The Yoga Hub runs traditional classes from its Camooweal St location for all levels of students, from absolute beginners to the more experienced, with a new timetable kicking off on Tuesday April 23.
Classes include Flow Yoga, Restorative, Sivananda and Pre-Natal.
Yoga Teacher Janine Luck said the Flow class is the most physical of the classes.
"However the Restorative Yoga class is a beautiful form to help reset the nervous system. I'ts great for those of us who are tired, stressed, burnt out and in need of some rest and relaxation.
In Restorative Yoga participants move into a number of relaxing postures for about 20 minutes each, which gives the body time to release tension and stress, allowing the nervous system to reset itself.
"Its often referred to as yummy yoga, I feel like I'm being kind to myself when I do a Restorative Yoga session," Ms Luck said.
Sivananda Yoga is a traditional form of yoga incorporating all aspects of Yoga.
"It's my favourite style. There are eight limbs to the practice of Yoga, and Sivananda incorporates all of them.
"Postures are just one of the limbs so if that's all you are practicing then its possible you'll only get 1/8 of the benefits," she said.
Later in the year, Ms Luck will release a new class into the timetable called iRest.
"It was developed by Yoga teacher and psychologist Dr Richard Miller," Ms Luck said.
"iRest is a meditation practice based on the ancient tradition and adapted to suit the needs of modern life."
Ms Luck said when practiced regularly it encourages participants to meet each moment of their life with a sense of peace and wellbeing, no matter how challenging or difficult the situation may be.
"iRest has been shown to be effective for chronic pain, sleep problems, depression, anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder . It can be a powerful tool to use to replace negative tendencies and thoughts, release habits and conditioning."
"I'm really excited to bring this to Mount Isa," she said.
The journey of life through Yoga continues with many aspects to learn and practice.
"I have seen so many positive things happen for people through this practice which is why I love teaching it."
"For me personally, the most important thing is to share with people the traditional form of yoga otherwise this practice becomes diluted and over time it gets lost and so will the benefits.
Yoga has lost its authenticity due to the western interpretation of what the practice is and also how it's being delivered," she said.
The Yoga Hub was established in 2012 with the vision of offering people of Mount Isa and the surrounding district authentic yoga classes in a nurturing and supportive environment.
"I strongly believe that Yoga is for everybody and my goal is to help encourage and nurture the greatest possible benefits for everyone," Ms Luck said.
For more info contact Janine on 0487 320 191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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