Thursday 16 February : 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Friday 17 February : 9:30am - 10:15am
Saturday 18 February : 8:00am - 9:30am
Tuesday 21 February : 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Thursday 23 February : 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Friday 24 February : 9:30am - 10:15am
Saturday 25 February : 8:00am - 9:30am
Tuesday 28 February : 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Celebrating 13 years, Macarthur Yoga Therapy was established in 2004 and has been providing the highest level of yoga tuition in and around the Macarthur area. Having graduated with a Diploma in Yoga Instruction and Tuition from the International Yoga Teachers Association (IYTA) in 2003, and a Post Graduate Advanced Diploma in Yoga Teaching (IYTA) in 2014, my classes incorporate the benefits of HathaYoga; a style that provides a well-balanced holistic programme to suit both beginnners and those with prior experience. Each class is taylored and modified to meet the needs of the individual.
As an International Yoga Teachers Association (IYTA) member and teacher mentor, I can also provide advise and training to those looking to become a yoga instructor.
Other classes and venues include:
I am offering students uniquely individualised therapy progams that target and meet the needs of each client. I also apply my knoweldge each day, working and teaching for Autism Spectrum Australia (ASPECT). Here I am able to apply action research working with students with Asperger's and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
School Groups / Individualised Yoga Therapy programs now available.
In this fast paced world we live in, we often find ourselves becoming overwhelmed with daily quarrels and vices. Now, of course these situations all come with the human experience, but they don’t have to consume you. YOGA can help !
Melissa Dahl writes
It is true that for many people who are depressed, physical activity, and running in particular, helps tremendously. Now an intriguing line of research is suggesting that, for some, a combination of physical and mental training — called MAP training — may provide substantial help to those with major depressive disorder.
With a growing body of research proving yoga’s healing benefits, it’s no wonder more doctors—including those with traditional Western training—are prescribing this ancient practice to their patients. What’s behind the trend, and will it help you feel better?
It’s not about mastering the most difficult poses or holding a headstand. Ultimately, being a good yoga teacher is about simply being a good teacher.
By Kara Fujita Jovic
Doug Keisewetter writes -
I started doing yoga in 2011, when I was shutting down Iraq as part of Operation New Dawn.
Eight other Special Forces guys and I were the last American soldiers north of Baghdad, and our job was to represent U.S. support for a sovereign Iraqi state.