http://peterstarkauthor.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/fancy-product-designer/inc/custom-image-handler.php Jane O’Grady first encountered yoga in her teens, and has been a regular student since 1998. Her teachers have encompassed a spectrum of Yogic lineages, with the Satyananda tradition a strong influence.
browse around here In 2009, she completed the two year Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching at the CAE (Melbourne).
Osteopathy provided the impetus for Jane to pursue a formal Yoga teaching qualification. She found herself drawing on her yogic practice to answer the Question Frequently Asked by patients: “Can you show me a stretch to help me recover from … (reason for seeking osteopathic treatment)…”
The goal of yoga may be described as the experience of the union of the individual self with the universal Self. In yoga classes , Jane seeks to harmonise elements of asana (poses), pranayama (breathing), relaxation and meditation. These techniques may enhance both wellbeing and self awareness in students.