Class Info

All our styles of yoga explained.
  • Bookings are essential to ensure you do not miss out
  • Mats are provided – it is recommended that you bring you own to place over the top of ours.
  • If you have any health concerns or injuries please advise your teacher before the class.
  • It is best not to eat anything heavy for at least 2-4 hours prior to class.
  • Bring a hand towel as well as a towel for your mat.

Foundation Flow

Hatha yoga style classes comprised of static postures that are held for several breaths and slow vinyasa flow, as well as breathing techniques and meditation.  Back to basics classes provide students with lots of instruction regarding safe and correct alignment of postures as well as hands-on assistance which will enable participants to gain the maximum benefits and progress to more challenging classes in a safe and encouraging way. It is suitable for beginners and intermediate practitioners.

Slow Flow Classes

Slow Flow Yoga classes are conducted in a heated room and are comprised of slow flowing vinyasa, rhythmically sequenced postures, static postures, breathing and meditation. You will be challenged with long holds that develop awareness, stamina, strength, breath control and further refine alignment and correct practice techniques to assist you in gaining the maximum safe benefit from your practice. This is a class that is designed to dramatically increase your stamina, strength and flexibility.

Flow Classes

Flow Yoga classes are comprised of flowing vinyasa, rhythmically sequenced postures, static postures, breathing and meditation. You will be challenged with a dynamic and fast-paced flowing class designed to build cardiovascular endurance, mindful movement, mental acuity as well as flexibility and strength.

Flow and Restore

Flow and Restore is a delicious combination of the yin postures seamlessly combined with elements of Slow Flow and other complementary practices such as Myofascial Release. A perfect balance of Yin and Yang.

Yin Classes

In our Yin classes the pace is slowed right down, the focus is on doing one pose at a time and holding each pose for a few minutes. This allows you to relax, release tension and move deeply into the poses, something that is very much missing from our everyday lives.

You are encouraged to turn your attention inward and turn your practice into a moving meditation.

The aim of Yin classes is to increase overall health and flexibility by maintaining or increasing joint range of motion, releasing tension, improving circulation and repairing damaged fascia. It is the perfect and essential balance to our very active lifestyles (Yang) and serves to help re-balance the body’s energy and calm the mind. It is accessible to anyone of any age regardless of yoga experience.


Restorative Yoga is focused on the healing aspects of your practice, encouraging the body to engage the parasympathetic nervous system, commonly referred to as our rest and restore mode, bringing the mind to stillness, and balancing the more subtle energetic bodies.

Restorative yoga is great if you are recovering from injuries, are physically restricted or want a gentler, softer class.

Restorative uses lots of props, bolsters, blankets, straps & blocks to fully support the body, so is accessible to any body shape or injury.

Heated Yoga Room

All our classes are conducted in a warm room heated by radiant, infra red heating panels, to 27 to 29 degrees. This radiant (sun like) heat ensures the body is warm and open, making practice easier. It helps to prevent injuries, improves circulation of blood and lymph and promotes perspiration which assists in detoxification.

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