Yoga classes with Rachel
You are invited to join Rachel for group Yoga classes
Enjoy a breath centric slow flow vinyāsa Yoga practice suitable for all physical abilities. Rachel’s classes are infused with a reverence for life as our greatest teacher . Her wide-ranging experience over the past twenty years in varying modalities means students receive an array of unique tools to suit each individual for a safe and uplifting practice. Expect movement guided by the breath, gentle philosophy, chanting, breath work and mantra.
"I went to Rachel's vinyasa class yesterday morning. After a long absence it felt like coming home to a warm embrace.
Thankyou Ray of Light. I love what you do Rachel." Linsey D
The space overlooks the ocean, it is a large and airy room, the doors will be open so the sound of the ocean will be our sound track. There are bathrooms and changing rooms. Pack your swimwear and enjoy a swim before or after class at the beach or a coffee at Bulli beach cafe after class.
Fridays 7.15am- 8.15am
Tuesday 4pm - 5pm (Commencing 30/11/21)
Cost $20 casual or see the booking link for other options
Free parking at Bulli beach
Bring your own mat and a cushion
Bookings are not required.
Covid restrictions do apply as per NSW Health Act
"Rachel's classes will uplift you, nourish you and enliven your soul"
I’ve always struggled with the question;
"What yoga do you teach?"
To me it is just Yoga.
I heard this acronym when listening to a talk it was shared with the speaker.
Desikachar wrote it on a napkin for her one day.
YOGA THAT IS:
Very intimate and complete
In body, mind and spirit
Never hurting yet creative
Yoga that is totally authentic
Over centuries and centuries
Given by great sages
Adapted to one and all
~ TVK Desikachar
About your mentor - Rachel Nokes
Principle teacher trainer / Yoga Therapist / Yoga Teacher / Psychotherapist / Ayurvedic Practitioner
Rachel has found her life’s purpose, and she would love to inspire you to find yours. Over the past eleven years of teaching yoga Rachel has integrated her learning, creating a methodical approach to Vinyasa Yoga inspired greatly by the Krishnamacharya lineage. This includes intelligent sequence design, the weaving of Yogic philosophy and real-life storytelling, and chanting into the Yoga practice. In addition, Rachel loves how her students can choose from a range of Yoga tools so that the practice can really be made available to all students.
Rachel teaches the courses and workshops at her home studio in Bulli, which she has created over the past nine years with the loving support of her husband, Michael. She leads retreats in Australia, Europe, Bali and India. Rachel also offers ongoing mentoring to teachers who have completed the Ray of light teacher training or those looking to continue their exploration of Yoga philosophy and teaching. She loves how the Yoga family expands and celebrates the rich diversity in the students who attend her courses.