Yoga Class Descriptions

Classes available for all levels – from beginners to advanced.


This class is suitable for beginners and all students who enjoy a slower paced class.

This class explores the common and foundational poses of yoga, to help students understand how to achieve these poses safely and successfully in their practice. Most classes include some gentle movement linked with breath, some static poses to help you explore alignment in your body, as well as a deep relaxation to finish the class and integrate what you learnt and experienced. Expect to move and feel your body, quiet your mind and feel refreshed and energised afterwards.

Class Times: Tuesday 5:15pm, Wednesday 8:00am & Thursday 9:30am


General Yoga

This class is suitable for beginners to experienced students, as the teachers will provide variations and modifications to suit all student needs.

This is a moderately paced class including a mixture of dynamic flowing postures, static poses, strength building, mobility and flexibility. Breath is an important aspect of this class and is included during the postures and often during meditation. Expect to expand your awareness during this class, and understand your body, breath, mind and spirit in an intimate and practical way.

Class Times: Monday 6:00am, Monday 9:00am, Monday 5:15pm, Tuesday 6:00am, Thursday 6:00am, Thursday 5:15pm, Friday 9:00am & Saturday 9:00am



This class is suitable for students with yoga experience.

Experienced yoga is a dynamic, vinyasa style class which builds strength, enhances mobility, aids concentration and channels energy/prana. We explore some of the more advanced postures such as inversions and arm balances, as well as delve into techniques such as bandhas, pranayama and meditation. Enjoy a workout for body, breath, mind and spirit.

Class Times: Wednesday 5:15pm & Saturday 7:00am


Body Breath Mind

“Body Breath Mind” is suitable for beginners to experienced students.

This class is an equal mixture of postures, breathing and meditation. Consider this a delicious, mindful, moving meditation. Gentle movement will prepare the body for deep breathing practices, as well as a variety of meditations to help heal and soothe the mind. One of the keys to a happy and healthy life, is a regular practice of meditation, and this class is a perfect way to introduce you to meditation or to deepen your existing meditation practice.

Class Times: Tuesday 6:30pm, Wednesday 9:30am



This class is suitable for beginners to experienced students, as well as those with injuries, lack of mobility and pregnant women.

Restore classes are slow in pace and include some gentle movement to release tension and unconscious holding patterns in the body. Yoga props are used in restorative postures to help support the body and give you the chance to fully unwind and heal. Breathing is often used as a way to focus the mind, re-energise the body and truly allow you to rest, relax and be restored.

Class Times: Tuesday 8:00am & Wednesday 6:30pm



During this meditation class, a variety of techniques are shared to train us in the art of focusing our mind. Once the mind is still and quiet, we have the opportunity to see clearly, free from judgement, and to live more fully in the present moment. Most participants sit in a chair, as a comfortable body is important so that the mind isn’t distracted. Bolsters and mats are available too, if you prefer sitting on the floor. Click here for more information about the style of meditation we share and a FREE meditation you can download.

Class times: Monday 6:30pm & Friday 6pm


Specialised Workshops

The Thursday 6:30pm time slot is set aside for specialised workshops throughout the year. Every month will be a different topic. These workshops require bookings for the whole month, and are not included as part of a regular membership. Check the Events page for details of current workshop running, including the variety of weekend workshops which are run at Living Peace Yoga.

“Yoga is a light, which once lit will never dim.

The better your practice, the brighter your flame.”

B.K.S. Iyengar