OMNIA Yoga

Justine is the founder of OMNIA Healing Arts and the owner of Sangha Studio Wagga.

Her mission is to hold a safe and judgemental free space whilst offering her students the tools & guidance to heal, unravel, shed to come home.

She Specialises in: Hatha, Forrest, Yin & Elemental Movement.


Influenced by: Shamanic Reiki, Forrest, Hatha, Yoga Bodywork, Embodied Flow & the elements. 


Official Training:

> Reiki Practitioner/Master since 2005 

(Attuned by Reiki Masters - Colin Harding, Jackie Haworth, William Lee Rand & Hyakuten Innamoto.)

> 200 hr - Spinal Safe/Alignment based Hatha Yoga Teacher Training – Shanti Yoga Nelson, BC Canada

> 200 hr – Vinyasa/Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training – Himalayan Yoga Association – Rishikesh, India 

> Forrest Yoga Advanced Teacher Training with Ana Forrest – 74.5 hrs - Calgary, AB Canada

> CET Forrest Yoga - Ceremony, Mindfulness & Meditation Training – 42hours 

> 10-day Yoga Bodyworkers Training with Jambo Truong & Brian Campbell

> Abhyangam Ayurvedic Massage Training – Ayushkama Ayurvedic School - Rishikesh, India

> The Altar of Woman Apprenticeship with Adya Cadden

> Transforming Trauma with Master Yang from Calligraphy Health

> Non-Linear Movement Method with Michaela Boehm

> Poppy Perinatal Yoga Teacher Training with Charlier Speller - 40hrs

> Inner Body Tracking Practitioner Training - Level 1 with Purdie Wood

Workshops:

>  Weekend Immersions with Ana Forrest 

Building the Warrior Heart, Unravelling the mysteries of the neck, shoulders & hips & Rewire your brain to live the life you desire - Vancouver, Canada

> Angela Farmer – Inner Body Activism, Reclaiming Joy – Kripalu, Stockbride MA, USA

> 10—day Vipassana Meditation Course – Tasmania, AUS

> Yoga for Awakening Series - Seane Corne

Justine is now teaching at Sangha Studio Wagga and you can find her schedule via their website:

www.sanghastudiowagga.com

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Yoga Class

Hatha Yoga

The term HATHA means SUN AND MOON, so this style of practice is subconsciously focusing on balancing your yin and yang muscles and feminine and masculine energy.


HATHA yoga is the classical form of yoga postures and breathing that revitalizes the body physically and mentally. It is an uplifting practice that increases muscle tone, improves flexibility and concentration, detoxifies the vital organs and allows you to relax deeply.

This class is for all levels as modifications are always given for more challenging postures, and we encourage you to slow down and rest any time you need to. Whether you are trying to get in shape, cope with tension from the office or relieve the tightness in your body from sports, Hatha yoga class can benefit you.

Practicing Yoga

Forrest Yoga

Forrest Yoga is renowned as an intensely physical and internally focused practice that emphasizes how to carry a transformative experience off the mat and into daily life.  The practice challenges students to access their whole being and to use Forrest Yoga as a path to finding and then cleansing the emotional and mental blocks that dictate and limit their lives.  Students cultivate an acute awareness of their own practice and life process, creating a unique and powerful opportunity for them to make practical life decisions based on their own experiences. 
Forrest Yoga does not require strength or flexibility; it only requires a willingness to learn how to feel authentically and respond honestly. The practice is founded on four pillars -- Breath, Strength, Integrity and Spirit.

Women Stretching

Yin Yoga

YIN is a gentle reflective practice, holding poses for 3-5 minutes, which draws us into a contemplative state facing not only physical challenges but mental challenges too. It is deep purposeful passive stretching as you mindfully relax and soften all of your muscles and lengthen the connective tissue, specifically the ligaments to obtain deep fascia release, and increase bone mass with compression.

For more information on our yoga styles, classes & rates feel free to contact Justine via the below link.

 
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"Yoga takes you into the present moment.
The only place where life exists."