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Therapeutic & Healing Classes

Suitable for those looking for a slower practice. Perhaps you are recovering from an injury, want to reduce stress and anxiety, improve sleep or restore a calming balance to the body

Relax & Restore – Tuesday 6:40pm / Weekend Wind Down (Candlelit) – Friday 6:00pm

Monthly Yoga Nidra – once a month – Monday 8pm (contact us for specific dates)


Beginners & Technique Classes

Suitable for those beginning their Yoga journey and who want to understand the asanas and postures in more detail – at a slower pace – as well as those wanting to improve strength and flexibility and to understand the connection between the mind and body

Beginners – Monday 6:50pm / Thursday 6:50pm

Improver & Progressive Classes

For those with a little experience who want to move a little more and move on from the basics. These classes add a little more challenge, whilst still being slow enough to work at your own pace

Perfect Start – Monday 9:30am / Wake Up – Thursday 10:00am

Active, Challenge & Change Classes

For those some experience and want to take their workouts to the next level. Here you will be challenged with a more active class to build strength, stamina and flexibility

Flow – Tuesday 7:45pm / Weekend Wake Up – Saturday 10am

Pregnancy & Postnatal – If you are pregnant, or less than 7 weeks post-natal, we ask that you do not attend our general yoga and Pilates classes. Not all of our instructors are trained in this area and we are unable to guarantee the attention and modifications that your class or practice may need. Please do not ask us to make an exception! If you are more than 14 weeks into your pregnancy you are welcome to join one our specialist pregnancy classes.

Beginners – Interested in yoga, but unsure where to start? Think that you need to be able to touch your toes to be attend? Not at all! All levels are welcome; but this class is especially appropriate for beginners.
In this class, you will explore some of the basic postures and breathing techniques that make up the practice of Hatha yoga. You will learn about the basics of proper alignment and technique.
This class is based on physical postures (asanas), deep breathing, mindfulness and listening to the body.
No yoga experience necessary, simply bring a willingness to move and play!

Relax & Restore – In this class you will be taken through each Yoga pose (asana) slowly and mindfully; the transitions from pose to the next is like one long slow graceful dance.
Build a stronger body while releasing tension and flow your way into a more blissful state! Learn about deepening your breath and how it anchors you in your body, helping you to live more in the present moment. Suitable for beginners with little or no yoga experience however the most experience yoga practitioner will also be challenged as sometimes less is more.

Weekend Wind Down – A class structured to help you unwind, destress and reset after a long, hectic Week.

A soothing, restorative class lit by candlelight, with focus on mind-body awareness. We include deep breathing, seated and reclined poses, and end with deep relaxation and meditation. We use props to support the body and give you the tools you need to quiet the mind.

Flow – Looking for more of a workout from your Yoga Class? In this class, you will flow (move) from one pose to the next without stopping to talk about the finer points of each pose. This way, you’ll leave the studio having had a good workout as well as a yoga experience. You might know this class by other names such as flow yoga, flow-style yoga, dynamic yoga or vinyasa flow. However it’s named, this style of class is usually influenced by ashtanga yoga.
If you’re new to yoga, it’s a good idea to take a few classes in a slower style of yoga first to get a feel for the poses.

Wake Up– Start your day the right way, with purpose and intent, with Wake Up Yoga! Build strength, energy and awareness first thing in the morning and you’ll be flying-high (and smiling at strangers) all day long. Yay!

Thursdays – enough energy to last for the rest of the week (Grow level)

Saturdays – be prepared to work for your late breakfast! (Active level)

Yoga Nidra – or yogic sleep as it is commonly known, is an immensely powerful meditation technique, and one of the easiest yoga practices to develop and maintain.

You don’t need to be able to do anything – apart from lying on the floor for 45mins! Yoga Nidra promotes deep rest and relaxation that isn’t found in your average meditation practice.

The stages of body scan and breath awareness alone can be practiced to calm the nervous system, leading to less stress and better health.