Get fit with yoga class

Annie McGhee will be starting weekly yoga classes at Evans Head from February 14. Photo Contributed
Annie McGhee will be starting weekly yoga classes at Evans Head from February 14. Photo Contributed Contributed

IS YOUR new year resolution to get fit and flexible?

A new yoga class starting up at the Evans Head Recreational Hall will be hosted by Annie McGhee, owner and teacher of The Yoga Space in Lismore, may be just what you need. The classes will run between 6.30 am and 8am every Tuesday.

All equipment is provided and people of all ages are invited to assist. The only requirement is to wear comfortable clothing and also to check with Annie on 0435064593, as limited numbers are available.

Ms McGhee is a certified yoga instructor through The Australasian Yoga Institute, and has studied yoga for over thirty years. She also holds more than 500 hours of registered yoga accreditation. She explained that her classes were suitable for all levels, with an emphasis on mindfulness, attention to breathing and correct alignment. She specialises in knowledge of the body and providing personalised adjustments.

Classes are delivered using props to help achieve certain goals and to allow the body to stretch, strengthen, deepen and relax in specific poses. In these classes there will be numerous specifically designed yoga props which everyone can use. In addition to her regular classes in Lismore and now Evans Head, Annie hosts workshops, retreats, private and group sessions in the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane. She can also be contacted in theyoghaspacelismore@

If you have or know of a business starting up in the Lower Richmond area, let us introduce them to our readers. Contact the editor at rivertowntimes@ or phone 0413 986068.

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