Courses, Corporate & Workshops

Workshops and Courses are available for all ages and styles eg. Primary and High School Term Sport Electives, Kids Workshops, Workplace Classes/Courses, Festivals, and Parties. 

The themes are endless and can be created around any particular needs eg. team bonding, single mothers, unemployed males, over 50's, kids self esteem building, kids birthdays, hens yoga parties and specialised health concerns.

Types of Workshops faciliated in the past:

  • The Heart: the Seat of Wisdom (Yin/Yang) - Ekam Yoga Festival 2017
  • A Yin Fling in Spring (Yin) - Ekam Yoga Festival 2016
  • Yoga for Stress & Anxiety (Power Vinyasa) - Ekam Yoga Festival 2015
  • Seasonal Yoga (based on Chinese Medicine Theory - 2 hrs each season)
  • The i-Pod in Your Head (9 - 12 year olds) Sprouts - Holiday Fun, Glasshouse Port Macquarie (2 hour workshop)
  • Lets Create a Garden (6 - 9 year olds) Sprouts - Holiday Fun, Glasshouse Port Macquarie (2 hour workshop)

Types of courses facilitated in the past:

  • Beginners Yoga
  • Yoga for the Chakras (energy systems in the body - 8 weeks)
  • Yoga for the Seasons (adults, primary and high school - term courses)
  • Healthly Lifestyle Challenge (Making Healthy Choices - 6 weeks)
  • Pregnancy Yoga (for length of pregnancy) 
  • Mums and Bubs Yoga (mother and baby - 6 week course)
  •  7 Steps to Happiness (for High Schools - school term)
  • 7 Tips for a Happy Life (for primary - school term)
  • Connecting With Our Earth (primary - school term)
  • The Yamas (Yogic Philosophy for adults/teens - 6 weeks)
  • The Niyamas (Yogic Philosophy for adults/teens - 6 weeks)

The Seasonal Yoga is based on The Chinese Medicine Theory to bring the body back into balance in all seasons. According to the Chinese Five Element theory, the body is made up of the same five primary elements that exist in nature – Wood, Fire, Metal, Earth and Water. Each of these elements relates to different organs, and effects physical and psychological parts of our makeup.

Each element also relates to a season, for example - in winter the Water element is strongest, so activating the meridians (energy channels) of the bladder and kidney brings balance to these organs, and restores warmth and emotional courage.