This class is for the young and the not so young, for men and for women. It is for those students who are new to yoga or who want a class that includes gentle stretching postures, breathing and relaxation.

Judy Morgan helps you to begin your journey to good health and a greater quality of life through the practice of yoga.

This class is for those students who have practiced yoga in the introductory class or have already attended other yoga classes; it includes:

  • stronger postures
  • breathing practices
  • relaxation, and
  • introduction to meditation

Judy Morgan conducts the classes where you learn to create balance and harmony in your practice.

The over 50’s who are new to yoga are gently guided through the Introduction to Yoga classes to learn to:

  • stretch
  • gain flexibility
  • strength
  • breathe correctly, and
  • relax

Many of these students join the general class after attending a term of introduction to yoga and enjoy the challenge physically and mentally, while others prefer to stay in the introductory class. The students benefit greatly from Judy Morgan’s many years of teaching experience.


Introducing some of the all 70 years plus in age from the Senior’s yoga class.

All have achieved improvement in mobility, joint stiffness, muscle weakness, circulation, balance and strength.

Their listening skills, self confidence, ability to relax and breath correctly have also improved greatly.


Are you tired of the daily grind? Grab a stressed friend or partner and make your way to a one day seminar with Judy Morgan that will leave you BOTH feeling great!

Get empowered with:

  • Strategies for coping with stress
  • Deep Relaxation
  • Meditation
  • Time Management
  • Creating Inner Peace and Harmony
  • Self Esteem and Confidence

Through the practice of deep relaxation, positive affirmations and breathing practices, students learn to deal with stressful situations, create balance in life, maintain mental clarity, enhancing overall energy, reducing physical, mental and emotional tension.

Laughter yoga was developed in Mumbai, India in 1995 by Dr.Madam Kataria, a qualified medical doctor and his wife Madhuri, a yoga teacher. Dr. Kataria recognised that people were laughing less, more stressed and less playful, and that laughter had significant health benefits. Laughter yoga is being taught in 65 different countries and there are many laughter clubs.

Laughter Yoga is a group session of aerobic activity which turns fake laughter into real laughter. It consists of hand clapping rhythms, breathing exercises from yoga, and playful laughter exercises. The brain cannot differentiate between fake laughter and genuine laughter, and provides benefits of laughter.

In a group, laughter becomes contagious and the participants gain the benefits, which are well researched.


  • Reduces stress and tension
  • Provides aerobic exercise and increases oxygen supply to the brain
  • Releases endorphins which help us feel good
  • Burns calories and stabilises blood sugar
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Lowers blood pressure and produces a feeling of relaxation and wellbeing

Laughter contributes to our resilience – the ability to bounce back from daily stress.

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