Sign up today for our 8 Week Introduction course – starting soon. No previous experience required. Open to all ages and levels of well being.

Casual attendance to classes welcome – no need to book.

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Timetable and Fees

We offer a broad range of options for students who are starting off on their yoga journey to those who are experienced practitioners.  Discounts available.

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About Yoga

Find out more information about Yoga that is practiced at Simply Yoga, and other general information about Yoga in today’s world.

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The Studio

Our studio is conveniently located in Crows Nest.  It’s light spacious and airy and fully equipped – we provide mats and all props for our students.

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Our Teachers

Simply Yoga teachers are advanced level practitioners with rigorous training that ensures a balanced and safe learning curve for our students.

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Classes & Courses

We cater for those starting their Yoga journey, through to experienced practitioners. Courses run during term times, and 3 levels of classes run all year.

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Your answers to questions about Simply Yoga and Yoga in general.  If you have a question that is not answered here, please let us know.

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So your shoulders are tight, of course it hurts! Acknowledge that and go back to the pose :) ..go Gretta ! ... See MoreSee Less

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Marina shows us how !
Hip work is so important, strong but flexible hips saves knees and the whole back right up to the shoulders from overworking.
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The Concept of Yoga

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Extract from the Bhagavad Gita

April 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

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