Thursday, January 21, 2016

Yoga Palm Beach Timetable

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Monday: 6.00pm - 7.00pm Community Hatha Yoga $5
Beginners - Intermediate
Includes Yoga Asanas, Peaceful Relaxation, Meditation
Monday: 7.15pm - 8.15pm Community Ukulele Lessons Beginners $5
KaraUkey - Intermediates
Meditations / Popular Tunes
Tuesday: 6.00pm - 7.00pm Community Hatha Yoga $5
Beginners Stretch Relieve Stress
Includes Restful Relaxation, Meditation
Tuesday: 7.15pm - 8.15pm Djembe Drumming RSVP
4 week Course $40 Absolute Beginners
Focus, Co-ordination, Rhythm
Wednesday: 10.00am - 11.00pm Community Hatha Qi Gong $5
Suitable for Beginners * Stretch & Relieve Stress
Includes Yoga Asanas, Relaxation, Meditation
Wednesday: 11.30am - 12.30pm Community Ukulele Lessons $5
Beginners - Intermediates
Palm Beach Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach
Thursday: 6.30pm - 8.30pm Delicious Community Dinner/Vegan $5
Mantras On Tahiti * Everyone Welcome
*1st Thursday of the month only Please RSVP
Thursday: 6.30pm - 8.00pm Mantras On Tahiti $5
Healthy & Delicious Vegan Treats
*2nd 3rd & 4th Thursdays only
Friday: 6.00pm - 7.00pm Be Happy * Meditate / By Donation RSVP
Stress Management, Improved Health, Inner Peace
*Starts Last Friday of every month
Saturday: 9.30am - 10.30am Community Ukulele Lessons $5 / Coolangatta
Caters for Beginners & Intermediates
Meditations to popular tunes
Saturday: - 2.00pm NOURISH Body Mind Soul Retreat $20
*Rejuvenate *Refresh *Renew *Delicious Lunch

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Thursday: 6.00pm - 8.30pm TWILIGHT / NOURISH Body Mind Soul Retreat $20
*Reset *Revive *Restore * Relax *Delicious Dinner

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Coming Soon: 10.00am - 11.30pm MOVE RELAX MEDITATE $5
*Walk *Breathe *Qi Gong *Meditate BYO Vegan Lunch

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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Eat Relax Meditate

Hi all :) "Eat, Relax, Meditate" Mantras On Tahiti Vegan dinner is on Thursday night at 6.30pm. Remember there's no Hatha tomorrow. Come along meditate on yoga mantras, sit back, chillax and immerse 
Posted by Mantras On Tahiti on Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Thursday, December 24, 2015

Merry Yoga Christmas 2015

Wishing You A Safe and Peaceful Christmas Season
Dear Friends Wishing You And Your Loved Ones a Meditative And Happy Christmas :) See You Tonight, Next Week or Next Year :)
Posted by Mantras On Tahiti on Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Yoga Cheesecake

Raw Pluot Thyme Cheesecake Makes one 6 inch cake Crust: 2/3 cup raw sprouted buckwheat groats (or additional...
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach

Sunday, October 11, 2015

BeachFront Meditations

NEW ☀ Beachfront Meditations Sunday 4.30pm  Come experience a variety of relaxing and uplifting meditations, revive...
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach on Friday, December 5, 2014

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Love Peace Compassion Yoga Mantras

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Djembe Drumming for Wellness

Djembe drumming for beginners Tuesday 7pm. Drumming is fun, it provides fantastic health and wellness benefits ... and...
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach on Sunday, June 15, 2014

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Ukulele Lessons at Yoga Palm Beach

Ukulele for beginners with JT. Ukulele might have not had as big an impact on Hawaiian society if the royal class of...
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach on Sunday, June 22, 2014

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Mantras On Tahiti

"Mantras On Tahiti" We invite you to come sing sacred sound meditation with us Thursday 7:15pm. You may be thinking...
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach on Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Hatha Yoga Boosts Your Immune System

Hatha with Shane 6pm. Improve your bone health, practice yoga asanas. Yoga includes many weight baring poses, which can...
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach on Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Yoga Sarvasana

Yoga with Kim @ 6pm. Hatha is a near perfect fitness routine, yoga provides the means for people of any age not only to...
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach on Sunday, June 29, 2014

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Hatha Yoga Class

Hi Yoga meditation fans, "Keeping it Playful" with  Hatha Yoga tonight (Tuesday) 6pm :)
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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Singing Meditation Yoga Mantras

