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Mon, 28 Sept


greenhaus studio - wellness spa & yoga

Gentle Hatha Yoga Class

A slow, gentle and nurturing Hatha Yoga class. Ideal for beginners and experienced yogi's alike. My highly adaptive and inclusive teachings encourage safe and mindful movement of your body in preparation for the higher limbs of yoga such as pranayama, meditation and deep relaxation.

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Gentle Hatha Yoga Class
Gentle Hatha Yoga Class

Time & Location

28 Sept 2020, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

greenhaus studio - wellness spa & yoga, 580 Beaufort St, Mount Lawley WA 6050, Australia

About the Event

A slow, gentle and nurturing Hatha Yoga class. My teachings are highly adaptive and inclusive meaning everyone is welcome, from beginners to experienced yogi's. 

I will guide you through safe and mindful movements for your body offering modifications where needed. This conscious approach to your asana practice prepares your body and mind well for the higher limbs of yoga which are pranayama (breath practices), meditation and deep relaxation.

I am a highly qualified Hatha yoga instructor, therapist and trainer, who has been teaching since 2011 and practicing for over 20 years. My teaching style is gentle but empowering, slow but deep. I will guide you safely through your own exploration of self inquiry on the yoga mat whilst your body and mind welcome insight, calm, freedom and feeling.

To book please use my preference of Pay ID (pay to mobile), or EFT prior to class, to the following details:

For Pay ID please use mobile number: 0422 424 386

Ref: Your first name, Greenhaus

Amount: $20 per individual class OR $36 if paying for two classes upfront.

EFT Bank Details:

Acc: 38076318

BSB: 923-100

Ref: Your first name, Greenhaus

Amount: $20 per individual class OR $36 if paying for two classes upfront.

If you require a receipt please email me, and include all the details required to be listed on your receipt.

I am so looking forward to seeing you on the mat at the beautiful Greenhaus Studio very soon.



P.S: Not heard of Pay ID before? You should be able to find the option to select Pay ID in your participating financial institution’s online or mobile banking. Depending on who you bank with, the ability to pay to a PayID may automatically appear as an option, or you may be required to choose an Osko or fast payment first.

When you enter the PayID you intend to pay, the name of the person or organisation that owns that PayID will be confirmed before you make the payment. All you have to do is simply confirm it’s the right person or organisation and your bank will securely communicate with their bank, sending the money via the New Payments Platform into their bank account. And as part of an Osko payment, the money will arrive usually within a minute. For further information about Pay ID please head to the website here.

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