• Yoga


    Iyengar Yoga, named after and developed by B. K. S. Iyengar, is a form of Hatha Yoga that has an emphasis on detail, precision and alignment in the performance of posture (asana) and breath control (pranayama). The development of strength, mobility and stability is gained through the asanas.


    Hatha is a gentle and basic yoga class that focuses on slower-paced stretching with some basic pranayama breathing exercises as well as incorporated meditation practice throughout. This class is a good place to learn beginners poses, relaxation techniques, and become comfortable with Yoga.


    Yin Yoga works on the deep tissues of the body with relaxed muscles and breath work while holding poses for 3-5 min. The many benefits of Yin Yoga are an increase in flexibility & energy flow, decrease joint stiffness, alleviate back & hip pain, improve sleep, relieve stress and help to quieten your mind & find inner peace.


    Akhanda Yoga is a traditional & holistic approach to yoga. It is a complete balanced practice of asana (posture), pranayama (breath), meditation, mantra, relaxation and readings on the yogic life style & philosophy.

Dani – Hatha Yoga

Namaste. My name is Dani

The yogic path has been one that I have followed since a young girl. Meditation and philosophy greatly inspired my way of life. The physical practise of Asana followed in my late teen years and I have experienced the great joy and benefits since. I am dedicated to my daily disciples and love to share this path and journey with everybody!

My class offers a safe and open space in which students can explore all aspects of yoga. I incorporate pranayama (breath work), mantra chanting, meditation and asana during class.

See you on the Mat!

Alicia – Akhanda Yoga

Namaste My Name is Alicia.

I was lucky enough to be introduced to yoga at a young age, spending afternoons watching my Mother and Aunties practice yoga in the tropical heat of Darwin in the back yard on old blankets. As an Adult I practiced many styles of yoga for over 9 years to overcome mental health issues. I stumbled into my first Akhanda class and knew this was where I was supposed to be. This holistic practice helped me heal and become whole.

I have been practicing for over 7 years and Akhanda yoga is now and will always be, a big part of my life. This has inspired me to go further with my practices and complete my 250 hours of Akhanda teacher training under my teacher and mentor Emmanuelle Brown, which has been life changing.

As an Akhanda Yoga teacher, I bring a nurturing, honest and playful teaching style to my classes. After many years of working in Community organisations, I look to bring people closer together in the Community through and beyond my practice

Fiona – Vinyasa Yoga

Fiona has been teaching Yoga for 6 years, she is trained in every
style of Yoga and was trained by Australia’s leading and renowned Yoga teacher Kate Pell.

Fiona has also studied Yoga internationally in India, learning the deeper understanding of yoga’s eight fold path. This study lead to future developments in yoga, including yin, inversions and baby yoga.

She also is a trained Posturologist, correcting postural issues
through Acupuncture, Remedial Massage, Yoga, Pilates, Laser and cupping etc.

Fiona deeply believes in the health of the body and mind, which she has become a focus of her life.She believes Yoga is a light, which once is lit, will never dim.

The better your yoga practice, the brighter the flame within.

Tracie – Iyengar & Yin Yoga

Tracie is a certified 250hr Yin Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance USA & holds a Diploma of Meditation with Yoga Alliance Australia.

She has been both teaching at a number of Yoga Studios & private yoga lessons assisting people with problem areas of the body especially assisting with pain & tension of the hips & spine.

Her Aged Care & disability teaching has armed her with an extensive understanding of the body & the effects of age & illness.

Her style of teaching harnesses relaxation & the importance of breath & presence, creating inner peace & self-respect to reap the benefits of Yoga harmony.