One of the great things about yoga is that it’s an activity that is not limited to people of a certain age, level of fitness or flexibility, or level of experience. As long as you have the willingness to try something new and open up to the experience, you will likely discover many health and wellness benefits for yourself. But everyone needs a starting point, and a introductory yoga class is the logical choice. Luna Yoga provides yoga classes for beginners where students can learn the fundamentals of the Iyengar Yoga method. You will learn the fundamental standing poses, twists and gentle back and forward bends. Our Introductory Course is also useful for people who have taken an extended break from yoga and wish to ease back into it.
The ideal way to start yoga is with the Introductory Course.
It is a 90 minute class once a week for six weeks. The course is designed for beginners! No previous experience is needed or expected.
|Wednesday||6:00 - 7:25 PM||Vivienne||Starts||10-Nov|
|Thursday||7:35 - 9:00 PM||Graeme||Starts||11-Nov|
|Friday||6:00 - 7:30 PM||Andrea||Starts||12-Nov|
|Wednesday||6:00 - 7:20 AM||Vivienne||Starts|
|Thursday||7:35 - 9:00 PM||Graeme||Starts|
|Friday||6:00 - 7:30 PM||Vivienne||Starts|
Register online with Luna Yoga to make sure you’ve secured your place in our Introductory yoga classes in Melbourne. This is required due to limited places in the course. You’ll receive a confirmation of registration email once you have registered.
To secure your place in our Introductory yoga class, please make payment. Payment can be made by EFT (Luna Yoga bank details BSB:083 064 Account NO: 182 853 505) or by credit card when you register on the registration page.
We always recommend practising yoga on an empty stomach. We suggest waiting three hours after a heavy meal or an hour following a light snack. Hydrate well before your class, and be sure to wear light, comfortable clothing.
Being a yoga beginner’s course you might think you need to bring something along. Luna Yoga is a fully equipped yoga studio, so you don’t need to bring a thing. Just yourselves!
For your own safety and wellbeing, it’s vital that you inform us of any medical conditions, injuries and illnesses when registering, as some yoga poses might be counterproductive to your experience.