Through movement and mindfulness Amy gently inspires women globally towards living in alignment with their innate wisdom. Renowned for her continuously sold-out international retreats, Amy aims to inspire you to explore Yoga beyond the postures. Her class will be a mindful practice, accessible to all. She will also share her passion for Ayurveda in a talk that is part of the Natural Health & Living Expo.
Amy Landry is a beacon of light for women wanting to create long-lasting change in their body, mind, and soul through the ancient practices of Yoga and Ayurveda. Cementing herself as a new generation leader – a teacher, speaker, mentor, and fiercely passionate curry-consumer – she has healed her own long-term respiratory and immune disorders through immersing herself in her own dedicated practice.
Through movement and mindfulness Amy gently inspires women globally towards living in alignment with their innate wisdom. She would love to see more people practising all forms of Yoga beyond asana, such as meditation, philosophy, breath, and service. Amy is dedicated to sharing these ancient practices with others.
Renowned for her continuously sold-out international retreats, Amy has built a strong following through her dedicated and constant work in the community. She has featured on the cover of Om Yoga & Lifestyle and YOGA magazine, is the regular Yoga contributor for Nature & Health magazine, has presented at festivals including Wanderlust, Evolve, and Byron Spirit Festival, and has been featured teaching globally in India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and beyond.
In the Hatha Yoga tradition, a “solar” sequence refers to the approach that utilises posture, breath, and bandha to create a connection to prana or our “life force”. This active class will help to build vibrancy, enthusiasm, energy, expansiveness and refined awareness. Methodically make the whole of your yoga practice more truly spirited, helping to tap into your boundless potential.
Slough of the stagnation of the cooler months. Stoke the digestive fire. This insightful talk will be focused on thriving through the Spring and Summer months. Based on the concepts and philosophy of Yoga’s sister science of Ayurveda, we will address diet, lifestyle, daily routine, yoga practices, and more. Bring a pen and paper to note down all the takeaways for immediate implementation and action!
Ayurveda is a health science which originated thousands of years ago in India. Gaining in popularity here in the West, the system is based on prevention of disease and disharmony in both body and mind, as well as cure. Ayurveda promotes longevity and vibrancy through all stages of life. The system is based upon the innate make up of the five elements, which are found both all around and within us in every moment.