Fruit Yoga At Vegan Festival Adelaide 2016

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FRUIT OF YOGA - Sat 11am & Sun 10am
Cultivate the seed of connection with your body and taste the fruit of peace of mind

Saturday 11am - Hatha Yoga (60min), Workshop Area / Top Deck

Classical yoga asana (postures), breath work, and gentle warming movements to build strength, flexibility and relaxation. Focus on standing poses and basic seated work that is suitable for all levels. This is both for those new to yoga, as well as the experienced student who enjoys a gentle approach to their practice. No experience is required. Wear comfortable clothes and BYM (Bring your own mat) to experience yoga at its grass roots best.

Sunday 10am Chair Yoga Class (60min) Workshop Area / Top Deck

Yoga for everyone! Really!

YES. Do you need to build muscular strength, improve balance, inspire tranquillity, and generally feel better about yourself? This class is not limited by age, body shape, or any other perceived restrictive condition. Here, in a safe and caring environment, you can focus on alignment, breathing, and relaxation. Chairs are provided.

Registration Form (to be filled in prior the class, forms also available on the day)

Each class has amazing benefits, pick the one that suits you and your body and enjoy a new yoga experience.

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Your yoga class participation form -

Paula discovered yoga in 2014 when she was looking for a way to express and move her body. She loved the way it made her feel, especially the sense of peace. Her curiosity guided her into a Yoga teacher training journey.

From Industrial engineer to Yoga Instructor challenged her rational mindset until she made the connection that yoga is inner body engineering and is all about the mechanics of how the body works. This revelation is now a life quest, she created Fruit of Yoga which is about providing opportunities for everyone to experience what yoga can offer but through a lens of compassion, love and respect.

She has applied her knowledge on the connectivity between mindfulness, breathing and physical movement within the individual’s capacity, to people with disability, older people and those who could be considered disadvantaged. She now wants to take yoga to prisons in Australia. This passion for empowering others to feel well and connected with their body through breathe is what differentiates Paula from other more commercial yoga instructors. She is authentic and non-judgmental and believes deeply that she has found her path in life

Paula believes that the best teacher is the lifelong student and also enjoys nature walking and trying new things like playing erhu (Chinese violin) or painting.
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