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Surrounded by stories of the past, we’ll dive into some of yoga philosophy’s greatest stories and myths – while moving through a slow, juicy asana class. From Arjuna’s dilemma on the battlefields of The Bhagavad Gita, to the great leap of faith taken by Hanuman, these stories are varied, rich in symbolism and unravel some of life’s deepest contemplations.
Whether you’re interested in stories, philosophy, or simply a physical yoga practice, this event is a rare opportunity to move, breathe and flow in a beautiful, iconic space. Suitable for both beginners and experienced yogis alike - everyone is welcome at Yoga in the Library. Please BYO yoga mat and water bottle.
Rachael Coopes is a yoga teacher, Play School presenter, and storyteller. Her heart lies in the act of “creating”, across many forms, sharing stories and yoga philosophy in a playful, authentic and meaningful way. Over the past decade, she's shared the movement and philosophy of yoga with urban yogis, explored the incredible stories of young people in remote NT, and used the creative to inspire and educate leaders in the corporate space. She has completed over 800 hours of certification under the guidance of Jessica Stickler as well as the 300 hour Jivamukti, 200 hour Samadhi and 30 hour Samadhi Prenatal Teacher Trainings. Recently she completed the Maty Ezraty 100 Hour The Heart of a Teacher Yoga Teacher Training.