and discussed the integration of migrants into Australia–all that before 7.15 am!
Thanks for your comments today! Spring–how could you forget your codename … and a staff meeting? There will be three weeks break maximum, and we will start a brand new Yoga Bootcamp. Tell us if you would like to know when that starts. Every Bootcamp uses different postures, has different attendees-and remember that each of you are a vital part of the Bootcamp, as your goals, attendance, and codename make the Bootcamp unique. If you bring a friend next time, you will save 30%. But the really important point about returning is that we accumulate your goals. Next time you register, we add our observations in with yours so that we can finetune your postures to your body better and better each time.
If you are sad about the break from Yoga Bootcamp, why not join us at Murwillumbah for the weekend Womens Vitality Residential? … Or the annual Men’s Workout this Saturday? * An event not to be missed if you like to work deeply.
There’s photos in the Studio for all to see tomorrow–and the kettle will be on for cups of herbal tea- both teams welcome.
*PS: you can’t attend both, but you could tell people about them!
With two days to go, there is a definite increase in the energy and vitality of the group as a whole. The dedication to turning up and going through the poses is paying off-and it shows. Today we revised some key principles from the Induction–Yamas and Niyamas (behaviours and thoughts) relevant to Yoga Bootcamp. As we move into stronger stretching, the recruit is hedged in safely by some perameters. These include not forcing, or being violent to the body; being aware that different parts of the body may need special attention; pushing self out of the comfort zone and inertia, but at the same time not being too driven and ‘greedy’ to attain the pose, and accepting that every day is different, every pose is different and that there is no perfect pose. Have a ‘Santosa” day!
Both teams worked with staffs today for balance work, traditional standing poses, and to build core strength and increase heartrate. We are pulling the ‘plank’ theme into our ‘puddle and plank’ jungle moves for stronger back and ab muscles. The Ninja kicks today got the heart rate up using the same shape back and front muscles for stability. Because the recruits were moving so fast, most of the photos are blurred, or you had already put your feet back on the ground. We’ll keep trying so that you can see yourself as a recruit! You’d be impressed–we are!
We finished the sessions with some good stretching, and will build on that tomorrow. Well done, both teams!
Team Springer – 6 am–fantastic session with spines growing taller, shoulders broader, pecs bigger! Swooshed was cheered and clapped for her lengthy demonstration so that we could see the pose developing–thanks Swooshed! Herbal tea all round. Recruits gave feedback as to what they wanted more of, and less of. We are well in sync with the schedule offering the four sessions next week –a lot of leg and stretch work, more planks to build ab/ back strength, and balancing. Enjoy your four-day break. Click on the photo above and you will recognise your Yoga Trainer with the Brisbane Broncos in the same pose.
Team Gong put in a really good session (despite their complaining!) practicing a dynamic balancing pose with partners that worked the whole body, got the heart rate up, and required focus.
The 6 am Springer Team had a session of arm poses both stretching and strengthening through shoulders and chest. They also practiced HA/ HA breath to stimulate internally and release the diaphragm.
Most recruits have tried to attend all sessions. At 6 am Yoga Bootcamp. we were finishing the session talking about VITALITY. Looking around, the recruits were sitting in their natural energy. Natural energy is similar to who you are at home. It is important to drop into that side of yourself (the less bright side) ocassionally, as it brings up the less social exterior. If you resist the temptation to go into your nervous energy, you will build your health rather than burning out.
Today’s sessions were a hard-earned ‘regeneration’ sequence. As important as it is to use tapas to push yourself out of routine, it is important to acknowledge ahimsa-non-violence to the body, to allow it time to let-down, heal, and build muscle. Sergeant Springer and Gong’s reward was to see the relaxed and refreshed faces as the recruits filed out one hour later. Psychologically, pushing yourself constantly, even in Yoga, can build up an aversion to the activity. We want your body and your yoga to be a joy to come back to rather than a duty.
Both teams collaborated in secret on Thursday to bestow a codename on their Yoga Trainer. The codename becomes not only the Trainer’s name, but summarises each Team’s collective goals. Thursday was traditional Day 4 ‘Liver Day’ detox crossroads. Many of us vowed to have an early night to help the body handle the increased activity. To everyone’s credit, most recruits turned up Monday 6 am. So we blessed the 11 am ‘Gongs’, and 6 am ‘Sargeant Springers’ with a series of Yoga Lunges done with partners to increase the effect.
The 6 am Team sent ‘Improve’ off with humming breath in a circle to vibrate her cells into a happy and energised birthday. This morning we used a tone combined with the outbreath to free up the chest, and bring vitality to the area deep within the lungs. The Team continued to build vitality through poses focussing on core strength-balancing and back releases. Well done!
