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1. Please bring a bottle of water for your practice

2. Come 10 minutes before class to set up especially if it is your first time.

3. Please remove your shoes at the door.

4. Please respect other peoples space in the studio and stagger the mats.

5. Please bring your own mat. If you do not have one we can provide you with one.

6. We provide bolsters, blocks & straps.

7. Please spray down your mat and blocks after use with the spray bottles provided.

8. If you have any injuries or conditions it is your responsibility to check with you your GP or Physio if it is safe for you to practice yoga, hot yoga or pilates.

9. Please ensure that you register online or in person before class.

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At lions breath yoga we offer Vinyasa yoga, Hot yoga, Restorative yoga, Family yoga and Meditation. We incorporate a variety of practices in movement, breath, and meditation. From beginners to advanced, everyone is welcome.


Yoga is a way of life and so when coming to the studio we hope to instil an understanding no matter how big or small of what yoga is and how it can guide you to a more present state of being. All we ask is that you respect yourself in the class and others around you.



1. All the above guidelines apply however if you have any health concerns please check with your GP before taking a hot yoga class.

2. The room is heated with infrared ceiling panels.

There are many health benefits associated with infrared heating. Some examples include: 


As the deep heat of infrared penetrates your body it allows greater blood flow throughout the body.


Greater blood circulation allows greater oxygenated and rich blood to be delivered to oxygenated-deprived muscles, allowing them to recover quicker and reduce the build up of waste products in these areas.


Infrared allows tissue in our muscles to warm, causing them to relax and increase range of motion. 


Infrared heat is anti-bacterial. If used at a high enough temperature, it increases white blood cell count as the immune system fights an increased body temperature.

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