For many, finding optimum placement of hips, pelvis and shoulders for your body in Warrior 1 can be challenging. Amy talks you through how to find YOUR alignment in this standing asana, giving you a taste of what to expect at her upcoming workshop on physical, energetic and subtle alignment.
Take your Yoga practice to a new height with this short + simple Sama Vritti Pranayama exercise guided by our founder Amy Leonard-King, that will in just a few minutes help to calm + stabilise the mind.
Can't get in to the studio? No worries, we understand, life can sometimes get in the way!
To help you kick-start a daily practice, be guided by Amy in this simple 30 minute sequence in the comfort of your home, or even when you’re on the road…Enjoy!
Amy guides you through a relaxing 15 minute Yoga Nidra that you can do at anytime, anywhere. This practice will help bring you to the calm side after a busy day or during those times when your mind is over-active and anxiety is setting in.
In this episode of YC Insights, Amy talks through some cues to help you feel safe, comfortable and strong in your Virabhadrasana II (Warrior 2).
De-stress and take your body to the calm side with this short restorative yoga practice guided by YC Founder Amy Leonard-King designed to help you ground, re-centre and relax the deep muscles of your core.
Yoga Corner Melbourne CBD Founder + Teacher Amy Leonard-King shares this simple, beginner-level 6-minute guided meditation to help you find some quiet and space in your day. Try it at home, on public transport or at work.
And so, we find that there is a place for all types and forms of practice, and that although daily is best, that we also sometimes need a boost, a refresher, and time to really dive deep and fill ourselves all the way up again…
In this short tutorial, Yoga Corner Founder Amy Leonard-King shares the benefits of the powerful nadi shodhana pranayama or alternative nostril breathing and shares its benefits to mind, body + spirit.
Yoga Corner Founder Amy Leonard-King guides a five minute seated meditation that you can do any time, anywhere, to help bring about some stillness to your busy life.
I was sitting in a large, basic studio space with 70 other aspiring yogis in the heat of Summer in Australia, waiting on our teacher for the weekend’s immersion to arrive…
In this video, our Founder Amy Leonard-King talks about her upcoming workshop, Spiritual Retox on Saturday 27 October 1-3pm. Open to all levels, you will be guided through not only asana, but also the subtle energetics of pranayama + bandhas, a more in-depth look at meditation + yogic philosophy, and also the experience of sound + vibration through music and kirtan (chanting).
…It is rare to find someone who found Yoga, and fell into an immediate daily practice with no ups and downs, or on-and-off relationship with their Yoga mat. If that’s you then I dare say you are one of the lucky few…
Episode three of YC Insights focuses on Ujjayi (ooo-ji-eee) Breath, a very ancient and traditional form of pranayama (or breath control) which you will very often hear cued in our classes.
Also known as "Viparita Karani", Legs up the Wall is a wonderful pose for helping to stimulate the parasympathetic side of your autonomic nervous system. In other words, it relaxes you fully. Our Founder, Amy Leonard King explains how and why this pose is so special.
From July 2-7 2018, we were absolutely humbled to share a 5-night retreat on the magical Langkawi Island in Malaysia with an extraordinary group of yogis looking to have some fun, relax + delve a little deeper into this magical practice of yoga.
Savasana, perhaps the easiest and the most difficult pose in the Yoga Asana. Our Founder, Amy Leonard King explains "how to" Savasana, explains the benefits and reasons why we consider corpse pose to be one of the most important asana of all.
Our Founder Amy Leonard-King invites you to join us for our Half Mala 54 Sun Salutations Yogathon event for Charity, celebrating International Yoga Day on 21st June 2018 and supporting the Melbourne City Mission.
During a time of the year when our human tendency is to retreat within ourselves, our teacher Lydia shares a few tips to unleash the light within despite the cooler weather.
We choose what we want to see around us, and retraining our brains through a daily practice of gratitude to see the good, great and beautiful will no doubt bring more happiness into our lives – and isn’t that the path that most of us find ourselves on…?