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Wylie's Wellness offers the local community an inspiring outdoor experience within a cosy marquee that looks out to the ocean and beach from Wylie's northern deck. Classes include yoga, pilates, meditation, and more!
We can offer private instruction or corporate workshops and have multiple instructors with a variety of background and styles to suit the needs of beginners to advanced levels.
See our Timetable below for the open classes. Drop ins are welcome but you are encouraged to reserve a spot by either contacting your instructor via SMS (Chrissie & Annette classes) or SMS/booking online (Daniella & Deanne's classes, see interactive booking scheduler below the timetable).
All are welcome and we have a supply of mats and props for use on the premises.
For online bookings of classes you can use the schedule below [note: not all instructors use the online booking system, so refer to timetable above for all weekly class times]
Classes are held year round on the deck overlooking the ocean pool at Wylie's Baths. The shade canopy shelters us from all weather conditions but does not curtail the inspiring views.
All levels welcome, classes are suitable for everyone, bring your mat (some spares) and just come along!
After the class you can enjoy a refreshing swim, then relax with a cuppa from Wylie's kiosk, no time limit on your stay.
Entry to Wylie's Baths is $3 for Wellness Classes (yoga / pilates / meditation)
Entry to Wylie's Baths is $5 if you are attending Wellness Class & swimming
The cost of the Wellness Class is $18 directly to your instructor
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Chrissie Alexander began studying/practising Vinyasa yoga over 10 years ago. More recently, she has practised Jivamukti Yoga and attended many courses with her teacher, Clive Sheridan, to develop the spiritual side of yoga. Chrissie has been teaching Hatha Vinyasa Yoga for 5 years, aligning each movement with the breath. She incorporates meditation and pranayama into her classes.
|Contact: Chrissie |
Mobile: 0406 948 078
Daniella Goldberg PhD trained as a yoga teacher to help others discover the power of yoga to help reduce stress and live each moment more mindfully. She has a love of yoga and a passion for teaching it. Through hatha-vinyasa style classes, she gently guides students to grow strong, be flexible, focused and mindful both, on and off the mat. She completed her teacher training in the Jivamukti style yoga at the Sukha Mukha Studio in Sydney in 2013. Since then, she has completed an advanced training in Adjustment & Alignment, Mental Health First Aid Course for Yoga Teachers and the Karma Kids Yoga Teachers Workshop.
Daniella began practicing yoga when she was five years old and as an adult has integrated yoga into her daily life for health and wellness. When she is not teaching yoga, Daniella consults to other health & wellness businesses about PR and media. She has Doctorate of Philosophy in Medicine.
Mobile: 0416 211 067
Mobile: 0418 220 052
Benjamin Cullen has been teaching Qi Gong and Tai Chi for 8 years. He is taught by Sifu Lin from Taiwan.
Mobile: 0411 887 408
Sol Voron teaches Traditional Yoga practices which promote wellbeing, insight and development at personal, relational and professional levels. The perspective and approach to teaching is guided by Traditional Yoga including Buddhist values and are supported by Eastern contemplative and Western contemporary research and learning. The style of teaching is adapted to individual, group and situational needs while working safely within current natural constraints and circumstances. Classes typically follow gentle, slowly progressive and relaxed practices based on Asana (physical postures and movement), Pranayama (breathing techniques), Yoga Nidra (Deep relaxation), Meditation (mindful contemplative awareness). Depending on participants, these practices may range from the gentle, subtle movement of limbs and joints, to moderate strength developmental practices and occasionally stronger dynamic practices.
Sol teaches the Remedial Class at Wylies on Wednesdays 7.30 - 8.30am & 9 - 10am
(Remedial: allied practices supporting health improvement, recovery, wellbeing)
Mobile: 0409 368 180
Yoga Nature ‘Life Pilgrimage’
Mt Kailash, Guge Kingdom, Tibet & Nepal – 14 June/July 2018
Escape the Sydney winter for summer time amongst the mountain peaks on top of the vast Himalaya plateau
Cultures, traditions, people - Vibrant natural scenery, expansive landscapes
Living experiential appreciation of ancient Yoga traditions exploring the commonalities and distinctions across Buddhist, Bonn, Hindu and contemporary western perspectives
Full details: www.yoganature.org
Working with a broad range of people, groups, organisations, cultures and traditions, Sol's approach to Yoga is highly inclusive. Classes encourage the creation of a welcoming, friendly and respectful space which is supportive of diversity including to participants with (and with-out) specific beliefs, traditions, religious, or spiritual views.
Sol is a Registered Senior Teacher with Yoga Australia (Member No: 4906)