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Embodiment is most certainly a buzz word these days. I have heard it described as multiple things. I mean, as humans, we are always technically occupying a body. However, what shifts is our connection to its various intelligences.  ...

I get asked this question a lot. It is complex and individual, so I will share my lived experience of it. Tantra is a spiritual technology of yoga. In the view of Tantra, according to Christopher Wallis, the two main goals of life are worldy success...

How yoga can help reduce pain Breath, concentration and mindful movement. These are the foundations of physical yoga practice. They are also some of the most effective ways to manage pain, naturally. Yoga, as an ancient tradition and in its many forms, has been a way of...

What a difference a word makes.  While each posture has its own foundation, setup and form, everyone's 'perfect' pose looks different. Musculo-skeletal structures, past injuries, habits, fascia, flexibility or strength are just a few of the numerous factors that affect your Asana practice. As such, being...

What is Cork and why is my Yoga Mat made of it? Over my years of practicing and teaching Yoga, I have learned how incredibly important the surface you practice on is. Whether you practice all the time or just occasionally, your Yoga mat will be your...

I Am That, Soham, सो ऽहम् I Am That - Yoga is named after a yogic mantra. The sanskrit chant सो ऽहम् or 'Soham' literally translates into I am He, or I am That, which in Hindu, is one and the same thing. It is a universal mantra, present...

Acknowledgement of Country

I Am That – Yoga acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations as the Traditional Owners of this unceded land on which we practice, teach and share Yoga: Yálla-birr-ang [Collingwood]. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and the Aboriginal Elders of other communities, as well as all the teachers that passed down this ancient wisdom and the daily practices of Yoga.

We are committed to stand in solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the fight for justice and real land rights and to pay the rent as a portion of our revenues.

Our luck of being able to legally live and earn on these lands is not taken for granted. We are proud to support the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre with a portion of our revenues, acknowledging that safety and security are a human right.

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