We have a number of different class styles to try, so you can find the yoga that works for you. This information should help you make the right choice, but please do speak with us if you have any questions. The class levels are indicated by colours as shown below.
Intermediate to advanced classes (Ashtanga Vinyasa experience required – ask your instructor)
Classes include sun salutations and strong standing poses
All levels classes
Kids yoga classes
Ashtanga Primary Series – A traditional practice as offered by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois of Mysore, India, composed of a fixed series of postures linked by vinyasa (flowing connecting movements). Designed to realign the spine, cleanse and tone the body, and cultivate focus. This is a strong class that includes inversions. Note: Ashtanga and Moon Days.
Ashtanga Half Primary – Be guided through the first half of the Ashtanga Primary Series and the finishing sequence. A good preparation for the Ashtanga Primary series. Note: Ashtanga and Moon Days.
Ashtanga Level II (Sunday mornings) – This practice is based on the Ashtanga Primary Series and also includes some Second Series poses. It will work through the classical poses, sun salutations and standing poses, and will also include arm balances, back bends, inversions and twists. Come explore this strong, healing practice in a safe and nurturing environment.
Ashtanga Fusion – A warming practice of poses, linked by the breath, that strengthen and open the body. Includes sun salutations, strong standing poses, and breath work based on the Ashtanga Primary Series.
Hot Ashtanga Fusion – A hot practice consisting of poses linked by breath that strengthen and open the body. Includes sun salutations, strong standing poses, and work on the mat. A flow based on the Ashtanga Primary Series. The room is heated using infrared heaters to approximately 33 degrees. A hot, strong practice.
Harmony Flow – Flow through a gently warming sequence, creatively designed to develop strength, flexibility and balance, and to connect you to your body, breath and heart. Sun salutations, standing and balancing postures, seated poses, and a grounding closing sequence.
Warm Harmony Flow – A warm practice consisting of poses linked by breath that strengthen and open the body. Includes sun salutations, strong standing poses, and work on the mat. A flow based on the Ashtanga Primary Series. The room is heated using infrared heaters to approximately 28 degrees. A warm, strong practice.
Yin/Yang – Through a balanced blend of strengthening flowing movement and opening, grounding stillness, this practice’s intention is to cultivate stability and mobility, awareness and balance.
Yinlicious is a Yin-inspired class with a practice of long-held poses in a warm room. In this slightly more challenging series of Yin poses, particularly hip openers, we will explore physical and mental edges as we dip into Taoist philosophy and astrological cycles, to reach a deeper understanding of our divine self.
Core, Hips and Hammies – Create space in the hip joints, lengthen and strengthen the hamstrings, and build core strength. A perfect class for runners, cyclists, gardeners, hikers, and office workers! This class offers detailed alignment instructions and uses the breath and mind to work through poses that will create space and opening in your body. Accessible to all levels.
Lunch Flow – Introduces you to flowing through poses while staying connected with your breath. All levels.
Happy Hips – An exploration and mindful movement of the hip bones of the pelvis and related muscles (psoas) and bones which can create discomfort in our bodies through our “sitting nature”. Open up to the possibility of ease and release of the deeper “holding” places within you. “A little more hippy, a little more happy, it’s a slow dance for happy hips.” — Happy Hipster, Allen
Mysore Practice – Self-guided studio time. A teacher is present to answer questions and perform alignment adjustments. Students are invited to practice at their own pace. The room is open for a set amount of time and you are welcome to enter and exit as you please. Open to everyone. Note: Ashtanga and Moon Days.
Somatic Yoga – Somatic yoga is not a different style of yoga, but rather a movement therapy: a way of re-educating the way our brain senses and moves the muscles. Small, slow and gentle movements are used to re-educate the brain to allow changes in our habitual patterns, so that tight and restricted areas of the body relax and move more functionally.
Yin – A quiet, inward practice focused on the connective tissues of the body. Each pose is held for 3-5+ minutes using props. Time allows the body to enter a state of deep relaxation and encourages increased flexibility. A class for all levels.
Gentle Yoga – This one hour midday class is wonderful for beginners. Learn to connect with your breath and your body. Brighten your day.
Chair Yoga – A chair provides students with a safe foundation from which to explore the many benefits of yoga postures, breathing and mindfulness meditation. Chair yoga helps students to develop strength and flexibility within their present range of motion and ability.
Gentle Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation – Using gentle yoga to open the body in preparation for a meditation practice, releasing tension so that we can come into a place of stillness. Followed by a guided meditation where we learn to be in the present moment and tune into our own ability to relax and work towards balance.
Kids Yoga (3-5 years & 5-9 years) – Yoga movement, stories, songs and games will be used to facilitate individual development for each child. This class will foster creativity, imagination and joyful expression. There will also be an element of breath work to help children learn to relax themselves, this will help to boost self esteem, personal development and self confidence.