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Live streaming Membership and Yoga On Demand

Sue’s Live-streaming Yoga and Yoga on Demand 24/7

Sue’s teaching is Ayurvedic Yoga which employs aspects of all the yoga depending upon level, temperament and constitution of the individual to aid in their healing, right lifestyle and spiritual development.  

As Ayurveda encourages you to rise 45 minutes before the sunrise these livestreaming classes are at 5.45am each week morning and a  perfect way to begin your day.  This time of the morning is called Brahma Muhurta.  The fact is when you wake up early in the morning, before sunrise, the predominant dosha according to time is Vata.  Vata is powerful and an active dosha.  You can perform your activities with more energy if you wake up at Vata period of the day.  But if you are waking up late, the next dosha cycle of the day is Kapha.  Kapha is generally in slow pace, and you will have a feeling of heaviness if you wake up in the Kapha period of the day.  Also, the morning environment is generally one of peace and serenity.


Also as Yin Yoga is important to keep the joint and connective tissue healthy by increasing circulation in the joints and improve flexibility there are 2 Yin Classes live streamed Monday and Wednesday Evenings at 5.45pm.  Note there is no Live streamed classes on Public holidays

 The Benefits of doing Yoga at Home

-You have nowhere to travel to, therefore no excuses you didn’t get your yoga practice in for the day! 


-You can practice in your time, your space.  Without the need to arrive at the studio at any certain time, online yoga allows you to select the time of the day that suits you to practice…


-You experience a deeper connection and there is no need to hurry home.  You can stay longer in savasana’s


-Home allows you to be in absolute Comfort.  You can even wear your P.J’s if you want to!


-The classes on demand offers you choice- You can Pick from a class that best suits how you feel for the day.


Whatever way you look at it, online classes give you freedom and flexibility, with the added benefit of not needing to rush out the door, find a parking spot, call a babysitter, or worry about your yoga attire may look like!

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What you need to create a Yoga Sanctuary at home

  1. De-clutter

  2. Choose calm colours

  3. Set the mood with lighting

  4. Accessorize with intension

  5. You will need internet connection

  6. If you have a big screen this will be best

  7. Invest in a bolster, two blocks and blanket

What to expect from the classes?

In these live streaming classes Sue will share Yoga Postures, breathing exercises and Ayurveda’s emphasis on meditation.


Ayurveda recommends asanas as its most important lifestyle recommendation for exercise.  It also prescribes asanas as an important treatment measure for various diseases.  Half of Ayurvedic treatment is what goes in the body, which is mainly food.  The other half is what the body does by way of expression, which is mainly exercise.  Asana deals with this.  Asana and food therefore are the two most important physical treatment measures in Ayurveda.  On the level of Prana, herbs [ often found in your kitchen cupboard ] are the food and pranayama is the exercise.  For these to work properly, the foundation of right posture and right diet in the physical body are necessary.

The yoga postures treat all diseases but are rarely a complete treatment in themselves.  Asanas are to release tension at a deep level from tissues, organs and joints to keep the body in the best possible health.  Provide specific positions and movements designed to strengthen and stretch the musculature to effectively move the body away from small pains and illnesses back to perfect and normal balance.  They keep the spinal column subtle in order to create the optimal flow of energy through the nerves that enervate the organ and glandular system.  And, perhaps most importantly, they begin a systematic cleansing of the tissues preparing the body for more advanced yogic practices. 


Breathing exercises.  Yoga teachers us how to master prana [our life force].  In the classes you will learn simple breathing exercises, named [Pranayama] in Sanskrit to help purify and energise your body and mind to prepare for meditation practice.

Meditation is the essential and culminating practice of the greater system of Yoga. Of the eight limbs of yoga, the three inner aspects – dharana [concentration], dhyana [meditation] and samadhi [absorption]- refer specifically to the practice of meditation. Ayurveda as mind-body medicine promotes meditation as one of its main therapies.  Much of Ayurveda’s popularity comes from its emphasis on meditation and related techniques of mantra and pranayama.

What you will need to do to set up for live-streaming classes and Yoga on Demand 24/7

  • Once you have purchased the membership

  • Please send Sue a friend request to Join the 8 Limb Yoga Tribe FB Group facebook.com/sue.deakin.39/

  • Sue will then be notified and then add you to the 8 Limb Yoga Tribe FB group

All classes stay on the FB page so you can do the classes on Demand whenever you chose.