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Yoga Classes in Nundah and Geebung on  Brisbane’s Northside

Looking for a well structured, easy to follow yoga class that flows?  Be guided by Tracy’s years of experience as a yoga therapist and yoga teacher to ensure you get the most out of your practice.

Enjoy clear, concise instruction that explains not only what to do, but how and why.  Whatever your level of experience, you will benefit from Tracy’s attention to detail in her teachings and her friendly and personable approach.  Feel safe to challenge yourself or simply bring a deeper awareness to your body and mind.

Working with the breath is key in all of Tracy’s classes.  It is through our connection with the breath that we can realise a deeper state of relaxation.

Group classes are offered at Geebung and Nundah or you can practise at home with Tracy’s DVD or online classes.

There are two styles of group classes on offer:  Yoga for Vitality and Slow Flow.

Yoga for Vitality

This mostly vinyasa style class is designed to strengthen the arms, legs and core while moving mindfully with the breath, so as you get stronger, you also feel more relaxed. Perfect for those of you wanting to maintain or improve muscular strength but without the “no pain, no gain” mindset.

The focus is placed on correct alignment for your body, listening to your body’s needs and refining your movements to get the most out of your practice.  It’s often the small adjustments that make all the difference.

This class is the perfect way to keep you feeling vital and strong.  You will walk out with more energy and more serenity than when you walked in.

All classes finish with a pranayama (mindful breath work) and a savasana (relaxation) to fully integrate the practice and deeply relax the nervous system.

Yoga for Vitality classes are offered at both Geebung and Nundah.

Slow Flow

My Slow Flow classes are my signature style of Calligraphy Yoga, a fusion of yoga and qi gong.

Emphasis is placed on softening while gently flowing with your breath.  Moving primarily from your core (or dan tien in Chinese), the flowing movements of this practice will mobilise your joints, improve digestion, increase circulation and energy flow and improve quality of sleep.  By bringing your attention to the sensations within the body as you move, the practice is, in effect, a moving meditation.

If you find yourself holding stress and tension in your body and mind, this is the practice for you!  This practice will benefit everyone and is the perfect balance to a stronger vinyasa practice.  It is ideal for beginners or those needing to de-stress or release muscular tension.  The mindfulness aspects of this practice make it a useful gateway for those wanting to improve their meditation skills.

Slow Flow classes are offered at Geebung and in Kalinga Park (Rise and Shine Slow Flow).

Yoga for Vitality

This mostly vinyasa style class is designed to strengthen the arms, legs and core while moving mindfully with the breath, so as you get stronger, you also feel more relaxed. Perfect for those of you wanting to maintain or improve muscular strength but without the “no pain, no gain” mindset.

The focus is placed on correct alignment for your body, listening to your body’s needs and refining your movements to get the most out of your practice.  It’s often the small adjustments that make all the difference.

This class is the perfect way to keep you feeling vital and strong.  You will walk out with more energy and more serenity than when you walked in.

All classes finish with a pranayama (mindful breath work) and a savasana (relaxation) to fully integrate the practice and deeply relax the nervous system.

Yoga for Vitality classes are offered at both Geebung and Nundah.

Tracy Gray Yoga - Yoga for Vitality Class

Slow Flow

My Slow Flow classes are my signature style of Calligraphy Yoga, a fusion of yoga and qi gong.

Emphasis is placed on softening while gently flowing with your breath.  Moving primarily from your core (or dan tien in Chinese), the flowing movements of this practice will mobilise your joints, improve digestion, increase circulation and energy flow and improve quality of sleep.  By bringing your attention to the sensations within the body as you move, the practice is, in effect, a moving meditation.

If you find yourself holding stress and tension in your body and mind, this is the practice for you!  This practice will benefit everyone and is the perfect balance to a stronger vinyasa practice.  It is ideal for beginners or those needing to de-stress or release muscular tension.  The mindfulness aspects of this practice make it a useful gateway for those wanting to improve their meditation skills.

Slow Flow classes are offered at Geebung and in Kalinga Park (Rise and Shine Slow Flow).

Tracy Gray Yoga - Slow Flow Yoga

All classes are 75 minutes except for Rise and Shine Slow Flow which are 45 minutes duration.

My group classes are for all levels of experience and class sizes ensure that I am able to provide individual attention and guidance where needed.

What to bring:

  • A yoga mat (I can supply yoga mats upon request)
  • Water bottle
  • Warm clothing/blanket in cooler weather

To ensure that you get the most out of your yoga experience, wear comfortable clothing and avoid eating for two hours prior to class.

Daunted about attending a group class?  Want to refine your technique or get a home practice tailored specifically for you?
Why not book a private lesson with Tracy?  Please link to the private lessons page

“Since I began practicing yoga with Tracy, I have experienced life changing training.  Tracy is a great teacher both practically and in theory.  Tracy caters to all levels of yoga participants from beginner to advanced clearly explaining postures, anatomy and how to get the most from the pose. As a reflection from what I have learned in class, I have found to be relevant in other areas of my daily life, especially the meditation and relaxation and notice I am less anxious and more calm, improving my overall wellbeing.” ~ Tanya Hawley

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