7 DAY FREE TRIAL FOR ALL NEW CLIENTS

Psssst....This deal will only be live for a few more days!


READY TO INVEST INTO YOUR WELL BEING?

 

Our Unlimited memberships offer the best value, choose from either $32 Weekly or $128 Monthly, direct debited out of your nominated account when you choose, to have the freedom to book into as many classes as you like (We have 23 classes a week to choose from at the moment!).

Our memberships have no lock in contracts, no sign up fees and no cancellation fees. Just give us 7 days notice if you ever want to terminate or pause your membership.

Our members can book their classes 14 days in advance, and can even do 2, or even 3 classes in a row if they like!

 


UPCOMING EVENTS AT NIN YOGA

*Please note special events are not included in our 7 day free trial*


BEGINNER INVERSIONS WORKSHOP with Brodie Kelly - Sunday 22nd July 2pm-4pm

Investment: $35

To book in advance: Search for the date on the timetable or on the MindBody App.

This two hour workshop will turn your life upside down in the best way possible.


We will be unlocking the secret to a strong, stable inversion. Talking about what parts of the body are involved, what muscles to activate to achieve your best shoulder stand. Multiple inversions will be discovered and broken down making you feel more confident in your practice.


This workshop is aimed at people with a regular yoga practice that is interested in gaining more challenging asanas or people who want extra tips, tricks and practice with their handstands and inversions.

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RESTORATIVE YOGA WORKSHOP with Laura Rizzotski - Saturday 28th July 2pm-4pm

Investment: $35

To book in advance: Search for the date on the timetable or on the MindBody App.

ALL PROFITS TO GO TOWARDS THE HUNGER PROJECT

A restorative yoga sequence typically involves five or six poses, supported by props such as bolsters, blankets and blocks, allowing for complete relaxation, rest & rejuvenation.

Escape the winter chill in this very special, 2-hour fundraising restorative workshop, with all proceeds raised going toward The Hunger Project.

Join Laura as she guides you through a series of restorative asana (poses), nestled within a warm cacoon of blankets to relax the body, surrounded by gentle music to calm the mind, and aromatherapy to soothe the nervous system, reducing stress and tension. Together, we will explore the power of introspective practices through guided pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation and intention setting, entering July with clarity feeling refreshed, relaxed and ready to take on whatever the new month brings.

Laura is one of our resident yoga & meditation teachers at Nin Yoga, a provisional psychologist and a passionate advocate for all things self-care. This workshop will be an investment of $35, with all proceeds going towards The Hunger Project. The Hunger Project aims to end world hunger by 2030. Their mission is to shift the mindsets of women and men living in hunger, so they transform into leaders for the sustainable end of hunger. Through programs of education, microfinance, agriculture and health, these people are empowered with the skills, knowledge and resources they need to break the poverty cycle themselves. 

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BREATHWORK CIRCLE with Ginny Shearer - Saturday 18th August 5:30pm-7:30pm

Investment: $75

To book: Contact Ginny on 0420 984 481 or email ginnyshearer@hotmail.com

Breathwork gives each individual the opportunity to process fears, trauma and negative emotions that are stored in the cells of the body. When we experience trauma, deep sadness or loss we naturally move into the flight or fight process. We do this so we can move on with our daily life such as earning a living, feeding our children and life in general. In ancient cultures like the Middle East and Africa grieving is seen as a natural process that has significant purpose or is seen as a “rite of passage”. Time and space is allocated in honour of this process. You can see men and women wailing for days, wearing certain dress in song, dance and ceremony or going to sacred places to allow the sadness to be present. This could be done alone, within a tribe or with the entire community support. Western culture however is busy and forces us to move on storing these emotions inside our bodies and minds.

Breathwork gives us the opportunity to journey safely inward and release the emotions that have been stored inside of us. We can carry these emotions from as early as our birth and if they are not released they can have long lasting subconscious effect that keep us from reaching our full potential. Breathwork also gives us the opportunity to access our natural state of bliss. This can occur after a emotional release and can also give us space to access insight and clarity to make positive changes in our lives.

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NIN YOGA TURNS ONE!

 

Keep the evening of the 29th of September free, as we will be holding another Art Exhibition to support local artists, this time, with all profits going towards the Beyond Blue Foundation.

 

More artists, more live activities, and of course more yummy food.

 

More information coming soon <3

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