RISE AND SHINE
Rise and Shine Slow Flow Yoga
Tuesday and Thursday Mornings
Kalinga Park, Clayfield
Want to focus more on your well-being and learn tools to reduce stress?
Start your day right with Rise and Shine Slow Flow Yoga, gently moving your body, grounding with the earth in the fresh air and clearing your mind. This practice will leave you feeling physically and mentally refreshed and energised for your day ahead.
You have the option to join me one day a week, 2 days a week or attend casually.
This beautiful flowing practice based on Calligraphy yoga will gently awaken your body by mobilising joints, improving digestion and increasing circulation and energy flow throughout the whole body. And that’s just the physical benefits!
As you flow slowly with your breath, the practice becomes a moving meditation, helping to focus and calm your mind. A short pranayama and meditation will complete the practice allowing you to tackle the rest of your day with calmness and clarity.
Plus, by practising outside and in bare feet, your body is electrically grounded to the earth, which has been proven to reduce inflammation.
As with anything, the most benefit comes from consistency. Feel the difference in your body and mind by committing to this very achievable 45-minute practice twice a week or just one morning a week. Then continue to practise the sequence at home, following along with my calligraphy yoga wake up sequence on YouTube here –>>
Comprising mostly of standing postures (no down dogs or up dogs), no previous yoga experience is necessary.
Classes are now in recess for winter and will resume in Spring 2019.
Tuesday & Thursday mornings
6.00am – 6.45am
Location: Kalinga Park, Clayfield
(under the big tree near the footbridge to Shaw Park.)
Classes are currently in recess for winter and will resume in Spring 2019
“I thought it would be hard to get up early and travel to Nundah for a yoga class and then go to work but, it was a fabulous start to my day! I slept better this week, I noticed I performed better at work, and my time management worked better too. If you are thinking about coming along to Tracy Gray’s Slow Flow class, then come along – you won’t regret it! Thanks, Tracy” ~ Sue Forrest