Yoga Corner Melbourne CBD Founder + Teacher Amy Leonard-King shares this simple, beginner-level six-minute guided meditation to help you find some quiet and space in your day. Try it at home, on public transport or at work.Read More
De-stress and take your body to the calm side with this short restorative yoga practice guided by YC Founder Amy Leonard-King designed to help you ground, re-centre and relax the deep muscles of your core.
In this episode, Amy talks through cues to help you feel safe, comfortable and strong in your Virabhadrasana B (Warrior 2).Read More
Amy guides you through a relaxing 15 minute Yoga Nidra that you can do at anytime, anywhere.Read More
Can't get in to the studio? No worries, we understand, life can sometimes get in the way!
To help you kick-start a daily practice, be guided by Amy in this simple 30 minute sequence in the comfort of your home, or even when you’re on the road…Enjoy!Read More
Take your Yoga practice to a new height with this short + simple Sama Vritti Pranayama exercise guided by our founder Amy Leonard-King, that will in just a few minutes help to calm + stabilise the mind.Read More
For many, finding optimum placement of hips, pelvis and shoulders for your body in Warrior 1 can be challenging.
In this edition of YC Insights, Amy talks you through how to find YOUR alignment in this standing asana, giving you a taste of what to expect at her upcoming workshop on physical, energetic and subtle alignment.Read More
In this 10-minute guided meditation with YC Founder Amy Leonard-King, you will work through the channels of the seven main energy centres in the body, known as the Chakras. Find balance and connection within each of these portals that give so much meaning and significance to how we are living our lives.
Have you ever wondered how technology is affecting your happiness levels? I recently tasked myself with a ‘Digital Detox’, as I had to take a deeper look. So, I set myself some ground rules for minimising my use of technology - in particular banning social media - for a few days, to see what might unfold…Read More
I have always been a dreamer. Ever since I was a little girl, I remember dreaming of far off places and fanciful existences. Escapism really is an art, and it wasn’t until fairly recently that I began to navigate the difference between dreaming of what might bring me happiness, and the practice of being happy.Read More
As I find myself in this new life called motherhood, it shows up my previous lives of corporate work + solopreneur-ing in terms of what ‘busy’ looks like. I have thus been contemplating that a lot of talk around Yoga is about how great it is (don’t worry, I’m not countering that!), and not so much on how hard it is.Read More
And so, we find that there is a place for all types and forms of practice, and that although daily is best, that we also sometimes need a boost, a refresher, and time to really dive deep and fill ourselves all the way up again…Read More
I was sitting in a large, basic studio space with 70 other aspiring yogis in the heat of Summer in Australia, waiting on our teacher for the weekend’s immersion to arrive…Read More