Class intensity levels are indicative of the pace of the class rather than the level of the class as all levels of ability/experience are welcome (except Yoga Basics which is specifically for beginners). Options to add on/deepen and pull back/modify postures will be given in all classes:
Low Intensity: The pace of the class is gentle. Expect your heart beat to speed up a little and your body to heat up but not to the point of sweating. Rest & modify as needed.
Medium Intensity: The pace of the class is moderate, i.e. somewhere in between a fast-moving, sweaty practice and a gentle, slow flow. Rest & modify as needed.
High Intensity: The pace is fast and flowing and at times with longer holds in challenging poses – be prepared to sweat! Rest & modify as needed.
Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic, strong practice originating in India. This traditional style of yoga is the practice that gave birth to modern day Power & Vinyasa Style Yoga, ie our Yoga Flow classes derive from this practice. It is a SET sequence which uses breath control techniques and subtle use of bandhas (muscular/energy locks) to flow from one posture to the next. Regular practice tones and cleanses the body, stills the mind and promotes great strength and fitness. Ashtanga Yoga is traditionally divided into 6 series of set sequences. This 90-minute led class includes standing flowing sequences, core work and finishes off with backbends, inversions and a closing meditation (covering over half of the primary series).
The class is led by YTT 500 hour qualified teachers who are also dedicated Ashtanga yoga practitioners.
Yoga Flow is a vinyasa-style class suitable for beginner level to intermediate level practitioners who want to experience a fun, flowing sequence that will clear the mind and strengthen the body. Taught at a medium intensity, our Yoga Flow classes incorporate yoga poses that are accessible for anyone who steps on the mat! – We are always offering options to either scale back/modify in order to ease off in poses or to deepen and intensify poses. Link mind to movement through your breath and get ready to experience an invigorating class that will leave you feeling calmer, stronger and more flexible!
Yoga Flow is taught to empower you on and off the mat. Everything you get in this Baptiste inspired class is accessible for the modern-day lifestyle. Baptiste Yoga ‘de-mystifies’ the yoga practice and makes it more inviting for people in all walks of life in an inspiring but fun and light setting.
This slower paced class will create balance and a subtle strength in your body as we place an emphasis on the hips, legs, shoulders and initiating deep stretch in the muscles surrounding them. Unlock tightness whilst you lengthen, tone and dissolve tightness from your body. We will break down poses and you will learn safe form and alignment for each posture.
This class is primarily designed to restore the body back to optimal energy levels with long holds supported by blankets, bolsters and other props, allowing muscles to release and relax as you calm the body and mind with breathing techniques, guided meditation, readings and relaxation with music or in complete silence. The use of props allows each pose to become effortlessly passive instead of active. Restorative yoga is a perfect class for relieving mental and physical stress and fatigue.
Please Note: This is a structured 8-week course where each session builds upon the previous one. At the start of each session we will do a brief recap of the previous session. Missed classes can’t be made up for in terms of content but if cancelled in time, students may use their credit to book in for any other class on schedule during the current term.
Our YogaBasics Beginner Series Course is aimed at beginners seeking to establish a safe, solid foundation for their yoga practice (or more experienced students seeking to revisit foundations). Over an 8-week period, in a methodical manner you will be taught the most common physical postures and be introduced to other aspects of yoga including breath techniques, simple meditation practices and a basic overview of yoga history and philosophy. The course is based on Ashtanga yoga tradition with influences from Iyengar yoga. Postures are divided into Levels 1 & 2 and instruction will focus on: alignment, safely transitioning in and out of each pose, contraindications and benefits, and introduction to gentler and stronger options for each pose.
Using a variety of props (including bolsters, blocks, straps and walls) to help gradually develop flexibility, increase strength and stamina, and most of all, your confidence and enthusiasm, the course will offer a workshop-style approach and include one or two flow-style classes covering the postures we have learned.
YogaBasics is a perfect class for beginners seeking to establish a safe, solid foundation in a slower paced class with longer holds or more experienced students seeking to revisit foundations. This class is based on Ashtanga yoga tradition with influences from Iyengar yoga and is often, but not always, delivered as a flow class.
Using a variety of props (including bolsters, blocks, straps and walls) to help gradually develop flexibility, increase strength and stamina, and most of all, your confidence and enthusiasm, the class is alignment focused and sequences range from gentle restorative to dynamic vinyasa.
Students will also be gradually introduced to all eight limbs of yoga over time including breath techniques, simple meditation practices, relaxation and yogic philosophies, which are woven into the classes.
Yoga is a fun and imaginative way to safely harness a child’s natural boundless energy and exercise the body, calm the mind and develop important physical and social skills in a supportive, non-competitive environment.
Using games, stories, songs, relaxation, visualization, meditation, breathing techniques and a magic bag full of imaginative props, children learn to relax and have fun while they develop strength, coordination, flexibility, balance, body awareness, mental focus/concentration, peace & calm, resilience, respect for their bodies, other people and the environment around them, positive thinking and self-confidence!
Led by qualified Rainbow Kids trained yoga instructors, our Kids Yoga classes are open to Primary School age children, ages 5-12.
If your child does not fall within the recommended age bracket/school year, don’t worry – we are flexible! The age/school year grouping is only a guide and your child is still warmly welcome to attend the class if they enjoy it! The best way to know is to give it a go. If you are unsure please don’t hesitate to contact us first for a friendly chat before dropping or booking in.
Incorporating gentle body movement, experience the present moment, spaciousness and a rediscovery of the body and how to regulate it.
In collaboration with Frontline Yoga Inc classes area delivered in a trauma-sensitive way to enhance mental and physical strength and resilience for frontline workers (such as Police, Paramedics, Firefighters, Defence, Healthcare Workers, SES/RFS, Surf Life Savers and their families) as well as others affected by trauma.
The class is FREE to Frontline workers, their families and people affected by trauma. All others attending can pay by donation with proceeds going to Frontline Yoga Inc.
This class is temporarily unavailable. For further info visit the Frontline Yoga website.
A vigorous, high paced power vinyasa class. Reach a higher state of consciousness and possibility as we connect breath to movement through a series of dynamic postures that will fast-track your physical strength and mental focus. Taught from the Baptiste methodology and Journey into Power sequence, this class is challenging, invigorating and inspiring. Power Hour is perfect for those that want to increase stamina, core strength along with mental vitality and clarity.
A range of guided meditation styles and mindfulness practices to reduce stress, encourage moments of clarity and access a deeper sense of calm.
TTY Founder and new Mindfulness Coach Kay Ginnivan has trained in meditation and counselling.