I enjoy travelling to the Darling Downs and Granite Belt in spring getting out of the big cities . We recently stopped off at the wonderful Japanese Gardens in Toowoomba with the cherry blossoms blooming. Also, the wildflowers were at their most intense and beautiful in Girraween National Park with the streams flowing through the granite country.

In Oriental Yoga (OY) we celebrate our connections in nature and the seasons. In practices we greet the day toning, shaping and connecting the body, mind and spirit. By moving the body in the most natural way the practice is invigorating and nurturing yet building body awareness, strength, physical endurance and fitness for life.

Physical endurance requires a strong heart muscle as well as strong skeletal muscles. Physical endurance is helped by the holding of postures building intensity with routines that flex, relax and condition muscles.  With a slow flow OY practice we can provide peace, bliss and understanding to support reaching our potential.

Recognise that you are a part of nature, a child of the universe and that life is a great gift. Cultivate gratitude for the fact you are alive. Enjoy your spring energy.

Namaste Tony

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