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Our yoga classes are designed to meet the needs of all of our students. Whilst some classes like the Gentle Yoga as well as Restorative Yin or Restorative Yoga are geared to deeply relax both muscles, connective tissue and the nervous system, other classes like Yoga tor all levels, Hatha, Vinyasa and Flow classes are more geared to stimulate circulation, strength and energy. The Yoga Foundation class is somewhere in between, able to both stimulate and relax and is particularly useful for students new to yoga.

restorative yin yoga


This class is designed to deeply relax the whole person, muscles, mind and nervous system.

Enter a state of meditative bliss through the use of supportive props, slow transitions, and long holds. There is an emphasis on ease and comfort yet also on experiencing deep stretches resulting from “letting go”. The style is gentle and suitable for all levels and particularly helpful with stress and tension release. The word “restorative” indicates that the body will have an opportunity to self-heal and re-energize from this practice.

The class is suitable for all students especially those seeking deep relaxation, deep stretches, recovery, and restoration.

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Asana Pranayama Meditation are three tools of eight limbs of Hatha Yoga and this class is designed for mixed level participants. It greatly benefits everyone and is recommended for those with anxiety and depression issues, suitable for seniors too.

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This class is designed to develop strength, flexibility, bodily relaxation, and mental concentration. The teacher guides the participants to slowly and deliberately into different yoga postures that challenge your strength and flexibility.


Just the right class for complete beginners as well as those seeking a gentler more educational yoga class. It helps understand the basics of yoga and its usefulness in daily life. The foundation learning will assist in progressing to more advanced yoga classes offered by Mystique Moksha.

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Practicing yoga together, playing yogic games for improving memory, reflex actions and coordination with a fun element. Also sharing interesting informative stories to inculcate courage and understanding to handle the challenges of life. Our Parent-child yoga class gives the opportunity to strengthen their bond and empathise each other.

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Age brings its own set of challenges for everyone. It is important for our senior citizens to maintain strength and flexibility without too much pressure on the body. The Mystique Moksha Yoga package for Seniors includes many exercises aimed at the loosening of joints and chair yoga practices. In addition, alternate nostril Pranayama energises the body and deep relaxation techniques rejuvenate the body and mind.

book yoga class for hatha office offset


It is a simple session to destress the mind and nervous system and to offset the mechanical damage of our modern, tech dominant work days. Ideal for anyone office based, working at a desk for hours or even sitting and driving for extended periods of time. We will focus on key areas such as neck, shoulders, hands, wrists, lower back, tight hips, psoas muscle and hamstrings. This session is structured so that these key areas are treated consistently.

book yoga class for mums & bubs


Being a new mum is challenging, whether you are a newcomer or a veteran. This class ticks all the boxes for new mums, mingling with other mums, time for you, time with bub and some much needed nervous system regulation. The class will begin with breathwork, gentle stretches and you will be guided through restorative poses and finally a guided meditation to send you home in a balanced and blissful state.

We have cosy chairs in a private nook for breast-feeding, a baby change table in the bathroom and a selection of convenient cafes for an after-class tea or coffee!

book yoga class for hatha flow & yin


This class is a fusion of Hatha flow and gentle yin stretches. This balancing class will strengthen and tone the muscles in your body as well as releasing the deeper layers of connective tissues. The integration of these two styles we leave you feeling refreshed and feeling centred.

teacher only asana


This class is open to teachers or those training to become teachers and MM volunteers. They are designed to extend your own practice, which is sometimes sacrificed when you are teaching many classes, as well as improve your teaching skill sets. The session includes the philosophy and practice of basic yoga tools…Asana, pranayama meditation and chanting.

Each class is recognised as continuing professional development/teacher training hours by Yoga Australia and Yoga Alliance. This class requires booking and will be offered on a fortnightly basis.

book hatha yoga at home class


We understand that there many people who finish work late or live far away preventing them from physically coming to our studios. Recognising this we have decided to introduce an online only classes, which offers all the benefits of a guided practice but suited to people who can’t meet other class timings.

The session will help relieve any stress and tension accumulated in the body with gentle flow and short holds of the postures focusing on flexibility and strengthening. Ending the session with savasana and/or short guided meditation.


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What is Yoga?

Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in ancient India. The word ‘yoga’ originates from the Sanskrit word Yuj, meaning join, yoke, or unite. Yoga is a method of getting a balanced body and a relaxed mind. It includes the breathing activities called pranayama and the physical act of yoga stances called asanas (yoga poses). Yoga likewise incorporates contemplation, self-examination, and knowledge of yoga philosophy.

What are the advantages of yoga?

Yoga can be highly beneficial for those who practice it regularly since it makes our body flexible, powerful, conditioned, and stable. Yoga energizes the body and improves digestion and breathing as well as strengthens the heart and circulatory system. These are just some of the physical benefits of Yoga. By enabling us to concentrate on our energy and empowers confidence within our body, Yoga techniques can support spiritual growth by teaching us how to maintain a sense of calm in difficult situations and understanding compassion towards other people.  

How frequently should I practice yoga?

Many people start with 2-3 classes a week, working towards a daily routine with Yoga. In many cases, you can notice significant differences in your body just after a week of regular yoga practice. If possible, start with two to three sessions a week and work out a plan with your teacher on how to build it into your daily routine.

I have a health condition. Can I do yoga?

Numerous individuals practice yoga as an approach to dealing with their health concerns. There are a variety of yoga classes and asanas to address and work with various physical conditions. However, it is always a good idea consult a physiotherapist or yoga trainer to explain your health concerns and see how to best move forward.

Articles on Yoga

What is Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is the most common type of yoga people do in the western world today. Hatha places special emphasis on slow, measured movements and mindfulness. Generally, the term hatha yoga is used for any type of yoga that combines poses (asanas) with controlled breathing (pranayama). The Yogi usually holds a pause for several breaths.

Benefits of Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is an exercise that uses breathing techniques and physical postures to develop a better connection between the mind, body and spirit. The word HATHA itself is made up of 2 words: “HA” meaning sun and “THA” meaning moon. The sun is the positive current in our body and the moon is the negative current. Hatha is the balance between the negative and positive.

5 Yoga Asanas (Poses)

Practised for over 4000 years, yoga is a collection of different slow and fast exercise routines and numerous poses (asanas). In this article, we will focus on 5 well-known yoga poses:

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