We offer both active & passive styles of yoga and can help you make the best class choices. Ask our teachers or email us if you’re unsure. 

If you are brand new to yoga choose Vinyasa, Yin or Restorative classes.

Please check with your physician and let your teacher know prior to class if you have any injuries, health concerns, or if you are pregnant or have recently had a baby.


Vinyasa means to link breath with movement. You will warm up the body, build strength and flexibility. The practice is often built around sun salutations (moving up and down the mat). You will leave feeling balanced and grounded. Classes are fun and include background music.

PACE – Slow & Steady

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Get ready to challenge yourself and be inspired. The teacher gives clear directions to build core strength, work on your transitions & extend your practice. You will burn fat and target areas of tension and weakness caused by modern lifestyles.

This class may include arm balances & inversions, with options for all levels. No fads or gimmicks, just good yoga that leaves you feeling invigorated and aligned in your body and clear and calm in your mind.

Tuesday & Thursday 6am & Saturday 8.30am classes are the Rocket sequence which is a dynamic style of yoga based on the Ashtanga Vinyasa Series.

Vinyasa experience necessary.

PACE – Medium to Fast


Core Flow Yoga is a great way to safely strengthen the core & back, while calming and relaxing the mind. Each class will incorporate traditional abdominal work, asana (postures) and breath work – all with an emphasis on developing the power that lies at the core center of the body.

Increasing your core strength will help build up protection for your lower back, improve your posture and help you move more efficiently.

PACE – Medium


Vin + Yin (formally named Hustle + Flow) is a fusion of Power & Yin Yoga. Beginning with a high intensity flow for the first half of the class to get the heart pumping and the body warm before we sink into the body and take it real slow with a few deep release, long hold poses.

Each week will take a different anatomical approach, allowing target specific areas the attention they deserve.

PACE – Medium to start then Slow to finish


This class includes a series of long-held, passive floor poses that typically work the lower part of the body – the hips, pelvis, thighs & lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues, therefore benefit from longer holds. The class sequence can also concentrate on the upper spine & shoulders.  The poses can be held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer. 

Unlike Restorative, Yin actively targets connective tissues and fascia with the aim to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility. A great complement to yang forms of exercise, such as dynamic yoga, running, biking & cross-fit.

PACE – Slow


Time to let go – a sequence of between 5-7 postures, supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. Held between 5 and 10 minutes, the poses will include light twists, seated forward folds and gentle hip openers and backbends. This class may also include breathing exercises and meditation.

This style of yoga will lower blood pressure and heart rate, release muscular tension, reduces fatigue, improves sleep, enhances immune response and helps to manage chronic pain.

PACE – Slow


A great way to gradually improve suppleness and strength through gentle exercise in preparation for labour and child birth. Breathing & relaxation techniques are used to adjust easily to changes that naturally occur during pregnancy. 

PACE – Slow



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