Most of our regular yoga classes are 75 minutes long to allow ample time for centering and relaxation at the beginning and end of each class. Lunchtime 'Express' classes (Fortitude Valley only) are 45 minutes duration. We recommend a regular yoga practice incorporating different styles of classes to help balance the yin and yang in our bodies and our lifestyles.
Beginners Flow classes focus on correct alignment in the postures, the transitions between postures, and introduce new students to the concepts and teachings of yoga and the wide reaching benefits of a regular yoga practice.
candlelit slow flow
Slip out of your week and into yourself. Guided by soft, evocative words and music through a slow flow, tune into the subtle sensations in your body that can go unnoticed when life gets fast. With only soft light, you will naturally take your journey inward to experience deeper connection of mind, body, and spirit, and end with a long, nourishing relaxation.
Gentle Flow is suitable for all ages and levels, particularly those recovering from illness or injury, or simply seeking a more gentle, therapeutic yoga practice.
With a focus on core engagement, Pilates is a series of exercises inspired by callisthenics, yoga and ballet that lengthens and stretches all the major muscle groups improving flexibility, strength, balance and body awareness.
A strong, dynamic class suitable for intermediate students or those seeking a more challenging style of yoga to build strength and stamina as well as flexibility.
RELAX & RESTORE
Relax & Restore is a deeply relaxing class incorporating meditation, supported restorative poses and yoga nidra (yoga sleep) to help you wind down at the end of a busy week, leaving you with a profound sense of calm and stillness.
Rise & Shine
A dynamic and energising 60 minute flow to start your day. Suitable for all levels.
Vinyasa classes are rhythmic and flowing in style, connecting movement with the breath and warming the body gradually, so you radiate naturally from the inside out, leaving you feeling energised and glowing.
Yin yoga classes are slower and more introspective, with longer holds working deeply into the poses and targeting the connective tissues; tendons, ligaments, bones and fascia, which are not always exercised in a more active style of yoga practice. Yin yoga is a perfect complement to a more dynamic (yang) style of practice.
yoga for back CARE
These classes are an effective way to reduce stress, alleviate back strain and pain and increase your breath capacity. Through gentle breathing exercises, yoga postures and BackMitra sequences, you will unravel tension in your spine and bring space to your whole body. Whether you are completely new to yoga or an experienced practitioner you will rediscover your spine.