Body Bliss Wellbeing

Summer Program: 16 Jan to 11 Feb
Cost $120 per class
(1 class per week)

• Term 1: 13 Feb to 22 April / Cost $290 per class (1 class per week)

•  Combo Summer Program + Term 1: $380 per class (1 class per week)

•Yoga & Mindfulness Membership - Unlimited classes* for $48 per week
Min 3 months - T&C's apply.

Monday 8pm - Beginners
Wednesday 9.15am
Wednesday 6.45pm
Wednesday 8pm (Slow Flow)
Saturday 9am (Dynamic)

*Alternatively classes can be prorated at $35 per class from your first week to the end of term .


Terms and Conditions apply

Bookings required Email us
or call us on 03 9510 8803

Other payment options:
(*1st class only as casual)

• YOGA 4 CLASS PASS:: $140

Valid for 4 classes in 4 wks

^TERMS OF PURCHASE::Available for general classes only - not courses or workshops - Subject to numbers - Bookings highly recommended.


Body Bliss Yoga is a dynamic Hatha Yoga class, you will learn to connect movement and breath while going through the yoga asanas (postures) and learning to align your body while allowing it to relax into the sequences. This refined asana workout will help you to find equilibrium in body, calmness in mind & elevation of spirit while also strengthening and toning your entire body.

Body Bliss Yoga classes:

Beginners: Yoga & Breathing basics - Small group max 8.

General Class: Expect a workout with an emphasis on flowing through the yoga postures & deep breathing. In this class you will practice the postures with particular attention to the alignment of your body and connecting with your breath. There is emphasis on strengthening, posture awareness & deep breathing.

Slow Flow Class: Slow alignment focused class concentrating on deepening into the postures with awareness of breathing.

What is Yoga?

The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj, means to yoke or bind.

Yoga is a method of discipline which brings together Body, Mind and Spirit.

Yoga is a tradition and a science with roots in ancient India that has evolved over centuries to embrace the wisdom of many places and times.

The Indian sage Patanjali is believed to have collated the practice of yoga into the Yoga Sutra an estimated 2,000 years ago. The Sutra is a collection of 195 statements that serves as a philosophical guidebook for most of the yoga that is practiced today.     It also outlines eight limbs of yoga: the yamas (restraints), niyamas (observances), asana (postures), pranayama (breathing), pratyahara (withdrawal of senses), dharana (concentration), dhyani (meditation), and samadhi (connection to our infinite source)). As we explore these eight limbs, we begin to refine our behaviour in the outer world, and then we focus inwardly until we reach samadhi (experiencing liberation, enlightenment).

Throughout history, the Yoga Sutra & it's wisdom has been split into various 'schools' focusing on different approach to the one wisdom.
Each school of yoga is like a branch of the same tree: the tree of the Self, this tree offers guidance on how to tune body and mind so that we can live in health and harmony.

Each branch has it's unique flavour but each is as valuable and inspiring, the many schools of yoga are a true gift to humanity!

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