Singing Meditation ..! You are invited to come meditate with us tonight at 7pm. Come and immerse yourself in beautiful...
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Friday, January 9, 2015

Have a great Yoga YEAR

Looking forward to a year full of OPTIMISM Yoga Wisdom Meditation and Good Health. See you in call
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Merry Namaste 2014 Happy Yoga Christmas

To all of our friends, have a happy and safe Christmas. See you all in the New Year <3
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Happy Yoga Meditation Weekend

Have a lovely Yoga weekend :) Come back and see us for Meditation next week 🌸
Posted by Ymsa - Yoga Meditation Studio Palm Beach on Friday, May 23, 2014

Monday, November 3, 2014

Kick Start Your Yoga Practice

The secret of getting ahead ... is getting started . Mark Twain
Posted by YMSA Yoga Meditation Studios Australia on Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Friday, October 10, 2014

Yoga Wisdom

Ask yourself what is really important and then have the wisdom and courage to build your life around your answer :)
Posted by YMSA Yoga Meditation Studios Australia on Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Make Your Soulshine ... Meditate On Yoga Mantras

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Success requires Action

Friday, July 4, 2014

Retreat - Yoga Nidra

Retreat, Renew, Restore, Rebalance,

In this class we use spiritual sound heart meditations, guided group meditation to focus your mind and light up your heart.

Retreat means: A place to which one retires a place of privacy or safety, a refuge.

Our focus is on healing body mind and spirit.

It is common practice to shut down the eyes, closing off this one sense pathway equates to less distractions. This technique calms the mind and at the same time heightens ones awareness and perception. The psyche becomes more receptive and able to retain information.

We heal the body by practising yoga nidra, opening up the meridians and letting healing energy circulate freely through the body unhindered by tension. We help the body rest and relax, calm the mind by giving it a positive activity, focus the mind on relaxing the body this calms the brain releasing pranic energy, the bodies healing energy.

It is vital that we take care of spirit in order for the physical mental and emotional bodies to be in harmony, to be happy.

Just as we need food for our physical bodies to be healthy and happy we also need spiritual food in order for us the spirit spark to be healthy and happy.

Yoga mantras and meditations are our soul food. As we mentioned earlier about a refuge, safe place, this is the souls refuge from the kaos of the world, a place of peace and happiness. We rest in the sound of ancient, sacred yoga mantras.

One combination of mantras commonly used is *Om *Hari Om. Mantras can be combined with the inhale and exhale as in pranayama breathing, or singing meditations also known as *kirtan.

*Om: (Aum) became the sacred word hum of the Tibetans, amin of the Muslems and amen of the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Christians

*Hari: One who takes away all miserable conditions.

*Kirtan: (Congregational singing of mantras) The sound of the soul singing.

If you would like to check it out, come experience it for yourself .. have a look at our yoga meditation timetable you are welcome to join in anytime. You will love it.


Saturday, June 14, 2014

Relax, Renew, Yoga

As an effective method of stress management, yoga is spreading into the business world, the helping professions, nursing and old age homes, and is used in the treatment of alcoholics, hyperactive children and youngsters with learning disabilities.

Hatha Yoga is among the most popular forms in the west. It emphasizes the practice of postures, which stretch and strengthen the body, help develop a sense of balance and flexibility, as well as body awareness and mental concentration. All forms of yoga incorporate the practice of proper breathing techniques for relaxation, to rest the mind from its constant chatter, to experience an internal calm, and to energize and also purify and detox the body.

As stress levels in society reach new heights, Yoga, and Yoga meditation, is growing in popularity in Western society, as is Mantra Yoga, the yoga of chanting.

Newcomers are hoping that yoga will provide them with a means for handling stress and diffusing tension.

Stretching and toning, though beneficial, aren't the primary reasons people turn to yoga. The difference between regular exercise and yoga is that yoga has a meditative quality, which is what most people want to help balance their hectic lifestyles.

If you would like to try yoga check out our class timetable.


