Experience yoga from our studio facing the Melbourne cityscape

Find out everything you need to know about our Yoga offerings here.

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Yoga Teachers

Our team of yoga teachers teach Slow Flow, Vinyasa and Yin Yoga classes.

Ryan Chhajed

Yoga Teacher

Suellen Zhang

Yoga Teacher

Silja Hesse

Yoga Teacher

Class Types

We offer three main types of yoga at Wellnest Health. Read more about Slow Flow, Vinyasa Flow, and Yin Yoga classes.

Slow Flow

Our Slow Flow classes are great for beginners as the movements are typically more gentle and light, with a slower pace than Vinyasa classes. Intermediate and experienced students can also enjoy these classesfor the opportunity to slow down the postures and sink deeper into the practice.

Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa Flow classes are typically strong, dynamic classes which are ideal for intermediate and experienced students. The class synchronises breath with movement to hold and transition through poses. Modifications throughout the class enable students of differing strengths to participate comfortably.

Yin Yoga

Our Yin Yoga classes are a slow paced, calming style of yoga. All levels of students are suitable for this class. Yin yoga is mostly comprised of floor-based postures with these positions held longer periods of time to target the connective tissues, such as fascia. You will leave the class feeling amazing!

Class List

Please use the tool below to search through our classes.

If you would like to make a booking, you will need to login using your MindBody account. Please contact us if you have any issues.

Yoga FAQs

Below is a list of FAQs for Yoga. Click the button for a full list or contact us.

Full List of FAQs

Yoga FAQs

What class should I start with?

Slow Flow yoga classes are typically suitable for beginners. The poses are typically held for longer than in a Vinyasa class, and the transitions between poses are slower making the class somewhat easier to follow along to.

What do I need to know for my first class?

What to wear. Wear clothing that allows you to move easily and comfortably. You will be taking your shoes and socks off in the yoga studio.

What to Bring. Your own yoga mat (if you have one otherwise you can hire one) and a drink bottle (if you wish).

Other general information regarding our location and parking can be found by clicking here.

How long is a yoga class?

Regular yoga classes are 60 minutes long.

Please see the time as scheduled on MindBody for any variations in time between classes.

What is the difference between Slow Flow, Vinyasa and Yin Yoga?

Please click here to see our yoga class types.

For beginners, we recommend starting with Slow Flow yoga classes. From there, you can speak to your teacher and begin to explore other class types.

Can I attend class if I have an injury?

It is always best to seek appropriate medical advice prior to attending a class; however we understand that pilates and yoga when used correctly can be beneficial for your recovery.

Our classes are not run by physiotherapists, nor are they clinical. The instructions given by the class teacher is not a substitute for medical advice. Therefore if you have a condition where medical or allied health attention is needed, please provide an appropriate medical certificate before attending class.

Many of us are managing chronic conditions where we are able to self-manage the condition, including during the pilates or yoga class. In this case, we would still prefer that you provide an appropriate medical certificate before attending class, and also let the teacher or instructor know of you conditions so they can offer suggestions on how to modify the class or program for you.

Finally, please note our terms and conditions.

Is yoga/pilates appropriate for my mum or dad?

Absolutely! The gift of health is priceless. Our Beginner Reformer Pilates and Slow Flow Yoga classes are great for people who want to try out Pilates and Yoga.

Even better - you can come with your mum or dad!