Class styles


Vinyasa is a flowing class where we move dynamically and playfully to explore our physical asana practice, often working towards a “peak” pose before melting into stretching and stillness. Vinyasa offers the opportunity to evoke curiosity and build strength and flexibility whilst honouring and empowering your body and it’s needs each time you step on your mat.

Expect to have fun, feel energised and perhaps get a little sweaty!

(only available in a private session)

Yin is a passive practice where we hold floor-based poses typically between 3-8 minutes to deeply target the connective tissue and fascia that covers your entire internal body. A beautiful practice to complement the yang, yin offers stillness from within, the opportunity to observe and encouragement to practice compassion.

Expect to feel supported, relaxed and grounded.

(only available in a private session)

Slow flow is a slower paced vinyasa class where we hold poses for longer to cultivate strength and awareness, with options offered to soften or deepen your practice. Slow flow offers the opportunity to practice moving meditation and focus on alignment and muscle engagement in each pose.

Expect to feel spacious and strong and breathe more deeply.

(only available in a private session)

Gentle flow is an “all levels” class where we move softly but fluidly through simple sequences to warm up your body and shift any blocked energy. Gentle flow offers the opportunity to move mindfully with conscious breath and intention.

Expect to feel nourished, balanced and calm.

(only available in a private session)

Pranayama is the practice of breath control, our vital energy or life force. There are many different pranayama techniques that can be practiced during yoga asana (poses) and meditation. Pranayama offers the opportunity to calm and rejuvenate your nervous system, balance your body’s energy channels and enhance mental clarity.

Meditation is the practice of guiding awareness to the present moment and noticing thoughts and sensations with acceptance and curiosity. There are many different types and techniques of meditation practice, including mindful, mantra, chakra and visualisation. Meditation offers the opportunity to find joy in each moment, enhance self-awareness and reduce stress and anxiety.

Expect to feel present, connected and anchored in gratitude.

I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land that I live, love and work upon, and their connections to land, sea, community and culture. I offer my deepest respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and extend this respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.