Yoga Resources To Guide Your Practice
When you first start your yoga practice, there are many aspects that may be confronting, unfamiliar or require further study. This page is intended to answer your questions, give you how-to-guides for practicing certain aspects of your yoga practice and share resources from around the internet that may be of interest to the beginning and established yoga practitioner.
What methods of payment do you accept?
To protect our staff we do not accept cash at our studio. We offer EFTPOS facilities at the studio and you are able to purchase all passes online or through the Mind Body App.
Can I buy a class pass online?
Yes you can, please register your details through Mind Body Online via our timetable page and follow the prompts :)
Do you offer free trials?
We do not offer free trials at yoga centricity. It is our view that it is difficult to determine whether yoga is for you based on a single class. Different teachers and different yoga styles appeal to different people.
We recommend trying a variety of teachers and styles at the studio to get a proper feel for the space and yoga as a practice. You can purchase a one month unlimited class pass as a new student for only $49 which is a low cost way to try the studio.
Do you sell gift vouchers?
Yes we do! We sell introductory class pass gift vouchers for $49 and a looking to offer other types of gift vouchers into the future.
Do I need to book into classes online?
It is recommended that you book into classes online as this informs the teacher at the beginning of the class how best to layout the space. For early morning classes, it is essential that you book in.
I am new to yoga, what do I need to bring?
Simply bring yourself, a towel and water bottle. We have mats, blocks, blankets, bolsters, straps and eye pillows available to use free of charge.
Can you tell me the story behind the Ganesh mural?
The idea of painting a mural of Ganesh in the studio was inspired well before we found a space for Yoga Centricity. As the remover of obstacles, Ganesh is a great reminder that with a little breath, movement and focus, we can overcome almost anything. The mural was painted by Smalls, a great local graffiti artist.
The teachers at the studio have prepared a number of audio guides discussing different aspects of the studio, yoga practice, meditation and related activities. Check back regularly as we will be releasing a new recording every week!