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9 – Consecutive Weekends, September 26th – November 21st

Yoga Teacher Training 2015 Program Option One 9 Consecutive Weekends NEWTOWN SYDNEY from 26th September – 21st November, Sat & Sun only. This 9-weekend program is designed for those wanting to fast-track their yoga teaching skills over 9 consecutive weekends. •   26th–27th September •   3rd–4th, 10th–11th, 17th–18th, 24th–25th, 31stOctober •   1st, 7th-8th, 14th-15th, 21st-22nd November […]

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yoga and psychology

Yoga and Clinical Psychology

  Jo Hew works as a clinical psychologist specializing in complex trauma. She is also a keen yogini and completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Dancing Warrior Yoga in March 2014. Read on to find out how she is using her yoga experience in her work.   How has your yoga training influenced […]

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Vipassana: My 10 Days of Silence

Written by Clare Lovelace https://clovelaceyoga.wordpress.com/ In early March 2015 I renounced my modern life for 10 days. This is an account of my experience. Rules No communication with fellow meditators (speech, eye contact, gestures, glances, writing) No phones, books, writing materials, communication devices, cameras or music No yoga, running, any other form of exercise (walking […]

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A Monumental Yoga Triumph!

Fantastic news! You may remember international yogis Dr. Jason Birch and Jacqui Hargreaves from our Film Night and History of Hatha Yoga presentation last winter. They also held successful, sold out workshops on Pranayama and Yin Yoga and Mindfulness here at the school. Jason has secured a grant from the European Research Council (ERC) for […]

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Richard Freeman Visits Sydney!

Written by John Cusack – teacher at Dancing Warrior Yoga I recently had the pleasure of attending a weekend workshop with Ashtanga Vinyasa teachers Richard Freeman and Mary Taylor (a husband and wife team from Boulder Colorado). Being their first visit to Australia it seemed a unique opportunity for me to learn from one of […]

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Yoga Teacher Training: 11 Steps towards Englightenment

The following 11 steps are the voices taken from the general public piecing together the enormous yoga experience that can be somewhat confusing. 1. Choose your mentor wisely Realise the teacher you choose should be the teacher you would like to become. This is the big question you need to ask your gut, heart and […]

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200 Disappointing Hours of Yoga

Can a 200-hour yoga teacher training program really super-inject body intelligence? I have been teaching Hatha yoga since the early 90’s and training yoga teachers for over five years. We are in the midst of a commercial yoga explosion, which has prompted an unprecedented desire throughout the West to become the next celebrity yoga teacher […]

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In discussion with Alex Ivetic – Yoga for Anxiety & Depression

Mathew Bergan from Dancing Warrior Yoga in discussion with yoga therapist Alex Ivetic M.B. I am curious to know why you gravitated towards yoga therapy and in particular yoga for anxiety and depression. A.I. My approach is simple, methodical and intuitive. The most important part of this work is to ensure that the students feel […]

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Yogi Finds a Good Home

I found Dancing Warrior Yoga through Australian Yoga Life magazine – advert for various yoga schools that offer teacher training. Then I went online & did my own research and came to a few classes. I ended up doing a teacher training course through DWY and my personal practice has grown in more ways than […]

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Dancing Shiva Returns Home

Dancing Shiva Says Thank You Australia Today’s news announced that Tony Abbot’s visit to India has produced one amazing outcome besides the on-selling of Australian Yellow Cake uranium.  That is the return return of the 900 year old Dancing Shiva that was stolen in 2008. The  Dancing Shiva was statue bought by Canberra’s National Gallery […]

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