Centre for Movement Studies
Yoga Moves


Feldenkrais • Yoga • Meditation

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July school holiday yoga classes below, all welcome, casual fees apply.

Jude, 3rd and 10th July (Tuesday mornings) 9.15am - 10.45am and

Pete, Monday evening (9th July) 5pm - 6.30pm and Saturday (14th July) 9.15am - 10.45am. 

Download new winter/term 3 timetable here

Individual Feldenkrais and Yoga Lessons with Sara on Wednesday and Friday afternoons: Use the MindBody booking system to request individual appointment times with Sara. Please also note that the booking system is to request appointment times, they are not automatically confirmed - Sara will confirm with you. 

Upcoming classes and courses...

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wake up! Learn a Feldenkrais routine. October workshop

Have you ever wanted to explore a sequence of Feldenkrais Method® Awareness Through Movement (ATM) lessons to help you ‘wake up’?

Feldenkrais Method® and theatre practitioner, Anna Yen, assisted by Julie Peck, Feldenkrais Trainer, will lead you through a sequence of dynamic Awareness Through Movement lessons which incorporate:

  • multiple ways to move from standing to sitting to lying on the floor, and back up to standing.
  • moving across the floor
  • flexion (folding movements), extension (arching movements), side bending and rotation (twisting and spiraling movements)
  • practising focus which is both inside and outside i.e. both awareness of how you are moving, and of the environment in which you are moving. 
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Exploring your dynamic potential in balance

Balance is a dynamic process. We may feel that we are balanced one moment and then it is gone. It is a constantly changing state of potential energy. This term we will explore how we may be holding ourselves tense in an effort to be stable and find ways to be more flexible or mobile. As we learn to organise our movement more efficiently our dynamic balance improves.



Most people decide to learn Calm Abiding meditation because there is not enough peace in their lives. If we learn it and then practise it in formal meditation, it starts to pervade our lives and we can find the calm when we need it. Twenty to thirty minutes of practice each day, over time, can help achieve this. With calmness present, we can deal better with untoward events, we are less blown about by outside forces, and importantly, we are less stressed by what does arise around us.