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Please note that there are no classes on the public holiday Monday June 11 Click here to download a printable schedule for April - July 2018
Term 2: April 30 - July 7, 2018.
Monday 12 - 1pm: $99
Monday 5:30 - 7pm : $153
Monday 7:15 - 8:30: $135
Tuesday 9:30 - 11am $170
Tuesdays 12:10 - 12:55: $110
Tuesday 5:30 - 6:45pm: $150
Tuesday 7 - 8:15pm: $150
Wednesday 12:10 - 12:55 Aerial Yoga: $18 Casual, 5 class pass $80, 10 class pass $140
Wednesday 6:30 - 8am: $170
Wednesday 5:30 - 7pm : $170
Wednesday Prenatal 7:15 - 8:30pm: $150
Thursday 6:30 - 7:45am: $150
Thursday 9:30 - 11am: $170
Thursday 5:30 - 7pm: $170
Thursday 7:15 - 8:30pm: $150
Friday 12 - 1pm: $130
Saturday 8 - 9:15 & 9:30 - 10:45: Casual attendance. No term booking. All welcome! $18 per class
Sunday Aerial Yoga 9 - 10am: $22 casual, 5 class pass $100, 10 class pass $180
Casual rates are as follows (see above for aerial yoga which is priced differently)
45 min classes: $13 per class
60 min classes: $15 per class
75 min classes: $18 per class
90 min classes: $20 per class
EFT Payments: Please deposit into the account of the teacher of the class/es you are enrolled in
Clare’s classes EFT to Bendigo Bank Yoga from the Heart, BSB 633000, Account # 159400746
Emma’s classes EFT to Mystate Bank Emma Miley, BSB 807009, Account # 12256977
Dani’s classes EFT to Bendigo Bank Danielle Fox, BSB 633000, Account # 132623133
Jo’s classes EFT to: NAB Jo Hall, BSB 082309, Account # 169716063
Meredith’s classes EFT to: NAB Meredith Izon 082674, Account # 646126403
Mylou’s classes EFT to: Investec, M. Evans, BSB: 951200, Account # 012417736
What does it mean when a class is indicated to be full?
When class is listed as full it indicates that all the places for term enrollment are allocated, however there are still 2 casual places available on a first come, first served basis so please feel free to come along.
Waiting Lists for classes:
If you would like to enrol in a class which is full, you can add your name to a waiting list by clicking the online link and submit your details.
How do I enrol for the next session of classes?
You can enrol the the next session of classes by clicking on the link. The link will take you to an online form which, once submitted will be put on a list for us to access when we are next checking enrolments. We check the lists frequently a couple of weeks prior to a new term starting. If you enrol after the term has started there may be some delay in our response. At the end of the term current students will be given the option to re-enrol. If you are on a waiting list for a class listed as full you will be offered any available spaces before new online enrolments.
Are casual places available in classes?
There are usually casual spaces available in each class even if the class shows as being full. We cannot prebook casual places, so feel free to just come along. Casual places are assigned on a first come, first served basis.
How is Class structured?
In a 90 minute class usually we begin sitting for the first 5 – 10 minutes, inquiring into, and inviting the natural breath as a way to centre ourselves inside. We have the opportunity to bring ourselves fully present, reflect on our intentions, infuse meaning into our practice. Practice of asana or yoga postures offer mindful movements of body and breath to increase flexibility, core strength and energy. Each class is structured to offer a balanced practice. We encourage you to practice with deep respect for your own needs so our yoga becomes a safe and full expression from the inside out.
The last 10 - 15 minutes of a 90 minute class is devoted to Restorative Yoga and/or deep relaxation. The proportion of beginning and ending time is slightly less for the 75 minute and 60 minute and 45 minute classes.
What is the difference between the 5 week Foundations Course and the Foundation level classes?
The difference between the course and the ongoing classes is that the 5 week course offers an introduction in a structured way. The course stands alone as a rounded experience and everyone begins and ends at the same time. The people who enrol in the course are usually either new to yoga, returning after a break, or wanting a course format which gives them an entry into classes in a way that they know most people there are also new to the practice and they will get the information to allow them to feel comfortable and gain the information and tools to confidently come to ongoing classes or make a home practice safe and effective. The Foundation level ongoing classes are generally a mixture of people with more and less experience. Some Foundation classes have people there who have been attending for many years, some may have just started that term. The Foundation level classes are designed to meet the needs of a diverse group and are also designed to offer options as far as challenge goes. The Foundation classes do not sequentially offer the principles of alignment in the way that the 5 week course does, but they certainly do offer instruction in alignment and action in postures.
Explore the foundations of alignment and essential elements of a yoga practice including a wide range of yoga postures, breathing practices, meditation and relaxation in a safe and supportive setting. A great place to begin if you have little or no yoga experience or are looking for a gentler session.
An ongoing exploration and immersion into the art and science of yoga through a wider range of postures and deeper enquiry into the universal principles of alignment. Most appropriate for students with some yoga experience and ongoing students. We suggest you have at least one term of ‘Foundation’ level classes (or equivalent e.g. another yoga style) before signing up for Deepening level classes.
Expand your yoga experience with a wider variety of practices including asana, pranayama, chanting, philosophy, meditation and relaxation. Appropriate for students who have previously explored foundations and/or deepening classes and want to expand their practice further.
Enjoy yoga in the middle of your day! These classes are suitable for all students, whether you are new to yoga or more practiced.
Nurture and balance your mind, body and spirit with this gentle yoga practice ideally suited for pregnant women.