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YES! I want to test drive Smith Street Yoga for two weeks. I want to experience the transformative powers of yoga. I understand that I will be billed just $1 for the first two weeks and I will be billed my agreed weekly fee after the two-week trial finishes unless I give prior email notice to smithstreetyoga@gmail.com that I do not wish to continue practicing. If I don't give notice to cancel the trial I may cancel the ongoing program after the committed period with two week's written notice. The trial period will start today unless I choose a different start date upon registration.
YES! I want to test drive Smith Street Yoga for two weeks. I want to experience the transformative powers of yoga. I understand that I will be billed just $1 for the first two weeks and I will be billed my agreed weekly fee after the two-week trial finishes unless I give prior email notice to smithstreetyoga@gmail.com that I do not wish to continue practicing. If I don't give notice to cancel the trial I may cancel the ongoing program after the committed period with two week's written notice. The trial period will start today unless I choose a different start date upon registration.
Our Timetable:
Yoga
MONDAY
Vinyasa
9:30 am (75min)
Power Flow
5:30 pm (75min)
SomaChi
7:00 pm (75min)
TUESDAY
SomaChi
6:30 am (60 min)
Power Flow
6:00 pm (75min)
Slow Flow Vinyasa 
+ Yoga Nidra
7:30 pm (75min)
WEDNESDAY
Vinyasa
6:30 am (60min)
Slow Flow Vinyasa
9:30 am (75min)
SomaChi
6:00 pm (75min)
Functional Training Incorporating 
Self Defence
7:30 pm (60min)
THURSDAY
Vinyasa
6:30 am (60min)
SomaChi
9:30 am (75 min)
Vinyasa
6:00 pm (75min)
FRIDAY
SomaChi
7:00 am (60 min)
Vinyasa
9:30 am (75min)
Slow Flow Vinyasa 
+ Nidra
5:30 pm (75min)
SATURDAY
SomaChi
8:30 am (60 min)
Vinyasa
10:00 am (90min)
Silat Perisai Diri
12:00 pm (90min)
Restorative Yoga + Nidra & Sound Healing
4:30 pm (90min)
SUNDAY
Ashtanga Led
10:00 am (90min)
Gentle Vinyasa Flow
3:30 pm (60min)
Yin + Sound Healing
5:00 pm (90min)
Our Timetable:
YOGA
MONDAY
VINYASA - 9:30 am (75min)
POWER FLOW - 5:30 pm (75min)
SOMACHI - 7:00 pm (75min)
TUESDAY
SOMACHI - 6:30 am (60min)
POWER FLOW - 6:00 pm (75min)
SLOW FLOW VINYASA + YOGA NIDRA -
7:30 pm (75min)
WEDNESDAY
VINYASA - 6:30 am (60min)
SLOW FLOW VINYASA - 9:30 am (75min)
SOMACHI - 6:00 pm (75min)
FUNCTIONAL TRAINING INCORPORATING SELF DEFENCE - 7:30 pm (60min)
THURSDAY
VINYASA - 6:30 am (60min)
SOMACHI - 9:30 am (75min)
VINYASA - 6:00 pm (75min)
FRIDAY
SOMACHI - 7:00 am (60min)
VINYASA - 9:30 am (75min)
SLOW FLOW VINYASA + NIDRA
 5:30 pm (75min)
SATURDAY
SOMACHI - 8:30 am (60min)
VINYASA - 10:00 am (90 min)
SILAT PERISAI DIRI - 12:00 pm (90min)
RESTORATIVE YOGA + NIFRA & SOUND HEALING - 4:30 pm (90min)
SUNDAY
ASHTANGA LED - 10:00 am (90min)
GENTLE VINYASA FLOW - 3:30 pm (60min)
YIN + SOUND HEALING - 5:00 pm (90min)
VINYASA YOGA: A dynamic flowing, fluent practice with playful transitions between poses. Involving a variety of common and uncommon Yoga poses, including standing balances, arm balances, seated poses and inversions. Standing sequences are linked together with the 'Vinyasa' movement (High plank-Chaturanga-cobra/up-dog-downward facing dog) which helps build strength and connection to breath. Open to all levels, beginner's are most welcome, but it is suggested you have some previous experience.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 6+/10
- Pace & Intensity 6+/10
- Strength & Power 6+/10
SOMACHI YOGA: Soma is the alive body, Chi is energy. SomaChi is a fluid and flowing style of yoga, it is about being in the movement rather than merely doing it. Built around Tai Chi movements and influenced by Ashtanga Vinyasa Yogic techniques, classes use circular and rolling motions to help release tension and bring presence to your movements and transitions, with a focus on moving with Chi or energy.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 5/10
- Pace & Intensity 5/10
- Strength & Power 5/10
POWER FLOW YOGA: A strong flowing Vinyasa style practice with dynamic poses and challenging sequences, incorporating standing balances, arm balances, core/bandha work and playful exploration of transitions between poses. All levels are welcome although it is suggested that you have had previous experience in your practice.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 7+/10
- Pace & Intensity 7+/10
- Strength & Power 7+/10
SLOW FLOW VINYASA: A Vinyasa practice moving through poses and transitions in a steady, sedate manner, facilitating a deeper exploration of the connection between body & mind, breath & movement. You will be guided through a variety of common Yoga poses, and can choose to make this a strong or a soft practice, dependant upon your desired outcome and preference at the time. 
Suitable for all levels, and particularly well suited to beginner's and those newer to Yoga.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 4/10
- Pace & Intensity 4/10
- Strength & Power 4/10
SLOW FLOW VINYASA + NIDRA: You will be guided through a Vinyasa practice, then it culminates with Yoga Nidra, a guided form of progressive conscious relaxation of the body, resulting in the 'Nidra state' - a type of semi-sleep state, akin to deep Savasana, where the magic of growth, healing, restoration and rejuvenation occur.
Suitable for all levels, and particularly well suited to beginner's and those newer to Yoga.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 4/10
- Pace & Intensity 4/10
- Strength & Power 4/10
RESTORATIVE YOGA + NIDRA & SOUND HEALING: This class guides you into deep rejuvenating rest & relaxation.
Commencing with Restorative poses, where the body is supported on cushions, bolsters and props to coax the central nervous system into shifting from 'fight or flight' into 'rest & digest' where deep relaxation and restoration occurs - restoration of the body, the mind, and the harmony of metabolic homeostasis. Class then culminates with Yoga Nidra, a guided form of progressive conscious relaxation of the body, resulting in the 'Nidra state' - a type of semi-sleep state, akin to deep Savasana, where the magic of growth, healing, restoration and rejuvenation occur. Accompanied by sound healing from the Tibetan and Crystal Singing Bowls, this class produces profound states of relaxation.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 1/10
- Pace & Intensity 1/10
- Strength & Power 0/10
ASHTANGA LED YOGA: Modified version of the led counted class originally taught in Mysore India. The Ashtanga Vinyasa system can be compared to a ‘Mala’ or prayer beads, with each posture representing a bead (object of meditation) strung upon the thread of the breath. Each posture builds upon the preceding pose and is animated by Ujjayi breath, Bandha and Dristi allowing us to access and explore the subtle layers of alignment, movement and form. The class is led by counting the breath and hands on adjustments are given to assist with kinesthetic understanding of the form. All levels are welcome.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 5/10
- Pace & intensity 5/10
- strength & Power 5/10- Strength & Power 5/10
GENTLE VINYASA FLOW: A gentle flowing class with emphasis upon breath and relaxation. suitable for all levels, particularly beginners, this class flows through the common Yoga poses in a relaxed and gentle manner.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 3/10
- Pace & Intensity 3/10
- Strength & Power 3/10
YIN YOGA + SOUND HEALING (Bookings essential) : Combines Restorative poses interspersed with Yin poses so you get deep release and deep rest & relaxation. In restorative poses the body is supported on cushions, bolsters and props to coax the central nervous system into shifting from 'fight or flight' into 'rest & digest' where deep relaxation and restoration occurs - restoration of the body, the mind, and the harmony of metabolic homeostasis. Accompanied by sound healing from Tibetan and Crystal singing bowls to facilitate even deeper release and relaxation. Great for all levels, superb for beginners and those new to Yoga.
Guide:
- Difficulty & Complexity 1/10
- Pace & Intensity 1/10
- Strength & Power 0/10
SILAT PERISAI DIRI (Indonesian Martial Art) - Functional training incorporating Self Defence: With an emphasis on deep multi level breathing sequences , delivering oxygen to the bone marrow. Combined with body weight resistance training, for maximum penetration and absorption, one will experience cleansing, focus, clarity, alertness, calmness, happiness and a sense of well being and mindfulness. Training Program incorporates functional and practical self defence techniques for common scenarios.
Our Location:
FITZROY
Level 1/281 Smith St, Fitzroy VIC
Call:  ‭0425 417 889 
Email: smithstreetyoga@gmail.com
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What should I wear and bring to the class?
• Wear comfy exercise clothes that you can move freely
• Towel
• Water bottle
• Yoga mat (mat hire is available at $2)
• Your biggest and best smile!

