Online Vinyasa Yoga

virtual yoga studio

online classes

Join me weekly for live yoga classes.

 Tuesdays at 5:30pm (GMT + 2)

Thursdays at 9:00am (GMT +2)

Expect meditation, combined with a vinyasa style yoga class for an encompassed, mindful practice. 

Yoga is for every body and everybody.


Live Virtual Yoga Classes


A practice using a technique of mindfulness to train attention and awareness, achieving a mentally clear and calm state of mind.

Online Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga

A breath initiated practice, that strings physical postures together in a dynamic way to attain balance in the body and mind.

Get started with live classes

Pay for online yoga

#1 | Book & Pay

Click the "Book & Pay" button below to secure your spot for the class.

Once payment has been made, you will receive a link with the meeting ID via email that you will plug into zoom.

Zoom Online Yoga

#2 | Download Zoom App

Once the Zoom App is installed, join your class with the meeting ID sent via email.

There will be a password along with the meeting ID that you will enter in.

Virtual Home Yoga

#3 | Enjoy Your Live Class

Enjoy your class from the comfort of your own home.

Come back and join us, live every Tuesday evening.

Online Zoom Group Classes

Once- Off Drop in Class | R70.00

Tuesday at 5:30pm (GMT + 2)  Thursday at 9:00am (GMT + 2)

  • Different Class every week
  • Live personal interaction at home
  • Commit to a weekly practice
One Week Class Package | R110.00

Tuesday at 5:30pm (GMT + 2)  Thursday at 9:00am (GMT + 2)

  • Different Class each session
  • Start to see progress and results
  • Enjoy themed week classes
Unlimited Month Package | R420.00

Access to 8 classes a month (Two a week) Tuesdays & Thursdays

  • Consistent committed practice
  • Develop and advance your practice
  • Take it deeper than the physical practice


Can I do yoga if I can't touch my toes?

Flexibility is not a pre-requisite for yoga, but rather one of the amazing benefits we receive from the practice. There are many modifications in poses that help you develop and work into your flexibility.

Can I sign up for the month if I am a Beginner?

Most definately! All classes contain both a modification and a level-up. They are all clearly cued and accessible to all bodies. As a beginner you might prefer to start with slightly slower classes or even a few private sessions to familiarise yourself with the poses.

Can I do yoga with an injury?

Yes, most Physios and Bio’s will use yoga poses an dmovements to rehab an injury. However, I do suggest that you rather do private sessions so you can work more on the rehab of the injury as opposed to throwing yourself into broad based group classes that could cause more damage.

Can yoga help me lose weight?

Yes, yoga can help you lose weight. Although it is not the intention behind the practice and yoga is more a work-in than a work-out, weight loss can be a benefit.

The gentle postures coupled with mindful breathing help to detoxify the body, cleanse the digestive tract, and decrease anxiety and stress. Stress is one of the biggest culprits behind weight gain. Yoga can help reduce your stress as well as provide a gentle form of exercise that can strengthen the body and tone your muscles.

Do I have to be fit?

No. There is a modification in each pose as well as many rest poses that are available to you whenever you may need them. Compassion to our bodies is something the yoga practice offers. Our bodies show up differently each and every day.

Will yoga conflict my religion?

Yoga does not conflict with religion. Yoga is a mind and body practice. Yoga typically combines physical postures, breathing exercises, meditation and focusing practices of mindfulness and relaxation.

What yoga style should I practice?

There are many forms of yoga.  Choosing a style that best suits your interests will depend on many factors: age, current level and type of other activity/exercise, temperature preference, fitness goals, spiritual open-ness, meditation interest and your temperament.

Some yoga is fast paced, while other forms are slow. Some yoga practices are meditative, some restorative. A mixture can compliment your practice immensely. 

Try them all!

How many times a week should I practice?

There is no real right or wrong here. It really depends on you and what you are looking to get out of the practice. Anything above twice a week, you will start to notice the benefits.

Daily if you can!