There are many reasons to start your day with a yoga class.
Yoga can help improve your breathing and focus throughout the day. The calmness created during a yoga session plays a significant part in relieving stress and anxiety. It also improves balance, posture and flexibility.
There’s no more idyllic space to practice yoga than outdoors amongst the lush green landscapes of the Brookwater’s Dress Circle estate.
Brookwater’s Dress Circle is one of south-east Queensland’s most desirable lifestyle residential locations.
Set within the Greg Norman-designed golf course, Brookwater’s Dress Circle is just 35 minutes from the Brisbane CBD.
Brookwater Dress Circle residents have access to free Yoga on the Green classes twice weekly. The classes not only offer a chance to ground yourself and connect with nature, but also the opportunity to meet your neighbours and possibly forge lifelong friendships with like-minded people.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, there’s tranquillity aplenty at Brookwater, clean air to breathe, and an abundance of green space to explore.
Brookwater has a plethora of walking and running trails, some feel like you are discovering an untouched part of the world. The trails hug the perimeter of the residential estate and offer an intimate up-close-and-personal view of some amazing flora and fauna.
Hidden in the canopies of the eucalypts and iron bark trees you will see koalas, kangaroos, kookaburras, and if you are lucky a goanna or two.
“You can walk in bushland every day – as we do most days with the kids,’’ resident Adam Atherton said.
“And every day you can see koalas, kangaroos and even a goanna. And yet everything you need, is so close.’’
All houses in the Dress Circle are within a three-wood of the stunning world-class 18-hole golf course.
Legendary Australian golfer Greg Norman and Bob Harrison designed the par-72 championship course which opened in 2002 and ever since has been rated among Australia’s best courses. The course has a true Australian feel – undulating terrain, sloping putting surfaces and cavernous bunkers – so don’t be surprised to see a few kangaroos bounding down the fairway during your round.
Amanda Wallace has just bought land at Brookwater’s Dress Circle and is starting out on the building process.
“My daughter Grace, 15, is a real outdoors person,’’ Amanda said. “She can’t wait to move to Brookwater. I’m really looking forward to our mum and daughter golf days. What an amazing place to learn how to play golf.”
Brookwater also has four flood lite championship tennis courts which residents can use at any time free of charge for social or competitive tennis with neighbours or friends. Speaking of tennis playing neighbours, world women’s number one player – Ash Barty – is one of our residents.
Landscape gardeners are constantly working in the Dress Circle area to make sure everything is superbly manicured and looking its best to host the many community events.
There are regular outdoor film nights plus fun events like community Easter Egg hunts, Halloween nights and Christmas gatherings.