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Live 1:1 Online Yoga Classes

Yoga classes in Australia by Kiya learning are carried out 1: 1 online at Zoom and Google Meet. We currently have batches on both weekdays and weekends. All of our trainers are expert and experienced who interactively teach yoga. Yoga for children can start from the age of four. We teach progressive asanas based on the child’s current fitness level. All of our yoga sessions are specially designed for children, and the asanas are safe and very effective.

You will see improvements in fitness soon. Yoga can often help a child improve energy levels, increase growth rate and weight management, and manage stress and anxiety. Join the best yoga classes in Australia now to see a difference!

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Research Benefits of Kiya Learning Online Yoga
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Improves your flexibility

Improved flexibility is one of the first and most obvious benefits of yoga. During your first class, you likely won't touch your toes whether you're doing a backbend. But if you stay here you will notice a gradual relaxation and later on impossible poses will become possible.

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Builds muscle strength

Strong muscles are more than just looking good. It also protects us from conditions like arthritis and back pain and prevents the elderly from falling. And as you build strength through yoga, you balance it with flexibility.

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Perfect your posture

Your head is like a bowling ball - bag, round and heavy. When you are balancing directly on a straight spine, your neck and back muscles don't need a lot of work to support them. However, move it forward a few inches and you will begin to strain the muscles.

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Protects your spine

Discs - those that absorb impacts between vertebrae that can break and compress the nerves - are excited to move. This is the only way they can feed themselves. Having a balanced asana can help keep your hard drives abundant.

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Yoga Asanas
• 170 classical yoga asanas
• Teach 84 classical poses and 21 basic classical Hatha Yoga poses in precise detail, as well as the Sun salutation
• Important pointers on teaching a Yoga class
• The basic structure of a Yoga class
• Yoga asana variations for beginners and elementary levels
• Kids Yoga
• Yoga for pregnant women
Pranayama
• Abdominal breathing
• Full Yogic breath
• Anulom Vilom
• 8 advanced pranayama
Bandhas and Kriyas
• 3 Bandhas: Jalandhara, Moola, Uddiyana
• Shat kriyas: Jala and Sutra neti, Nauli, Dhauti, Basti Tratak, Kapalabhat
Meditation
• What is meditation
• Meditation vs Concentration
• Why meditate
• Guide to proper meditation
• Different methods and steps to meditation
• What are mantras
• Mantra initiation and chanting
The four paths of yoga
Raja Yoga
• Bhakti Yoga
• Karma Yoga
• Jnana Yoga
Kundalini Yoga
• Kundalini Yoga
• Awakening of the Kundalini shakti
• Common obstacles in the path of Kundalini awakening
• 3 Main nadis: Ida, Pingla, Sushumna
• Seven chakras
Yoga Philosophy
• Aim and meaning of Yoga
• 5 Principles of yogic practice
• 4 Paths of Yoga
• 8 Limbs of Raja Yoga
• 7 Stages of awareness
• 3 Gunas – Sattva, Rajas, Tamas
• Maya, Prakriti, Brahman, Avidya
• Atman, Parmataman, Jiva
• 3 Bodies; physical, astral, spiritual
• Working of the mind
• 5 Major and 5 minor pranas
Anatomy and Physiology
• 8 Main body systems
• Spine and its common disorders
• Difference between yoga and other physical exercises
• Injury prevention and cures
• Alignments, adjustments & modifications
• Yoga as therapy
Diet and Nutrition
• What is Ayurveda
• Yogic diet
• Effect of diet, nutrition and lifestyle on body and mind
• Body types and suitable diets