Yoga and Meditation

Monday, May 12, 2014

Meditation alleviates stress

Do you feel stressed? Are you getting worn down by the daily grind? For most of us, our bodies think that we're running away from a tiger all day long. The constant challenges and pressures we face daily can really affect our health.
Did you know that as little as 10 minutes, each day spent in meditation can counteract that stress and bring you many powerful benefits. This is an excellent tool recommended by physicians to their patients. It's incredibly effective, and it’s free.
Meditation helps alleviate:
1. Stress
Meditation is a wonderful way to reduce stress. Not only does the practice of meditating give you some much-needed “down time” to rest physically, mentally, and emotionally, but it also directly impacts your entire nervous system by reducing your body’s production of stress-related chemicals such as cortisol. Meditation decreases oxygen consumption, heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure, and increases the intensity of alpha, theta, and delta brain waves, which increase the relaxation response.
2. Pain
There is a significant body of research work demonstrating that meditation can reduce chronic pain. In a study published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine, patients suffering from backache, chronic migraine and tension headaches were able to decrease their pain medication and some patients were even able stop their pain medication with a consistent meditation practice.
3. Anxiety
A 2009 study in the Journal of Clinical Psychology found that meditation decreased anxiety and increased hope in its participants. A separate study showed that cancer patients who practiced meditation for as little as seven weeks were significantly less depressed and anxious than their counterparts who did not meditate.
4. Cardiovascular disease
A study in the Archives of Internal Medicine followed patients with coronary heart disease who instituted a meditation practice for 16 weeks. Patients’ blood pressure and heart rate variability improved compared to a control group. In another study, researchers studying the effect of meditation on atherosclerosis reported that those who had practiced meditation for six to nine months had an 11% decrease in the risk of heart attack and up to a 15% decrease in the risk of stroke.
5. Insomnia
A study at the University of Minnesota showed patients with primary chronic insomnia who followed a three-month meditation program at home significantly improved their ability to fall asleep and stay asleep.
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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Ukulele lessons for beginners

There are many benefits of ukulele lessons. Taking ukulele lessons is a great choice for kids and parents who want to stay involved in their children’s music lessons. Ukulele is simple to learn, but still challenging enough for new musicians. If you’re interested in learning the ukulele, here are 4 benefits of ukulele lessons.

1. Benefits of Ukulele Lessons:  Uke is Easy to Learn

Ukulele only has 4 strings making it very easy to learn. Because ukulele is easy to learn, it’s also a great choice for kids who want to play guitar. Ukulele is guitar’s smaller and easier to play cousin. Once kids get the basics down on ukulele, it’s easy to graduate to guitar later on. Reading ukulele tab is the same as reading guitar tab, and ukulele can be played either with your thumb or with a guitar pick.

2. Playing the Ukulele Develops Coordination

One of the benefits of ukulele lessons is ukulele teaches kids hand eye coordination and improves their fine motor skills. Kids who take ukulele lessons will learn how to independently move their fingers, coordinate rhythm, and read ukulele tab. They’ll also learn how to play fun songs from start to finish that use chords, and basic rhythms. These skills are vital to anyone interested in later taking on guitar or piano.

3. Ukulele Lessons are Great For Those Short on Time

A great benefit of taking ukulele lessons, is that the ukulele is a simple instrument. It’s much simpler  to understand and play than guitar, piano, or drums. So if you’ve always wanted to pick up an instrument, but don’t feel you have much time to dedicate to it, then ukulele lessons might be right for you.

4. Ukulele is Portable

Another benefit of ukulele lessons is the fact that it’s portable. Once you learn how to play, you can easily take your ukulele with you everywhere you go. It’s small enough to put in a truck, in a backpack, take with you on a hiking trip, the beach or at family parties. Ukulele is the ultimate traveler’s instrument.
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Monday, March 31, 2014

Hatha Yoga classes

Regular practice of Hatha yoga involves very little equipment - all you need is a quiet place, about thirty minutes a day and comfortable clothing. But this minimal investment of time can bring a variety of benefits including flexibility, increased muscle tone, better posture, reduced PMS, fewer daily aches and pains, more inner peace and a better attitude toward life.

Some studies have also shown that Hatha yoga, practiced in conjunction with a low-fat diet and moderate exercise can actually reverse clogged arteries and coronary diseases.

The stretching and breathing performed in Hatha yoga helps improve circulation. This, in turn, provides regular nourishment to cells throughout your body. After even a week of practicing Hatha yoga, you may feel rejuvenated and stronger than you have in years.

Frequent computer users and desk sitters should know that Hatha yoga is outstanding for releasing physical tension, especially in the head, neck, shoulders and lower back. Doing some stretches at work for the neck, arms and lower back can help reduce aches and pains received while hunched over a keyboard.

The combination of flexibility, cleansing breaths and inner serenity helps deter aging. I've seen 50, 60,-year-olds in my classes who practice yoga regularly and they look and feel healthy. Thank you Dr Suzy

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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Helen Keller

"What I'm looking for is not out there, It is within me"

Helen Keller

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Merry Namaste Christmas

Wishing you an incredibly wonderful and very, very joyful 
Happy Happy Christmas
Peace Hugs and Namaste ...!!