The 11 am Team followed the same basic setup as the 6 am. A smaller, and more stoic group. This Team is already looking for a codename for its Yoga Trainer. These new recruits kept the energy moving with a good sense of fun.
Thank you to everyone who has made this Spring Bootcamp such a success already. We have filled all the places, and are taking expressions of interest for the next Yoga Bootcamp.
firstname.lastname@example.org, (07) 3369 7404.
Each year we take the most important themes and package them specifically for the guys. The interest this year has been in stretching. So we are showing how to co-activate certain muscle groups to provide you with great strength around the joints. Then we will show you how to stretch the muscle from one end to the other with three goals …
1. Improve overall flexibility
2. Imrove your overall strength
3. Maximum stretch with risk management = no injuries to hold you back
All ages, all stages, absolute beginners and inflexibles are really welcome. This is always the BEST event of the calendar year!
$55 contact us for info and bookings: (07) 3369 7404 email@example.com
Thanks for the positive feedback from our radio interview. These are the important details for the Womens’ Residential in Northern New South Wales:
Saturday 20, Sunday 21 October 2007. Nestled in to the Murwillumbah Area–think luscious, green, restful. Accomodation and all meals included. We will be building your energy and vitality over the weekend, using yoga, relaxations, breathing , meditations, just stopping to eat and sleep in between.
The yoga won’t be complex–so beginners are welcome, and those of you who have done yoga before–you know how you can work into the pose so you will gain the deeper insights into the technique. We are going to build your relationship with your yoga!
The feel for this retreat will be one nurturing stream of yoga and beautiful surroundings and yummy organic food–quite different from our mixed yoga groups.
Contact us and leave message for more info: 3369 7404
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Susan
These start next week, so … Challenge yourself and your friends/ family/ work colleagues and recruit yourselves into our latest Yoga Bootcamp. The theme: Build Vitality!
Contact us 3369 7404, email@example.com for more details. Also check out the flyer on the Yoga Bootcamp Info Page on the left.
If you would like to learn how the 9 Keys to Healthy Living, Yoga postures for stress, or how to evaluate and deal with your own stress symptoms, then this seminar is especially for you.
Firstly the yoga postures are within most people’s range of movement, secondly you will be given your own stress and health checklist so that you can self-evaluate and deal with symptoms in the easy-to-prevent early stages. Thirdly the yoga is targeted to help with energy levels, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, difficulty digesting, sad thoughts, increasing your happy thoughts, relieving headaches.
Bookings are now open. To book in, or for more info:
(07) 33669 7404, firstname.lastname@example.org. Bring some friends!
meditation Find your Inner Peace with the Meditation Workshop on Saturday 14 July. For two hours, immersed in the sanctuary-like atmosphere of the Studio, experience guided meditations and relaxations to calm your body and mind. 2-4 pm and a handout of meditation tips to take away with you. All-inclusive $55–bring a friend and save $10! Contact us for more info or bookings as places are filling fast. 3369 7404 or email@example.com .
Thank you for the response to the Winter Warmer Yoga bootcamp starting next week. (Hopefully most of the team will start on Monday 18 June, but it is possible to start other days of the forthcoming week.) We have two packages for the 6 am session left–Goals Sheet, Induction Info Sheet, and attendance at as many Bootcamp mini-workshops as you can fit in. $150 per package–if you bring a friend, pay only $100!. Level 1: all levels is a great way to start Yoga, or to deepen your experience. Contact us if you are wanting more info–or to see if there is a space left–but Hurry! 3369 7404 leave a message.
If you would like a fitness experience that will work your entire body without any yelling or screaming, then contact us about our next Yoga [Winter Warmer] Bootcamp. Based on the yoga principles of mind and body connection, the bootcamp is at 6 am, running for three weeks. It is a set fitness, stretch and strength programme that suits even those of you who are new to yoga. 11 sessions in all, we hope you would be able to attend at least two each week for maximum benefit. Contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (07) 3369 7404 to answer your questions and/ or book you in.
If you would like a fitness experience that will work your entire body without any yelling or screaming, then contact us about our next Yoga [Barefoot] Bootcamp. Based on the yoga principles of mind and body connection, the bootcamp is at 6 am, running for three weeks. It is a set fitness, stretch and strength programme that suits even those of you who are new to yoga. 11 session in all, we hope you would be able to attend at least two each week for maximum benefit. $150 all inclusive. Contact us by email: email@example.com or phone (07) 3369 7404 to answer your questions and/ or book you in.
Wednesday evenings 7.15 pm–8.30pm. A Meditation and Relaxation focus for you. Starts Wednesday 18 april 2007.