- Yoga Classes
We offer drop-in and online classes for practitioners of all levels. Feel free to explore which of our yoga classes is the best fit for you!
The Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre is a registered charity. Annual or life membership entitles you to reduced prices on classes, courses, workshops and retreats. Multi-class and unlimited class passes are also available at excellent discounts.
Helpful information for first time visitors to the Centre and new practitioners. Learn more about the practical aspects of a yoga class: the before, the after, and the actual classes themselves. Make the best out of your experience.
Are you past the basics and ready to incorporate more dynamic postures and variations into your yoga practice? Take your practice to the next level in the intermediate yoga class.
Do you have a regular, well-established yoga practice and have you developed strength and flexibility in your postures? This class (Fridays only) will keep you challenged by guiding you through more advanced postures and extended pranayama practice.
If you are over 60 and would like to take up yoga, the gentle class is the place to start. The body has incredible regenerative powers and even after a short time of practising gentle postures, we feel rejuvenated, sleep better and have more energy.
Come to unwind, rejuvenate and enjoy a gentle approach to yoga. This class focusses on releasing tensions, gently works towards increased flexibility and strength and allows you to experience deep relaxation.
This class consists of classical yoga exercises adapted for pregnancy - yoga postures, breathing exercises and relaxation techniques to help the mind and body adapt to pregnancy, prepare for labour and adjust to a new life. No prior yoga experience is necessary.
Children who learn yoga at an early age have a healthy head start in life. This class offers a joyful practice for children between 7 and 12 and includes postures, breathing, relaxation, meditation, chanting and storytelling - and lots and lots of fun.
The headstand is often known as “King of the Asanas” because of its remarkable benefits. To the surprise of many first-time students, this pose does not require any special strength or flexibility; all it takes is practice and going step-by-step.