Our Classes

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic we have temporarily moved all of our classes to an online format so you can continue to practice in the safety and comfort of your own home

Class Times - Starting January 2021
All classes must be booked in advance
All classes are recorded and can be viewed for 72hrs post practice

Day Time Class Description Class Location
Tues 19:15 (45 minutes) Energetic Yoga Flow Online through Zoom© - Click here to book
Wed 18:30 (1hr) Pregnancy Yoga* Online through Zoom© - Click here to book
Please contact us before booking
Thurs 19:00 (45 minutes) Beginners Yoga Online through Zoom©- Click here to book
**(Recording can be viewed for 6 days post practice)
Thurs 20:00 (45 minutes) Gentle, Slow & Relaxing Flow Online through Zoom© - Click here to book
Fri 18:00 (30 minutes) Mobility & Recovery Flow Online through Zoom© - Click here to book
Sun 09:30 (1hr) Strong & Steady Yoga Online through Zoom© - Click here to book
**(Recording can be viewed for 6 days post practice)

Class Descriptions

Energetic Yoga Flow (Vinyasa Yoga)

This style of yoga is often quite dynamic, which requires the mind to stay focused in the present to be able to keep up. Focusing keeps you from drifting off and helps you to be present in your body rather than stuck in your head. Much like Pilates, our Vinyasa Yoga classes focus on building core strength and muscle flexibility. However, Vinyasa Yoga also works to build joint flexibility along with mental focus and endurance. Vinyasa Yoga is all about continuous movement and breath. The practice itself is like a moving meditation. The pace can vary and there is no one particular sequence that teachers follow, so if you tried a Vinyasa class and didn’t like it, try another!

Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga has so many benefits for all expectant mothers and will give you the opportunity to connect with other expectant mothers. Pregnancy yoga combines movement, breath-work and meditation to help you prepare physically, mentally and emotionally for pregnancy, labour, birth and those amazing first few months that will follow

Beginners Yoga

This class starts you off at the very beginning, helping you to gain confidence in your yoga practice. Bringing you through the basics of yoga movement, breath work and meditation. The Beginners Yoga series will help you to adapt poses & positions to suit your body on any given day.

Gentle, Slow & Relaxing Flow

This is a slow and gentle moving class to ease you into a peaceful nights rest. Enjoy time for yourself to unwind and reset your body with some slow and gentle movements, deep stretching and long relaxation.

Mobility & Recovery Flow

This class will flow through specific mobility work for all the major joints as we also ease our bodies into some deep stretching for flexibility and recovery. This class will help with range of motion, reduce chance of injury and allow your body to recover faster.

Strong & Steady Yoga (Hatha Yoga)

Hatha yoga is known, nowadays, as the yoga for the physical body. The Sanskrit term haṭha refers to “forceful” or “strong”. This refers to the powerful transformational techniques of Hatha and the results it forced to happen. Hatha today usually is a slowly-paced class, consisting of asanas. It does not have the flow one might find in Anusara or Vinyasa but its a great place to start if you are new to yoga or to advance or deepen your practice. You get the time and space to become familiar with yoga poses and relaxation techniques. A Hatha Yoga class would most likely include asanas, breathing techniques and meditation. The practice of Hatha historically, was used to prepare the body for extreme and prolonged meditation so it is designed to release tension and stress in body and mind. Hatha Yoga is the basis for all contemporary, physical yoga practices.

Pranayama - Breath Practice

All of our classes begin with a Pranayama Breath Practice. Pranayama uses the breath to direct and expand the flow of prana through energy channels in our bodies - called the nadis. While attention to the breath is a central part of any yoga practice, Pranayama involves specific breathing exercises that can be practiced on their own, or as part of a Hatha yoga (physical yoga) practice. The guiding principle behind Pranayama is that we all hold physical or emotional blocks in our bodies which inhibit the flow of breath and of prana - life energy. This can leave us feeling unwell and “stuck” or blocked physically and emotionally. By practicing Pranayama (and asana) we are clearing these blocks so breath and prana can flow freely, our bodies can then function properly and our minds can become calmer and clearer.

Yoga for Sports Teams

If you are a coach, manager or member of a sports team and would like to begin a team yoga class we can design a specific program for the needs of your team based around desired outcome and current point in your season. Team discounts are available, please see our Sports Yoga section for more information