Friday, December 6, 2013


Everyday can be ridiculously AMAZING... ! Begin each brand new day in yoga, breathe a smile as you watch the sunrise. Greet the soft glow of the sun and it's warming rays with the sweet repetition of sacred sound meditations on your lips. Welcome the day, greet the sun knowing that you are off to a super positive start, soaring high on the wings of transcendental sound.


Thursday, November 14, 2013

Yoga Meditation - How to practice 3 Part Yoga Breath


Complete Yoga Breathing:

Before practising yoga asanas it is good to relax and do some yoga breathing. Practise sarvasana at the end of yoga also. You can practise while standing but I think it's best practised lying on your mat.

If you like you could place a folded blanket or a bolster under the spine, from sacrum up and a block or a thin pillow under the head.

Relax down into your mat. Let your feet be floppy.
Bring your hands to your lower belly touching the tips of the thumbs together and touching the index fingers together around the belly button.

Breathing into the lower belly, feel the fingers seperating with the breath X 3 breaths.
Next, bring opposite hands to opposite sides of your lower rib cage, direct your breath to your hands, feel the lower ribs rising and expanding with the breath X 3 breaths.
Next, move the hands up to the upper ribs and tuck your hands into you arm pits, direct your breath to your hands, feel the upper ribs rising and expanding with the breath X 3 breaths.
Lastly, bring your hands up to your collar bones. You can keep your hands crossed, just check to make sure you are not rounding your shoulders, stay open and broad across the chest. Direct your breath to your hands and feel the collar bones gently rising as the breath fills the top part of the lungs and relaxing on the exhale.

Now, combine all of these areas into one full smooth inhale and exhale.

As you inhale think about filling a jug up with water, let the breath fill from the bottom of the lungs upwards. As you exhale visualise emptying the jug from the top all the way to the bottom. At the end of the breath gently squeeze the abdominal muscles to assist the full emptying of the lungs.

Three part yoga breathing is very relaxing, brings awareness to the breath and helps us to develop the great habit of deep breathing.

Try it, even 5 minutes each day will do you the world of good.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Yoga Meditation says "Wake Up" A joyful practise

Wake Up

This is very interesting.

There are 2 ways to interpret this. If you were someone motivated by material goals, to achieve, to work hard for a new car, a holiday, a house, or to become a millionaire by the time you are 30 years old, you could take this to mean "Get up" don't just lie around in bed ..! OR maybe you might not sleep much at all. Many are so driven, so motivated that they sleep very little. Always thinking about their goals and how to achieve them.

In the same way a transcendentalist also has goals. Very different goals, not of this world ... but of another world. Their eyes are fixed on the spiritual world, and spiritual eternal goals. This is the second interpretation of this saying.

Yoga teachings refer to the living beings in this world as being 'asleep.' Asleep to our real life, a life which has nothing to do with this material world BUT a world that extends far beyond the reach of matter. So to "wake up" would mean to wake up to this beautiful transcendental knowledge and our true identity. To wake up and really start living.

We the living beings are eternal, full of bliss, full of knowledge.

If you are not experiencing this condition and would like to know a very simple and enjoyable practise which can help you gradually over time make this your reality contact us to find out what you need to do.

The ancient practise that we teach does not require you join anything, or pay any money, it is non-sectarian, fun and a very joyful. You can practise alone, or with family and friends. Find out how by coming to a free class.

Om Tat Sat
Peace to all 

Free Yoga Meditation Class

Yoga Meditation 4221

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Yoga - Brief History from Yoga Meditation 4221 Holistic Yoga

Yoga Brief History

When you practice yoga, it is, of course, not necessary to have a full understanding of yoga history in order to fully benefit from your practice. A brief understanding of the history behind yoga, however, may increase your desire to take up the spiritual side of yoga practice and inspire you to find out more about the tradition behind the discipline.

Yoga was first passed from generation to generation by word of mouth. The first writings about yoga were written in Sanskrit in early religious manuscripts in India called the Vedas. The word ‘yoga’ has many meanings. The root of the word is ‘yug’ which means ‘to hitch up’, referring to fastening horse bridles to a carriage. But yoga also means ‘to actively put to use’ or ‘yoke’ or ‘join’. Yoga means a method of joining, a vehicle or means of joining or extablishing union with God. Men who practice yoga are even today called yogi or yogin and women who practice yoga are called yogini.

