YOGA, it's great for the mind, body and soul.
The benefits of this physical activity are endless if practiced correctly.
To ensure Yoga is performed correctly CQU will host a five-week beginner's course which is open to the public.
"Anyone interested in yoga is welcome to come and learn the art of this activity," instructor Muriel Strahm said.
"We will cover all of the basics from the correct breathing methods to poses.
"They will be small classes so that everyone will be given attention."
The classes will run Wednesdays and Fridays and will cost $100 for the five weeks.
Two time slots will be available each day with one class from 1pm-2pm and the other from 5pm-6pm.
"With people learning the correct form of yoga we are hoping to see more people attend our classes," she said.
"Through the knowledge of breathing and poses participating in yoga will become and enjoyable activity."
From February 4 Saturday morning classes will be available from the Marina Stage from 7.45am til 8.45am.
These are also open to the public.
Yoga is proving popular with Yoga Master Teacher Nicky Knoff visiting the city again in March for a five-day yoga teacher training course.