Yoga Classes in Adelaide

Our Yoga Studio in O’Halloran Hill

Our approach of yoga emphasises the development of self-awareness through movement and attention to posture as well as breath. Enjoy the benefits of a fully equipped yoga studio, including all you need to feel comfortable. We like to keep our classes small to give everybody more personalised attention during the class. No matter your ability, age, injury, size or condition, our dedicated yoga instructors modify postures as required to encourage students to develop a deeper awareness and steadiness in the classic postures. 

Yoga Classes for Beginners in O’Halloran Hill and Surrounding Suburbs

We are proud of our reputation and always work hard to give everyone who comes to our centre a 5-star service.


Beginners yoga classes in Adelaide






Adelaide yoga for beginners


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Price Guide?

Casual Yoga Class is $25.00

Pass of 4 Classes is $92.00

Pass of 10 Classes is $200.00

Concessions may be available for valid cardholders. For more information please call the clinic on 08 8322 1788

Are Your Classes Suitable for Beginners?

Absolutely! Our classes are perfectly suited for beginners and also intermediate levels. Depending on the yoga class style you may find it a bit easier or a bit more challenging but all our classes are suitable for beginners.

What Should I Bring to Class?

Bring water to stay hydrated, a yoga mat if you have one and a towel. We have mats available for everyone if you do not have one. You may want to purchase your own mat for reasons of personal hygiene and regularity of practice. 

Do I need to be flexible?

It is a misunderstanding that you have to be flexible or strong to do yoga. We work on many levels including the body, the breath, the mind and the spirit in every class. You will find yourself becoming more flexible and strong as you continue to practice yoga.

What Class Should I Try?

It is a good idea to try different classes to get an idea of the style of yoga and teachers you like and is right for you. Flow and Vinyasa classes tend to be the more physically demanding classes, while Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga and the Restorative Yoga classes are less physically challenging.

What Should I Wear?

Athletic clothing where the instructor can have a good idea of your body alignment, and at the same time clothes that are comfortable, fast drying and do not restrict your movement.

What if I have Pain or a Previous Injury?

It is always appropriate to talk to the instructor about any existing physical conditions and concerns you have about them. Yoga benefits many people with chronic pain by helping the body regain its balance between strength and flexibility, movement and awareness. If you are under a doctor’s care for an acute situation, please be sure to discuss taking yoga classes with him or her.

Can Pregnant Women do Yoga?

Yoga can be very beneficial during pregnancy, but make sure to let your instructor know you are pregnant. Make sure to avoid twisting, inversions, pranayama, any abdominal strengthening pose and lying on your belly. Remember, balancing poses may get tougher as you progress in your pregnancy so use the wall or blocks to keep yourself balanced and stay in the pose longer. Make sure to drink plenty of water and take bathroom breaks whenever needed.