Central Yoga School

where it’s all about the practice


Yoga is a process of self-transformation. The mind is engaged to develop awareness of and transform one’s physical and mental state. The body, in the form of various postures, is used as a tool to work towards this.

At our school the poses are taught with attention to detail and according to one’s capacity. They are done both dynamically, and in a considered manner, so as to make the body strong and supple. Instruction is given on how to align and fine tune the postures, making them more potent, focusing the mind, and developing understanding and clarity.

Aside from this process the poses in themselves, when done correctly, have various physical, physiological and psychological effects, improving health and maintaining an overall sense of well being.

You don’t need to be flexible to do yoga. The most essential thing is to be open-minded and willing to learn.

The key to progress is practice.

Choose a pass below to suit. Make every effort to attend regularly. Improvements will naturally follow…

Introductory Offers


Start with this if you are new to Iyengar yoga and confident attending an on-going class

* Unlimited Foundation and Sixty Minute Classes over 14 days

* Start anytime

* Attend up to 18 classes on this offer

* Small classes, ensuring individual attention

(See T&Cs)


Start with this if you are new to Iyengar yoga but hesitant to jump straight into an on-going class

* Start from the beginning

* Two 90 minute classes over a weekend

* Small classes, ensuring individual attention

Next course: Sat 5th & Sun 6th Oct

(See T&Cs)


Start with this if you are experienced in
Iyengar yoga

* 5 class pass

* $13 per class

* Attend any class on timetable

* Quality Iyengar yoga instruction in 90 (or 60) minute classes

(See T&Cs)

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It is through your body that you realise you are a spark of divinity.
— BKS Iyengar

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Your body exists in the past and your mind exists in the future. In yoga they come together in the present.
— BKS Iyengar

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