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Step 1 – Click the “SIGN UP” link above where you can pay for your pass online and book your classes. If you would like to book a class, you will need to have an active and valid pass.

Step 2 – Please complete our online registration form HERE after you have completed the sign up process


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Below is the schedule for our classes. Sessions highlighted in grey are booked out. Click the right arrow to scroll through to the next week.

What’s the difference between the classes?

Dynamic Vinyasa Flow Yoga: In vinyasa yoga, body movements are smooth and fluid, initiated by conscious breathing, creating a “flow” like practice. These classes are creative, offer a variety of postures and no two classes are ever alike. If you are looking to work the cardiovascular system, burn calories, improve balance, build strength and stamina and maintain healthy bones and joints, then this class is for you. An invigorating, challenging, and fun practice.

Flow Yoga: Creating calmness and clarity through a smooth continuous flow, linking movement with breath. Build strength and release tension in a flowing yoga sequence focusing on breath awareness for added cardiovascular benefits.

Hatha Yoga: Moving mindfully to quiet the mind and release tension. Focus on your breath, stretch, strengthen and relax while gaining a healthy alignment of your body. Feel grounded yet invigorated after this class.

Kids Yoga: Our Kids yoga program is a term based program that coincides with the NSW school terms. The classes differ from one another depending on the age group of the class and are created with the fundamentals of yoga at their core. Your child will learn yoga poses/asanas, breathwork/pranayama and relaxation/meditation in a fun, safe, interactive, and imaginative environment while helping them develop body awareness to aid in flexibility, focus, and coordination.

Gentle Yoga: Gentle yoga combines elements of Hatha and Yin yoga and moves at a slower pace with less intense positions. There is a stronger emphasis on stretching, yogic breathwork, relaxation and connection. The asanas practiced during a Gentle yoga class are predominantly closer to the earth (supine, prone, seated, and kneeling) with a mindful selection of standing postured incorporated depending on the intension for the class. This class is perfect for a beginner yet suitable for all levels of yoga. Leave this class feeling grounded, connected, and calm.

Restorative Yin Yoga: Restorative Yin yoga promotes relaxation and helps calm the mind and body. We use props including blocks, straps, bolsters, and blankets to totally support the body and aid in the release of mind and body tension. It is a slow-paced practice that works to release deep tension passively, without active stretch, and is both gentle and suitable for yogis of all ages and levels

Yin Yoga: Yin yoga is founded on traditional Chinese medicine working to stimulate our energy channels to improve blood flow for organ health. This slow and steady practice also improves flexibility, prevents joint rigidity, and releases negative emotions, stress, and tension through breath work and long holds. It will leave you feeling relaxed and at ease whilst providing a heightened sense of clarity. Yin yoga is the perfect complement to other (yang) styles of yoga.



I am a beginner. What classes can I take?

Our Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, and Shoulders Neck & Back classes are well suited for beginner students upto and including our advanced students. Your instructor will give you the modified version of the ASANAS (postures) so that you can master the modified pose before moving on to the full pose. Our Flow Yoga and Dynamic Yoga classes, the instructors lead classes that flow from one pose to the next without stopping to talk about the finer points of each pose. That way, students come away with a good workout and yoga experience. If you’re new to yoga, it is a good idea to take a few classes in a slower style of yoga (like the classes mentioned above) first to get a feel for the poses.