About Moksha Yoga

The Moksha Philosophy

The belief is……that if you can breathe you can practice Yoga. Over the years we have seen for ourselves the many transformational processes that students have experienced in a positive way through a consistent Yoga practice, and that process of transformation is available to everyone……..simply roll out your mat and let the process begin!

Welcome to Moksha Yoga

Yoga is our passion and we believe that it should it be accessible for everybody and for that reason we have created classes that range from Beginners level to Advanced practice. We aim to provide a holistic approach to Yoga and appreciate the significance of sharing this knowledge in a way that can be applied to everyday life. Our classes are designed to provide maximum benefit for the mind, body and spirit in an environment that is peaceful and conducive to relaxation.

Our style of Yoga is Vinyasa also known as flowing form and is practiced to a variety of music that uplifts and energises aswell as soothes and relaxes and is taught according to the needs of the individual practitioner as well as the needs of the group. We teach the holistic benefits of yoga practice so that you can apply the techniques learnt during the class into your life. Consistent practice is the key which subsequently provides a deeper sense of personal awareness, enhances recuperative abilities, and promotes healing at every level of being. To help you get started new students to Moksha receive their first week for free after your first casual class so that you can experience for yourself all that Yoga has to offer.

“I am guided by the vision of what I believe Yoga can be in a person’s life, of what it has been in my own life, and the goal of Moksha Yoga is to transform peoples lives through this ancient practice, in order to bring happiness, contentment, peace and fulfilment to all areas of ones own life and then in return, to share these gifts with others. This ancient practice has a place in our modern world, more so now than ever before, and through the experiments of our own Truth, our own practice, these Teachings have the capacity to bring about enormous transformation and change.” – Emma Palmer, E-RYT-500, RPYT, Level 3 Senior Yoga Teacher, Founding Principal and Director of Studies

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"When the breath wanders the mind also is unsteady. But when the breath is calmed the mind too will be still, and the yogi achieves long life. Therefore, one should learn to control the breath."
-Hatha Yoga Pradipika