Yoga is not just about stretching and breathing and holding poses. Yoga is a philosophy on how to live life and deal with the physical as well as the spiritual challenges that human beings face daily.

Hatha yoga, or the yoga that you do when you take a yoga class or perform yogic poses, was begun as a physical form of meditation. The physical act of yoga calms your body and allows your mind to become calm. It also gives you the physical strength to sustain long periods of meditation which is why the saints and sages practised physical yoga thousands of years ago in preparation for deep meditation and self-realisation.

When you perform the physical practice of yoga, you are only engaging in part of the discipline as it was originally practiced for thousands of years. Yoga is an incredible form of exercise and is calming for the body and mind, but it can also be used as a spiritual practice and a way to calm the emotions and will.

Here are a few types of yoga being practiced today. Bhakti yoga, Mantra yoga, Mantra Meditation And Yoga, Hatha yoga.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Yoga healthy breakfast smoothie

Oatmeal Smoothie One Serving

• 1 cup apple juice (add more for a thinner texture)

• 1 frozen banana

• 3 heaping tablespoons of uncooked organic oatmeal (or regular oatmeal)

• 3 tablespoons of maple syrup or agave syrup

• Additional fresh or frozen fruit if desired (Papaya, strawberries, blueberries)

Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

Nutritional Facts Per Serving: (Without Additional Fruit)

Calories 375
Total Fat 2 grams
Saturated Fat 0 grams
Cholesterol 0 milligrams
Sodium 106 milligrams
Total Carbohydrate 90 grams
Dietary Fiber 4 grams
Sugars 43 grams
Protein 3 grams

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Yoga meditation philosophy - The soul is eternal

This is a great photo :)

Maybe those in younger bodies may not be able to "GET" what this photo is all about.

To older folks though this photo speaks a 1000 words.

This photo portrays a 'feeling' an intuitive feeling, an awareness or inkling that 'we' are seperate from the body. It doesn't matter how old our vehicle (our physical body) gets "WE" or "I" the eternal spirit spark, temporarily inhabiting the physical body - never feels old. It is only when an older person looks in the mirror that they are reminded of the fact that the body is indeed growing OLD.

We often hear our aunts or uncles, parents saying exactly that, " My body is getting older, but 'I' still  feel like a 16 year old.

This photo perfectly reflects the reality spoken about in ancient scripture, timeless knowledge which has been handed down since time immemorial, from one self realised soul to student and disciple.

The Supreme Soul speaks of this in detail in the Song of God (Bhagavad-Gita As It Is) where you can find numerous references to the fact that the soul is eternal, BUT the body is temporary, is born, experiences diseases, old age and finally when the body is too worn out, when it can no longer sustain life, can no longer accomodate the eternal soul. The soul at that point moves on and the body dies.

Yoga philosophy, the Vedas are comprised of thousands of volumes, jam packed with incredible information on life as it could be, should be, can be, depending on ones openness to spiritual wisdom.

We are all on different levels of spiritual growth, this does not matter, the main thing is to climb on board, have a look, check it out and discover what spiritual growth and wisdom is about. Find out how you can benefit, how your family and your friends can benefit. Just take some time, to look a little deeper.

There's an old saying, "The proof of the pudding is in the eating," Try dipping your toe in the ocean of transcendental knowledge and experience the freedom and joy for yourself.

If you need help, contact us for class details.

Namaste & Best Wishes

Yoga Mantra Class

Monday, August 26, 2013

Yoga Benefits - Yoga Meditation 4221 Holistic Yoga

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga through meditation works remarkably to achieve harmony and helps the mind
work in synchronization with the body. How often do we find that we are unable to
perform our activities properly and in a satisfying manner because of the confusions
and conflicts in our mind weigh down heavily upon us?

Stress is the number one suspect affecting all parts of our physical, endocrinal and
emotional system. And with the help of yoga this things can be corrected.

At the physical level, yoga and its cleansing practices have proven to be extremely
effective for various disorders.

Listed below are just some of the benefits of yoga that you can get.

Benefits of Yoga 1: Yoga is known to increase flexibility; yoga has postures that
trigger the different joints of the body. Including those joints that are not acted upon
with regular exercise routines.

Benefits of Yoga 2: Yoga also increases the lubrication of joints, ligament and
tendons. The well-researched yoga positions exercise the different tendons and
ligaments of the body.

It has also been found that the body which may have started doing yoga being a
rigid one may experience a quite remarkable flexibility in the end on those parts of
the body which have not been consciously worked upon.

