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Join others to share in the joy and energising effects of regular yoga incorporating Asana(posture), Pranayama(energetic breathing) and Dhyana(focused attention or meditation) All March and April we are running all classes online. Please use the table below to join us for one of these Sunday, Monday or Tuesday evening classes. Classes run using Zoom Video Conferencing facilities meaning you can join us from home.

What Others Say

“From being in pain almost every day to having pain once or twice a month now. I am definitely more flexible. My breathing has improved and is no longer rapid and shallow. Its slower and deeper. I feel more relaxed physically. My blood pressure has dropped. My resting heart rate has dropped. I have lost weight. I feel like I am in the best Physical shape I have been in for a very long time”

Adam 2019 Student

“Definitely give it a go it’s amazing what it can do for you body and mind”

JUSTIN, Term 1, 2019

“You will be pleasantly surprised how good it feels.
It challenges you in ways you would never expect.”

KERRY, Term 1, 2019

“It surprised me to find that it was something that was easy to follow and how much I learnt about myself and what I can do.”

GAIL, Term 1, 2019

“i had always believed that i couldnt do meditation because my mind kept on wandering / worrying about things and then i would beat myself up because i couldnt do it properly. Yoga has shown me that this is a normal part of meditation and that it just takes practise.“

HELEN, Term 1, 2019

Join Us

Morwell Classes are at St Luke’s Uniting Church, on Princes drive next door to the service station near Aldi. Use the form below to register with a small deposit for the course. Payment details are secured with PayPal or Stripe for Credit Card Payments.

Per Person Per Class

Its that simple, for every attendee at every class, one tree gets planted by our partner One Tree Planted who works around the world to reforest regions in Africa, Australia and South America

Teacher – Ananta

After years spent trying to invent a life as a traveler, poet, journalist and guerilla gardener, Ananta settled down to build a career as a mental health professional working jobs that allowed him to make a difference to people experiencing tough times.

At some point, he realized that the Yogic lifestyle was the most…(more)

Yoga is more than a new form of fitness. It strengthens the body and the mind, whilst at the same time connecting them so that our efforts become aligned with our intent. Our resolutions and comitments become more easily achievable.
Yoga can be practiced safely by anyone in a variety of settings.
Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion. It is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow
– Swami Satyananda Saraswati
“Yoga is the heritage of the past and the culture of tomorrow”

– Swami Satyananda Saraswati

“Yoga is the heritage of the past and the culture of tomorrow”

– Swami Satyananda Saraswati

“Yoga is the heritage of the past and the culture of tomorrow”

– Swami Satyananda Saraswati

“Yoga is the heritage of the past and the culture of tomorrow”

– Swami Satyananda Saraswati

“Yoga is the heritage of the past and the culture of tomorrow”

– Swami Satyananda Saraswati

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