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* Wednesday     9:30 - 10:45 am

(mixed level flow)

* Thursday        5.30 - 6.45pm 

(mixed level flow)

* Thursday        7-8ish pm 

(gentle flow)


CLASSES FOR EVENTS CAN BE REQUESTED - Just call Bronnie on 0409 240 574

Additional classes also occur at various times - please check facebook page for dates

Closed During NSW School Holidays

Doors open 15 minutes before class


  • $15 per class ($10 for students) or
  • $130 for a 10 week term pack ($13 per class and guaranteed spot in your chosen class each week)

Please note: cash only or direct deposit for class packs


Maximum class size is 10 people (except for workshops). So to ensure a spot in the class you can book in for the term. Casual spots are possible where a class is not booked out. 


* any last minute changes will be notified at the Aisha Flow Yoga facebook page


All classes are vinyasa style and each class runs for approximately 75 minutes and will predominantly flow as follows:

  • Breath awareness - to bring stillness and concentration
  • Warm up including sun salutations - to warm the body for physical work
  • Standing and Seated flows - to improve strength, balance and flexibility
  • Meditation / Savasana - to relax and integrate your practice


A towel, water, and a smile ......... mats, cushions, bolsters, blocks and blankets are supplied.


Circles commonly represent unity, wholeness, and infinity – no beginning or end, without sides or harsh corners but just free flowing all around. The circle symbol meaning is universal, sacred and divine. It represents the infinite nature of energy, spiritual energy and the inclusivity of the universe. The circle invites the observer to step inside the sacredness.

The natural world appears and moves in circles. Native American Indians say that the power of the world works in circles and everything tries to be round. The sky is round, the sun, the moon, the planets, birds make circular nests, flowers have circular centres, the seasons come and go in a circular fashion. The deeply significant yin yang symbol is circular representing the balancing of worldly dualities. To the Celtics circles were often drawn as protective boundaries, not to be crossed by enemy or evil.

With your circular mat you are invited to step into a sacred place where you can feel whole again, at one with the universe allowing your energy to move with freedom and creativity. You are encouraged to recognise your own spiritual nature accepting yourself as the perfect being of light present on the earth at this time to have a physical experience. Remember who you are at your source and live in peace, love and joy.


      COMING SOON ......

     - Vegan Potluck

     - Sound Healing

See events page on Facebook for all current events and bookings 

I look forward to hearing from you and meeting you soon.

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