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Menopause Summit 2024

Hear latest research and expert advice
Learn from the world’s foremost experts
Explore a wide range of topics related to this crucial social need
Perspectives from Ayurveda, Physiotherapy, Psychology + more
Optional Bonus Pack: Includes recordings of live events, pre-recorded additional resources, downloadable practice guides and much more!

Featured Articles

Seclusion in the City

A core teaching of yoga is that each person occupies a number of layers or bodies, varying in subtlety. The subtler layers are larger and contain more information. Your ability to access information is related to your practice. Yoga helps you develop clarity and the ideal state of mind for the task.
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Witnessing Global Wounds

Josh sat down with Rachael O’Mara to talk about how yoga has supported her almost 20-year journey in international development, working with some of the most vulnerable and marginalised communities around the world, including in the Pacific, East and South Asia, and the Middle East. Read more>

Upcoming Yoga Australia Events

FREE online event for members

Join Sue Everett for an online Slow-Paced Yoga sequence for students who would prefer and/or benefit from a more slowly paced, less vigorous class, without inverted poses. Most of the poses will be taught using a chair to offer maximum support, as well as fresh perspectives on how to perform common poses with this yoga prop.

Most of this class will be taught using a chair, and along with your yoga mat, it will be useful to have additional yoga props,
such as a bolster and a yoga strap. Register Now>


FREE online event for members

Three- Part Series: Part 2
Explore some helpful key tips for teaching yoga to children aged 3-5 years, presented by Stacey Louise Understand how to:

  • Engage children (aged 3-5) during a yoga class.
  • Meet the unique developmental requirements of this age group.
  • Consider ways to include all of the limbs of yoga, beyond the asanas (physical poses). Register Now>

FREE online event for members

Three- Part Series: Part 3
Explore key tips for teaching
yoga to teenagers, presented by Stacey Louise
Understand how to:

  • Engage teens during a yoga class.
  • Meet the unique developmental requirements of this age group.
  • Consider ways to include all of the limbs of yoga, beyond the asanas (physical poses). Register Now>

FREE online event for members

Learn the essential keys to becoming a great teacher, so you’ll teach more, earn more and create a community of loved up customers. Ondine Savage has been a yoga teacher for 18-years, runs her own studio and had other teachers working for her. She has observed how teachers talk about money, including what they charge for classes, workshops and retreats, and often it’s coming from a scarcity mindset. This event will help to provide perspective around valuing your worth and charging for your services. Register Now


FREE online event for members

In this session Nadine will discuss the benefits of a Restorative Yoga practice during postpartum and why it should be an essential part of a new parent’s self-care.

The session will also include a 60 minute Restorative Yoga practice especially designed to support the postpartum body and nervous system and 15 minutes time for Q&A at the end. Register Now>


Become a Member

Yoga Australia is the voice of the Australian yoga industry, advocating on behalf of all yoga professionals. We are an Australian organisation with staff and volunteers based all around the nation. You can contact us in real time, by phone or email. Join us as a yoga teacher, yoga therapist, or simply a yoga enthusiast!
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Yoga Today – The Latest in Australian Yoga

Yoga Australia is the voice of the Australian yoga industry, advocating on behalf of all yoga professionals. We are an Australian organisation with staff and volunteers based all around the nation. You can contact us in real time, by phone or email. Join us as a yoga teacher, yoga therapist, or simply a yoga enthusiast! Read more >

About Us

Yoga Australia is the voice of the Australian yoga industry, advocating on behalf of 3,000+ yoga professionals. We are an Australian organisation with staff and volunteers based all around the nation. You can contact us in real time, by phone or email.