Just so you know…you are amazing, loved, and perfect just the way that you are.
By Sue Byrne / April 30 2019
Many happy returns to all students who are having a birthday in April
Many of my family are April babes
My daughter 1st of the 4th who was the April fool there?
My son 14/4
Son in law and Brother 13/4
Lots of beautiful friends celebrate in April ……………it’s a very busy birthday month
So happy happy birthday to all for April!
SO, WHAT IS HAPPENING AT YB IN THE MONTH OF APRIL?
STUART WATKINS WORKSHOP
Saturday April 27th 2-5 pm with his musician friends. If you have not practised with live musicians come along and check it out. It is just soooooooooooo good!
Book today and still receive the $50 early bird price. Early bird ends soon.
Book now! PLEASE payment direct to
BSB 036037 ACC 356347
ACC Name Yoga Byrne
There are many of you that would so value this time on the mat so please don’t let your feelings of inexperience stop you from having this amazing experience with Stuart. He is my teacher and has been for 7 years. He makes me able to teach the way that I do. He shows me the love that I can then pass onto you.
Email me to book your place. I promise you will love it!
WHY DO WE PRACTICE YOGA?
Yoga is something we can all do. No matter how, where or when. We can all be in the state of yoga no matter what.
“Yoga practice is at its most transformational when we use it as a way to restore, nurture, and expand a loving, compassionate relationship with ourselves. We do this not only for ourselves but also because doing so changes the way we see others and interact with the world around us.”
I have just completed a Teacher Training on Meditation in Bali. I was MIA for a week.
Thank you all that covered for me.
Thank you to the students that missed me
My heart is full of gratitude.
By my taking training, it gives me more to give to you and I want to be able to give you all that I can so that you can be in your YOGA as best as you can.
OUR PRIZE DRAW BOX IS FILLING UP LOVES KEEP ENTERING FOR MORE CHANCES TO WIN!
The draw will take place on Monday April 30th the more times you enter the more chances you have to win win win, well only once but winners are grinners
1st prize 30% off the Moondyne Retreat in September
2nd prize 10 class card pass valued at $150
3rd prize a voucher for Frazers Restaurant valued at $100
POSE FOR THIS MONTH IS
Revolved Triangle Pose (Parvritta Trikonasana)
Begin in Warrior II. Straighten front leg (right leg). Square hips towards front. Twist to the right. Bring the left hand to outside of right foot. If this causes strain, bring left hand to block or inside of left foot. Lift right arm up, gaze towards right fingertips. Breathe and extend in all directions. Repeat on the other side.
Benefits: Strengthen legs. Stretches hips, groins, hamstrings, and muscles around spine. Opens chest and shoulders. Improves balance.
Contraindications: headache, uncontrolled high or low blood pressure. lower back, knee, or neck injury (keep head in neutral position if you have neck problems.)
HOW MINDFULNESS CAN HELP
Each of us has this inherent quality, but we don’t necessarily use it, and it’s when we’re not being true to ourselves that we need it the most. When we have a heightened awareness of who we are, we can be that much more conscious of making sure that our sense of self is a clear one.
That means we are willing to be very honest with ourselves so that, if or when, we’re about to slip into being someone we’re not — which can be anything from people pleasing, or being afraid to show our true self for fear of not being loved — we immediately note it and bring our focus and awareness right back to the self that is most real and sincere.
We don’t realize how often we slip out of present moment awareness of the authentic self, and then, before we know it, we can feel frustrated and even depleted. That’s because we’ve been presenting a less genuine part of ourselves to others, as if we’re playing a role, which can happen when we feel self-conscious or insecure. By practicing mindfulness consistently, you will become much more cognisant of when you’re about to throw your authentic self under the bus, and immediately stop yourself from doing it.
ADVOCATE FOR YOURSELF
A good way to catch yourself is to notice whenever you’re feeling a sense of uncertainty, doubt, or fear, which is always an indicator that we might be susceptible to hiding or concealing our authentic self.
Immediately say something silently to yourself, such as:
“I am enough”
“I don’t need to pretend”
“There’s nothing for me to fear”
“It’s okay to be who I really am”
“I am worthy of love”
These are just a few examples of how to advocate for yourself if, even for a moment, you forget that the only self that should be front and centre is your authentic self.