Yoga Synergy Course

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Yoga Synergy Courses are run over a 1 week period, Monday to Friday. Spend this time learning a fantastic series of Vinyasa Yoga that will greatly enhance your regular practice or that you can practice on your own. Commit to a regular practice for a week as we move through the seasons: Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring.

Each yoga course takes the time to explain and experience in great detail the Synergy Sequences,  (designed by Australian physiotherapist yoga teachers Simon Borg-Olivier and Bianca Machliss). They are progressive  yoga training courses put together for western bodies and minds.  The practice builds up to a flowing, meditative and delightfully silent group yoga practice to music.

The Beginner Courses are open to those who are new to yoga, or new to YogaSynergy.  For the duration of the course we cover the important and fundamental aspects of the YogaSynergy Method, taking time to explain these aspects in the kind of detail we are unable to in an open class.

The Intermediate Courses are open to those who are more experienced yoga practitioners.  The course covers in detail the important and fundamental aspects of intermediate to advanced asana and pranayama of the YogaSynergy method.  An absolutely unforgettable journey. Spaces are limited.

Beginner – Tuesday to Friday  6.30 am to 8.00 am | Saturday 7.45am to 9.15am | ZAR 690 with Toni Westaway

Intermediate – Monday to Friday| 6.30 to 8.00 am | Cost ZAR 750 with Jim Harrington

To book, Contact Us.

Water Beginner with Toni Westaway: 2 – 6 May 2017

Intermediate with Jim Harrington: 8 – 12 May 2017

Water is the second of the 5 sequences – the weather is cooling down, but still comfortable. The water of our bodies: blood, lymph and other fluids move between our cells and through our vessels, bringing energy, disease fighters & carrying away wastes. The water sequence practice boosts our immune system in preparation for the winter. The intention with which we practice the water sequence is to bring about change through fluid movement.