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why surya tara yoga?

Creating inner balance is our main focus at Surya Tara yoga. The mind, body and soul are three aspects of our being ~ whilst practising our postures and alignment, we create inner strength , observe what comes up in the mind, and create space for nurturing our souls.
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for whom?

We offer a wide range of classes from private yoga instruction to yin yoga, introduction courses to start you off, to general classes for those who have been practising a while.  Everyone is welcome from beginner to experienced.
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Our yoga classes are offered at various times during the week – check out our yoga class calendar to find out which class and time suits you. Please note we also offer private classes.
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who are we?

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We are a small yoga studio with an emphasis on attending to the needs of the individual. Our classes are usually 5-12 people in size and and are held at the the Hallett Cove Lions Club on Quailo Avenue, the old original Perry Barr Farm. This old restored barn is perfect for yoga, with a great ambiance and plenty of space. We have a range of classes to suit different levels and needs, from classes based on gentle stretching and meditative practices to the more dynamic morning classes. The style of yoga we practise is mostly based on alignment, but we tailor the yoga to suit the needs of our students. The aim of our classes is to quieten the mind, to establish a strong connection between the mind and body, and to find the joy in our hearts. This is yoga.

The studio is run by myself, Ruth Stanton – I share the classes with another local yoga teacher, Lisa Hobbs. We look forward to sharing our experience of yoga with you with the community that we have built together.

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Ruth Stanton has been living in Adelaide for 9 years, having moved from the UK where she trained in Karuna Yoga with Ruth White, of the Iyengar lineage. Ruth Stanton has been teaching yoga since 1999, and although her background is very much of the alignment style, she has since trained with many different teachers and schools of yoga, including Satyananda, where the Yoga Nidra tradition originates from.