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The Monthly Schedule is always shown one month in advance, however, who is teaching what particular class for the following month is only updated in the last week of the current month. You can view the Weekly Timetable here. Class definitions are here.

For a Quick Guide to classes please click here.

Please note the Schedule is confirmed around the 25th of the previous month, until then the teachers indicated for classes in the following month are not confirmed.

Should this schedule note look correct in your browser, you can view it in the latest edition of Calm & Bendy.

Monday, 14th Apr
09:30      to
10:45
Restorative
09:30      to
11:00
Yoga Perk Up
19:30      to
21:00
Adv Beginner
20:00      to
21:15
Yin/Yang
Tuesday, 15th Apr
07:00      to
08:00
Yoga Express
09:30      to
11:00
Beginner 101
10:00      to
11:15
Yoga Pilates
18:00      to
19:15
Yin
19:30      to
21:00
Beginners
19:45      to
20:45
Pilates
Wednesday, 16th Apr
09:30      to
11:00
Beginners
09:30      to
10:30
Core Flow
19:30      to
21:00
Adv Beginner
20:00      to
21:15
Restorative
Thursday, 17th Apr
09:30      to
10:45
Tranquilizer
09:30      to
11:00
Adv Beginner
18:30      to
19:30
Pilates
19:30      to
21:00
Beginner
20:00      to
21:15
Adv Beginner
Friday, 18th Apr
09:30      to
10:30
Pilates
09:30      to
11:00
Soft & Gentle
18:30      to
19:30
Yoga Express
Saturday, 19th Apr
08:30      to
09:30
Yoga Express
09:00      to
10:30
Yoga Perk Up!
10:00      to
11:30
Adv Beginner
11:00      to
12:30
Beginner
11:45      to
12:45
Yoga for IP
16:30      to
18:00
Yin/Yang
Sunday, 20th Apr
08:30      to
09:30
Yoga Express
09:00      to
10:30
Beginner

 

Please Note:

  • booking is essential for all classes
  • please arrive 5 to 10 minutes before class, door opens 15 minutes before each class
  • the Schedule may change, so do check this website for updates
  • we reserve the right to charge for late cancellations
  • the Schedule is confirmed around the 25th of the previous month, until then the teachers indicated for classes in the following month are not confirmed

 

Class Definitions:

  • Advanced Beginner classes are for experienced beginners wanting more of a challenging class (some yoga experience is assumed), these classes give more of a strength and cardio workout. Suitable for those with yoga experience.
  • All-Levels Express Pressed for time but not an early riser? Join this noon-time class for a 75 session which will have you ready for your lunch date at 1.30! This class is aimed at all-levels and will be tailored to the needs of whoever is attending. Suitable for everyone.
  • Beginner classes are for complete novices or those seeking a lighter workout, you can join these classes regardless of your level of experience. More time is spent on how poses are done and on how to activate the body. Suitable for everyone.
  • Core Flow classes are multi-level classes (but not for complete novices). It comprises of a yoga class which targets building your core muscles – sign up for honing and toning! Suitable for those with some yoga experience and wanting a work-out.
  • Pilates is an outstanding form of exercise which works on toning your key muscle groups. Excellent for building a strong, toned body but also essential for those looking to ensure a healthy, strong back and abs. Suitable for everyone except pregnant women and post-natal pre-12 weeks after C-section.
  • Restorative classes are more energetic than Yin but more energising rather than exhausting. They will focus on poses which invigorate your immune system, stretch out the aches and pains of the week and increase circulation throughout your body. Suitable for everyone.
  • Spotlight Classes are normal classes but with specific focus on one aspect of yoga (or other interesting topics) with greater student / teacher interaction.
  • Tranquiliser If you are suffering from stress, tight and tired muscles, this is the class to take refuge in: the Tranquilliser. Consisting of a yin practice and a guided, deep relaxation (yoga nidra), treat body and mind to a fabulous rejuvenation. Suitable for absolutely EVERYONE!
  • Vinyasa Flow is a strong class which builds up your cardio fitness and tones your body. A beautiful practice much loved by all who practice it! Suitable for more experienced yogi’s or those with some experience but who are fit.
  • Workshops are for anyone wanting to learn why and not just how. Two hours long, these classes take an in-depth look at various aspects of yoga (or other interesting topics).
  • Yin classes involve deep stretches which open the body and work the internal organs, suitable for all levels and excellent for anyone wanting to improve their flexibility. Yin classes are more calming and are less strenuous than other classes which also makes them perfect for those with special conditions or injuries. Suitable for everyone.
  • Yin/Yang Get the best of both worlds: yin and yang (flexibility and strength) at our Yin/Yang classes. Usually structured with a workout for the first half of the class followed by a yin practice for the second half, these classes tone you up and then stretch you out. Monday class suitable for everyone, Saturday class assumes a bit of yoga experience. 
  • Yoga Perk-Up is a fun-filled class which works on toning your body – especially those abs, butt and  thighs! Suitable for those with some yoga experience.
  • Yoga Pilates Reap the benefits of both these practices in one session: a yoga practice followed by Pilates exercises: a comprehensive workout for the whole body but with the core benefits that Pilates brings. Suitable for everyone except pregnant women and post-natal pre 12 weeks after C-section.
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