More to Come in Future posts

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Yoga - Relieve back pain - Gauranga Meditation

Yoga Can Help Relieve Back Pain

Regular yoga practice will help to relieve the stress and tension that sometimes cause mild back pain, and in fact, studies have shown that yoga is the number one most effective exercise for relieving back pain. However, not all yoga poses relieve back pain, and some can in fact aggravate existing pain, so it is important to know which poses are helpful.

It is always best to do these yoga exercises under the supervision of a certified yoga instructor, and if you encounter any problems with these poses, always consult an expert.

Just a couple of sessions with a yoga instructor can help, an instructor will help you with your form and posture during poses. Here is one of the best yoga poses for relieving back pain. This pose should be done on a mat or other soft, supportive surface.

Corpse Pose: Lie flat on your back in a relaxed position, arms resting at your sides, palms down, and legs lying naturally, with knees turned out slightly. If it hurts your back to have your knees turned outward, do this pose with knees bent, feet flat on the floor. Breathe in and out slowly and deeply for a few minutes while allowing any tension to leave the body. To further relax the body and the mind you could also add a Meditation to your outward breath. For instance the mantra Gauranga which is a non-material spiritually uplifting sound which brings peace to the heart and soothes the emotions. It's very simple process.

1. While in Corpse pose INHALE through the nostrils while focusing on the Gauranga meditation. As you EXHALE say outloud Gauranga for the full extention of the outward breath. Repeat for at least 5 minutes and experience it for yourself.

This practise has many physical and well as emotional and spiritual benefits making it a truly holistic practise and experience.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Yoga Meditation Practice Part 2 - Add meditation to your life.

Why I practise Yoga Meditation (Part 2)

Just by doing it i was able to experience all the benefits that people desire to achieve from holistic yoga meditation, even if i wasn't initally after them. I could feel myself being more able to relax. Any tension from the day could be melted away with ease. My mind started becoming clearer and i could more effectively see and deal with the stressful situations that inevitably arise in our lives.

Because of this, stress levels naturally decrease. As stress levels decrease, all sorts of positive benifits can manifest in the body. I also noticed my relationships with people around me improving. I was finding myself better able to relate to others in a kind and understanding way, and experiencing a genuine care for their wellbeing.

Truly, every aspect of my life has improved. All the details that we struggle with are included in the benefits of this meditation practice. All that i needed to do was make the practice of holistic yoga meditation a part of my day.

It could very easily sound like one of those too good to be true kinds of things. But the beauty of it is there is nothing to loose. It is more than worth a few hours of your time to attend a couple of the classes and learn what it is all about. Guaranteed no regrets!

All the best on a wonderful journey!

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Yoga meditation - Add Meditation To Your Life (Part 1)

"Why I decided to Add Holistic Yoga Meditation to my daily life"

Everyone i know who enjoys the practice of meditation and yoga, initally became interested in it for their own individual reasons. Whether it is a change of lifestyle that a person might be after, or simply a need to relax at the end of the day, i have found this meditation practice to cover all the bases.

Before i began to add holistic yoga meditation to my daily life i was really experiencing a feeling of confusion. I wanted to know what 'it' was all about and what i was supposed to be doing. I enjoyed wandering here and there searching for something that seemed unfindable.

Whenever i returned from my travels i was always left with a feeling of "well, now what?" I was just as uncertian about things as before i left and had less money! Eventually my sniffing around and real desire to know what 'it' was all about led me to a person who gave me the opportunity to learn about the real meaning of meditation and taught me how to apply it to my life in a simple and fun way.

Why I practice holistic yoga meditation Part 2 Coming Soon
By Rob

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Nadi Shodan - Read the benefits

Nadi Shodan (Alternate Nostril Breathing)

How can the breath stimulate the sympathetic nervous system?
If we practice breathing while gently focusing on the breath held out, this stimulates the sympathetic nervous system and increases the heart rate. Studies have also shown that when we breath through the right nostril this also stimulates the sympathetic nervous system, which helps increase body heat, oxygen consumption blood pressure and heart rate. The left cerebral hemisphere is also stimulated.

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Holistic Yoga Shares - Delicious Rich Potatoe Curry

For this recipe, why not use your own organic potatoes grown in your no dig garden

Delicious Rich Potato Curry

To save time par steam (1/2 cook your potatoes) your potatoes first.
If time is an issue for you buy refrigerated prepared potatoes.
Serve with a fresh garden salad and some whole wheat naan bread or chapatis.

