Sandy and Grandson Daniel getting into some home practice

Happy Bay Pose (Ananda Balasana)

Ananda (Bliss) Bai (Baby) Asana (Pose)

Not a traditional hatha yoga pose more closely associated with the Feldenkrais Method but widely used in yoga for its incredible hip opening benefits. This supine reclining squat stretches the hips, hamstrings and inner groins. Can reduce back pain and creates compression in the abdomen.

Yin Yoga with Faye

Faye will be teaching Yin Yoga. The feeling that you will be left with after you have gone through a Yin Yoga session is amazing! Yin Yoga class consists of a series of passive floor poses that we work towards relaxing into. These poses are held between 2-5 minutes and provide a wonderful opening/loosening to the connective tissue. Some of the benefits of Yin Yoga are: РCalming and balancing to the mind and body РRegulates energy in the body РIncreases mobility in the body, especially the joints and hips РLowering of stress levels РGreater stamina РBetter lubrication and protection of joints РMore flexibility in joints & connective tissue РDeeper Relaxation РA great coping for anxiety and stress РBetter ability to sit for meditation Ultimately you will have a better Yang practice. (Yin Classes are held each Sunday at 4pm with Faye)

Mum’s and Bub’s Yoga

Classes for YOU and your BABY

Amanda offers Mum’s and Bub’s Yoga classes at Peninsula Yoga each Tuesday at 10 am.

Amanda discovered a passion for yoga 10 years ago and completed her hatha yoga teacher training at Baulkham hills yoga school.

Mums and Bubs yoga classes help new mums regain fitness! reconnect with their bodies, strengthen pelvic floor and abdominal muscles In the post natal period.

Theses classes are lots of fun, informal and very social. A great way to meet other new mums and bond with your baby.

Amanda is very experienced in both Yoga and Motherhood, she has two young children who have both benefited from Mums and Bubs Yoga, she teaches restorative and foundational yoga poses with a focus on helping students develop strength and flexibility and engage a sense of wonder to explore body and breath.