Yoga for back care
Back pain and stiffness can relate to a range of different causes and can evolve over many years. In addition, our busy lifestyles means our postural muscles are constantly turned on and may start to pull in different ways.
Yoga can help to balance posture, induce relaxation and build a strong yet supple spine. Incorporating subtle breath work with relaxing and targeted yoga poses, these classes will assist you to develop a body centred awareness, ease in balance and alignment, and show you how to care for your back during yoga practice.
We will involve all parts of the spine, lower, thoracic and neck, with the main focal areas on the lower back and pelvis.
General weekly classes
These classes work through a range of yoga asanas (postures) and breathing techniques that both strengthen and ease tension in the back and related structures. Anyone can attend these casual yoga classes.
Mondays 10.30am - 11.30am
Starts 3 May to 21 June
Cost: $115 for 7 weeks (no class 14/6)
Camberwell Community Centre
33-35 Fairholm Grove Camberwell 3124
6-week course (or 6 classes run over 3 weeks)
Starting from the very core of issues related to back problems, these specialised courses take a step-by-step approach to building strength, agility and skills to care for your back over the long term. These classes are scheduled periodically and can be arranged in groups and conducted in-house for workers.
No courses are currently scheduled. Please contact me to arrange a group course.
Private therapy sessions
Empower yourself by building a home-based yoga practice. Bronwen can tailor a program for your special requirements based on your back condition, preferences and ability. Please contact me to arrange a session.
Bronwen’s approach to yoga teaching is:
• Positive, fun and relaxing
• Safety first, always within the limits of your own body.
I found your short course in yoga for back care, incredibly helpful. … The individual attention and correction you gave each of the participants was ... hugely beneficial. It was a privilege to be a member of your class.