Yoga Jivana Timetable
Daily Yoga Classes
Our classes run daily during School Terms only. Check our Intensives page for classes during school holiday periods.
Please check our timetable carefully, and be sure to arrive 10 to 15 minutes before your class begins as Iyengar yoga classes start promptly. Thank you!
To ensure you never miss out on a place in your favourite class book online, as classes scheduled in studio 2 are limited to 12 students so we recommend booking ahead. Pre-booking your class secures your spot AND saves you time before your class! Meaning all you need to do is show up 5 minutes before the class starts to have your name ticked off. No fussing for change or worrying about credit card/paywave minimums. Just show up!
Purchase a single, 3, 6 or 10 class pass online NOW and forward schedule your upcoming classes.
We’ve got an app that makes forward scheduling a breeze – Mindbody. You’ll find it in the App Store or Google Play.
Our online timetable will instantly show you all we have to offer. Once you’ve logged on, you can create your personal profile, update your personal information, as well as book & pay for yoga classes. Of course you can always register & pay for your class at Yoga Jivana’s front desk via EFTPOS, Visa/Master Card or Cash. Please note the minimum credit card / paywave transaction is $25. Thanks !
Visit our Live Timetable to Register, Book & Pay Online or to simply see what’s on…
Please note that all purchases made via our online store will appear as ‘Ezidebit’ on your statement. Thank you!
Open and closing dates – public holidays
We close on Public Holidays. Our next closure dates in 2017 are as follows:
April 25 – ANZAC Day – 1 day closure
May 20 – Assessments – 1 day closure
June 12 – Queen’s Birthday – 1 day closure
Regular classes will not be held over these dates. Apologies for any inconvenience. A Workshop or special event may be scheduled over this period – see our workshop page for more information. Thank you.
“It is through your body that you realize you are a spark of divinity.”