Redfern Yoga

Movement – so you can do all you love to do with increased strength, resilience and mobility, and feel good in your body – at any age.


Off the Grid Yoga

Sustainable movement is about using your body with intrinsic strength. It’s about boundaries and feeling good when you move and finding movement patterns that will be with you for the long term. This is a six week series, or a 2 day workshop.

Psoas Savvy Workshop

Every day movements like sitting shorten the psoas muscles and over time they lose their ability to yield, limiting movement at the hip. You’ll luxuriously release and relax your psoas while increasing your hip range of motion in this 2 hour class.

Moving in Free-D

Form meets free dance: explore ‘form’, then take it ‘Free D’ to music.  Moving Free D gives your body, mind and spirit a delicious whole body dance party!

1 hour class.

Movement doesn’t end with your class

  • 7:00 a.m  — you reached overhead and stood on the balls of your feet to get a new package of coffee from the upper cupboard.
  • 7:15 a.m.  —  you squatted to look in the lower section of the fridge for the peanut butter which got poked way in the back.
  • 8:00 a.m.  —  you had to get to your hands and knees to find your other shoe under the couch.
  • 8:30 a.m.  –   in the car, you twist to look for traffic as you back out of the driveway.

every day is yoga

Every Day is a new opportunity to feel good in your body. Everything you do, all day long is yoga – or it can be when you move with awareness. 

There are the things you need to do and the things you want to do for enjoyment: walking, dancing, and getting on the ground to play – for any reason – and back up again. 

This is my reason for doing yoga movement. What is yours?



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