Due to the COVID -19 virus Be Centered Yoga have suspended their classes from March 2020
All clients will be contacted in due course when classes reopen.
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Yoga is a journey of the self, through the self, to the self
The Bhagavad Gita
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15 Ferguson Rd
Be Centered Yoga
Bec Abram began Be Centered 3 years ago after she had completed her yoga teacher training. She is currently teaching various classes across the Bellarine. Her teaching style is to encourage each student/practitioner to create a relationship with themselves by connecting movement with breath on that day. Bec believes no two days are the same and that people need to give themselves time to come to the mat to breathe consciously and nourish themselves. Bec also believes
yoga is much more than a physical practice and loves to incorporate chanting into her yoga practice.
Yoga combines movement, breathing and simple meditation to promote health and relaxation. Breathing techniques help to focus and prepare your mind for the next step of meditation. By designing physical poses and Breathing Techniques that develop awareness of our body, Yoga helps us focus and relieves us from our everyday stress.
Be Centered Yoga offers three types of yoga, Yin, Hatha (Slow Flow) and Vinyasa.
A practice of bringing conscious awareness to the postures or asanas through the connection of breath. Due to the fluid nature of the poses, Vinyasa can be compared to a dance. This class will build heat, strength, endurance and flexibility. All levels welcome.
Slower and gentler than Vinyasa Flow, with longer holds and slower transitions. Great for beginners and more advanced students looking to deepen their practice.
Yin is the perfect partner to our yang practice (Vinyasa, Jivamukti, Power). Yin involves long deep holds to target deeper release and state of mind. With increased energy flow, our breath can flow freely, which brings about health, healing, stress reduction, and flexibility of the body and mind.