AERIAL YIN - A relaxing yin class using the hammock a prop to deepen stretches and relive tension.
Aerial Yin - A relaxing yin class using a suspended yoga hammock a prop to deepen stretches and relive tension.
Non-heated, 45 min class.
A 45 min class to uplifting music, in a heated environment to facilitate joint movement, muscle elasticity and detoxification.
Yoga mats, cushions, bolsters & blankets are provided.
Book a Virtual class on our timetable and receive an email link to join 30 min before class. All you need is enough room to move and a good internet connection, and you’re ready to roll.
Virtual classes are $10 to drop in online & complimentary with all memberships.
- See our timetable
- Cancellation is available up to 5 minutes prior to a class and 5 hours prior to an Aerial class to have your class credited to your account to use again.
- If you’re on a waitlist, we will notify you by text or email when space becomes available. If you can’t make it please cancel from the waitlist so you don’t automatically get put into class.
What to bring
- A personal yoga mat is always a good idea and we encourage everyone to bring their own. If you don’t have one yet studio mats are available to use, you’ll find them in the changing rooms, please disinfect and hang them again after use.
- Hot classes – bring a bath-size towel to place on your mat, a water bottle, and a second towel if you wish to shower.
- Yin yoga – We’re often face down on a studio bolster or cushion, please bring something to place over them such as a pillowcase or hand towel.
- Aerial Yoga – Please bring clean feet and wear a top that covers your armpits.
Arriving & leaving
- Arrive 15 min before class.
- Check into class using the iPads available or by giving your name to the teacher.
- Personal items can be placed at the back of the yoga room or in the lockers provided in the changing rooms.
- Showers and Hairdryers are available.
- Change rooms close 15 min after the last class of the day.
Injured or in pain?
Modifications, gentle stretching, and taking breaks during class are required for rehabilitation. With a green light from your Doctor, inform your teacher of existing injuries or health problems before you begin. We recommend Bikram Yoga which is specifically designed for rehabilitation. Yin yoga and Hot Slow Flow are both floor-based classes that also offer gentle modifications.
Please let us know if you have any questions, where necessary we can provide a 30 min Bikram modification consultation to ensure you practice safely, email us.
We teach Raj’s Pregnancy Class, initially 1:1 to empower Mums to be able to join us in class, online, or for self-practice. The sequence is designed by one of the founders of Bikram Yoga, Rajashree Choudhury.
All classes are great for postnatal, please check with your doctor before starting.
Studies demonstrate yoga can reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression, and mood imbalances. It also improves posture and increases strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance. Youths aged between 12 – 17 are welcome to attend all of our classes and require a profile of their own. Please email us to organise a 10% student discount.
Tips for practicing a hot class
Arrive early with an open mind and no expectations.
The most comfortable and beneficial way to practice is hydrated, with an empty stomach.
Give yourself time to acclimatise, turn off your phone, set up your mat, and relax.
Wear light breathable fabric you can move and sweat in. Shorts, t-shirts, leggings, and crops are suitable.
Take electrolytes during and/or after a hot class to replace the calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium the body loses through sweat.
For BIKRAM YOGA take your second class within 24 hours to bypass muscle soreness.
We recommend practicing 3 or more times a week in the beginning, so you can see what the cumulative effect has to offer you.