Our Classes

Come along to find out which style suits you, all levels are welcome.
The key is to work with your body & move to your breath. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help.

 Our morning classes are practiced in a gentle heat at around 25 degrees, our evening classes are between 36-40 degrees.

Dynamic Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa (pronounced “vin-yah-sah”) is the Sanskrit word for “flow”, and vinyasa classes are known for their fluid, movement-intensive practices. Our Vinyasa class with flow smoothly, transitioning from pose to pose. The intensity of the practice is similar to Ashtanga, but no two vinyasa classes are the same. If you hate routine and love to test your physical limits, vinyasa may be just your ticket.

Dynamic and open to all, these varied classes are defined by the teacher’s background and style, and may include meditation and spiritual discourse, exploration of alignment and energetics or the practice of inversions. All Vinyasa Flow classes will focus the mind, build strength and flexibility and leave you feeling energised and inspired.


We will practice Pranayama (yogic breathing exercise) Asana (yoga posture) Meditation and relaxation. We will flow through from one posture to another as in Vinyasa, however in this class we will take posture’s to a deeper level, holding them for longer, perfecting alignment and building strength. Practicing inversions (turning upside down) and arm balances therefore building upper body strength. Variations and options will be explained for all levels. …alignment is key. This class is great for those wanting to take their practice deeper on a physical, philosophical and an emotional level.

Gentle Morning flow

Give yourself the best possible start to the day with a gentle morning flow that will reenergise the body, stimulate & wake up your organs, activate the cardiovascular system and get you on your way for a great day!

Beginners Yoga

If you are new to yoga this class may just be what you are looking for. You will participate in a sequence that focuses on the core yoga postures in a slow flow sequence that enables you to discover the power of your breath, aline your body safely and release tension throughout the body.

Yoga Basics

Learn the basics of yoga by working through individual postures based on Iyengr yoga principles and understand how to transition in and out of each posture safely.
You will understand the benefits of the postures and understand which muscles they are affecting in the body.

Ashtanga Primary Series

Ashtanga is a vigorous system of yoga developed by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009). A set of increasingly challenging postures that link breath with dynamic movement, building strength, flexibility and focus. Ashtanga translates as “eight limbs” which is the yogic path to enlightenment described by the great sage Patanjali in his seminal text the Yoga Sutras.

You will be guided through the Primary Series and given adjustments and modifications as and when necessary. As you synchronise your breath with this flowing sequence and become familiar with the Ashtanga series, your mind will move into a meditative and calm state while your body becomes stronger and more mobile.

This class is designed for those who want to get sweaty, build strength and flexibility. Suitable for athletes in the sporting industry.

Ashtanga Flow

Based on Ashtanga primary series this 60 min flow will guide you through core postures of the Primary Series with regular vinyasa to energise & cleanse the body and burn fat! The Ashtanga flow will calm your your mind and move you into a meditative and calm state while your body becomes stronger and more mobile.

This class is designed for those who want to get sweaty, build strength and flexibility.


Relax and renew both mind and body while learning the basics of yoga. This series of restful postures provides the body with recovery and rejuvenation.

Based on gentle standing and seated which are sure to leave you feeling rejuvenated, calm and at peace. It will help release areas of tension that can not always be accessed by a dynamic yoga practice.


Yogalates is a combination of yoga and Pilates, yogalates focuses mainly on the flow of movement from poses in yoga to those in Pilates. Traditionally Pilates aims to strengthen the body in an even way, with particular emphasis on core strength to improve general fitness and wellbeing. This style is combined with a number of different yoga poses that enhance fitness levels and increase sense of wellbeing.


Pilates focuses on balance, posture, strength and flexibility.Pilates moves require you to engage virtually your whole body particularly focusing on the core. At times, you may try to strengthen one muscle while stretching another.