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Summer Holidays Yoga – 2024

Monday 8th January to Thursday 23rd January


Monday 29th January to Thursday 28th March

MondayGentle Yoga
10-11:30 am
Hatha Yoga
5:15-6:30 pm
TuesdayHatha Yoga
10-11:30 am
Yin & Restore Yoga
5:15-6:30 pm
WednesdayMen's Hatha Yoga
8.00-9:00 am
ThursdayYin & Restore Yoga
10-11:30 am
Hatha Yoga
5:15-6:30 pm


Hatha Yoga
A complete practice incorporating yoga postures (asana), pranayama (breathing techniques), meditation and yoga nidra or relaxation. There will be a combination of dynamic and static yoga postures building both strength and flexibility. A strong focus is placed upon breath and mindfulness. This practice is suitable for all levels as poses can be modified with props.
Yin & Restore
Yin yoga is a gentle practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. During the longer holds your muscles are allowed to relax deeply, as you are using props rather than your muscles to support your body. There will also be a focus on the breath and breathing practices to restore and reset and end with a yoga nidra to enable a deep physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Suitable for all levels.
Gentle Yoga
A slow and relaxing Hatha yoga class including breathing, gentle flowing movements, passive and supported poses, and yoga nidra or relaxation to finish. This is a perfect beginning yoga class that is also appropriate for those working with limited mobility, or who prefer a softer, gentler approach to yoga. Suitable for all levels.


90 min/75 min class per week in 5-week block: $90 / $80 concession
60 min class per week in 5-week block: $80/ $70 concession
You will be signed up for the same class each week. If you book into a second class each week, then you can pay the concession rate for that second class.
Casuals are offered if there is space on first come first serve basis.
90 min/75 min class $20 / $18 concession
60 min class $18 / $16 concession

If you have any queries please contact us.


New Years Workshop – Reconnecting to Heart

Friday 12th January 5.30 – 7.30 PM

Start the new year by giving yourself the gift of slowing down and creating space to reconnect with your inner wisdom. Take some time out for yourself to consciously cultivate self-acceptance and compassion, and to set your heartfelt intentions for the coming year. 
Join Gyani for a nourishing Yin Yoga practice to reset and restore after the busy Xmas period – using passive longer held poses to release tension in the body, meditation to quieten the mind to connect with your inner wisdom, and sankalpa during Yoga Nidra to help plant the seeds for positive change in your life and leave you feeling balanced physically, mentally and emotionally.
The evening will include:
~ Yin Yoga – calming nervous system and restoring energy levels through passive stretching
~ Meditation – reconnecting to your heart and creating your sankalpa (intention)
~ Yoga Nidra – guided deep relaxation with sankalpa

Suitable for all levels, including complete beginners.

Investment: Earlybird $35 if booked before 29th December. Full price $40 or $37 concession.

Register: Booking in advance essential as places are limited. Some yoga experience required. Book online or can email for more info.

Yoga & Ayurveda – Introducing the Elements Workshop

Sunday 21st January 1.30 – 5.30 PM

A workshop with Gyani that unites the ancient wisdom & practice of Ayurveda with yoga, to bring you an integrated approach to your health and wellbeing.
Ayurveda is the science of how to live a conscious optimal life. It is the world’s oldest, natural system of health care and medicine dating back 5,000 years. It is sometimes called the sister science of yoga, in that both of these practices, can be traced back to the ancient Sanskrit texts of the Rig Veda.
Ayur means ‘life’ and Veda means ‘knowledge’, so Ayurveda is often translated as the ‘science, or knowledge of life’. The basis of Ayurvedic philosophy is that the intelligence of the inner and outer worlds is inextricably connected. The five basic elements of ether, air, fire, water, and earth, combine in the body as three characteristic blends (Tri-Doshas): Vata (ether and air), Pitta (fire and water) and Kapha (earth and water). These constitutions have particular characteristics and traits and by understanding what our particular dosha is and which dosha is out of balance, we can then take actions that help to bring us back to homeostasis.
NB: This is the first workshop of a series on Ayurveda. Suitable for all levels.
~ Discussion on Ayurveda and the elements
~ Opportunity to discover your Ayurvedic constitution
~ Relaxing yoga practice with Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Pranayama and Meditation to balance the five elements in the body.
~ Afternoon tea including healthy Ayurvedic snacks.

Investment: Earlybird $90 if booked before 29th December. Then after $110 or $100 concession.

Register: Booking in advance essential as places are limited. Some yoga experience required. Book online or can email for more info.

Free Yoga Nidra

Please feel free to try our free Yoga Nidra session with Gyani