Our classes are suitable for all levels of experience, including beginners.
Each helps develop practice progressively. No class is the same, and each teaches new skills towards better understanding of yoga.
We hold 5 week introductory courses to for those who are new to practice.
It's a foundation course where you will learn how to practice mindfully and effectively to help improve your flexibility, strength and balance, relax your body and mind, improve posture and body awareness.
We recommend to do at least five weeks of Introductory classes (Intro/Foundation class on the timetable) before joining our general classes. You can start any time.
Once you've decided which class you would like to sign up for, find the class on the booking calendar to register.
This class is for those who are new to yoga or the Iyengar yoga method. These introductory classes are designed to teach the foundations of the practice with the emphasis on standing poses. Forward bends, simple backbends and inversions are also introduced.
Our teachers are well trained and experienced to guide new students through their first yoga experience, and the teaching method progressively builds solid foundation of practice.
You don’t have to be flexible, any particular age or fitness level to begin. Your commitment to a regular weekly class is more important than your ability or flexibility to get you started on your yoga path.
This class is for students with some yoga experience and explores a wider variety of yoga poses, including inversions. In general classes we learn to ignite action in the poses to develop a deeper understanding of the practice.
This class is for experienced Iyengar yoga students who have been regularly attending our General classes for a while. It will cover advanced poses such as Sirsasana (headstand) and more intense backbends. Participants should have a solid foundation in Iyengar yoga and a regular practice to fully benefit from this class.
Coming to a Class
Please arrive at least 5 minutes before the class and inform the teacher if you are pregnant, or have any health issues or injuries.
What to bring?
Bring your own mat if you have one. If you don't have a mat, you are welcome to use studio mat and clean it after the class with sanitiser provided.
We also have yoga equipment for sale at the studio.
What to wear?
Please wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. Shorts or leggings work well. Baggy clothes are not recommended as legs and ankles should be visible for teaching purposes.
How do I book?
You can book for our classes online, call or email us.
Allow 3 hours after large meal. A snack an hour before the class is fine. Drinking water during the class is not recommended.
Injury or illness
Please contact us to discuss.
We do not offer Pre-natal classes at our studio, but our teachers are qualified to guide pregnant women with previous yoga experience in our classes. Pregnant students can also book a private yoga session.
Please contact us to discuss.
Classes and courses at The Yoga Co. are non refundable.