Serves 6–8
1 15-ounce package refrigerated hash brown potatoes or similar
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 onion, chopped
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 or 2 tablespoons of your favorite curry powder
1 teaspoon himalayan salt or healthy alternative
1/8 teaspoon red pepper flakes
2 cups frozen baby peas
1 cup sour cream

Garnish: finely chopped shallots

1. Drain potatoes well. Spread on paper towels to dry and set to one side.
2. Heat olive oil in a large skillet. (Medium heat).
3. Add onion and garlic cook and stir for 3 to 4 minutes, until translucent.
4. Add curry powder, salt, and red pepper flakes, cook and stir for 1 minute longer.
5. Add potatoes to skillet cook for 8 to 10 minutes, stirring occassionally.
6. When potatoes are brown around the edges, stir in peas and cook 2 to 3 minutes longer.
3. Remove from heat and stir in sour cream. Cover and let stand for 3 minutes, top with garnish and serve immediately.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Sue's Thoughts - Holistic Yoga Meditation Palm Beach 4221

It was a very warm day in March, when the almost full moon was already shining bright in the sky.
The sun had set but there was still enough light left to take an early evening walk to the beach.
As I crossed the concrete walk / bike way which runs along the beachfront at Kingscliff, a young girl (maybe around 8 years old) called out as she briskly went by on her bike, "isn't it wonderful that the bike was invented,"
I smiled and continued on my way to the beach. The moonlight shone on the waves as they broke gently on the shore.
There was a refreshing breeze coming off the ocean and as I sat just near the water's edge to meditate with my prayer beads,
I thought; "Isn't it wonderful that God has invented all this and that He has allowed us to be part of it all".

Best Regards Sue

Monday, May 13, 2013

Practise Holistic Yoga Meditation - Peace and Stress relief

I started meditation about 30 years ago and have found the benefits to be life changing. I thought i was having lots of fun in my life before meditation but life has gotten so much better.

The Meditation has given me so much more than i could have ever imagined. It has given me direction, clarity and an inner peace. It helps me deal with any problems that come up through out the day with lightness and ease, instead of becoming bogged down with anxiety and stress. Stress is still there, we can't get away from that because the fact is this world is stressful, but my daily practise of meditation helps me try to cope with any and all situations with some degree of grace . I am very thankful for having had the
opportunity to learn this meditation. I especially enjoy being able to share and pass it on to my friends.

Penny O'Brien

Friday, April 19, 2013

Relaxation - Holistic Yoga Stretch and Meditation

Holistic Yoga Stretch…

Benefits body, mind, heart and soul.

The benefits of Yoga are well documented and have been appreciated by Eastern Cultures since ancient times. More recently the West has begun to embrace the holistic benefits of Yoga.We can always gauge what the current trends are by the media and yes sadly by the advertising. Have you noticed how many laptop owners get down to the beach and sit in the lotus yoga pose while gazing out over the tranquil ocean. Ah - Yes, progress:-)

Seriously though, the practice of Yoga has devotees world wide and is glorified as being the absolute best exercise for the up-keep and maintenance of the physical

Yoga works all areas of the body, internally and externally, helping to keep the body (our life vehicle) in as tip top condition as possible.

Classes begin with a few minutes of sacred sound meditation, followed by Yoga Nidra and then the Yoga stretches begin. Yoga Nidra is repeated again at the end of the yoga stretches. We then finish off with a few minutes of "Spiritual Food for Thought" and group singing meditation which perfectly rounds out our Yoga practice.

A blissfully rejuvenating experience for body, mind, heart and soul.

Will post an easy relaxation class at a later date, so that you can experience it for yourself.

Warm regards

Friday, April 5, 2013

Healing Yoga Meditation 4221 - Holistic Yoga Is great for health

Indeed, the healing aspect of yoga is a key to its renewed popularity. The strained knees, aching backs and neck pains generated by the push for fitness and the stress of making it in a competitive world have inspired a packaged set of a book and audio cassettes. Some orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors and neurologists are now referring patients to specific yogis during treatment.

Growing interest in the mind-body connection is fueling a major comeback of the ancient practice, boosted by research suggesting it can reduce stress and blood pressure, improve work performance, even slow effects of aging.

