Yoga gets Trudy back on her feet

FEEL GOOD: Trudy Vains from Yoga with Trudy reminds us to practice self love. Photo/Supplied.
FEEL GOOD: Trudy Vains from Yoga with Trudy reminds us to practice self love. Photo/Supplied.

TRUDY Vains of Yoga with Trudy has come a long way in just over a year. Her business, opened fifteen months ago, has moved to a larger studio to accommodate her growing classes. But she says that she has come even further in the past five years.

"I had a physical disability. My doctor told me that yoga was the only way I'd get out of a wheelchair.

"Getting that movement and trust within my body meant that I was able to get out of my wheelchair," she says.

She has since completed her 350 hour Yoga Teaching Training certificate and a 250 hour Prenatal and Postnatal post graduate diploma through the International Yoga Teacher Association.

She now specialises in Mums and Bubs Yoga and Pregnancy Yoga classes.

"You get to stretch and tone at the same time and be with other pregnant women," she says.

"We have more space now and all of the yoga needs are supplied," she says.

"You can pay by the session which is $15 per class or a weekly pass which is four classes per week for $30 and no joining fees."

Yoga with Trudy is now located at Shop 1, Heritage Shopping Village in Burpengary.

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