Peace in Movement

Deep Listening

Rowan Cobelli


Classes | Trainings | 1-2-1 Sessions



“To Let the meeting within yourself be sincere, restful and with love.”

I’m in love with the infinite possibilities available in each shape.  Most of my early yoga was spent meeting asana (postures) with too much speed, too much agenda, too much certainty of where i’m going and how to get there.

Now I rest with the body needing to be nowhere in particular, as I see now that all that was an avoidance of my Self.  When practice moves from search to celebration the whole nature of the yoga, movement and relationship to life shifts, not driven by ‘what the body can do for me, to ‘what does the body need’ and how to serve that, just thankful that it works so well and is an avenue for so much wonderful experience.  There is still the background of learning, past experience and refined strategies.  However these strategies are now offered as invitations rather than directions to see if the body in that moment agrees or not.

The gift of following its timing is a huge amount of mental space, connection and availability to the quality of oceanic fluidity, and the gift of a beautiful paradox.  The recognition of a process in the body and mind within the no need for any particular outcome, as its happening in the space where form doesn’t touch.

Living Yoga in Life


Restoration | Meditation | Movement

The beauty of no agenda


“To provide the environment to meet”

Through exploration and the guidance of inspirational teachers I am sharing a variety of angles from which to approach Yoga. Integrating yoga philosophy as a way of moving; the pace, tempo and quality of attention creates the environment for the student’s own depth and inner well-being to be experienced.

Using anatomical orientation as a base, a door is opened to the subtle, where our relationship to practice takes a whole new direction and experience. Through guidance students develop a quality of movement that contains reverence, a willingness to look, and a freshness to explore from the familiar to the unknown.

Yoga is something that amazes me and continues to open my eyes to many beautiful insights into life, the mind and its relationships.  My main training has come through the Integral Yoga School with Swami Satchidananda and for the last 10 years have immerced into the approach of ‘Satsang’ or ‘The direct Path with many amazing modern current day teachers.  Practicing for 25 years and teaching full time for 20, I am now offering yoga from a variety of perspectives.  Through my own exploration, and the insightful way Integral Yoga brings all aspects of Yoga and Yoga Philosophy into the actual mechanics of movement, I teach how to blend many skills and depths into a way of moving.

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