We have a wide range of yoga classes taught by a variety of instructors. Whatever your goals, your experience, or fitness level, we have classes that are right for you. Below is a list of Class Descriptions organised by teacher. At the bottom of the page are descriptions of different Types of Yoga related practices that are covered in workshops and events.
Anyone is welcome to try out any of our classes. It is important to always listen to your own body and, if needed, to adapt the practice by modifying the postures to match an appropriate level of challenge for yourself, particularly when dealing with injuries or health conditions. People who have a good level of fitness often enjoy the mixed level classes even if they are new to yoga.
For a weekly view of our classes please check out our Timetable and you can also see a listing of upcoming Workshops and Events. Use our Online Booking System to sign up for any of our classes or workshops.
Grace Bowker (see bio)
Graceful Flow Gentle/Beginners Yoga
Tuesdays 6:30pm to 7:45pm & Thursdays 6pm to 7:15pm
If you are new to yoga, this class is the perfect way to start your journey into vinyasa flow yoga, movement with breath, with attention to breath, alignment and balance. It is suitable for anyone looking to take it easy, build confidence & restore the body.
A perfect way to end your day, to ease away all your stress and tension.
Graceful Flow Mixed Level Yoga
Tuesdays 8:00pm to 9:15pm & Thursdays 7:30pm to 8:45pm
A mixed level flow class designed for all levels. Moving through the postures with awareness of breath and alignment. Relax the mind and vitalise the body, invite fluid movement of the spine and general well being of the body by easing away all your stress and tension. This class is designed to build on the foundations of the beginners class with variations of the postures and moving into inversions and balances, modifications offered.
Graceful Flow Good Morning Yoga
Wednesdays 10am to 11.10am
The class is appropriate for all levels of yoga, including beginners, encouraging you to explore a variety of postures while focusing on connecting to breath with movement in a safe, non-competitive environment. Classes include relaxation techniques to help you manage everyday stress and set an intention which you can carry into your day.
Jamie Blower (see bio)
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Wednesdays 7:30pm to 8:45pm
Ashtanga Vinyasa heats up the body for maximised physical strengthening and opening of the joints. Offering techniques that will teach you to get off the ground that will give you the same confidence and faith in your arms that you have developed in your legs! Flowing moving asana sequence with breath and great tempo. Jamie will give you knowledge about the entire alignment of the practice and physical adjustments to take your yoga/physical practice to the next level. All levels practice side by side by side, beginner to intermediate.
Jo Davey (see bio)
Beginners Yoga Flow
Mondays 6pm to 7pm
A beginners class which is perfect to introduce you to yoga flow or for if you just want a gentle class. Postures are not too difficult and the focus is on releasing tension and finding ease in the body. Each class starts with breath-work, followed by a sequence of postures and concludes with a deep relaxation. Each student receives individual attention and Each student receives individual attention and modifications where appropriate.
Mondays 7:15pm to 8:30pm
A mixed levels class of flowing postures designed to build strength and flexibility. Ideal for stress relief, to improve general wellbeing, or as a complement to sport. Postures build progressively to allow everyone to work at their own level. Each class concludes with a deep relaxation.
Beginners Morning Yoga
Thursdays 10am to 11am
A warm, welcoming, gentle flow class to get the body moving and steadily build strength and flexibility. This class is suitable for beginners, or those who suffer with stiffness, have injuries or ill health. The class is taught by a qualified prenatal yoga teacher so is also suitable for pregnancy (from 14 weeks).
Postures are not too difficult and the focus is on releasing tension and finding ease in the body. Each class starts with breath-work, followed by a sequence of postures and concludes with a deep relaxation. Each student receives individual attention and modifications where appropriate.
Justin Iles (see bio)
Mindfulness Meditation Class
Sundays 7pm to 8:30pm
A place for like minded people to come together and study the art of meditation. Meditation is an art form and like any skill, time is needed to gain mastery. The untrained mind is said to be like a naughty monkey, swinging from tree to tree; but with a bit of skill and a whole lot of patience the mind will begin to settle and insight will grow. Developing a broad, non-judgemental continuous awareness, learning how to work skilfully with difficult emotions and developing positive mind states such as compassion and equanimity.
Cheng Jie (see bio)
Mondays 9:30am to 10:30am
This class includes a combination of Qi Gong, Tai Chi, meditation, and other related practices. Throughout the class, the theories underlying the practices will be explained to help you learn the purpose of the exercises. You will also look at how various principles of single exercises are linked together into Tai Chi forms. Suitable for all, from beginners to experienced practitioners.
Atmashant Kaur (see bio)
Tuesdays 9:30am to 10:45am
This Kundalini Yoga class offers a dynamic blend of yoga postures and movement, breathing techniques, mantra, music and meditation. Balancing the body and mind enables you to experience the clarity and beauty of your soul. No previous experience of yoga is required as this session is for all Levels. Kundalini Yoga is a yoga for householders, for people who have to cope with the daily challenges and stresses of holding jobs, raising families, and managing businesses. Providing the foundations to cope successfully with the challenges of our times.
Charlotte Lumley (see bio)
Mondays 11am to 12 noon
Wednesdays 1:45pm to 2:45pm
In our busy day to day lives, we rarely get time to simply stop, breath and spend time with only ourselves. In yin yoga that is exactly what we are given the opportunity to do. Through a series of long held deep stretches, and a strong focus on the breath we are given the chance to draw our attention inwards and focus completely on ourselves in the present moment. Through the practice of yin yoga we are able to develop a heightened awareness of the body, breath and mind, while also physically increasing our range of movement. This class is suitable for people of all fitness levels and has a strong emphasis on the meditative side of yoga.
