Welcome to Bhava Yoga and Dance Centre.

Here is a list of frequently asked questions. If you any other questions please contact us at bhavacentre@gmail.com.

What will I be asked to do at a Bhava Yoga class?

You will be encouraged to relax through breathing and visualisation at the beginning of the class.
You will be encouraged to move into varied yoga postures, with breathing and body awareness. You will never be asked to overstretch, move with pain, or do anything you feel uncomfortable with; our classes are designed to nurture you.
You will be instructed in the practice of varied Guided Meditation techniques at the end of the class. You will not be asked to sit cross-legged in discomfort. These sittings are short in time. 
You will be encouraged to respect your capacities, and you will not be judged by your teacher in anyway during the class. We are here to help you.  

What do I expect in a Bhava Yoga class?

Bhava Yoga is a Hatha based style of Yoga. Each class begins with 15 to 20 minute relaxation, followed by 40 to 45 minutes of Yoga postures. The class ends with a 10 to 15 minute Meditation which may include breathing practices, visualisation or mudras.

Do you have beginners, intermediate or advanced classes at Bhava?

We have 3 levels of Yoga classes at Bhava.

Gentle Yoga for Stress or Injury Mon. 10am - 11.15am
Gentler Yoga class Thu. 10am - 11.15am

Both these classes are suitable for those who need a relaxed class, stress relief, recovery from injury or are beginning yoga.

General Yoga class (see schedule

These classes will include both gentle and more active yoga. We aim to give a well rounded yoga experience. You will be encouraged to work at your own pace, respecting your bodies comfort zone. You never be asked to to over-extend or to move into pain in any way. Beginners will be fine in these classes.


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Learning is movement from movement to movement.” - J. Krishnamurti
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