BOOK NOW: for our next Beginners Yoga Course for 2020 starting on the 2nd of May. 

warrior 1 class_smPowerful foundations for a transformational practice.  New to yoga?  Familiar, but need a refresher?  “Return beginners” are always welcome!

This course runs twice weekly over 3 weeks (Saturdays and Tuesday evenings) in order to bring a substantial and noticeable transformation. 2nd – 19th of May 2020. Beginners’ Yoga Courses fill up fast – usually weeks before commencing – so book early.

We cover the essentials of a safe and effective yoga practice and introduce you to the key elements – yoga postures, breathing, meditation and deep relaxation.
Students who complete one of our beginners’ courses can feel confident to participate in the majority of Dunedin Yoga Studio’s regular classes.

*NB: Beginners’ Course graduates are also eligible to get our “newcomer” deal at the end of the course: $39 for 3 weeks of unlimited classes to work on what you’ve learned!

May 2020 course:

Dates: 2nd – 19th of May 2020
Saturdays 4:00 – 5:30pm, Tuesdays 6:45 – 8:00pm
Cost: $90 (includes 1 complimentary regular class)

Bookings essential:


16 thoughts on “Beginners

  1. Hi there, I have been doing yoga sporadically on my own for the past year or so, I would say I’m slightly above a beginner, do you think the Traditional Hatha Yoga class would be suitable? How advanced is it? I was keen to do the beginners classes first but unfortunately my partner is whisking me away for the weekend of the 27th, so I would miss the first class 😦

    • Dear Nads,
      Firstly, if you missed the first beginner’s class you would still be fine to do the rest of the course. If you forewarn us of this sort of situation before the course begins we would get you a handout from the first class and make sure you had another make-up class for no extra cost. Secondly, the Traditional Hatha Yoga class is appropriate for Any Body. It is very breath-centred and leaves one feeling serene! Feel free to ask us any other quesitons. Namaste, Rhys

  2. Hi there, I am interested in starting yoga but can not make it to the beginners course. Would I be fine going along to the normal classes?

    • Dear Mallory, Many people start straight into our classes – I’ve emailed you directly to ask more details about you in order to recommend wher to begin! Namaste, Rhys

  3. Hi there,

    I’m interested in doing this course but I work until 5pm every Saturday so I wouldn’t be able to attend half the classes. Is it still possible for me to attend the course? And if so do you still have spaces for the course starting on 21st July?I

  4. Hi I am interested in finding out more information about your next course. I am away on holiday and back mid September. Is there a new class starting then?

    • Kia ora Lana, yes the next Beginners’ Yoga Course runs the 29th of September – 16th of October. Please email us if you’d like to book and I’ll send you the payment details. Namaste, Rhys

  5. Hello, could you please tell me if there are any spaces left for the Beginners course due to start on the 8th June 2019? Many thanks, Kiri Hill

  6. Hey guys. I would love to attend this class of possible this year. It would be my first time at yoga I have always wanted to do this for years but never Had the courage to apply 😁. The time to start doing thing for myself

    Denise Beloe

  7. Are there any spaces available on the beginners course in February if so how do I sign up!

    • Kia ora Ellie, Rhys Latton here. The March Beginners Yoga Course runs from teh 21st of March – 7th of April. We’re taking bookings for this now – if you’d like to email us I’ll send you the course and booking details. Namaste, Rhys

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