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Rise Yoga Richmond

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2hr Transitions Workshop with Casey
Yoga students can greatly enhance the quality of their current yoga practice by starting to give equal attention to the space between the asanas.
This workshop will move away from the habit of using momentum, and instead you will learn to cultivate slowness of movement when transitioning between poses.
When: Saturday April 8th
Time: 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Cost: Members $25 | Non Members: $55

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LOVE these delicious healthy treats from @Blendco. ❤️ Grab one after class from reception for the perfect energy hit.

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In Sculpt Yoga we use props (handweights, blocks, chi balls) to work with an all-over-body workout, and a fabulous platform to launch your yoga practice to the next level. Suitable for all levels, fabulous for athletes wanting to focus on core and general conditioning. Join Casey at 4:30pm tomorrow and try our Sculpt class.

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This workshop is suitable for both beginners and seasoned practitioners looking to
 deepen and refine their understanding of the elements of the vinyasa sequence.

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This depends on your goals and sport, but generally we recommend YIN for deep connective tissue stretch and rebalancing hormones depleted by repetitive high intensity training.
Join us tonight for Yin at 7:30pm!

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Sunday breakfast inspo - Spicy Scrambled Eggs
Serves 1
2 eggs – whisked lightly
½ tsp Himalayan salt
1 clove garlic – diced
1cm piece ginger - diced
½ tsp black pepper
¼ tsp cumin seeds
¼ tsp ground cumin
1 small red chilli cut into slices
handful coriander roughly chopped
2 tsp coconut oil
dash cayenne pepper
dash soy sauce
1. Place coconut oil, ginger, garlic, salt, pepper and spices in a cold pan over the stove. Turn the heat to a medium high heat and allow the oil to heat up slowly. (Putting the oil and spices into a cold pan with stop them from burning).
2. Fry spices until they are fragrant and start to brown.
3. Turn the heat down to a low heat. Pour egg mixture into the pan and allow to sit.
4. Fold egg mixture in the pan cooking outside areas. Be careful not to over fold the mixture as you want the eggs slightly runny and soft.
5. When mixture is almost cooked through add a few dashes of soy and the coriander leaves to the mixture. Fold only a few times to roughly mix through the soy and coriander.
6. Serve immediately over toast or your favourite sautéed greens. Garnish with a little extra salt, coriander and sesame seeds. Add a side of avo and kimchi!

Note: Add ¼ tsp turmeric to the mixture if you desire. Replace the coriander for any other of your favourite herbs, I suggest flat leaf parsley.

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#sanskritsaturday.. #blissed out after a wonderful week of daily yoga 👌🏽make some time in your week, every week to practice and you will reap the benefits of being rejuvenated and re-energised.

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“There is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essence of beauty.” ― Steve Maraboli
Happy Body Love Friday ❤️❤️

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In this 2hr workshop, Casey will guide you through practical transitions and offer informative instruction to explore coming in and out of poses. This workshop is suitable to all levels!
When: Saturday April 8th 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Cost: Members $25 | Non Members: $55
Book online:

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Our philosophy at Rise is that yoga should be a shared experience. Our studio is a community united by a love of yoga, personal growth and inner peace. We aim to foster a relaxed and supportive atmosphere, and our teachers are always happy to have a chat after class. #jointherisetribe
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