Start experiencing the benefits of yoga with our entry level Beginners Yoga Options –
10-Week Beginners Course – NEXT Course – Monday, 28 January 2019, 9am and Wednesday, 30 January 2019, 6pm
Unlimited Beginners Classes and Restorative are for New Students only
Registrations by 10 January
The best option if you are new to yoga and unsure where to start, or if you haven’t practiced for a long time. The Course is structured to give you the confidence to manage your yoga practice, including the best use of props. Time is dedicated to sequencing, timing and repetition to introductory postures (asana).
Who should attend?
The course is for anyone interested in Iyengar Yoga regardless of abilities, age, fitness and conditions. If you have a particular condition, illness or personal concern it would be in your best interest to contact us directly.
- 10 Weeks of unlimited Beginners and Beginners-General Classes for Newcomers.
- Instruction in the correct foundations of Iyengar Yoga with personalised attention to detail
- Assurance of your steady and confident progress through a structured course. Each week’s class builds on from the previous week
- Experienced instruction from certified Teachers or Teacher Trainer.
- Classes held in a modern, purpose-built Centre with all props, including mats supplied. We keep the temperature around 23 degrees and all mats and props are wiped down at the end of each class
- Welcoming teachers who encourage a safe and professional relationship between students
This is a very popular Course.
Pay and reserve your place now or in person at the Centre.
Beginner Yoga Class
Casual Classes offer you a flexible option. They are ideal if you cannot attend a Course or Term, but want an introduction to yoga. Basic yoga postures (asanas) are taught to develop strength, flexibility, mobility and stamina; and are suitable for any age or ability.
Bookings not needed.
Look for casual Beginner Class options in Timetable.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find Chevron’s class times?
View Timetable here.
How do I know which class is best for me?
If you haven’t previously practiced yoga we suggest the 5 Week Foundations Course is the best introduction. This does not limit you though to only completing the Course, as we have regular Beginners Classes. We encourage you to try out different classes and your Teacher may also suggest specific class suitability. Click here to learn more about the descriptions of our classes.
If you have practiced yoga before, we recommend attending a casual Beginner class. This may feel like the easy option, but it gives our teacher the chance observe and suggest your most suitable options. Best of all your first class is complimentary, so join us and decide for yourself. Book now!
How much does a class cost?
We have different multi-class, monthly and casual class options for you to choose from. There are NO joining fees. If you are new to Chevron Yoga yoga take advantage of one of our introductory offers. Options and Prices
What do I need to bring to class?
You!! Our studio is fully equipped with yoga props including good quality yoga mats. However, if you like to use your own mat, please feel free to do so.
I have done other yoga before, what is different about Iyengar Yoga?
Iyengar Yoga is the most practiced yoga worldwide and, like other forms of yoga it is considered a powerful tool to relieve the stresses of modern-day life. Developed by B. K. S. Iyengar, it is based on Patanjali’s eight-limbed yoga (Astanga yoga) and aims to unite the body, mind and spirit for health and well-being.
Iyengar Yoga often makes use of props which enable students to perform Asanas correctly. Props minimise the risk of injury or strain, and make postures accessible to everyone.
Great attention is paid to precision and alignment through the planned sequencing of Asanas (postures) and breath control (Pranayama).
How do I sign up for classes?
Chevron Yoga Centre provides 24/7 online access for class and course scheduling, registration and information. Simple go to the links provided on this page or visit our class timetable.
What should I wear?
General fitness clothing would be most suitable. Try to avoid baggy clothing as our Teachers observe the placement of your feet and ankles to ensure you are correctly doing the poses.
What if I have special conditions?
Try to arrive at least 10 minutes before your scheduled class. This will allow time for you to fill out the Health Form and to discuss your special conditions (injuries, surgeries and other physical conditions) with your teacher. If you are uncertain, please contact us beforehand to discuss your condition in confidence.
More questions? Please contact us.
Also new to Chevron? Take advantage of special introductory offers. Try our centre & decide for yourself – all with no obligation.
For answer to questions about what to bring or wear – click here.
Each class, term and course can be booked from our timetable or in person at the centre.