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About Us

Nestled on the edge of the Manly CBD is a vibrant center where you can learn and practice yoga. 

Manly Yoga is a community-run, not-for-profit yoga center that has been serving the Manly yoga community for almost 40 years.  

Each week many hundreds of students are welcomed through these doors.  Our students are as diverse as the practices we teach them. 

Be you an uber athlete, a peaceful warrior, an inter-stellar powerbroker, a vital grandma, or a soul searching diva, there will be something for you at Manly Yoga.

Some students seek to lose weight and tone muscles (we can help with that), some seek relief from all sorts of ailments, back pain and muscular or skeletal discomfort (yep, we do that too!) and most (even if they don't know it..) are looking for a little bit of respite from the hectic world in which we all live.

On the Manly Yoga timetable there are over 35 classes in yoga and meditation designed to fit the needs of people of all ages, ideologies and abilities. 

There are classes that will get you sweating, classes that will get you sitting and classes that will have you lying down.   There is an ever-changing and evolving calendar of yoga classes and events that has something for everyone.

 

What We Teach

At Manly Yoga we teach a classical, hatha style of yoga, which originates from northern India.

There are generally two types of yoga on offer originating in either southern India or northern India. The southern Indian styles tend to be more athletic and physical, such as Ashtanga and Iyengar. 

As northern India is geographically closer to Tibet, the yoga styles, which have emerged from that area, have a flavour of Tibetan Buddhism, with an emphasis on mindfulness and with seated meditation included in their yoga practices.

The main focus in our classes is on the cultivation of awareness or mindfulness. For example, when practising the physical postures we encourage...

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