Our Philosophy

We believe that open-hearted joy is a natural state that most of us yearn to feel more often.

Our work invites you to experience the innocence of simple connection with each other, connection with our own bodies and connection with our shared local places. It’s about building trust in ourselves, each other and Life itself.

Our main mediums are:



Opening to other perspectives. Tapping into the innocence of a child and trying out some unworn paths with a light, positive spirit. Reconnecting with the visceral body. 



Offering fun, safe and joyful ways to engage with life and each other. Meeting people where they are at. Opening our hearts to shared experience. Honouring our local environments.



Engaging our full embodiment in this most beautiful and healing form of spontaneous expression – in communion with each other. Releasing the ‘inner-crazy’ in a safe and fun setting.





The 8 Limbs of Happy Yoga


1. Grooveyama

Feeling the Groove. Life’s deepest vibrations can be felt in the pelvic region – and life really wants to dance and be enjoyed! Feeling the rhythm of life in your body from head to toe. Groove is in the heart . . . Viva Le’Disco!


2. Dododumi

Exploring our animal instincts and seeing things from a non-human perspective. Our primal native self deeply knows life’s natural rhythms. . . . Grrrr!



Fashioning your reality! Making the choice to be happy. Colouring the world. Showing your gifts to the world, strutting your stuff on Life’s catwalk. Being the source of happiness. Desire everything and needing nothing.


4. Pyjamahara

Playing like a child. Laughing like a Lama. Embracing the absurd. Freedom and creativity. The curiosity of the beginners mind. Asking simple questions, and letting the inner child out to play.


5. Assananda

Expelling your waste and dealing with your “stuff”. Grounding. Facing Reality. Garbage in = garbage out. Letting go of that which does not serve you.


6. Coochi-coochi

Touching and feeling your way! Breaking down physical boundaries. Touch activism. Connecting with others. Listening with your body. Stillness. Responsiveness and mindfulness.


7. Dalimo

Finding your ‘Dali Mo’. De-cool and re-soul yourself. Cultivating the eccentric self with character, soul and charisma. Seeing things from a new perspective. The abstract and surreal realms. 


8. Yummi

Gratitude. Saying ‘Yes’ to everything. We are all one, and all is Yum! Universal delight. Choosing what shows up. Loving what is – only always. Laughing in adversity. Radical inclusion. There is no mistake!



Check out the Happy Yoga Poster here



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