This online workshop addresses the most common questions, misunderstandings and confusing bits about meditation. It covers the essential how’s and why’s of creating a stable practice. The course will be run over 3 weeks, online as a group. Included are:
12 pre-recorded videos
4 live Q&A’s and live guided meditations
a course manual
and plentiful support from Kate.
We’ll explore many different aspects and approaches to and also queries about meditation. Such as
How do I quiet my mind and what do I do with my thoughts?
What is the point? What is meditation for? How is it different to just sitting and thinking?
I know it is good for me, but how do I make myself do it? How do I meditate consistently?
What technique am I supposed to be using? What is the right way to do it?
Am I supposed to be using guidance or do it on my own? And, how do I do it on my own?
In addition, the course addresses the struggles that Kate personally experienced as a beginner, and the mountains of wisdom and understanding that she has gathered along the way.
Kate is an Insight Meditation Teacher, Spiritual Mentor, Transformational Retreat Facilitator, Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist and a lifelong student of the Yoga and Buddha Dhamma. She has been a practitioner of Buddhist meditation for 13 years, and has sat (and facilitated) over 20 silent meditation retreats in the insight (Vipassana) tradition of up to 30 days in length. Kate is currently in a 4-6 year program to become a Senior Insight Meditation Teacher of Australia.
Develop resilience by learning how to be with emotionally difficult or physically painful experiences
Leverage personal strengths and stretching your personal edges without giving up or burning out
Recognise & shift from critical to compassionate self talk
Process and learn from inevitable mistakes and failures
This cutting-edge training program is built around the latest brain research related to peak performance, resilience, focus & “flow.” This program was developed in a joint collaboration between Neuroscientists at the University Southern California (USC) San Diego, The USC Centre for Mindfulness and the US Olympic Team.
Andrew is a qualified (mindful Performance Enhancement, Awareness & Knowledge) Coach trained at USC San Diego. He uses these techniques to be at his best in his work as a Specialist Anaesthetist. Andrew teaches this course to Doctors in Training to enhance their ability to perform in the demanding field of medical training.That is how he knows this program works. It is really a way to become elite at whatever you wish to work at.
Jimmy Barkan is returning to Adelaide (virtually!) for a 7 day Hot Yoga Immersion in November, but there’s only a few days left to secure your Early Bird discount special – save $245!
Who is this immersion for?
Those who love hot yoga and want to take their practice and knowledge to the next level
Anyone considering becoming a yoga teacher but not yet ready to make the 200 hour training commitment
Yoga teachers wanting to receive their 80 hour certification in Barkan Method Vinyasa Flow
Where: yogafusion – 14 The Parade, Norwood. Adelaide. South Australia 5068 When: Sunday 8th November – Saturday 14th November Come and discover what thousands already know – that The Barkan Method of Hot Yoga Training prepares you to be the best yogi you can be!
From today our capacity will be increased in line with today’s announcements from the SA Government 🙌🏻 . We’re hard at work getting the schedule adjusted – standby for class confirmations if you’re on wait lists 📲 . It’s a small step forward in the right direction and still a way to go – THANK YOU for your support throughout this truly tricky time from all of us at yogafusion 🙏🏻
Due to the limited class sizes imposed by current government restrictions, we’ve implement waitlists on all our classes and we know that there have been some questions about how they work.
So we’re here to answer!
The main points are:
If a class is booked to capacity, you can join the waitlist. This means that if someone booked into the classes cancels you will move up the list and, if you’re at the top, you’ll be added to the class.
You will be notified via email if you’ve been added into the list at least 90 minutes before the class starts, so please keep an eye on your inbox.
If you are waitlisted, but a spot doesn’t free up in the class then you won’t lose a class on your current pass.
If you’re on the waitlist you can cancel at anytime and you also won’t lose a class on your current pass.
In order to use the waitlists, please make sure you are using the latest version of the app. At the time of writing, this is version 3.045.001. If this isn’t the version you’re using, please update via either Apple’s App Store or Google’s Play Store.
To check which version you have, go to the “Settings” section, like so!
Have you heard the awesome news? 🤗 . We’re reopening Monday 1st June! 🙌🏻 . Less than a week until we can see you in the studio again and BOOKINGS ARE OPEN NOW 🥰 . Places are limited to allow for physical distancing regulations ↔️ . Some live stream options will still be available with the recordings 👍🏻 . Schedule is online via the website and app 📲
Long weekend plans sorted! . We are now able to REOPEN Friday 5th June 🙌🏻 . Full schedule now available and ready to take bookings 🧘🏻♂️ . Spaces are LIMITED to stay within physical distancing guidelines ↔️ . Bookings highly recommended to avoid disappointment – first in basis and wait listing if you miss out 🙏🏻 . WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU 💖
We are so grateful for the continued support we have received with the transition to online classes.
We are still offering multiple classes a day and a variety of styles. If you haven’t tried it out yet, please join us!
Registering for online classes
You can register for classes in the yogafusion app, or from the class schedule on our website.
It’s best to sign up at least 30 minutes before class starts so you have time to receive the link and log in – but if you leave it until the last minute you’ll still be able to join – just make sure you’re ready to go!
Online classes and recordings are available wherever you are – anywhere in the world!
Preparing for your virtual class
All you need is enough room to roll out your mat and a good internet connection.
You can join on your phone, laptop or computer (if you’re really tech savvy – or are at home with someone who is – link the class to your tv!)
Log in a few minutes early to test your audio and video, so you’re ready to go when class starts.
Viewing video classes
We will e-mail you a link to the class at least 20 minutes before it starts; they are sent out every few minutes, right up until the class starts.
If you do not receive the link 10-15 minutes before class, please reach out and we can re-send the link.
If the class times don’t suit, register anyway as you will be emailed a link to the recording of the class, available for 24 hours.
Sliding scale pricing available
We know this is an incredibly stressful time for many in our community and we want you to know we are here to assist you by keeping connected to the benefits of yoga practice, and each other.
We have introduced a sliding scale pricing option to pay what you can afford – starting from as little as $5/class.
Yoga can be a transformative tool for physical, mental and emotional health and well-being – never has there been a more crucial time to keep a regular practice.