2011 has been great year for us at Liveyogalife.com! We hope 2011 has been just as rewarding for you.
We wish you all of the best for the festive season. Safe travelling, and enjoy spending time with family and friends.
All the best for an exciting and amazing 2012!
The team at Liveyogalife.com
The talk focused on the importance of personal yoga practice, and that divine feminine is a celebration of the divine nature of women.
Eve will attending the Divine Feminine Conference, Novotel Sydney Olympic Park on 26 – 27 November 2011.
We are once again delighted to be featured in the October 2011 issue of Australian Yoga Journal magazine. The magazine comes with a complimentary CD featuring a 40-minute Yoga Synergy Open Class by one of liveyogalife.com’s most endeared teachers, Simon Borg-Olivier. co-founder and director of Yoga Synergy, Sydney (studios located at Bondi Junction, Newtown & Surry Hills).
This 40-minute yoga class is the 3rd in a 4-set-series of classes. The 4-class-set has been designed to be accessible for beginners (Classes 1 & 4) and advanced practitioners (practice to the full set or focus on Classes 2 & 3). These are well-rounded & fluid practices. For more information, check out Simon’s complete series of classes.
As a sciences & specialist lecturer in yoga anatomy & physiology, you can benefit from the benefits arising from this style of yoga by doing your practice whenever you can – at home, or while travelling.
Check out the complimentary class in this month’s issue of Australian Yoga Journal magazine, available at your local news agent today!
Yoga Teacher Podcasts is a hub of featured interviews with revered Yoga teachers of our time. You can access the books they recommend music they love charities they support. The intention is to inspire your yoga journey through stories.
The creator and host of Yoga Teacher Podcasts is Bettina Mitchell. Her vision for this website is that it will:
* to establish a record of stories of revered yoga teachers making a significant contribution to yoga in our time, especially those who inspire our Australian yoga community.
* to explore what drew them to yoga and what keeps them in the service of yoga and their students.
* to satisfy students’ curiosity about how yoga has shaped these teachers lives, who their yoga teachers have been, and what inspires them.
Join the community – on the Yoga Teacher Podcasts site you can suggest teachers to Bettina whom you would like to hear from, and even what questions to ask.
YTP has a mission, to speak to at least 108 yoga teachers who “make a considerable contribution to the yoga community and who enhance peoples lives with their knowledge, skills, wisdom and passion for yoga.”
So check out this amazing new resource, kick back and enjoy!
The must read new book for mums and mums to be everywhere! Renowned yoga teacher Katie Spiers has always been a trail blazer and she brings a lifetime of creativity and insights to her new book ‘The Yoga of Birth’ which details how the ancient practices of yoga can help women during and after child birth.
This book shows that yoga is as relevant and useful on the mat at a studio as it is during pregnancy and the early years of a child’s life.
As any parent knows having a child is an anxious time but nervous mums can find guidance in this book which deals with everything from staying healthy during pregnancy to information on food for infants.
Katie Spiers tackles subjects in the book that many others are afraid of and gives frank and honest advice on immunisation and diet.
Katie is uniquely placed to give advice and break new ground in applying yoga to child birth given her own experience raising two boys Christos and Ziggy while juggling a business and publishing career.
Stay tuned for news of the Book Launch in Sydney later this month.
Live Yoga Life has a wide range of MP3 yoga classes, yoga ebooks and yoga books available for you to download:
Yoga Synergy Open Class 1: Introductory Practice. This class focuses on some basic standing postures, as well as wrist flexes & lateral stretches that work on lengthening & strengthening the body, and rejuvenating the spine. This class is designed as a warm up for the whole body and is suitable for people new to yoga. You can do this classes as a complete practice, or in combination with classes 2, 3 or 4.
Yoga Synergy Open Class 2: Grounding & Standing Postures. The 2nd of a series of open-level classes, this class focuses strengthening the legs, and developing your sense of groundedness. This is a more dynamic practice designed for experienced practitioners and ideally follows the warm-up segment from Open Class 1.
Yoga Synergy Open Class 3: Floor Postures. This is the third of a series of open-level classes that focuses on forward bends, back bends and core-strengthening. This class builds on work from Classes 1 & 2. This is a more dynamic practice designed for experienced practitioners, and ideally follows the warm-up segment in Open Class 1, and dynamic practice from Open Class 2.
Yoga Synergy Open Class 4: Gentle Practice. This is the fourth in a series of open-level classes designed to be suitable as a one-off exercise for beginners. It is also ideal as a cool down to complete a more dynamic and longer practice flowing from Classes 1, 2 & 3. This practice focuses on twists, gentle backbends, hip-openers, and breathing exercises.
Live Yoga Life has a wide range of MP3 yoga classes, yoga eBooks and yoga books available for you to download: