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 Life changing exercise… 

 In today’s busy world, it’s easy to disconnect from your body, mind and spirit. It’s easy to become distracted by work and home pressures and lose your focus and sense of life’s purpose.

By taking time to rediscover our balance – to truly connect to your spirit and soul – you can support your body physically, emotionally, spiritually and engage fully in the adventure of life.

Yoga is truly a life changing exercise promotes physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. Not only is it deeply relaxing and rejuvenating, it also helps you to support your body through the demands and pressures of life. Regardless of your age or fitness level, after one class something will change in your life. With her unique sense of humour and playfulness, Tara will guide you in this adventure in awareness as you develop strength and stamina, and restore peace and balance to your mind, body and soul.

Yoga will:

  • Increase your circulation
  • Improve your breathing
  • Boost your vitality
  • Assist your body’s elimination of toxins

 

 You don’t have to be a pretzel…

 

ABOUT TARA

Tara Buzgar Tara is a qualified instructor for both Hatha and Kundalini Yoga. She is also registered nursing sister and has been teaching for over 20 years. Tara is also a qualified reflexology practitioner and accredited Akara Numerologist. Her home studio in Darrenwood is the ideal garden setting for you to escape from the everyday world and to relax and invigorate your body, mind and soul. Learn More»

HATHA YOGA

The Yoga of Postures The gentle practice of Hatha is perfect for people of all ages and fitness levels. Through the continued performance of Asanas, you will gain flexibility and strength, and learn to be more relaxed under otherwise stressful situations. Learn More»

KUNDALINI YOGA

Kundalini Yoga is a style of Yoga that concentrates on the awakening of the energy that is found at the base of our spine. For that reason, Kundalini Yoga is said to be the most powerful form of Yoga known today. This energy is said to take the form of a coiled snake, hence the name "kundalini", which is Sanskrit for "coiled up". Learn More»
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