top of page

Our Classes

Cranioga classes are a form of restorative yoga helping to re-access the awareness of subtle expressions in the body. Gentle stimulation, postural balancing, breath-work, neurogenic release, pran-ayama and accessing the body’s embryonic intelligence are key aspects of the class which promote and encourage a sense of embodiment, rather than dissociation

Embodied Non-Doing practice is a unique class providing a shift in perspective moving towards sensing the essence of ourselves and others. Uniquely this approach to contacting another is free from judgement, agenda and expectation, yet the resulting body adjustment and balancing can be profound

Guided S.A.S Training 
Stillness and Stretching

Yoga Therapy class

More focused class tailored to suit the specific requirements of the individuals joining

Restorative Yoga

Cranioga (Restorative Form of Yoga)

Venue.     :  Pomona School of Arts Hall

Location :  7/9 Reserve St, Pomona

Date         :  Alternate Thursday & Sundays **

Time         :  10am – 11.45am

Cost         :  AUD25

Requirements: Props provided 

No food for 2 hours prior to class will provide most benefit


Embodied Non-Doing (END) Practice
SMALL GROUP CLASS (10 people max)

Venue.     :  Barefoot Physio & Cranio Clinic,

Location :  Cooran

Date         :  By arrangement

Time         :  8am-12.30pm

Cost          :  AUD85


Small group (10 people).

Immersing into the essence of biodynamic craniosacral therapy by practicing the subtler aspects of Yoga, placing emphasis the often mis-understood pranayama limb of yoga practice to help understand the quality of internal stillness - pratyahara.

This is then followed by learning how to contact another with respectful verbal and non-verbal communication and progressing by learning how to provide embodied, safe and acknowledging touch.


Requirements: Booking prior to event


             Incorporating whole body felt-sense postures, breath-work, neurogenic release, pran-ayama, awareness of embryonic expressions and felt-sense insight

              - Whole body felt-sense postures  are specific postural alignments which help to evoke an internal sense of wholeness and relaxation

               - Breath-work is a method of regulating the breath to help increase awareness of an embodied felt-sense/sensitivity and the willingness to let go of restrictive patterns of experience.


              - Neurogenic release is an automatic 'waking up' of the body, which takes over from the breath-work where the body is no longer ruled by subconscious reactive tendencies.

              - Pran-ayama is awareness of the natural breath, i.e. without intentional control, and the body's subtler sensations (such as temperature, touch of breath etc) are unveiled.

              - Embryonic intelligence is the subtle internal body expression free from protective/restrictive patterns of experience.

              - Felt-sense insight is the realisation that the 'original body' is a very subtle expression, often overshadowed by tendencies, intentions and expectations. When this is realised another way of relating to circumstance unfolds. This is a flow of connection beyond the constraints of fear and fragmentation. In other words it is an antidote to any limitations we have been coerced into believing, both consciously and subconsciously.

No lasting antidote will be found for fragmentation by incorporating the opposite to something. For instance by gravitating to something we like in favour to that we do not like, which may be useful from a practical point of view, but the deep yearning for a sense of satisfactoriness will continue. In other words by suppressing the negative in favour of the positive will merely bury its subconscious shadow. Whereas 'wholistic' felt-sense insight (not born from the duality of analysis) shines a light (non-preferential awareness) which has no opposite, and therefore no subconscious tendency or impression is left in its wake.  


So, Cranioga begins with intention (desire to change something), it then transitions to attention, and develops to awareness without intention (insight). Some call this last phase embodied non-doing…the ‘END’ (which is far from a psychologic conclusion) where potency is able to express itself.  

END Practice

Embodied non-doing (E.N.D) mornings run from 8am until 12.30pm at my private clinic in Cooran.


There are 3 parts to the morning as follows:

1) Tissue/organ/gland opening postures & gentle breath-work

2) Experiential awareness exercise uncovering the calm vitalising nature of stillness


* 1/2 hour social chai & home made organic cake sharing


3) Guided hands on relational touch session, sharing & swap

Followed by group feedback, which is often very interesting as those involved often access another way of communicating which requires a restructuring of the words we commonly use in order to explain it.


"Resourcing, reconnecting and reintegrating" are the words shared most frequently in the general feedback following the morning classes we ran last year. This and other feedback has inspired us to continue to offer regular classes which expand upon the E.N.D theme this coming year. Class will be limited to 12 people. However, if you wish to attend, and the class is full, then we will ask whether you would like to be put on the list to join in on one of the classes running in 2022.


Guided S.A.S Training

Stillness and Stretching 6pm until 7.30pm every Tuesday 

20 minutes settling into the dynamic stillness of the body followed by relevant postural stretches to help promote the expression of health in specific areas of the body, such as the hips, liver, diaphragm etc.

This is then followed by a further 20 minutes settling into the body by exploring the shifts and changes promoted by the postural stretches. 

The class will then have the choice of staying for a group discussion and cup of tea or going home.

Small group Yoga Therapy class

More focused class tailored to suit the specific requirements of the individuals joining.

The class will usually have a theme such as optimising lower back function, alleviating sleep disorders, digestive issues, chronic pain etc

bottom of page