Class Styles

You don’t need to be able to pull your feet over your head to attend our classes. We believe that yoga is for everyone and all abilities and experience levels are welcomed at every class. Our qualified teachers will tailor the class to suit injuries and individual needs so please don’t be afraid to have a chat to the teacher before class.

Hot Power

Need a good workout? Power yoga is an athletic form of yoga, incorporating vigorous, flowing movement with breath. Power yoga is a true low impact cardiovascular workout. Poses encourage the building of internal heat, increased strength, flexibility, and stamina. We heat our room to 32°c and is an ideal way to flush toxins from your body, improve flexibility and melt calories.

Don’t be put off by the word Power, all abilities are catered for.

For more information about hot yoga click HERE.

Stretch and Flow

This vinyasa style class focuses on flowing movement with breath, with sequences that strengthen, lengthen and relax our muscles. This is a great class if you want to slow down a bit, are a beginner, or just want a little bit longer savasanah!


Nothing will be strong with a weak foundation, and the same applies to your yoga practice. Beginners will gain understanding on yoga basics and how to correctly perform poses to ensure a strong ongoing practice.

And because learning never ends experienced yogis benefit from ‘checking in’ with our instructors, maximising their yoga practice.

Yin / Restorative / Relax

We all need to balance body, mind and rejuvenate. Yin / Restorative / Relax practises floor based poses, held for longer periods with the aid of props. Focusing on breath as we hold these poses, activates our parasympathetic nervous system to bring balance to our bodies, mind and spirit.

This class strengthens our breath control, relaxes our minds and is a must in today’s overstimulating environment.

Mums to Be

Pregnancy yoga is one of the most nourishing and gentle ways to care for yourself and your un-born baby during pregnancy. In our 4 week block we explore safe stretches, meditation and breathing techniques to help you connect with yourself, your child, and to prepare your for the labour ahead.

This class is suitable for beginners through to advanced yogis, and can be attended after the first trimester. Please call ahead to complete a telephone interview.


Congratulations Mum! Practising yoga following the birth of your baby can help to create hormonal and emotional balances in your body. By practising poses that have been modified specially for the recovering mum it helps to strengthen your pelvic floor, abdomen, legs, back as well as releasing tension in your neck, shoulders and arms.

This class is suitable for beginners and for women who are 6 weeks postpartum for a vaginal birth and 8 weeks postpartum for a Cesarean section. Women are encouraged to attend to their baby as often as they need to, however this is not a mums and bubs class. This is a class focusing primarily on mum’s health and happiness.

Mums and Bubs

This is the class to do with your baby. Our Mums n’ Bubs classes are designed to safely guide you through poses suitable for the recovering mum and beyond. We offer poses that not only strengthen your body, but will assist in your baby’s muscle strength and development.

This class is centred on the health and happiness of the caregiver and the child. Caregivers are encouraged to attend to their baby’s needs as often as they need to. Suitable for babies aged 6 weeks to active crawling. Mums must be 6 weeks postpartum for a vaginal birth, and 8 weeks postpartum for a Cesarean section.