Megan Jones

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Yoga, as Megan experiences, opens the way for stillness, silence, movement, prayer, singing, laughter and joy on all levels. Megan looks forward to meeting up with you on the mat, to share her love of yoga. Chant with Megan in the early morning or start the day with a moving loving-kindness practice.

Bio

Megan is a senior teaching member of Yoga Australia, with 32yrs  experience in the practice of yoga. 2019 marks Megan’s 30th year teaching, which is a joy to her.

Megan is currently holding her 2nd teacher training course, is a birth educator and doula. Megan has practiced aromatherapy and massage professionally since 1997 and has a tiny little obsession with health and the body/mind/soul continuum.

Yoga, as Megan experiences, opens the way for stillness, silence, movement, prayer, singing, laughter and joy on all levels. Megan looks forward to meeting up with you on the mat, to share her love of yoga.

Find out more about Megan through her website, on facebook and on instagram.

 

Metta Salutations

Yoga infused with the Buddhist practice of Loving Kindness, full asana, meditation and relaxation.

Physical Intensity: Medium – Suitable For Beginners

Assisi Hall – Sat, 7.45am (75 mins)

 

Morning Chants

Yoga offers many ways for you to get to know yourself and to break down the barriers that you set up between yourself and the rest of the world. Chanting, which is part of the Bhakti tradition of yoga, offers a pathway that by-passes the mind, giving a direct experience of the heart. The residue being a stilled and silent mind and an expanded and blissful heart.

Chanting is not about the quality of your voice, its about  the energy and feelings that pulse through your being.

It helps to know that your voice and your energy are uniquely yours and when you offer them up to the collective energy around you, you create waves of energy that go around the room and then spiral out and out and out. And if chanting isn’t your thing, just listen and hum…..Jai Shiva

Music

Assisi Hall – Sun, 7.00am (45 mins)