We believe yoga should be first and foremost FUN. You don’t need fancy pants, and you don’t have to tie yourself in knots to gain huge benefits in terms of physical and mental wellbeing. We’re called Thug Yoga because a thug is someone that doesn’t believe in rigid traditions or rules and that sums up our approach to yoga practice.
Our small, friendly classes have a casual atmosphere, where people of all levels of ability and experience feel welcomed and encouraged. There is no one-size-fits-all approach.
Our power yoga classes are a slow-flowing class where we focus on the breath to create a moving meditation. There are a variety of options for poses so everyone can feel both comfortable and challenged.
As well as our studio classes, we can offer private one-on-one in your home, so you can hone your yoga practice at your own pace.
We specialise in helping beginners start their yoga journey. We can do this in group classes or your home.
Our founder, Emma has been teaching yoga since 2012 and practicing for over a decade. As well as having completed yoga teacher training, Emma has undertaken further studies in anatomy, alignment and yoga therapy. Her passion is making yoga accessible to people of any age and from any walk of life.
Please note that pricing is location dependant.
Group Yoga Classes
Wednesday 5.30-6.30pm Power Yoga
How much do group classes cost?
A casual class is $20 or you can purchase a 10 class pass for $150. Emma will keep a track of your classes used.
What is Power yoga?
Power yoga has a focus on holding poses and developing strength. Don’t worry – beginners are welcome. We use the breath to flow though the sequence.
What do I wear?
Whatever the hell you like – Clothes you feel comfortable and can move in.
But I’m not flexible enough for yoga!?
Yoga might help…
Do I need to book?
No, just turn up. But if you want to chat first feel free to call Emma.
Do I need a mat?
No, You can borrow a mat. If you decide you want to make yoga a regular thing, we recommend you purchase your own mat.
What the hell does Namaste mean?
At the end of class we say ‘Namaste’. It’s a way of saying Thank you, and sending respect to the others in the room. If this makes you uncomfortable, just say ‘Thank you’.
Can I bring my child?
No, We cater to humans 18+.
Do men come to yoga?
Indeed! We pride ourselves on having a 50 / 50 ratio of men to women.
Do you chant and cast spells in your classes?
No, We are low on the spiritual side of yoga because that’s our jam. If you want more spirituality chat to Emma and we can make some recommendations.
Can I practice with an injury / medical condition / pregnancy?
In general yes, yoga is for every body, please phone Emma to discuss before coming to class.