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Our mission is to enhance clients lives by providing invigorating & rejuvenating yoga classes. We aim to help students explore their own yoga and the journey that it is, in a welcoming atmosphere for people of all ages & fitness levels.


Yogamotion offers a range of yoga classes that can assist with your wellbeing & general fitness as well as helping with pain management, stress, anxiety & insomnia. Our classes are accessible to all levels and ages.

What is Japanese Yoga?

Yoga – working with Zen Shiatsu Meridians

Japanese Yoga is different to other forms of yoga in that it works with the breath in a specific way during the postures to achieve therapeutic results. This style of yoga works with the same meridians in the body as accupuncture and zen shiatsu. This means it works with the organs in the body at a much deeper and therapeutic level.

Why do Yoga?

Japanese Therapy Yoga is tailored to the individual’s needs. It can be used to assist with a number of conditions such as sports injuries, back pain, high blood pressure, insomnia, anxiety, panic disorder, digestive issues, endometriosis etc. Japanese Yoga is a great overall approach to general health and fitness.

What is Buteyko Breathing and how can it help me?

The Buteyko method or Buteyko Breathing Technique is a form of physical therapy that proposes the use of breathing exercises for various health conditions such as asthma, other respiratory conditions, anxiety, and insomnia.

Buteyko breathing uses minimal breathing volume in an optimal way to reset breathing to normal levels.

Some of the Healthy Effects of Buteyko Breathing on the Body:

  • Vastly reduces symptoms of Asthma & other Respiratory conditions
  • Controls Breathing Rate
  • Balances CO2 Levels In Lungs
  • Boosts Metabolism
  • Boosts Immune System
  • Improves Sleep Quality
  • Reduces Anxiety & Arrests Panic Attacks


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