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Discover 'A Little Ray of Yoga' with Holly Kilgower at the Port Albert Hall

If you’re seeking a serene and rejuvenating way to start or end your day, look no further than ‘A Little Ray of Yoga’ with Holly Kilgower at the Port Albert Hall.

Holly, our local 27-year-old Hatha yoga instructor, who brings her passion and expertise to our charming town, offering classes that cater to both beginners and intermediates.

Meet Holly Kilgower

Holly Kilgower has been a dedicated yoga teacher for three years, having trained at the renowned Byron Bay Yoga Centre.

Her journey into yoga teaching began with a two-week intensive course that set the foundation for her future aspirations.

Holly always envisioned bringing the benefits of yoga to her hometown, enriching the local community with wonderful activities that promote well-being.

The Essence of Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga, the style Holly specialises in, is all about balancing the body and mind.

The word 'Hatha' itself is derived from the Sanskrit words 'Ha' (sun) and 'Tha' (moon), symbolising the union of opposites.

This practice involves slower, more static postures, focusing on deliberate movements and breath control to achieve harmony within oneself.

Holly’s classes are designed to help you find that balance, offering a peaceful space where you can reconnect with your inner self.

Holly’s Yoga Journey

Holly's journey into yoga began long before she became a teacher.

Attending local classes regularly and eventually went on a transformative yoga retreat with her mother. This retreat was a pivotal moment, inspiring Holly to pursue a career in yoga teaching.

Holly deeply values the spiritual connection yoga offers, allowing her to explore her true self and helping others do the same.


Creating a Welcoming Space at Port Albert

Holly is passionate about creating a non-judgmental environment where people can fully surrender and find solace.

Understanding the importance of mental health and aims to provide a sanctuary where individuals can breathe, let go, and find tranquillity amidst the chaos of daily life.

Teaching yoga fills Holly with joy and a sense of fulfillment, as she sees the positive impact it has on her clients and the broader community.

Yoga Benefits for All Ages

‘A Little Ray of Yoga’ welcomes everyone, from young children to the elderly.

Younger participants often embrace the spiritual aspects of yoga while enjoying the physical benefits.

Older attendees benefit from improved mobility and the sense of belonging to a diverse and supportive community.

Holly’s classes are tailored to meet the needs of all ages and skill levels, ensuring that everyone can experience the transformative power of yoga.

More Than Just a Yoga Teacher

In addition to her role as a yoga instructor, Holly is a talented graphic designer and signwriter.

Holly balances her full-time job with her passion for yoga, bringing creativity and dedication to everything she does. Living in the Port Albert area her entire life and holds a deep appreciation for its stunning beaches, ports, farmland, and rainforests.

The tranquil surroundings of Port Albert provide the perfect backdrop for her ‘A Little Ray of Yoga’ classes, enhancing the overall experience.

Join The Next Yoga Class

Experience the magic of ‘A Little Ray of Yoga’ with Holly Kilgower at Port Albert Hall.

Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or just starting your journey,

Holly’s classes offer a nurturing environment to explore the benefits of yoga for your mind, body, and spirit.

Stay active, connect with like-minded individuals, and find a moment of peace in your busy life. We look forward to welcoming you to our community.

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Time & Cost:

Tuesday 6pm - 7:15pm

Thursday 6:30am - 7:45am

$15 a casual class

$135 for a 10 class pass


How to Book: 

Contact Holly 0498 180 891

or send a message to our Instagram or Facebook page alittlerayofyoga


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