Also, arrive at least 15 minutes before class, so you have enough time to meet your teacher and settle in.

Avoid eating a large meal within 2-3 hours prior to class. But if you’re hungry have a light snack, like a piece of fruit.

And turn off your phone while in the studio ; )
I’m new to yoga, which class should I come to?
Beginner's are welcome in every class, and we especially recommend the Gentle Flow, Slow Flow, Restorative and Yin Classes as great places to start if you are unfamiliar with the poses and terminology of Yoga. Be sure to check the class rating system we use for Difficulty & Complexity, Pace & Intensity and Strength & Power for each class to help guide you.
How often should I practice?
Practicing Yoga once a week will change your mind, practicing Yoga 2 or 3 times a week will change your body, practicing Yoga everyday will change your life!
I'm pregnant or just had a baby, when can I practice yoga?
We recommend prenatal yoga to second trimester and postnatal after three months from delivery. But you must get your doctor's OK before join us.
I had an injury in the past, can I still practice?
Yes, in all classes our teachers have the ability to suggest variations to suit your abilities. Remember to speak to the teacher about your injuries and check with your doctor before joining.
Is yoga for everyone?
Yoga is suitable for all women and men at all ages, body types and fitness levels. We encourage everyone to practice at their own pace, free of judgement for best results.
Is parking available?
Parking is available on Greeves St and Smith St, during business hours most of these spots are paid, however there is a dearth of free parking in Woolworths and surrounding streets, especially on weekends or after hours.

Tram 86 goes right past our front door, utilising either Johnston St or Hodgson St stops, and we are a 10 minute walk from either Collingwood or Victoria Park train stations.
Do you have changing facilities? 
Yes, we have small change-rooms and there is a unisex toilet.
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