Retreat at Glenbarr Homestead

We invite you to join us at our long awaited Weekend Residential Yoga Retreat “Find Focus – Begin with the Breath” exploring the connection between body, mind & soul hosted by Sunila Vig, Charlton Lane & Jacqui Dobrilla (Qualified Hatha Yoga Teachers) at Glenbarr Homestead, Strathalbyn 04 – 06 November 2011

A tranquil and picturesque setting in which to enjoy yoga classes, meditation sessions, a chanting (kirtan) evening, delicious (and nutritious!) freshly prepared vegetarian meals, as well as free time to simply relax and unwind. centre your body, still your mind, nurture your soul…

For further details or to receive an Information Pack please contact Jacqui Dobrilla on (08) 8536 2804, email or visit our website. Register your interest now – numbers are limited!


Mantra chanting class


Soham offers Mantra chanting and basics of Sanskrit and the Devnagari script. The next class if 18th august and you can get in touch with me for bookings and prices. Its early days and I am going class by class for now. At the end of the class we set a day and time for the next class.


Let,s dwell on the Breath awhile, together and yet solitary..
The one companion from start of life to the end…..

Meditate at Soham on Thursday mornings from 10.00 to 11.00 am, starting May 05, 2011. We will enjoy all the bounty that mindfulness brings us through various styles, all converging at the one point – this breath, and no more.

Beginners Course at the Yoga Space- Prospect


I will be teaching an eight week Beginners Yoga Course at the Yoga Space – Prospect Road. The 75 minute classes begin tommorrow, 9th of March at 8.15 pm and will run every wednesday after that for eight weeks.

The classes will see a gradual progression from simple asanas, breathwork towards advanced asana practise and  a growing awareness of the body, the breath and what the unity of the two can bring about for you in daily life.

Om Shri Gurubhyo Namaha Harihi Om

Releasing the power of sound – workshop


7:00pm to 9.00pm

Please allow sufficient time to be ready for a 7.00pm start


Event Details

This is what the Yoga spirit studios has to say about the workshop :

In this workshop, Sunila Vig will help participants pronounce and understand the ancient sounds of Sanskrit, the language of yoga and of the prayerful chants and shlokas. Growing up in a traditional Indian family, Sunila absorbed the practice of mantra, bhajan and shloka from a very young age. She will explain how to pronounce the Sanskrit terms correctly, and lead us in traditional chanting, a Divine way to spend a Friday evening. Suitable for all levels.

Fullness Mantra

Aum Poornamadaha, Poornamidam
Poornaatpoornamu Dachyate
Poornasya Poornamaadaaya
Poornamevava Shishyate

That ( the Supreme) Is Full
This ( the Being) Is Also Full
This Fullness Came From That Fullness
And Though This Fullness Came From That Fullness
That Fullness Remains Forever Full

What else is happening at Soham Yoga

I have been taking Soham yoga to the Funlife fitness gym for the last 6 months or so. It was interesting to watch myself wonder if I should teach any differently since the venue was a gym. Should I close the sessions with my customary 3 Aums and 3 Shanti’s. However I ran the first session just like I usually run a Yoga session, replete with internal awareness and using the breath as the main referance point, mantra chanting every now and again, my deep relaxation technique and closing as I usually do. The participants said they enjoyed the session and so I have continued to run the sessions in my natural style.
Class timings right now are Tuesday 8 pm to 9 pm and Saturday 2.30 pm to 3.30 pm

March 21, 2011 will see me start teaching at the Yoga Spirit Studio, Torrensville, Monday evening 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm.

April 8, 2011 I have been asked to run a 2 hour workshop at the Yoga Spirit Studio 7 pm to 9 pm on ” The Power of Mantra”. This will be an introduction to Sanskrit pronunciation and the Devnagari script, the different phonetics of the above from the English language, pronunciation of common Mantras/ Shlokas and other Sanskrit terms that would be useful for a Yoga enthusiast ending with chanting together.

Aum Shri Gurubhyo Namaha Hari Aum

Previous Older Entries Next Newer Entries