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As per government guidelines, our studio is temporarily closed. However, we have are running daily live-streamed classes online via Facebook Live, with access to 100+ previously recorded videos, for just $14.95 per week! You can watch the videos live, or play them back at a time that suits you.

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As per government guidelines, our in-studio classes will increase to a maximum of 16 students. From 30 November, we will be increasing to 23 classes per week!

You will be able to see and book these classes from 27 November

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time!

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We offer a range of classes for everybody – from the absolute beginner to experienced yogi.

Check out our different class styles below.


Accessible yoga for those brand new to the practice. A class perfect for beginner practitioners  to learn the foundations of common poses found in most flow style classes.  Learn how to practice sun salutations, and get acquainted with common postures and how to modify them to suit your body. This is the best place to start for those who have never practiced yoga before.  If you’re more experienced, beginners flow is perfect to refine the minor details in your practice. Bring your beginner’s mindset, and learn something new in a welcoming, no-judgment space.


This class takes elements from vinyasa flow and slows them right down. Take your time gliding through slower poses and mindful transitions. With a focus on alignment and breath, this class will build strength and increase flexibility, whilst encouraging mindfulness in movement. Slow flow is sequenced aiming to leave you feeling balanced and rejuvenated.


A slower paced class suitable for all levels. Delve into elements of yoga beyond asana and movement, while still building strength and flexibility. In a hatha class, the teacher will guide you through postures, meditation and breathing exercises. Energise and balance the mind and body. Practice cultivating connection to the self. 


Yin yoga is a complementary practice to the more dynamic styles of yoga. Yin is a deep and nourishing practice suitable for all levels. This practice is predominantly floor-based, with postures being held for 3-7 minutes. You can expect long held, passive and restorative postures that are designed to leave you feeling relaxed, rejuvenated and free of tension. A practice for mind and body, and a great class for beginners.


A beautiful balance of flow and stillness. Work up to a gentle slow flow and finish with long held, restorative yin yoga postures. Leave feeling balanced and relaxed. Suitable for all levels, including beginners.


Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic class that synchronises movement and breath in a continuous and creative flow of poses and transitions. Students can build strength and flexibility while having the option to challenge themselves and take their physical practice up a level. Find your flow state and connect to your body. 


Dissect and refine the elements of vinyasa with foundations of flow. This class offers breakdowns of common postures and transitions so students can get to know them before applying them in a faster paced practice. Foundations of Flow is centered around functional movement. It encourages curiosity and exploration of your asana practice. Gain control, strength and mobility while exploring the ‘why’ behind yoga postures, pranayama and meditation techniques. Foundations of flow is suitable for most bodies, including beginners.


This gentle practice will help to rejuvenate and release deeply held tensions in the body with gentleness and softness, incorporating stillness, with postures held for several minutes with the generous support of props (bolsters, blankets, blocks, etc), and ending with a guided meditation. This class is deeply relaxing and nourishing for the body and mind. Suitable for all levels, and a great place to start for beginners.


In this class we will be reading over different texts from all cultures, faiths and ways of life. Through self-enquiry and group discussion, seeing how these texts relate to each other and to all of us today, with the intention of finding new ways to bring us back to spirit and self.


This is a class consisting of both breathing exercises and meditation. Pranayama is the perfect way to calm the body and still the mind in preparation for meditation. Pranayama in English means the extension/expansion of the breath, or extension/expansion of the vital life force.

Meditation is focused concentration, or absorbed awareness, onto a fixed point. It can be viewed as the training of our focus, or a practice for purely stilling the mind and having a rest from the information-driven world we live in, taking time to turn our gaze inward to come to know ourselves.

This is a great class for beginners as we will be practicing simple breathing techniques that will help us come into a meditative state before we finish with a guided meditation. For those of you who have practiced pranayama and meditation before, this is a great opportunity to deepen your awareness of self through the breath and meditation.
Meditation each week will vary between guided meditation and the use of mala beads and mantras.


Prana = vital energy

Yama = control
Pranayama = expansion of vital energy through the control of the breath.

In this class, you will practice of different types of controlled breathing techniques that are performed in a seated position. The techniques work firstly on helping to purify your respiratory system, and then to aid with healing of the body and mind.


A class dedicated to connecting and deepening our awareness to the vital life force that breathes life and energy into our body using soft, non-invasive movements with a connected breath drawing from yoga, Taoist and Qi Gong movements, and practices to inspire union with the self, body/mind/spirit. Helping to relieve tension, stress and anxiety – a great practice for beginners, those coming back form an injury and those looking for a soft moving meditation.


A class designed to bring gentle movement to the spine to increase mobility, strength and to relax down the muscles around the spine to reduce pain and tension held in the back. This class can benefit everyone and is especially suited to anyone suffering from pain through the back, suffering from tension headaches and recovering from back or spine injuries.


Yoga Studio in Seaford, near Frankston, Carrum, Skye and Mount Eliza