Yoga classes by style:

  • Anusara Yoga

    Anusara Yoga is all about alignment of the mind and heart, and is focused on opening you up to an awareness of the greater energy around you.

  • Ashtanga Yoga

    Ashtanga Yoga is a branch of Hatha yoga with a breathing system that invigorates the body, helping to develop a sense of well-being and groundedness in your life.

  • Bhakti Yoga

    Bhakti Yoga is the yoga of devotion. It is a spiritual yoga practice that embraces religion in whatever form that may take to you personally.

  • Bikram Yoga

    Bikram Yoga is practiced in a heated room and lasts for 90 minutes. The style consists of 26 postures designed to bring oxygen to the entire body.

  • Corporate Yoga

    Corporate Yoga offers a wonderful opportunity for work colleagues to practice yoga together. Benefits include reduced stress, improved posture and increased motivation.

  • Forrest Yoga

    Forrest Yoga is an intense and aerobic form of yoga that incorporates vigorous Vinyasa yoga poses and breathing techniques.

  • Hatha Yoga

    Hatha Yoga is a physical practice of yoga devised to harmoniously balance the physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual self.

  • Hot Yoga

    Hot Yoga is a term used to describe any practice of yoga that is performed in a heated environment. The most common type of hot yoga is Bikram.

  • Integral Yoga

    Integral Yoga is based on the traditional Hatha yoga system, with greater emphasis placed on meditation than on the physical movements of yoga.

  • Iyengar Yoga

    Iyengar Yoga is a style of Hatha yoga that focuses on alignment. Iyengar Yoga incorporates equipment such as blocks, blankets and ropes to help you achieve the correct alignment in your poses.

  • Jivamukti

    Jivamukti is a physically demanding style of yoga practice, with a strong emphasis on the intellectual aspects of yoga including scripture, chanting, meditation and music.

  • Jnana yoga

    Jnana yoga is a practice based on knowledge and questioning. Jnana yoga uses meditation with breathing techniques to help you connect to the inner self.

  • Karma yoga

    Karma yoga centres on the ideals of yoga including the cause and effect of actions. It is not only about what yoga is giving you, but also about what you are giving back to the world.

  • Kripalu Yoga

    Kripalu is a style of Hatha yoga that focuses on mindfulness, meditation and relaxation.

  • Kundalini Yoga

    Kundalini Yoga is a very ancient practice of yoga and is all about waking the dormant Kundalini at the base of the spine.

  • Mantra yoga

    Mantra yoga involves the repetition of a single word or sound to vibrate the body and to focus the mind until a state of thoughtlessness can be achieved.

  • Moksha yoga

    Moksha yoga is a hot room style of yoga founded in Toronto. The room is heated to around 37 degrees and this helps achieve deeper stretches.

  • Power Yoga

    Power Yoga is a hybrid style of yoga that combines the yoga postures that tone and strengthen, together with movement and cardio work. Power yoga may be an encompassment of a number of yoga styles.

  • Pregnancy Yoga

    Pregnancy Yoga incorporates poses which are safe to perform throughout your pregnancy. It is great for expectant mothers who want to condition and tone the body.

  • Private Yoga

    Private Yoga classes let you improve your yoga style with one on one instruction either in a studio or in your own home or workplace.

  • Raja yoga

    Raja yoga is primarily focused on the mind and spirituality. The goal is to achieve a positive, calm and peaceful state and to uncover the inner self.

  • Satyananda Yoga

    Satyananda Yoga incorporates ancient styles, postures and breathing together with meditation techniques. Satyananda yoga encourages yoga as a lifestyle rather than just a practice.

  • Tantra Yoga

    Tantra Yoga incorporates breathing, meditation and postures to awaken and engage harmony within. Tantra yoga is said to unlock restrictions on personal limitations.

  • Viniyoga

    Viniyoga is a therapeutic form of yoga that is lead by the breath. Viniyoga yoga is taught with a relaxed and less vigorous approach than many other yoga styles.

  • Vinyasa Yoga

    Vinyasa Yoga is a fluid and flowing style of yoga that is made up of a sequence of balanced poses. The Vinyasa style of yoga places a strong emphasis on the inward and outward breath.

  • Yin Yoga

    Yin Yoga is a challenging style of yoga where poses are held for a long period of time, generally 3 - 5 minutes per pose.

  • Yoga Classes

    Yoga classes offer a comfortable environment where yoga can be practiced in a group with a trained yoga instructor. Whether youÍre beginner or advanced, yoga classes can help you improve and refine your practice.

  • Yoga Products

    Yoga products help you look great and feel comfortable while practicing yoga. Find yoga stores near you. Yoga mats, clothing, books and more.

  • Yoga Retreats

    Yoga retreats are the perfect place to reconnect spiritually and physically. You'll leave feeling uplifted, energised and whole.