Deepen Your Practice with Yogic Mindfulness

This is a six-week program for students who wish to explore yoga more deeply and be introduced to the practice of Yogic Mindfulness.

Classes are not about “advanced” postures but, about advancing our mental focus through the tools of asana, pranayama & mantra.

In the first class, you will learn to chant the Smarta Gayatri, which subsequently will be incorporated into each practice.

Each week will build on the week before, as you are gradually introduced to practices that will encourage mental steadiness and clarity – the state of ‘sattva’. You will be provided with home practices, to help reinforce the learning.

You will gain a clear, applied understanding of:

  • The principles of yogic mindfulness that will enable you to take control of and guide your own practice.
  • Prana bhavanas, the key practice in this context.

Classes will include, simple asanas, chanting, mudra-s and meditation. You will finish the class feeling calmer and more centered, this feeling will build as you incorporate the practice into daily life.  This is a program for sincere students who wish to commit themselves more fully to the yoga path.


This program is intended for:

  • Anyone interested in learning tools for a more balanced and harmonious life.
  • Yoga students/teachers wishing to deepen their personal practice and understanding of yogic mindfulness.


Program Info

Sundays 7.00am ~ 8.30am
4th February – 11th March inclusive

6 Prime Road, Grey Lynn 1021


Numbers are limited in this program, please book early to secure your place. 

If you have any questions about this program or are unsure if it’s suitable for you, please contact Barbara who will be happy to help.

m: 021 170 2640

Barbara Coley
Barbara Coley, C-IAYT, RYT-500 has been practising yoga for over 25 years and teaching for ten. She has deepened her understanding of yoga through her extensive studies with her own teachers and mentors, A.G. Mohan and Indra Mohan.

Barbara is a certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapits (IAYT) and works one-to-one with students wishing to improve their physical & emotional health. She also teaches therapy classes for small groups facing similar health challenges, presents workshops and Professional Development programs in the area of yoga therapeutics.

Barbara’s interest is in helping people to achieve their personal goals around health and well-being, using the many tools of yoga.

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