Welcome to Selph Yoga
Selph Yoga has been designed for students of all ages, body types and skill levels. We believe yoga is a practice to support your best self, bringing your body into balance and your mind into ease.
We encourage you to try our full range of classes and teachers on your journey at Selph, so you are able to find what style of yoga resonates with you.
To grow and develop your practice of both body and mind, we recommend a practice of at least two classes a week. Practicing three times a week will offer a progression in your practice, and five classes a week will support higher vitality, strength and flexibility.
Please feel free to contact our friendly Yogis, or discuss with your Selph practitioner what class would suit you best.
Yoga to Heal & Strengthen Body & Mind
Selph Yoga is designed to complement the western healing methods of Chiropractic and Physiotherapy, by involving mindful movement and meditation to aid the healing process.
Healing occurs quicker when we look at the whole self; what we eat, how we move, the thoughts we think, and the relationships we have with ourself and others. These all contribute to our overall energy levels as well as our physical vitality.
Whether you are new to yoga or want to refine your yoga practice, our classes will educate you to feel more balanced in body and mind.
Mat bookings are essential, you can reserve your mat online here.
Formula for a More Mindful Life
The word ‘yoga’ is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘yuj’, meaning ‘to yoke’. Yoga is the art of living mindfully to bring your body, mind, and spirit into union.
The physical practice of yoga creates better mobility in the joints, strengthens muscles, builds flexibility, improves breathing habits, and creates a sense of connection. When we combine this physical release with a meditation practice we have the added benefits of releasing tension and stress in the body and mind, resulting in increased immunity, improved brain functionality, and an enhanced quality of sleep.
We look forward to sharing and this ancient practice of wellbeing with you.