Casual and block pass are available.
- 10 Class Pass for $170.
- 20 Class Pass for $270.
- Casual Class Pass for $20 (Pay in studio only).
- Casual Concession Class Pass for $15.00 (Pay in studio only).
At Yogic Wisdom we teach a Classical/Hatha, therapeutic style of yoga, focusing on the whole person not just the physical body. All classes include; Asana (movement), Pranayama (breath) and Meditation (focus/mind) in line with the authentic essence of Yoga and Krishnamacharya’s teachings.
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (classical yoga text) emphasizes that all aspects of human life, including our relationships with others, our behaviour, our health, our breathing, and our meditation, are all significant aspects of the path of Yoga.
At Yogic Wisdom you are the focus, all postures can be modified and adjusted to suit you to ensure “wisdom is at work” for self harmony of the body, breath and mind..
Over 55’s Yoga Classes
Over 55’s yoga classes are specially adapted and modified yoga to suit all individuals and bodies. Students are encouraged to work to their own capability, comfortably and with ease. The teachers will provide guidance, instructions and support to enable students to get the most benefit out of a class, irrespective of any health conditions.
Common health conditions that are assisted with yoga are:
- High blood pressure
- Hip and knee restrictions
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Address: 16 York Street, Speers Point, NSW
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More On Krishnamacharya
Tirumalai Krishnamacharya (November 18, 1888 – February 28, 1989) was an Indian yoga teacher, ayurvedic healer and scholar. Often referred to as “the father of modern yoga”, Krishnamacharya is widely regarded as one of the most influential yoga teachers of the 20th century and is credited with the revival of hatha yoga.
Krishnamacharya held degrees in all the six Indian philosophies. In his earlier life Krishnamacharya travelled around India giving lectures and demonstrations to promote yoga, including such feats as stopping his heartbeat. He is widely considered as the architect of vinyasa, in the sense of combining breathing with movement. Underlying all of Krishnamacharya’s teachings was the principle “Teach what is appropriate for an individual.”
While he is revered in other parts of the world as a yogi, in India Krishnamacharya is mainly known as a healer who drew from both ayurvedic and yogic traditions to restore health and well-being to those he treated.
Some of Krishnamacharya’s students include many of yoga’s most renowned teachers:
• T.K.V Desikachar, (his son)
• Indra Devi
• B.K.S Iyengar,(his brother-in-law )
• Pattabhi Jois
• A.G Mohan
• B.N.S. Iyengar
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P: 0410 545 502
Address: 16 York Street Teralba, NSW