Class Descriptions

Classes include yoga postures (asanas), with breathing to build deeper awareness and brings harmony and good health to body and mind. Develop strength, flexibility, balance, concentration, and breath control. Beginners friendly and suitable for all levels.

Hatha Basics
For beginners or those revisiting the basics. Learn basic poses, alignment, conscious breathing and how to relax.

Vinyasa Flow
Dynamic flowing movement from pose to pose utilizing the breath and sun salutations between poses. These active classes geared towards those looking for a stronger movement-based practice and assumes some yoga experience.

Bhakti Flow
Emphasizes integrating vinyasa flow yoga with the heart-opening practices of Bhakti Yoga including singing, music, storytelling, poetry, and creative movement.

Develop and Deepen
A mindful, slow-flow hatha class designed for practitioners who wish to strengthen and develop their asana practice as a means to move deeper along their yogic journey. Class typically focuses on building towards one pose, taught within a philosophical framework or theme.

Family Yoga
Kids aged 3-8 years and their families practice yoga together. This class will build on many of the poses and sequences introduced in Meg's parent/toddler classes but is open to children and their families of any experience level. Yoga sequences and principles will be introduced with songs and games in a fun, family-friendly atmosphere.

Gayatri Chanting
Every Sunday morning we chant a sacred mantra 108 times to bless the studio space, students of all levels are invited to learn the mantra and chant with us. Steven will give a tutorial at 8.30am with written mantra cards, chanting begins 8.45am.

Gentle Hatha
A class for individuals with either physical challenges, overcoming injuries, or those looking for slower pace. Modifications are given to suit your needs so that you find comfort in each yoga pose.

Parent and Toddler
Yoga for young children and their caregivers that is a creative mix of yoga poses. Class will involve singing, chanting, games, and fun for both kids and adults. Class is for toddlers (strong walkers to 3 years).

Prenatal Yoga
A practice created for the evolving needs of the prenatal student. Safely increase flexibility and strength while relaxing the mind and body. Yoga postures, breath work and meditation are all used as tools to support women through the challenges of pregnancy.

Postnatal/Mom and Baby Yoga
Yoga centered and focused on the needs of motherhood. This class focuses on strengthening and releasing the body while incorporating songs, movement and play for babies. Suited for 6 weeks through crawlers.

Raja Yoga
All levels vinyasa flow/postures, breath techniques finishing with meditation. Each class brings an inner meditative experience with minimal alignment cues and a philosophical theme woven throughout.

Restoring Hatha
Take time to relax with gentle movement and restorative postures that utilize props in a supportive environment for total relaxation. Each class will include 4-6 poses held for a longer period of time, often ending with yoga nidra, a state of deep relaxation.

Strengthen and Lengthen
Strengthen and Lengthen offers a balance between strength building and deep stretching. Expect core exercises to help build and maintain a strong powerhouse, poses to increase muscle strength and stability, and deep stretching poses to lengthen muscles and sustain flexibility.

Sunrise Flow
An invigorating and awakening morning flow practice moving with the breath.

Sunrise Raja
Energizing all levels vinyasa flow with controlled breathing and ending in meditation. Each class brings an inner meditative experience. Suitable for all levels

Yoga Nidra In Flow
Quiet and introspective class with iRest Yoga Nidra at the heart of the practice. Explore movement of the body through the senses as well as breathing exercises and lying meditation. Suitable for all levels.

Yin Yoga
Focuses on deep passive stretching of the fascia, slowing the body holding poses for three to five minutes per yin pose while calming the mind. It's a perfect complement to a more physical practice. Yin yoga can be challenging, inspiring and awakening.