My Journey with Yoga

I started Yoga after I was told it was a good way to relieve stress. I stuck with it because it worked. It offered a unique solution to the tensions and anxieties that were plaguing my day to day experience of the world. The stresses and strains we all face had become magnified so that I was consumed with a nagging sense that I was not living up to my true potential. Something had to change and it was around this time that I discovered a traditional form of Yoga.

I started doing Yoga every day when I realized that it gave me greater confidence, balance and motivation. Focusing on the present moment, which is a a major aim of Yoga, I began enjoying life more. As I have learned more whilst practicing and teaching Yoga, I’ve become convinced of its power to transform our experience of daily life.

My family, friends and my unique contribution to the world around me grow more important through my commitment to the practice of Yoga and Meditation and my sense of wellbeing and connection to the world around me grows stronger everyday.

It is a blessing to share this incredible gift with others through Santosha Yoga and the Inner Journeys School of Yoga.

I teach in the style of Satyananda Yoga which was taught to me by Swami Jayananda Saraswati of Inner Journeys Yoga and Metaphysics. The Inner Journeys Centre is an incredible local resource for Yoga in Gippsland and continues to offer comprehensive and balanced courses in Yoga through the Inner Journeys School of Yoga.

You can join me online or in person and I enjoy making videos about Yoga and what it really means.

It’s approach and style is true to the holistic intentions of Swami Satyananda Saraswati who founded the Bihar School of Yoga in India in 1964.

Prem and Shanti

Ananta (Andrew)



 

 

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