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There’s Gotta be More to Life | Hip-elation…

I want more…

I want more time and space for me, I want more time to rest, I want more time to play, I want more work, I want more fun, I want more connection, I want more flexibility, I want more discipline, I want more joy, I want more in life, I want more freedom to be me, I want more time to,
I want more…YOGA

The list is endless and pending how and where we are in life we want more…

I was in my 20’s and I used to work in advertising. I’ll never forget walking into my office which was pretty swish back then and it was late. It was in North Sydney with a beautiful view over Sydney Harbour. I literally flopped into my chair, as I’d been in meetings all day and then had to get the actual work done after the normal meeting hours of the day and saying to myself “there’s gotta be more to life than this!”

Hence not long after that my life took another turn, it was for me to find that “more” in my life.

This opportunity is for you to have more
The 30 day offer still stands. It’s here to give you a chance to get the more space and time for yourself. More connection, more peace, more flexibility, more tone, more strength, more growth, finding more of who you are and more possibilities to see where that more can take you.

I can guarantee that after the 30 days you’ll want more! More YOGA

“Thank you for the variety in classes each week, your descriptions and for the variety of styles on offer. I too like to know which parts of my anatomy are being worked in the postures. It helps me focus. I’ll see you on the mat again this week. Namaste” – Leanne x Nov 7th

Hip Hip Hooray

When we start to release tensions through the hips, not only does it have an impact on our hips but all the areas around the hips, including the legs, glutes and lower back.. The whole body is a connection of muscle, bone, ligament, fascia, connective tissue that all connect and all have an impact on the whole body paradigm. There are so many muscles around the hips, in the front, the inner leg, the outer hip, the back that a lot of poses we do in yoga can be classified as hip poses.

Tight hips can affect our back bends with knees splaying out, pinching the back, bending down to pick up something can be an issue, sitting all day at the office and then travelling to and from, can have impacts on our hip mobility and puts strain on our lower backs.

Hip openers can create more ease in movement through everyday life and take pressure off the back/spine. Opening the hips can also release tensions through the legs and glutes allowing for more mobility and range of motion to generally move around more easily.

Hips can be a storehouse of emotions from, storing energy and blocking and holding on to energy, control issues and familial issues are said to be stored in the hip area too. Overall, simply opening and stabilising the hips has to be a plus for us.

Contra-Indications: if you’ve had Hip replacements, weak hips then always be careful and mindful of hips in not letting them fall away.

“Yoga doesn’t take time, it gives time.”


“I carry myself through life in perfect balance. There is always something I am moving toward. I move forward in life with ease and with joy at every age.”


Louise Eddy

Louise Eddy

Yoga Teacher & Owner

Louise is passionate about her practice and her understanding of yoga. Her journey in life has led her to study and practice yoga for the past 20+yrs. In the past 5+ years she has also focussed on Mental health and well-being and has actively been involved teaching classes in community and special needs areas with this focus.

She gives thanks for the knowledge that has been passed along from the teachers and students before that have paved the way for the journey of yoga as it is in the west. She teaches from her heart with gratitude and love. ​Om Shanti.

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