Iyengar is the style of yoga taught at Unley Yoga.
It is a dynamic, physical & rejuvenating practice.
Suitable for everyone regardless of fitness, flexibility or age.
Caroline Murphy is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher
Consistent, regular practice of Iyengar Yoga will improve your physical health and sense of well being, it will help you feel calm, less stressed and help you cope with the ups and downs of your everyday life.
Iyengar Yoga is distinguished from other forms of yoga by careful attention to precision of alignment, the use of props (straps, blocks, bolsters) and specific sequencing and timing of asanas (poses) and pranayamas (breath work). Students are able to practice at their own level with no risk of injury.
Iyengar Yoga is an art, philosophy and science, and has well proven therapeutic value in relieving health problems.
CAROLINE MURPHY Instructor
Caroline started practicing yoga in 1987 and commenced teaching Iyengar Yoga in 1999. She teaches all ages and levels of students, regular classes, workshops and retreats. Unley Yoga was opened in August 2012.
Caroline is a certified Junior Intermediate level III Iyengar Yoga teacher and has completed 3 years of yoga therapy training with Stephanie Quirk. She continues her professional development with senior Iyengar Yoga teacher Pixie Lillas, Balmain School of Yoga NSW, and attends the Ramanda Iyengar Yoga Institute in Pune, India.
She has an extensive background as a Registered Nurse/Midwife working as a Community Child and Maternal Health Nurse and specialised skills in teaching yoga students with acute and ongoing health issues. Caroline is also experienced in teaching yoga for women during pregnancy and the postnatal period.
Her skills and professional approach acknowledges one’s limits, and where and when to extend and support a student to grow and develop in their practice of yoga.
|TUESDAY||9:30 am – 11.00 am||Level I – II|
|6.00 pm – 7:30 pm||Level II|
|THURSDAY||6.30 am – 8.00 am||Level II|
|9:30 am – 11.00 am||Level I|
|6.00 pm – 7.30 pm||Level I|
All classes can be attended on a casual basis, however on-going regular attendance is encouraged. Please contact Caroline when attending class for the first time – drop-ins are welcome.
The hall is owned by the Ikaros Community and occasionally classes may need to be cancelled with little advance notice for special community events.
Ideal for those who are new to yoga or wanting to consolidate the basics.
6 week courses are held regularly.
The next introductory course commences Monday 28th October, 7.15 – 8.15 pm
Suitable for students who have completed the Introductory Course, or have previous yoga experience.
Suitable for students who have at least 12 months yoga experience.
One off session or a set number of sessions.
The workshop will be held during the last week of the school holidays.
Chai after class helped sustain everyone who attended the July workshop, so it will be on again.
Time: 6.30am – 8.00am
Cost: $70 / concession $60
The Port Elliot Beach House overlooks the coastline from Goolwa to Victor Harbor.
Come to experience 5 days of yoga. There will be quiet time to help you feel nurtured and refreshed, as well as time to walk and swim.
12 months of recent yoga practice is essential.
See this short film by Fiona Walsh who attended the retreat in 2017.
Cost: $1100 per person ($200 non-refundable deposit)
Payment by cash, cheque or bank transfer