Stretch, flex, breathe.
Synchronised movement for strength and serenity.
Yoga classes at Myall Wellbeing are suitable for all levels of practice. They differ in style based on the feeling of wellbeing they promote, so use our class names to help you select which one resonates each time.
All classes at Myall Wellbeing are vinyasa yoga, unless otherwise specified. Called ‘flow yoga’ because of the smooth way that the poses run together, vinyasa is one of the most popular contemporary yoga styles. It’s a broad classification that encompasses many different types, including ashtanga, hatha and power yoga.
We also have regular hot yoga classes available throughout our timetable. The Myall studio temperature ranges from mid-20 to a maximum of 30° Celcius depending on the instructor and style. Sometimes known as heated power vinyasa, it has some fantastic health benefits including boosted metabolism, increased flexibility, and higher immunity developed through improved blood flow to the vital organs.
Vinyasa yoga is a strong, powerful and flowing style of yoga. The classes consist of standing sequences where poses flow into each other and breath is synced with movement. Although vinyasa is a fast-paced and dynamic style of yoga, it’s suitable to all levels from beginner to advanced. Our instructors adjust and provide options throughout the classes. Vinyasa yoga is for anyone looking to build muscle, release stress, and improve functional movement and cardiovascular health. We offer heated and non-heated vinyasa classes, and they run from 45 – 75 minutes. Click here to read more about our Vinyasa yoga classes
Hatha yoga is a traditional style of yoga, with a focus on alignment, where each pose is held for five breaths before moving to the next. Hatha yoga is perfect for beginners as it is a slower style that vinyasa, and you have time to focus on proper alignment and form. Hatha yoga is for anyone looking to practice a traditional style of yoga, improve flexibility and create mental clarity. Click here to read more about our Hatha yoga classes
Hot yoga is a yoga practiced in a heated room to encourage flexibility and detoxification. There are many forms of hot yoga and at Myall Yoga and Wellbeing Studio, we teach heated vinyasa. Unlike Bikram yoga that is a set sequence practised in a 38 degree room, our hot yoga classes are different every time in a comfortable 26-30 degree room. We offer hot yoga classes that are very accessible to beginners in our infrared heated studio. Hot yoga is for anyone looking to detoxify, challenge their body, and improve flexibility. Click here to read about our hot yoga classes
Yin yoga is a slow, restorative, and meditative form of yoga. Yin yoga targets the connective tissue so you will be led through a slow practice where the muscles in the body become relaxed as you sink into the fascia. All yin yoga postures are practiced on the floor in a seated or lying down position. Yin postures are held one to five minutes to create a self-myofascial release and supportive props are used to deepen the postures. Yin yoga is for anyone looking to improve flexibility, meditate, and relax. Click here to read more about our Yin yoga classes.
If you’ve never tried yoga before, we recommend our 6 week Introduction to Yoga course. It’s ideal for complete beginners and for those of you who are returning to yoga because of injury or a lengthy break from practising.