Private Yoga in Albany and Denmark, Western Australia

Or fly the radiant being team to your location worldwide..

Hayley offers private one-to-one and group yoga classes. Private classes give you individual attention to go deeper in your yoga practice and develop awareness. Classes are tailored to suit your level of yoga experience and individual needs from beginners to advanced levels.

Hayley offers a number of yoga styles including, Hatha, Sivenanda, Remedial, Vinyasa flow, Restorative Yin Yoga,  Partner Yoga, Aerial Yoga, and SUP Yoga.

All yoga equipment is provided. Private sessions incude personalised bespoke programs for your ongoing home practice.

Classes can be booked for morning, afternoon or evening to suit.

What to bring to a class

Wear something comfortable/loose and easy to move in. Mats and equipment needed are supplied in your yoga class. You can bring a drink of water and some socks and a jumper or blanket for the relaxation. Bring any further props/pillows you like to use along to the class if you desire. Let the teacher know if you have any serious ailments. Please ensure your mobile phone is switched off - thankyou.

 A typical class...

A typical class includes a focus on the breath to ‘bring the mind home' at the start of the class and Pranayama (breathing exercise). A flowing warm up routine such as spirit salute and the sun salutations, and then a balanced sequence of asanas and their counter poses to move the spine in all directions while maintaining a strong awareness of the present moment and the breath. All movements are synchronized with the breath in a flowing fluid & calm way. No strain or force is used in Yoga - always just a total respect for one's self and exactly how you are feeling at that given moment. Listen to your body with full awareness at all times. A Yoga nidra (deep relaxation) will complete our session using full progressive relaxation techniques and affirmations and visualizations to further enhance healing and improve health and wellbeing.

Yoga is NON COMPETETIVE - we have to forget all we learn in the gym and with other sports when practicing yoga. Yoga encourages us to withhold judgment on ourselves and others. Self responsibility at all times - the yoga teacher can advise and see what you are doing but they cannot feel what you are feeling hence it is always the yoginis (that's you) responsibility to care for their own wellbeing and physical state. The intrinsic nature of yoga is self awareness. Furthermore, it is vital that although given instruction you work at your own pace and within your own limits.

Yoga begins to work first on the physical body creating a more balanced state on the endocrine, nervous, muscular and skeletal systems. Increased awareness of physical self highlights the relationship between physical, mental and emotional elements of us. This assists in bringing balance and harmony to the body, mind and emotions. Hence the meaning of yoga is unity or oneness.

This oneness or union is achieved by the practices of Pranayama (breath awareness), Asanas (postures) Yoga nidra (deep relaxation), and meditation. The relevance of yoga in our lives is it is a time to be ‘present', just for you! Yoga balances the nervous and endocrine systems which impacts directly on all organs of the body, facilitating wellness. Asanas remove physical discomfort and stress in the muscular system. Yoga nidra has a deep calming effect on the whole body, fortifying our immune system and our ability to cope with life's challenges. Asana cultivates awareness of self. Yoga also improves movement of energy through chakras hence releasing blockages and the accumulation of toxins. Therefore Yoga not only strengthens the body and improves health, it may also awaken the higher centers of our consciousness.