Connect with yourself, challenge your body

Making time for yourself is vital. Yoga, Pilates and meditation are the perfect practices to help you slow down, focus on your breathing and reconnect with yourself. If you’re after a challenge and wanting to work on your strength, Pilates Reformer and Barre Attack classes are the perfect was to build strength and endurance – whilst having fun.

Our classes are spread across a flexible timetable so you can come early morning, after school or day-care drop off or during the day if you working from home, in the evenings or on weekends.


Slow Flow Yoga

A gentle approach combing strength, flexibility and stamina. Long held poses are linked together with flowing movements and breath awareness. Class includes standing and balancing poses, seated postures, backbends, twists and hip openers, arm balances and inversions, followed by relaxation. Slow flow helps you stay calm and grounded no matter what life throws your way.

Suited for people who:

    • have completed our Yoga for Beginners Series
    • have prior yoga experience
  • don’t have injuries or abdominal separation

Yin Yoga

A deeply restorative and meditative class where the connective tissues —the tendons, fascia, and ligaments- are stretched to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.

Unlike Slow Flow Yoga, there are no sun salutes, no planks, no chatturanga and no standing poses. Instead you’ll do long-held seated, supine and prone poses.

Being still in a pose and bringing your attention to your breath helps you practice mindfulness, a tool that can be transferred from your mat to being more present and patient with your partner and children.

Yin Yoga is the perfect antidote for people who:

  • are tired, stressed or anxious
  • are tight and stiff
  • have a very active lifestyle
  • have injuries
  • are both brand new to yoga or very experienced
Yin Yoga

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra or yogic sleep as it is commonly known, is a deeply restorative meditation practice designed to rest the body and calm the mind.

To practice Yoga Nidra, we make savasana shape, (the shape we make at the end of yoga class to rest the body after movement) and follow the voice that is guiding you. As a meditative practice, we bring our awareness to our body and our breath. It’s simple and anyone can practice it.

Open to all levels, no prior yoga experience required.


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What if I’ve never done yoga before?

We recommend our Yoga for Beginners Course which will prepare you to attend our Slow Flow and Yin yoga classes. Click here to find out more.

What do I need to bring?

Please bring your own yoga mat or you can purchase one at the studio. A water bottle is always a good idea.

During covid we are not sharing soft props such as bolsters, classes will be designed so you can complete without props however you are welcome to bring your own props.