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Iyengar Yoga at the Busselton Yoga Centre with Lara Favelle

on February 16, 2015

I am most grateful to Iyengar teacher, Lara Favelle, for moving to my part of the world… Lara has established the Busselton Yoga Centre (BYC) in Busselton, Western Australia. Busselton is 220km (2.5 hr) South of Perth, the capital city of WA. Busselton is also a short drive from Dunsborough (20 mins), and Margaret River (35 mins)

029As mentioned in earlier posts, my first yoga lesson was Iyengar based, and though throughout the years I have practised, and benefitted from, many styles of yoga I find myself drawn back to the Iyengar method. Access to an Iyengar teacher has not always been easily available near to where I live, hence my gratitude to Lara being located only a 52km (40 min) drive from my home in Bunbury.

027BYC is situated in a spacious, light, commercial unit. The studio is equipped with ropes, bolsters, mats, blocks, pads, straps, blankets and several back benders. There are black and white photos of Mr Iyengar in various – inspirational – asana, dotted around the studio walls.

024I have been attending Lara’s classes for around 12 months. Classes are delivered for three levels of asana practise, ie Beginner, Developing, and Established students. Lara currently takes 8 classes/week. Private consultations are also available on request. Classes may be paid for on a term, 5 class pass, or casual basis – payment may be made via the internet or at the studio.

Each term (usually 10 weeks) has a theme, eg hip opening, back bends. I enjoy this themed approach to classes, and see and feel myself “moving forward” throughout the 10 week period.

I love Lara’s teaching style – she teaches with humour, patience, passion, and kindness. I feel uplifted when I enter the BYC studio, see Lara, and practice with other Iyengar students – and I float out the door after class. Thanks Lara!

Busselton Yoga Centre
Unit E5 | 115 Strelly Street
Busselton WA 6280
M 0422294687
E tocontactlara@gmail.com

South West Western Australia has a plethora of things to do…

The South West of Western Australia has much to offer both locals and visitors. For example, beautiful beaches – for swimming, surfing, or skiing; wineries; restaurants; galleries; walking trails; fishing; diving; whale watching… to name only a few of the highlights of this region.

A few of my favourite things to do are: take a stroll on the 1.8km long Busselton Jetty, spend a chillaxed weekend in Augusta, enjoy a meal at Samudra in Dunsborough, listen to live music on a Sunday afternoon at Caves House Hotel in Yallingup

Anyone visiting this area is spoilt for choice of what to do and see.

Love and Light
Namaste

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One response to “Iyengar Yoga at the Busselton Yoga Centre with Lara Favelle

  1. Lara Favelle says:

    Thank you Valerie, I love having you in the centre and being apart of the positive energy we are trying to create in this world.

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