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Regular Yoga classes are a great way to learn the fundamentals of Yoga, build fitness and strength, lower stress, and to meet like minded people. It is a little bit of time just for you to explore Yoga and your re-connection to your body, mind and breath.


Classes

The full benefit of Yoga comes when we can learn to re-connect the body, the mind, the breath and spirit. The integration of these aspects of ourselves allows us to connect to our inner, deeper wisdom and to be peaceful in the world around us.

But this type of work we do on ourselves takes effort, consistency and commitment. You need to actually do it, to participate fully. It is a great start to attend a regular class, but things really start to change when we remember the principles of the class off the mat and begin to apply them to our everyday life.

YogaHara is at 1A King Street, Bendigo and has a variety of weekly Yoga classes. See the timetable to the right. 

2019 Term Dates

Term 1: 28/01/2019 - 07/04/2019 10 weeks
Closed for Term 1 School Holidays 8/04/2019 - 22/04/2019
Term 2: 23/04/2019 - 30/06/2019 10 weeks
Closed for Term 2 School Holidays 1/07/2019 - 14/07/2019
Term 3: 15/07/2019 - 22/09/2019 10 weeks
Term 4: 07/10/2019 - 15/12/2019 10 weeks

Class Fees

10 Class Pass    $160
20 Class Pass    $280
5 Class Pass       $85
Casual | Single  $22
5 week Introductory course $90
All class passes expire at the end of each term.
All group classes run with the school terms.

Preparing For Your Class

Before your attend your first class at YogaHara, please visit this page to find out everything you need to know about attending. Make sure you download and fill in the Health Form and bring it with you to your first class.

Booking Into A Class

Select the class from the timetable below and choose ‘Sign Up’. You will then be invited to log into your account or create an account to manager your passes and classes. Click here for the old system.


"A yoga practice matures not by adding more and more spectacular postures, but by simply paying attention to the movements of the breath in the space of the heart and the role of the mind with the body, not apart from it." -- Michael Stone - The Inner Tradition of Yoga