Important Booking Information
Class Bookings are highly recommended.
Please note: Late cancelations (within 4 hours) and No show’s will incur a $15 fee for members and those on any other pass will forfeit the class.
The studio is open 20 minutes prior to class start time and the front door is locked at class start time.
Yoga Elsternwick Timetable
Flow classes are a fusion of breath and movement – vinyasa in style and suitable for beginners keen on pursuing a regular yoga practice as well as looking to diffuse any tension in the body and mind. the room is heated to a pleasant 25 degrees. This Flow is a great starting point for beginners.
Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic designed to link breath with postures and movement to create a challenging, flowing Yoga practice.
Both Vinyasa and Core Flow classes are heated to 30 degrees.
Core Flow increases strength, flexibility and focus while clearing the body of toxins, leaving you feeling calm and centred.
Bikram Yoga is a series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises and is taught in a heated room (about 40-degrees).
Bikram Yoga classes are taught in a sequence with the goal of strengthening and lengthening muscles and joints. yoga elsternwick
Jivamukti Yoga (translated liberated while living) is a method and path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings. By means of asana and other traditional yogic practices, Jivamukti Yoga offers a unique spiritual experience that is vigorously physical and intellectually stimulating. The Jivamukti Yoga Method’s five foundational tenets are Ahimsa (compassionate living), Bhakti (devotion), Dhyana (meditation), Nada (sacred sounds), and Shastra (philosophy).
A 75 minute class that begins with a 45 minute Flow. Designed to strengthen and lengthen our physical body and calm the mind. The final 30 minutes is a yin practise that will focus on a particular energy line. This yin section will deepen relaxation as well as strengthen joints and ligaments. Both segments of this class target connective tissue and aid in stilling the mind.
Yin Yoga focuses on deep stretching of the muscles and joints to release tension and lengthen fascia.
Yin Yoga classes are taught focusing the practitioner on the breath to help let go of tension throughout the body. All classes are 60-minutes and suitable for all levels.
Restorative yoga is a gentle, slow, still style of yoga that involves long, passive holds in a series of 4-6 restful poses. Yogis are often supported by props to enhance or deepen their experience and achieve a state of total relaxation and release. Restorative yoga classes are based on the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar. On occasion this class may include a yoga nidra (guided meditation) to further relaxation.