​​Yoga classes and Yoga Teacher Training

in the Ulladulla, Milton, Mollymook area

0438 143979



Welcome to Yoga classes and Yoga Teacher Training at Dolphin Point

Initially many yoga students are drawn to yoga for the physical application of yoga poses and the many health benefits on our body. 

Yoga Dolphin Point Ulladulla has regular Yoga Teacher Training Australia

By combining the flow of the posture sequences with breath awareness

we work on the nervous system and as a result we discover mental and emotional changes

and we find a sense of happiness and self reliant contentment.  

It is that BODY MIND CONNECTION that brings about the

PROFOUND SENSE OF WELLBEING that really is the benefit of yoga in our modern lives.​

Beautiful private beachside yoga studio for weekly yoga classes and teacher training.

Yoga with Himani

Monday 9:30am & 5:30pm

Tuesday                 5:30pm

Thursday 9:30am & 5:30pm

Friday     9:30am

phone 0438143979  yogahimani@gmail.com

Vinyasa Yoga class at Dolphin Point, Ulladulla, NSW 2539

​Yoga Teacher Training Australia

Yoga Dolphin Point Ulladulla

If you would like to join us online

please email to yogahimani@gmail.com 

The Vinyasa style Yoga

synchronises breath and movement through flowing sequences of postures,

cultivating breath awareness,

physical wellbeing and inner stillness.

Yoga Dolphin Point Ulladulla has regular yoga teacher training Australia

"Remember that yoga is a practice of observing yourself without judgement.

However beautifully we carry out an asana (posture), however flexible our body may be, if we do not achieve the integration of body, breath and mind we can hardly claim that what we are doing is yoga.

What is yoga after all?  It is something that we experience inside, deep within our being. Yoga is not an external experience. In yoga we try in every action to be as attentive as possible to everything we do. Yoga is different from dance or theatre. In yoga we are not creating something for others to look at. As we perform the various asanas we observe  what we are doing and how we are doing it. We do it only for ourselves. We are both,observer and what is observed at the same time."                         T.K.V. Desikacha                                                                                                                         

 Yoga Teacher Training Australia at Yoga Dolphin Point Ulladulla