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Sindy has trained in a wide range of yoga styles including Bikram and with Stewart Gilchrist, and has been teaching for over 10 years. She incorporates her vast knowledge into each class and strives to make each practitioner feel safe and welcome, with variations given to suit all.
Wake up gently and mindfully with Kat with this short morning routine, bringing awareness and attention to your body and your surroundings. Starting from the feet and moving up, you will awaken your body bit by bit until you emerge standing, ready to start your day.
This fun and playful class with Arianna includes arm balances such as crow, pincha and complete balances like skandasana, eagle, headstand and full moon pose. Culminate in a series of backbend variations to wind yourself down to final resting pose.
Pranayama, meditation and reflection upon current events and the state of the world are regular features in his classes. Expect to be asked to strictly adhere to traditional yogic breathing techniques and postures, and to be challenged beyond what you may have experienced in previous classes!
Hatha Raja is holistic in its ability to calm and soothe both body and mind. This class commences with recognition and awareness of the full body and breath before slowly flowing through a complete body stretch.
Many people fear Dharma Yoga, with it’s advanced and dynamic sequences, rife with arm balances, backbends and inversions. Alix however has a gentle approach to the practice and makes it accessible to all except complete beginners.
Originally trained in Bikram Yoga, Michael is a firm favourite of the Power Hour community, combining an addictive mix of traditional yogic philosophy with anatomy-based insight into how to work towards poses you didn’t think possible.
This fun and dynamic lunar flow commences with some juicy hip-opening moon salutations with progressive additions. This energising flow is great for those of you who enjoy mandala yoga as well as any vinyasa yoga.
This class with Kat explores the theme of security, stability and safety. In Yin Yoga, you will hold the poses for several minutes at a time, so there is an opportunity to explore your relationship to safety and security, and how you are feeling in the present moment.
Clare is an experienced teacher who has been working at Indaba longer than most staff members! A firm favourite of the Power Hour yogis, Clare is incredible at holding space for every practitioner and offering options and variations for whatever mood you find yourself today.
Amanda’s classes are a moving meditation, an opportunity to focus, control and regulate the breath and combine it with dynamic movement. Variations are offered to suit practitioners apart from absolute beginners.
Originally trained in Bikram Yoga, Michael is a firm favourite of the Indaba community, combining an addictive mix of traditional yogic philosophy with anatomy-based insight into how to work towards poses you didn’t think possible.
Stewart’s Yogasana classes involve a fast-paced and energising flow, incorporating opportunities for arm balances and inversions. Stewart is an advanced teacher and has studied many lineages of yoga and his teaching method reflects this.
Clare is an experienced teacher who has been working at Indaba longer than most staff members! A favourite of the Power Hour yogis, Clare is incredible at holding space for every practitioner and offering options and variations for whatever mood you find yourself today.
Originally trained in Bikram Yoga, Michael is a firm favourite of the Power Hour community, combining an addictive mix of traditional yogic philosophy with anatomy-based insight into how to work towards poses you didn’t think possible.
Sindy has trained in a wide range of yoga styles including Bikram and with Stewart Gilchrist, and has been teaching for over 10 years. She incorporates her vast knowledge into each class and strives to make each practitioner feel safe and welcome, with variations given to suit all.
Enjoy this gentle exploration of your body as you stretch through the whole body. Aim in this practice not to attain new advanced postures, but to feel intensely how your body is and how it moves. You can expect to leave this class feeling relaxed, reset and ready to go about your day.
Stewart’s Yogasana classes involve a fast-paced and energising flow, incorporating opportunities for arm balances and inversions. Stewart is an advanced teacher and has studied many lineages of yoga and his teaching method reflects this.
Originally trained in Bikram Yoga, Michael is a firm favourite of the Power Hour community, combining an addictive mix of traditional yogic philosophy with anatomy-based insight into how to work towards poses you didn’t think possible.
Sabina is a firm favourite of Sundays at the studio, teaching busy back-to-back classes. Her approach to Beginner’s Yoga stems from the Forrest Yoga lineage, with an emphasis on slow and precise movement with lots of modifications, verbal adjustments and alignment cues.
Many people fear Dharma Yoga, with its advanced and dynamic sequences, rife with arm balances, backbends and inversions. Alix however has a gentle approach to the practice and makes it accessible to all except beginners.
Pamela has been part of the Indaba family for many years, initially assisting her teachers, Stewart Gilchrist and Amanda Denton. Pam initially came to yoga for healing, and soon started to feel it’s limitless power and wisdom.
As a practice, Hatha Raja is holistic in its ability to calm and soothe both body and mind. This class commences with recognition and awareness of the full body and breath before slowly flowing through a complete body stretch.
Whether you have been doing yoga for a short time, or it is your first time on the mat, you are very welcome in Giulia’s class. She begins the class with traditional pranayama techniques and draws on principles from Forrest Yoga for warm-up stretches and core exercises.
Stewart’s Yogasana classes involve a fast-paced and energising flow, incorporating opportunities for arm balances and inversions. Stewart is an advanced teacher, having studied multiple lineages of yoga and his teaching methods reflect this.
Whether you have been doing yoga for some time or it is your first time on the mat, you are very welcome in Giulia’s class. She begins the class with traditional pranayama and draws on principles from Forrest Yoga for warm-up stretches and core exercises.
The Rocket is rooted in the Ashtanga Vinyasa practice so you can expect to put in place breath, bandhas and drishti to nurture a moving meditation environment. This sequence was put together by Larry Schultz to make the Ashtanga Vinyasa practice accessible, fun and with a kick of adventure.
Unless you're one of those cheery morning people who hop out of bed with the sunrise, getting up is tough. But easing into it with these morning yoga poses will help you wake up on the right side of the bed. This practice will leave you feeling open and strong!
Many people are intimidated by Dharma Yoga with it’s advanced and dynamic sequences, rife with arm balances, backbends and inversions. Alix, however, has a gentle approach to the practice and makes it accessible to all except complete beginners.