Foundation Yoga teaches you all the basic postures and breaks them all down and teaches you from the ground up correct alignment and positioning.

Foundation also takes you into the deeper energetic integrity of the postures, spine safety and includes breath work and working with the bunda’s (safety locks through joints and chakras). As the name implies Foundation yoga creates a foundation to build your ongoing practice upon.

Your teacher will take you step by step through each posture so you can experience fully what is requied in each posture as well as benefits from the gift of each pose.


A Hatha class typically involves a set of physical postures and breathing techniques, practised more slowly and with more posture holds than a typical Vinyasa class. Great for building flexibility and core strength.


A Vinyasa class is sometimes called ‘flow’ because of the smooth way one pose transitions into the next. It is one of the most popular styles of yoga because it is gentle but can be ‘strong’, a good mix of yin (female) and yang (male). It’s a broad classification that encompasses many different types of yoga.


A Yin class consists of more passive poses, longer-held, passive floor poses areas are especially rich in connective tissues. Targeting deep connective tissues and the fascia throughout the body. To increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility. Yin is a very ‘female’ style of yoga.


A restorative yoga class typically involves fewer poses than other classes, often supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. Some poses are held for 5 minutes or more, restorative poses include light twists, seated forward folds, and gentle backbends. Restorative practices are suited to beginners and anyone looking for a more gentle, deeply relaxing yoga experience.


Prenatal yoga incorporates breathing techniques to create calm during your pregnancy and also assist to work with contractions during labour. Gentle stretching. It allows the Body’s Muscles to Relax.

When it comes to labor and delivery, the mind-body connection is paramount, and prenatal yoga is a great way to help women access deep stores of emotional strength and confidence that they put to use during contractions and moving the baby out of the womb.

Mums and Bubs

Mums & Bubs Yoga is a fantastic way to look after yourself after the birth of your baby. … These classes focus on yoga postures specifically designed for the postnatal months by helping your body regain strength and tone in a safe and effective way.

Private Yoga Session

A Private yoga session offers students the ability to focus on personal interests, concerns or goals. Instead of following along with the yoga instructor in a class setting, a private lesson allows an individual to set specific goals and plans, it’s like having a Yoga personal trainer, to focus on and achieve particular outcomes in problem areas, or personal goals for flexibility, strength or meditation.

Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy is a type of therapy that uses yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and guided imagery to improve mental and physical health. The holistic focus of yoga therapy encourages the integration of mind, body, and spirit to benefit and improve overall health and feeling of wellness. Yoga Therapy is great for the treatment of stress, anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders as it creates a greater sense of personal well-being, increase feelings of relaxation, improve self-confidence and self image.