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Saturday, March 16, 2013

Yoga Meditation Holistic Yoga - Om Hari Om Meditation

Om Hari Om
The use of relaxation and meditation in yoga classes is very common. Mantra's such as OM HARI OM or Gauranga are generally practised at the beginning and the end of a holistic yoga class. These Mantra's are transcendental sound vibrations, not ordinary sound. They are the perfect way to end a holistic yoga class. After physically working the body out during yoga, it is an opportunity to rest the heart and mind on the beautiful sounds of the meditations. Sometimes sung out loud as a group, or "call and response" where the teacher leads the meditation and those who want to join in do so if they wish. Very cleansing for the mind, relaxing for the mind and body and very nourishing for the heart. Often called "Food for the soul". Very enjoyable and loved by all.

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Yoga Practise by Yoga Meditation Palm Beach 4221

Yoga is the most prominent form of the mind-body-spirit health movement. Followed by practises like tai chi, qigong and other meditative forms of exercise.

The practice of yoga for some integrates every aspect of human existence. While many modern Western practitioners focus on the physical asanas, for others, yoga is an all-encompassing way of life and a stepping stone to developing spiritual awareness and ultimately self realisation.

The practise of yoga is delightfully simple and can be done anywhere, anytime. For some yoga encompasses everything from a moral code and dietary practices to deep meditation. Most commonly though, it's a combination of asanas, pranayama (breathing exercises) and some meditation.

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Monday, February 25, 2013

Yoga Meditation 4221 Palm Beach Qld - Yoga Stretching

Yoga Stretch -- Pelvic Tilts

We have such busy lifestyles, some days it's so... not possible to put in a full hour and a half of yoga. It would be possible however, on most days to find the time to squeeze in a 10 to 20 minute sequence that would stretch the back, hamstrings, and hips, which are huge problem areas for many of us. If you are able to do this consistently you will see and experience over a relatively short period of time the positive effect stretches have on your regular holistic yoga sessions.

Any and all stretches are beneficial but pelvic tilts are super amazing and very easy to do. Often times we go along our merry way, keeping busy and don't even realize that our backs are stiff and hurting until we take a break or lie down on our yoga mats. The first few pelvic tilts you practice may feel a bit rusty and reveal traces of lower back pain, but after 10 to 20 pelvic tilts, the pain is normally gone. Do them slowly, and keep going until any niggly pain is gone and the movement feels fluid and good. Remember to focus inwards and practise your complete yoga breathing in conjuction with your pelvic tilts. Afterwards rest and then roll up and stretch your arms overhead.

Pelvis Tilts

Lie down on your mat. Bend your knees, placing your feet on the mat. Draw the belly button to the spine and gently lift your pelvic floor as you exhale pressing your spine gently into your mat and gently round your tailbone up off the mat.

Inhale, releasing and gently press your tailbone down. (This will cause your spine to round up off the mat). Simply repeat for as long as your wish.


Do not do if you are pregnant, have severe back problems or disc problems.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Yoga on the beach - Yoga Meditation Palm Beach 4221

Yoga on the beach

When practiced regularly, yoga offers numerous health benefits, such as increased strength and flexibility, and decreased blood pressure and cholesterol levels. However, the greater benefits of yoga are arguably the psychological ones. Yoga combines physical activity with self-awareness, which promotes a mind-body connection.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Yoga Meditation 4221 Palm Beach - Yoga Breathing And Mala Beads

Yoga will teach you breathing techniques that will prepare you for other exercises. In yoga classes, students often learn breathing techniques that help calm and focus the mind. With these techniques you will be able to breathe more fully so there will be more oxygen going to your brain and throughout the other parts of the body.

Since yoga will help you to increase flexibility, you will be able to prevent some injures when you are doing other sports or exercises. Yoga can be viewed as an entire exercise regimen focused on stretching muscles. It also helps minimize and prevent injuries because yoga encourages you to work within your limits.

The safest way to practice yoga is in the comfort of a class and with a certified instructor. Ask your teacher for some tips on how you can improve on your yoga skills and use yoga to help you become better at other sports and exercises. You should always speak with your doctor when you are starting any exercise routine.

Beads are a Bhakti Yoga and Buddhist tool of meditation. They are moved in rhythm with the breath and mantra of the meditation. The action of moving the beads keeps sleep and distraction at bay and incorporates the whole body in a meditation. Each time the mantra is repeated, the fingers move to the next bead. The mala is meant to focus the mind and promote clear thought about the meaning of the mantra as it is chanted. Schools of thought, from India, to Tibet, to China recommend different ways of holding and counting Mala beads. However, each meditation should encompass the full cycle of beads. Longer meditations should include additional full cycles, starting at the summit and circling around again to the beginning. Reorient offers sandalwood Mala beads from Guangdong province in China. Each string has 108 beads.
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