Weekly Timetable

Our experienced teachers can assist everyone practice safely and effectively. Arrive a few minutes before class to let us know if you have any health concerns or injuries.

Second Thursday of each month. Special Event Class. This class must be booked and pre paid.  It is offered for existing students of the studio.  The class is followed by a shared meal. February to June class focus is on restorative asana and pranayama (breath work).

9:00AMRecovery from illness or injury
9.30 - 11.00am
Teacher - Vera
All Levels
9.30 - 11.00am
Teacher - Polly
11:00AMRecovery from illness or injury
11.00 - 12.30pm
Teacher - Polly
4:00PM2nd Thursday of each month: special event

4.30 - 7.30pm
Teacher Polly
5:00 PMAll Levels
5.15 - 6.45pm
Teacher - Polly


Students are encouraged to attend using a class card system. A 5 class card is $115 or a 10 class card is $200.
Cards will be valid for 5 weeks only. Student can also attend on a casual basis for $25 per class. Payment is either by direct deposit into our account (bank information is provided when you click the links provided) or cash.

Single Class


1 x 90 minute class

5 Class Card


5x 90 minute classes
Valid for 5 weeks from first use Attend one or more classes per week

10 Class Card


10 x 90 minute classes
Valid for 5 weeks from first use
Attend 2 or more classes per week

Our Teachers


“I have been devoted to teaching for more than 20 years and I continue to be excited for students. People who practice yoga literally feel more alive. They build physical energy and become more creative and happier. Yoga sparks something inside of people. It wakes them up and shows them a deeper and more exciting part of themselves.” Polly has over 30 years of personal practice experience and first qualified with the International Yoga teachers Association in 2001. She later focused her training in the Iyengar method of practice and holds a senior level 3 teaching certificate with Iyengar Yoga Australia.


“Yoga works through the physical body. In the Iyengar Yoga tradition, the practice invites the mind to pay attention and become quiet. When the mind is quiet the body can respond rather than react. This is the key to a nourishing practice. It is also the key to aging with confidence and living a life of purpose and peace. Every action, every moment of life has meaning. This is what inspires me to teach.” Vera is a long-term practitioner of Yoga and began teaching when she retired from Community Health nursing in 2013. Vera qualified with the International Yoga Teachers Association in 2014 and achieved Level 1 certification with Iyengar Yoga Australia in 2019.


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