Kia ora Tātou, We will close for the Matariki public holiday on Friday the 24th of June. Mauri ora!
Book your class on our interactive timetable below. If you are new to our studio, please take a minute to set up a profile with our booking system. Currently, you do not need to pay in order to book.
If you have any queries, contact Rhys on 021879007.
Covid 19 protocols: Please wear a mask when entering or leaving the Dunedin Yoga Studio (masks are removed to practice yoga).
Blessings & Namaste
Our four styles of Yoga
Hatha yoga ~ restorative and nourishing.
Relax body and mind with this blissful restorative yoga practice. Breath-focused, gentle movements balance anxiety and stress to leave you in a state of deep rest and expansiveness. Working within a normal range of movement, this is a class for every body. All Hatha classes are 60 minutes.
Yoga Foundations ~ focused and transformative
Build the correct foundations for your yoga practice. With clear, structured sequences, safe alignment and deep muscular heat, you will develop strength, balance and flexibility. Yoga Foundations teaches the body/mind a new way of being — tall, light, strong and energised. An ideal core class for all levels.
Vinyasa Flow ~ dynamic and energising
Vinyasa means movement connected to breath. This flowing class emphasises the pranic body-mind-breath connection. Challenge your balance, strength and length in this graceful and fluid practice.
Vinyasa Express ~ early morning or lunchtime energiser
This shorter 50 minute vinyasa class are guaranteed to infuse energy and focus and harmony to your working day.
Tuesday evenings at the Macandrew Bay Scout Hall, this open level community class is an offering for our local Peninsula community and is suitable for all levels. New comers always welcome. Mats available.
Our teachers are skilled in adjusting postures for different ability levels.
From Hatha to Foundations to Vinyasa the physical intensity increases, but we keep the same principles of practice in all classes.
Our modalities are designed to fit together – they all work the elements of yoga. We encourage all students to do more than one modality in their regular practice to benefit from different approaches.