Welcome! We can’t wait to meet you in person. If this is your first time here, you’ll find the answers to all your questions below.
To reschedule or cancel a class, log into your Mindbody Online account with your Username and Password. Select, “My Info” from the Main Menu, then select, “My Schedule”. Here you can view all your scheduled classes. Select, “Early/ Late Cancel” next to the class you no longer wish to attend.
You can also Book, Cancel and Reschedule classes using the Mindbody App which can be downloaded for free from Itunes or from Google Play.
Some of our classes are very popular and are wait- listed so if you don’t show up, others miss out. Therefore, if you cancel a Yoga or Pilates Mat class within 2 hours or a 6.15am Yoga class within 12 hours or a Pilates Reformer class within 24 hours you will forfeit 1 class on your pass.
If you’re a new Client, please register and pay for your first class online. If you would like to purchase a class pack or products at the studio you may pay by cash or credit card. To purchase a class or pack, please visit our Online Store, click here
Yes, you can attend all our classes casually (excludes Courses and Workshops) however, if this is your first visit to Yoganic™, our Intro Offer: $49 for ANY 4 classes in 14 Days is much better value.
- For hygienic reasons, please bring your own yoga mat or you may hire a mat for $2 or you may purchase one at the studio.
- For Pilates Reformer, please bring a pair of grip socks (socks with tiny grip dots on the bottom to prevent slipping) or purchase a pair at the studio for $20.
- A water bottle to re- hydrate. You may re- fill your bottle from our filtered water dispenser.
- Leave your valuables at home or in the car. If you do need to bring your phone, please turn it off and leave it in one of the cubby holes.
- For all our Mums & Bubs classes, we also suggest you bring a blanket for your baby to lie on. If you bring a pram, you may leave it at the bottom of the stairs at our back entrance on Harris Lane.
Our bathrooms have ample space for you to get changed in. You may leave your clothes in either the cubby holes or on the hooks provided.
It is helpful for our instructors if you wear comfortable yet form-fitting stretchy clothes. It enables the instructor to visually see that you are performing the exercises with the proper alignment. For hygienic and practical reasons, please wear grip socks for Pilates Reformer. Change rooms are provided. Personal belongings can be stored in the pigeon holes but we encourage you to leave your valuables at home or in the car.
For Yoga and Pilates Mat classes, the front door opens 15 minutes prior to class. For Reformer classes, if you arrive earlier than 5 minutes before a class you can either wait outside or enter quietly and sit on the bench seat.
Please leave your shoes on the shoe racks. Yoga is practised in bare feet and pilates in socks.
Please turn off your phone (rather than on vibrate) and place all your belongings in the pigeon holes.
Please grab any yoga props/ pilates equipment you may need. For Yoga and Pilates mat, place your mat on top of one of our thick charcoal mats (to give you some extra padding). You won’t need a mat for Pilates Reformer.
If you have an injury or a medical condition, we recommend attending a Private Session so we can assess your condition and abilities and give you exercises to avoid re-injury or aggravation of symptoms and prepare for attending group classes.
So that we can assess your level and determine the best class to meet your specific needs, our Intro Session is required before attending your first group class. In this session we will familiarise you with how to use the Reformer equipment, the breathing and the basic exercises. Classes are held on Saturdays at 12pm.
Pilates is a great way to help alleviate lower back pain or rehabilitate after a back injury. Pilates strengthens the entire core muscles – including the deep abdominals, pelvic floor, lumbar extensors, and buttocks – to completely stabilise the spine and lumbo- pelvic region, bringing the body into correct alignment and helping to alleviate any pain.
Postnatal Pilates, Mums and Bubs Pilates and Reformer are fantastic for postnatal women with abdominal separation as classes address the importance of breath, abdominal and pelvic floor re-connection, the re-establishment of stability, correcting posture and obtaining flexibility in certain areas and will assist you in healing abdominal separation and toning your pelvic floor.
We recommend our Yoga for Beginners Series where you will be introduced to yoga postures, breathing techniques and meditation in a safe, friendly and supportive environment. This Series will prepare you to attend our Slow Flow and Yin Yoga classes. For more information, click here
We suggest you start with our quieter, more intimate Tuesday 9.30am Yin Yoga or Sunday 5.15pm Yin Yoga.
Like anything, the more you practise the faster you will see results but consistency is the key. If you can only attend once a week, that’s better than nothing but for best results, we suggest you attend at least 2- 3 times per week.
Our Mums and Bubs classes are baby- led. This means, how much activity you are able to participate in is led by your baby. If your baby needs changing, feeding, settling, putting to sleep etc, it is your responsibility to attend to his/ her needs. You’re welcome to do all of this within the room and we encourage you to join back in when you can. Like us, babies have good days and bad days. Some days you will be able to participate in an entire class, other days you may spend a lot of time settling your baby. These moments in class teach us to be flexible not just in body, but also in mind.
If this happens in a Mums & Bubs Pilates Mat or Reformer class, great! If it happens in our Mother & Baby Yoga class and there is mother and baby interaction, ask your teacher to suggest some exercises for you or take advantage of the quiet time and get some well- earned rest!
Once your baby starts to crawl, then we recommend graduating to our Baby Yoga for Rollers, Crawlers, Creepers and Early Walkers class on Fridays at 12.30pm.
Yoga and Pilates are the best ways to exercise during pregnancy as they’re low impact and focus on deep stability and postural muscles to help accommodate the changes to your body during pregnancy. Keeping fit and strong during pregnancy not only helps you to maintain a healthy body to nourish a healthy baby, but also to counter the effects of pregnancy on the body, maintain strength for labour and to enable quicker recovery of the pelvic floor, core and abdominals and strengthening and toning the arms, legs and buttocks postnatally as well.
During your 1st trimester you may continue to attend our Yoganic or Yin Yoga classes but we don’t recommend our Yogabarre or Refomer Intermediate classes as we may perform exercises that are contraindicated during pregnancy.
Don’t practise any inverted postures (upside down postures such as elevated legs up the wall, shoulder, head or hand stand or forearm balances) for at least the first three days as it can disrupt the flow or regularity of your cycle.
Unfortunately our childminding sessions are currently on hold.
If you have hired a mat, please use the bacterial spray and sponge to wipe down your mat. Then neatly place your mat back along with any other props. We practise Karma Yoga, the yoga of service to others. By putting everything back neatly and how you found it, prepares the room for the next class.