We offer yoga classes 7-days a week in our beautiful fully equipped yoga studio, with mats to hire if you don’t have your own. True North Yoga offers classes for all stages of practice and life with knowledgeable and caring teachers to guide you. Our classes aim to meet the needs of each persons dosha (constitution) for practice that inspires optimal wellbeing of body and mind. Find out more about the doshas on the Your Dosha page.

Read more about our classes and rates below, jump straight to the timetable and book a class, or head to our online store to pick up a class pass or membership!

Non-Heated & Warm Classes

We offer a selection of both Non-Heated and Warm yoga classes. Our warm classes are noted on the timetable and lightly heated to 28deg. If you’re feeling a little flat and need to challenge yourself (Kapha dosha), a warm class may be especially good for you today!

Beginners Yoga

At True North Yoga we offer our Beginners Yoga class to establish, explore and grow your yoga practice. Whether you’re completely NEW to yoga, would like to REFINE the foundations of your practice or RETURNING after a break, this class is excellent for FINE TUNING your yoga practice.
Over the course of 6-weeks in this class we will cover the common postures and practices found in yoga classes. You can join the class anytime but we do encourage you to stay for at least six weeks to get the most out of this class. From here you can feel comfortable to join our other classes, but many people choose to stay in this class to continue to develop their yoga practice – it’s up to you!

Hatha Yoga

Hatha translates to “ha“-sun, and “tha“-moon. In this class, classic yoga postures bring balance through a combination of both dynamic flowing postures (sun) and held postures (moon). Connect with the breath, release tension and create steadiness and ease in body and mind. If your thoughts are running fast and it’s hard to stay focused (Vatta dosha), this grounding class may be especially good for you today.


This is a dynamic yoga practice flowing from one posture to the next, linking breath and movement. This practice cultivates focus, builds heat (in yoga called agni) and a deep connection with the breath. Ideally you will have done some yoga before joining this class, however our teachers are experienced at supporting all levels. If you’re feeling a little flat and lacking motivation (Kapha dosha) this class may be especially good for you today.

Set Sequence

This class is based on the Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series. This yoga practice focuses on flowing breath, movement, and drishti (or gaze). A study on Ashtanga Yoga revealed that these three ingredients combined bring incredible mental focus and connection with the body for a very grounding and centered practice. There is also particular benefit derived from practicing the same sequence, letting go of thoughts around ‘what’s coming next’, we can clearly observe our responses and changes in our practice. If you’re looking for a strengthening, grounding and centered practice this class may be for you.

Yin Yoga

A practice of fewer postures, supported by bolsters and other props, held for a few minutes each. In these classes you’re given time to sink deep into the posture, targeting the deepest tissues of the body, finding space and stillness – this can be a challenge, but it is an incredibly beneficial skill to cultivate for life. If your tenancy is generally toward the more dynamic classes and being ‘on the go’ (Pitta and Vatta dosha), this class will bring balance and another level of depth to your practice.

Kids Yoga

In their busy and stimulated lives kids need yoga more than ever to develop calm, focus, resilience, healthy body awareness, confidence, unwind and have fun! We offer Kids Yoga Tuesdays during school term. Term Pass @$10/class – Casual $12/class

Tuesdays, 4.00-4.30pm: for 5-11 year olds

Contact us to register for classes

Meditation for Everyday Living · 3-week Course

Meditation (Dhyana) is the seventh limb (practice) in Yoga and something we encourage all yogi’s to try! Meditation has profound benefits to mind, heart and body – the relaxation response improving heart rate, breathing and brainwaves, restoring calm, clarity and focus. In this course you’ll develop a range of techniques, reflect on your experiences in a meditation journal, develop and maintain a regular practice, and develop a more mindful approach to study, work and life. To go on the wait list for the next course intake, please contact and you’ll be notified of dates as soon as they’re released!

Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga can be a huge support during pregnancy and beyond, both physically and emotionally. The practice builds strength to support later pregnancy, birth and motherhood; breathing techniques empower mums with tools to relax and move through challenges; these specialised classes include the full range of appropriate practice modifications; cultivate a deep connection between mother and baby; improve quality of sleep and stress reduction… most importantly you are give yourself time out from daily life to nurture yourself and your baby.

To be notified of upcoming classes or courses please contact Tanya