> Our Brisbane Yoga studio locations are Ascot, New Farm & the Brisbane CBD - Locations
> No need to book for weekly classes, just show up – Timetables
> Bookings are essential for all Courses and Workshops – Events
> Beginners, we have a whole page of information especially for you - Beginners Page
> Start out with a Welcome Pass $47 for a Month of Unlimited Yoga – Passes & Prices
> We have mats, but you’ll need to bring your own mat and towel for Hot Yoga classes – Class Guidelines
> Pregnant? We have Pregnancy Yoga classes to help you have a beautiful pregnancy – Pregnancy Yoga
> More questions? Maybe someone else has already asked - FAQs
from the blog
1. Schedule it – once it’s in your diary, there’s no need to go through a time-consuming decision-making process about whether to go tonight/tomorrow or not. If it’s scheduled, go.
2. Take what you need – if you have a favourite mat/cushion/top/strap/[insert favourite thing here] then take it with you
3. Keep spare hair ties in your bag – this one’s from personal experience!
4. Always have a current pass – so if you feel like going to class on a day it isn’t scheduled, you don’t have to think about it – just head down there!
5. Practice regularly – your body will feel more comfortable during class if it hasn’t had a long break from Yoga practice
6. Use your breath – this is what turns poses into Yoga practice, everything is easier when your breath is flowing. Everything.
7. Smile at someone on your way in to class – the better you feel in class, the more enjoyable the process is
8. Give yourself time – if possible, be early to class so you have a few mins to calm your mind and rest your body before beginning
9. Talk to your teacher – if you have any injuries or challenges they will help you work around them
10. Ignore your inner bitch – you know her, the voice in your head saying you should be better/different. You shouldn’t. You’re perfect.
11. Turn your phone off – nothing screws up a bliss-out session like a phone ringing in class. Especially if it’s yours :/
12. Listen to your teacher – those alignment cues she’s giving you are not dares or orders, they’re ways you can help support your pose and refine your flexibility
What makes your Yoga practice easier? Please comment below…