Follow my yoga quest at home and on the road…

Summer yoga at the Hospice of Mother Tara

on January 31, 2013

I am most fortunate, and grateful, to have a Buddhist Centre – The Hospice of Mother Tara – in the town where I live http://www.hmt.org.au/.

Amongst other things, HoMT offers Hatha Yoga classes – these classes are aligned with the school term. They also offer additional summer yoga classes, ie outside of the school term. This year I signed up for classes on 14, 21 and 28 January. I have only managed to attend one of these classes on the 14th of January as I was unavailable, or out of town, for the other two.

One of the teachers is Fran Rowley. I have been attending classes with Fran for 5 years. She is a calm, lovely person. When I return home from travelling, it is a wonderful, peaceful, experience to enter the Gompa and enjoy a class with Fran.



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