Class Styles

Class Styles

Hatha yoga classes use the breath to create a link between the body and the mind. Hatha classes build flexibility and strength while minimising the chance of injury. 
This well-rounded style balances and opens the body. You will learn to still the mind and be present in the moment. 
Benefits of Hatha Yoga in addition to more flexibility and strength, a hatha yoga practice will lead to all the other usual benefits of yoga–reduced stress, lower blood pressure, more energy and better sleep.
This class has the feel of a vinyasa class but a slower pace.
You will be guided through a sequence to build heat, strength and balance at an unhurried pace.
You will leave feeling calm and energised.
Slow can be strong, this class is full of options to take your practise up or down a level.
This class is suitable for all levels.
Learn core energy locks and rebuild cells and muscle tone with this 1 hour Vinyasa Flow class to get energy moving and the vital airs of the body balanced.
Harnessing Kriyas, Pranayamas, sun salutations, and powerful warrior variations.
This class will move you in to stillness with more challenging sequences of asanas to mix up your practices and motivational attitudes and gestures conveyed to bring out confidence, self-love, and power to start your day.
Mat Pilates will challenge you and build core strength using principals of alignment and control, correction of muscle imbalance and increasing tone throughout your muscle groups. 
All levels Welcome!
Yin Yoga is a slower paced style of yoga. The practice involves variations of seated, kneeling and lying down poses that are held for around three to five minutes.
It gently stretches and revitalises the connective tissues such as the ligaments , tendons and fascia.
This helps to lubricate and protect the joints, increase flexibility and mobility in the body.
In this class you will be guided through a series of passive poses which works to relax the muscles and cultivates stillness in the mind.
Note you can go to higher intensity or take the Restorative options offered by the Teacher

Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga. It is practiced sitting on a chair or using a chair for support during seated & standing poses. Chair yoga is suitable for a range of abilities. A fit, healthy person can be challenged with a chair yoga class however it can be especially suitable for senior adults, people with balance or coordination issues, and those with disabilities or recovering from injuries.

Chair yoga helps increase flexibility, lung capacity, circulation & strength, improves balance, and relieves stress. A Chair yoga class incorporates breathing exercises, stretching, yoga (asanas) postures, and final relaxation.

Together we’ll be up before the sun to welcome in the new day with a set sequence of dynamic and energising poses – just the way traditional Ashtanga was intended to be practiced! This is an all ability class with options to intensify or modify. Each week we’ll be following the same set of poses and adding on more options so you can build on your practice. 
So, what’s Ashtanga? In Sanskrit the word “Ashtanga” means eight limbs. Ashtanga Yoga is the practice of eight key principles (limbs) in order to minimise suffering and get in touch with our true nature.
The eight limbs of yoga are:
  • Yamas (behavioural observances – things you SHOULD do)
  • Niyamas (behavioural restraints – things you SHOULDN’T do)
  • Asana (practice of physical postures)
  • Pranayama (practice of breathing techniques to control our life force energy)
  • Pratyahara (withdrawal of the senses)
  • Dharana (concentration)
  • Dhyana (meditation)
Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet. It’s a way of entering into the quiet that is already there, buried alive under the 50,000 thoughts the average person thinks each day.            
-Deepak Chopra
Experience a range of shorter or longer meditations to help calm and centre you. To begin to lead you into a process and place of stillness so that we start to ease the monkey mind.

A blend of yoga and pilates style movements to lengthen, strengthen and open your body

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