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Jindabyne Yoga + SUP Yoga Classes

Strengthen your mind and body with a relaxing and healing yoga class with Claire. Claire teaches both SUP yoga on Lake Jindabyne along with a slow + mindful style yoga on the mat.

All of Claire's classes have been carefully curated with the intention to heal and strengthen both the mind and body and be a positive pillar on your road to self-healing and transformation.

The two styles of yoga Claire teaches are:

Slow + Mindful Yoga 

A nourishing, gentle style with a focus on breath, alignment and stability. Suitable for all levels, especially beginners and those of you wanting to re-familiarise yourself with the poses and build strength mentally and physically with long holds.

A meditative practice with long and passively held stretches [anywhere from 90 seconds to 8 minutes]. Slow and mindful yoga targets the deeper layers of the body and connective tissues, while offering you a nurturing space to be quiet within so that you can connect and get closer with your own true nature or authentic self.

Slow and Mindful Yoga helps you to: 

  • Learn self-compassion and self-awareness
  • Reduce anxiety and depression
  • Feel grounded and energised
  • Live life with full acceptance and trust in a changing world
  • Release trapped energy in your body that may be causing pain or stiffness
  • Slow down, de-stress and learn mastery of breath to still the mind
  • Deepen your spiritual practice
  • Re-establish a connection and  loving communication with your body
  • Restore inner awareness and self-truth that brings clarity and inner peace
  • Increase flexibility and muscle balance



SUP Yoga On Lake Jindabyne

SUP Yoga is a fun and more light-hearted approach to yoga that gets you outdoors and infused with a healthy dose of vitamin D from the sun. After the class there is also the option to go for a quick paddle on Lake Jindabyne to absorb the beauty of the surrounding Snowy Mountains. Coming February 2020







Why Practice Yoga

Yoga nurtures the mind-body connection, opening up self-awareness and creating a deep sense of oneness and union with ourselves and the world that surrounds around us.  Yoga is a fundamental pillar to healing, wellness and self-transformation.

The beauty with yoga is that it is a life long practice, there is no finish line.  The true practice of yoga is about dropping all conceptions of perfection and striking the perfect pose - it is about accepting exactly where you are in this present moment.

The difference between a beginner and a more advanced student is less about postural ability and much more about acceptance, self-awareness and mindfulness, regardless of how 'stiff' or 'too tired' or 'too old' we think our body is.

Wherever you are on your yoga journey - enjoy it - take it slow and embrace the changes your mind and body experience.

The Benefits Of Yoga