Saturdays 8am to 9am
This is a very gentle Hatha class, with a strong emphasis on the breath; perfect for de-stressing and relaxing as you begin your weekend. The classes involve a series off moderate and gentle poses, with a focus on mindful movement and developing an awareness of the body. This class is suitable for all levels, from complete beginners onwards.
Tuesdays 11am to 12:15pm
A gentle mindful, much slower paced class, with a therapeutic focus. Perfect for anyone looking for a careful and sensitive approach including seniors, people with physical challenges, autoimmune conditions, cancer patients. The classes include gentle yoga postures done with a therapeutic approach that open the joints and safely stretch muscles, while also building strength, breathing and relaxation techniques. If you thought you could never do yoga, this class will work for you. Please feel free to call ahead if you would like to discuss your situation with us before class.
Aga Postola (see bio)
Early Morning Flow Yoga
Fridays 6:30am to 7:30am
This class is a blend of classical Hatha Yoga and energising vinyasa flow, starting gentle and gradually leading to more vigorous practice, warming up body and opening mind to a brand new day. Each session includes chanting (at the beginning and the end of the class), pranayama (breathing practice), asanas (sequence of physical poses) and short meditation or relaxation at the end. Great way to start your day and wonderful time to practise yoga. The class is open to all levels, including beginners.
Stevi Pullen (see bio)
Tuesdays 4.45pm to 5.30pm, Young Mindful Yogis age 6-12 years (approximately)
Tuesdays 4pm to 4.30pm, Mini Mindful Yogis age 3-5 years (approximately, with adults)
In every class we use imagination, story, adventure, we want our young yogis to dream big! We believe through yoga, your child will develop confidence and the ability to express themselves physically, creatively and emotionally, and be their own unique selves. Yoga has so many benefits for all ages- non-competitive atmosphere, mindful movement, breathing and relaxation and is so much fun for children and adults to take part in together. Instil in your children a life long love of yoga and the yogic life.
Liz Underwood (see bio)
Fridays 9:45 to 11am
Wednesdays 6 to 7:15pm
A simple movement method that targets chronically tight muscles and is regarded as the missing link in long term muscular pain management. This mindful practice which is suitable for all abilities, especially those with limited range of movement, re-establishes the brain/muscle connection and helps to re-set (relax) muscle length. A typical class focuses first on relaxing the muscles in the centre of the body, (low back, waist and abdomen), which when tight, affects the peripheral parts (neck, head, shoulders, arms, hips and legs).
Sian Toop (see bio)
Gentle Kripalu Yoga
Mondays 1:45pm to 2:45pm
Kripalu is a gentle hatha yoga practice with a compassionate approach and emphasis on meditation, physical healing and spiritual transformation that overflows from the yoga mat into daily life. It incorporates a variety of standing and floor postures to create a living experience of the connection between mind and body.
Mother and Baby Yoga
Fridays 1pm to 2pm
This class is for mums and babies from six weeks to pre-walkers. It will include energising and restorative asana, pranayama and mantra, to help restore strength and stability both physically and energetically. The classes incorporate music, songs and movements with your baby that are uplifting and fun. It is an opportunity for you to receive relaxation and respite from this hectic time in motherhood, or time to focus on both yourself and your baby with no distractions. Classes are very relaxed and fluid, focusing on the needs of the babies and mums on the day.
Types of Yoga & Other Practices
Vinyasa classes include instruction on breath, movement and alignment building into variations of sun salutation, standing and balancing poses, sequencing postures into a flowing dance (vinyasa). Closing with a mixture of floor poses, inversions and deep relaxation.
Jivamukti is a physical, ethical, and spiritual practice, combining a vigorous hatha yoga, vinyasa-based physical style with adherence to five central tenets: shastra (scripture), bhakti (devotion), ahimsa (nonviolence, non-harming), nāda (music), and dhyana (meditation).
These gentle classes focuses on improving movement, not on postures or making shapes with the body.
Beginning with Somatics to unwind tension from the centre of the body and Rhythmic Movements to gently energise and finally, Therapeutic Yoga to improve range of movement at the spine, shoulders and hips. This combination of Intelligent Movement creates more ease and joy, less tension, strain and pain. Leaving you with a sense of feeling lighter, mentally, physically and emotionally.
These classes are suitable for all abilities including pregnancy (from 14 weeks).
The pace of life is fast and our minds move fast as well, leading to over stimulation of the nervous system. This can result in feeling easily overwhelmed and tired with your mind racing leading to illness and health problems. Restorative yoga is a completely supported yoga practice, there is no muscular contraction involved inviting the body to be gently relaxed and stretched, gently removing tension. You use bolster cushions, blankets and blocks to hold you in floor based postures (we provide all the equipment except the blanket).
Practicing restorative Yoga is a great help to anyone who is chronically ill, or recovering from injuries. It's also great for anyone to enjoy some rest and relaxation of mind and body and bring more balance into their lives.
Yoga Nidra is a wonderful practice, it requires nothing of you, but to lie down, get comfortable and be still. It is beneficial for everyone and can be done at the end of physical movement or your yoga practice or as a stand alone experience, typically lasting for 20 to 45 minutes.
Yoga Nidra differs from meditation, where your mind stays focused allowing for thoughts, emotions and images to come and go. This is known as the Waking state. Yoga Nidra moves past the chatter of the Waking state and the fantasy of the Dreaming state, to go into Deep Sleep, yet remaining awake.
Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice, combining alert awareness with full relaxation, connecting with your deep consciousness, whilst healing the body.