Suitable for the novice and returning student alike, these classes will take you through the fundamentals of yoga practice.


As usual, classes will be challenging and lots of fun. Generally, the classes comprise a fusion of many styles of yoga including, IYTA, Iyenga, Ashtanga, Acro, Tantra and Oki-Do. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Japanese Shiatsu and Western Anatomy and Physiology are also woven into the fabric of the classes.


In accord with the mood of those attending, every class will be different and somewhat improvised. This variation keeps the classes relevant and interesting and prevents us from plateauing in our development from too much repetition.


Each new class builds on your knowledge. The flow of a typical class would be something like this:

  • a brief talk

  • a short relaxation practice

  • physical warm-ups for strength and mobility of muscles and joints 

  • classical yoga asanas such as twists: side, back and forward bends; balance and inverted poses — all taught in a graded style to accommodate any level of ability

  • pranayama (yogic breathing practices) 

  • Yoga Nidra — deep relaxation, to calm emotions and clear  'mental clutter'.


Classes may also include solo, partner and group exercises as per the individual's preference.


Yoga is about alignment, as much in a physical sense as in a metaphysical sense. You’ll improve your physical posture with correct alignment in the poses, and you’ll also become aware of any ‘misalignments’ with respect to your direction in life, and the activities and relationships you’re currently involved in. Yoga students may find themselves questioning their past decisions and making positive changes in their life direction. Or, if they’re already on track in their lives, they’ll be inspired by more energy and passion. 


Yoga classes can also provide new social opportunities and help develop existing friendships between students. Usually, towards the end of a term, we’ll enjoy a shared meal after a class, either at the venue or a restaurant close by.


All classes are general level. Anyone can join.





Calm your mind and tone your body with an interesting fusion of yoga styles. These classes are accessible to anyone, from the novice to the experienced student. They are taught without props, however, please bring any you like to use.


VENUE Brother Jenkins Cafe, 177 Martyn Street, Manunda

DAY Thursdays beginning November 5, 2020 for six weeks

TIME 5.30–6.45pm

FEES $20 waged, $18 unwaged/concession cash or bank transfer

There's a 10% discount for advance payment for all six classes.

If you have a question, use the CONTACT ME form below or phone/text me. If calling, keep it between 8am–8pm, please. 



Please complete the questionnaire.


PRIVATES If you prefer to learn yoga one-on-one, we can set up an appointment. You may also bring a friend with you to share the cost. Its $150 per 90-minute lesson.


YOGA EQUIPMENT To minimise risk of spreading infectious agents, any shared yoga props must be sanitised before and after the class with the disinfectant spray provided. Better still, bring your own personal props and make sure no one else uses them. You're welcome to bring your own water bottle. 


PREPARATION Please wear comfortable, loose clothing and arrive with an open mind and an empty stomach. Please leave shoes and bad moods at the door!



For more information or to book a lesson or a class, call  0419 694 991