Yoga

 

Term 1 2017

January 31st-April 6th

with Rosemary Harding, Judy Hawkesly, Gyani & Mo Ramsey

CLASS TIMES

 

Hatha Yoga

Monday

Tuesday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Thursday

 

5-6.30 pm

10-11.30 am

5-6.30 pm

4.15-5.15pm

7-8.30pm

9-10.30 am

5-6.30 pm

 

 

Rosemary

Rosemary

Rosemary

Rosemary

Judy

Rosemary

Mo

 

Mens Yoga

Wednesday

 

 8.30-9.30 am

Rosemary

Ashtanga Vinyasa

Tuesday

Thursday

6.00-7.30 am

6.00-7.30 am

Rosemary

Rosemary

Yin Yoga

 

Tuesday

 

7-8.30 pm

Gyani

"It is because of the intimate relationship between mind and body, and the existence of special physiological centres within our body, that physical yoga exercises and the application of special meditative techniques aimed at training the mind can have positive effects on health"

His Holiness the Dalai Lama

“It is because of the intimate relationship between mind and body, and the existence of special physiological centres within our body, that physical yoga exercises and the application of special meditative techniques aimed at training the mind can have positive effects on health”

Pranayama and yoga nidra

 Friday March 31st, 7-8.30 pm

Cost $18

Please register

Saturday Morning yoga

Sat April 1st 8.00-9.00 am

By donation (suggested $10)

Our long time student Ines is finishing her teacher training in June and is offering this session to support her studies. Please come along and help her become a teacher.

General Information

The HMT yoga classes run by school terms (approx 10 weeks). All levels are welcome.

Registrations are taken for the term (and you get a discount for paying for the whole term) or you can pay on a casual class-by class basis.

Please contact the office on 9791 9798 or welcome@hmt.org.au for enquiries and bookings.


Term Fee (10 wks):  90 min class  $140/ $120 (members or concession) 

60 min class $100/$90

OR

Casual Fee: $16/$14 for a 90 min class,  

$12/$10  60 min class

Our principal teacher Rosemary is accredited with Yoga Australia. Her classes are suitable for those who are eligible to claim rebates with major health funds.