Flow & Restore Yoga

Hatha style flow class. All Levels.

Flow & Restore Yoga Classes

This is a hatha flow style yoga class. Students begin with a gentle warm up with pranayama and meditation followed by a gentle yet challenging flow of asanas increasing flexibility and encouraging strength of body and mind. 

All levels welcome.

Where we hold Flow & Restore Yoga

This class is held in a new Community Center in the Providence Estate in South Ripley. The room is air conditioned and semi-private with curtains. 

Private class available on request.

Upcoming Classes for Flow & Restore Yoga

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Benefits of Flow & Restore Yoga

This beautiful yoga class will stretch and strengthen your body helping to increase flexibility while boosting energy levels. It will help to ease anxiety and stresses from the day leaving you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.

More Information

Common questions about Flow & Restore Yoga. 

Can’t find your question? Check out our frequently asked questions or contact us

Can I bring my family along to do this class together?

These classes are suitable for 13 years and over. All participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. But yes if your family members are over the age 12 come along together. What a beautiful way to end the day as a family.

Are private sessions available for Night Yoga?

Yes private night classes are available on request. Many people want to learn to end the day with a yoga practise but are not sure where to start. This is were Verity Yoga’s Private classes can help. Designed just for you we can teach you what you need to know to start your own yoga practise and start a new healthy life habit. Please feel free to contact us to discuss further.

I’m not flexible. Can I do still do yoga?

Yes definitely. In fact yoga can be even more beneficial if you’re not very flexible as it will help to lengthen out tight and sore muscles. This will likely help improve your overall posture.


“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” Buddha

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