We are committed to following the guidelines as currently outlined by SA Health to manage the Corona Virus .
We want to assure you that we are implementing positive actions to help keep a safe and calm yoga class environment
Providing antibacterial surface wipes and hand sanitisers located at the desk as you enter the yoga studio
Increasing cleaning and wiping of surfaces in the studio, including door knobs etc
Providing disposable paper cups for our herbal tea
Continuing to provide yoga classes to help calm your nervous system and wellbeing
Monitoring the situation as it unfolds
some things we respectfully ask your assistance with –
A gentle reminder to wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap – or use a hand sanitiser .
Wash your hands before and after class with the provided hand sanitiser / or under the tap located in the sink at the front of the yoga room.
If you are feeling unwell please reconsider attending class
Clean your mat thoroughly after your class with the anti bacterial wipes.
Bring your own mats and props if possible
Avoid using the eye pillows
Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing
Monitor our website and social media sites for updates on classes
Be kind, look out for each other and show compassion during this time.
.Teachers – Port Lincoln School of Yoga
Yoga Workshop with Lucilla Hammond – Align Your Life
Saturday 8th February hosted by the Port Lincoln School of Yoga
“At the heart of Yoga is the principles of morality and peaceful living. We may believe that we are living that life but actually it is becoming increasingly difficult to do, in our ever complex society.
How do you really know if you are living in alignment to your deepest values? Do you even know what your most important values are?
This essential information helps us to understand ourselves better, to improve decision making and to contribute to the world at large with greater impact.
Join us at Port Lincoln School of Yoga for a morning of discovery of what our values are. As we get clear on our moral compass we integrate it into our cellular body through beautiful fluid yoga. Aligning our body, mind and spirit with the greater flow of our breath.
This will be a dynamic flow style class lead with a focus of body and breath awareness, to feel with honesty, the structural alignment of your body. This allows you to know what you are truly capable of when you are aligned in truth and integrity.
After a break of light refreshments you may like to continue onto the second, seriously nourishing, half of the class.
Restorative yoga can help you heal and integrate even the most difficult aspects of Self and Life, in the most gentle and compassionate way. Restorative Yoga is long holds of reclined postures properly supported by yoga props that allows the body to release deeply held tensions and opens the body in a way not normally available to us.
Pranayama or breath work, will be incorporated into this section for greater depth and enhancement. And we finish the day with a meditation that will leave you clear on the qualities you need to take you through this most powerful of years.
We are living through a very important moment of the human evolution. Let’s move through it Aligned in ourselves; consciously, with awareness and in community. All this is set to an inspiring soundtrack to keep you focused and connected as we dance the dance of Life.”
We hope you can join us
Session 1 – 9-11.30am Active Asana session $35
Session 2 – 12.15-2.15pm Restorative & Meditation Session $30
Both Sessions – $65 (with refreshments to follow)
Bookings can be made to Lucilla at email@example.com or contact PLSY
Payment can be made on the day in cash or direct debit to Lucilla
Joy Yoga or Lucilla Hammond
BSB: 633 000
Acc.: 131 188 815
“Words cannot convey the value of Yoga, it has to be experienced.”
These words from BKS Iyengar are so true. When I started yoga about 21 years ago I had no idea the influence it would have on my body, mind, emotions and life. It has completely changed them and transformed me into who I am today.
My first 7 years were attending a weekly Iyengar class in Edinburgh Scotland, where I quickly realised it helped me manage my moods. So within a month started a personal practice 2 or 3 times a week. This helped me manage bouts of depression, which over the years, disappeared altogether.
When I moved back to Australia into rural Victoria I couldn’t find a teacher and somehow ended up teaching instead! So I did my training in 2007 with the Australian Yoga Academy. I opened up a small yoga studio in 2010 and ran that until I decided to see the world again in 2017. Since then I have been travelling, mostly around Asia but the UK too teaching yoga, studying and offering healings in Reiki, Thai Yoga massage and some Ayurvedic massages.
Move, the way Love moves you.
I have developed my own style of movement, incorporating the focus of alignment and comfort that Iyengar offers, with the playfulness, fluidity and creativeness that flow and vinyasa yoga gives you. Learning to move, as Rumi puts it, the way love moves you.
This conversation of love through the body, breath and movement are all we really need to meet ourselves each day with where we are at. And to help process all we need during these turbulent times of the human evolution.
I am super excited to be able to offer a workshop in Port Lincoln, a town I have been visiting for decades now, as I have family here. I can’t wait to share my love of Yoga with yours and know that together we make the world a better place.
Om Shanti. May your experience be peace.
Lucilla Jane (Hammond)
….we are just finalising some details and will have more information very soon, in the meantime put this one in your diary, its not to be missed!! There will be a couple of different options to hopefully suit everyone
We are so incredibly grateful and our hearts are overflowing after the workshop we held at our studio over the weekend 💜
It was such an amazing collaboration and a real sense of community as we welcomed all. 🥰
We were so focused, in awe and enjoying ourselves so much that we actually all forgot to take lots of photos…oops…but below is a few snippets of the fun that we did have! 🧘🏼♂️🧘🏼♀️
We would like to thank all the students and teachers who attended, some traveling from as far as Adelaide and Port Augusta. It was lovely to also welcome teachers from Solfit Yoga & Barre and the Port Lincoln Leisure Centre 🙏🏼
We would like to say a big thank you to 1802 Oyster Bar – Coffin Bay for our delicious meal, Australian Coastal Safaris for the bus hire, Coomunga Wines for the bus driver Pete! 🙏🏼
To our own teachers who worked tirelessly together as the beautiful team we are to pull this event off, thank you 🙏🏼
Lastly the biggest thank you to Wendy Samek of Om Yoga for coming over and sharing your incredible knowledge of yoga with us…we think you are amazing and sincerely wish you back soon! You have inspired us beyond words! 🙏🏼
This is what it’s all about for us…collaboration, community, love of yoga and yoga at its true essence. We hope everyone who attended enjoyed the workshop as much as we did and we hope to bring more amazing events like this to you in future… 🌸
Link to Om Yoga’s Website – www.omyoga.com.au/
We look forward to seeing you this weekend
With Christmas only a few weeks away, we have found the perfect to do list