Xmas / New Year open times!


We’re only going to be closed for a few, brief days! We know how busy this time of year can get, so we want to make sure that you can still get a class of yoga in when you can!

Here’s our class times for the next couple of weeks:

Mon 24th Dec
930am: Hot Flow (32°)
Tue 25th Dec
Wed 26th Dec
Thu 27th Dec
930am: Hot Yoga
6pm: Hot Yoga
630pm: Yin Yoga
Fri 28th Dec
930am: Hot Yoga
545pm: Hot Yoga
Sat 29th Dec
930am: Hot Yoga
1015am: Prenatal Yoga
4pm: Yin Yoga
Sun 30th Dec
930am: Hot Yoga
4pm: Hot Yoga
Mon 31th Dec
930am: Hot Flow (32°)
Tues 1st Jan
Wed 2nd Jan
930am: Hot Flow (32°)
545pm: Prenatal Yoga
6pm: Hot Flow (32°)
Thu 3rd Jan
930am: Hot Yoga
6pm: Hot Yoga
630pm: Yin Yoga
Fri 4th Jan
930am: Hot Yoga
545pm: Hot Yoga
Sat 5th Jan
Back to our regular class schedule!

We all hope you have a happy and safe holiday season!

See you on the mat!

Best wishes from Amy, Simon and the yogafusion Team.

Amy & Simon at yogafusion

Jimmy Barkan Yoga Immersion

Practice with Jimmy Barkan!

Ok Yogis, this is HUGE!

We are opening STRICTLY LIMITED places for you to join our trainees in class with Jimmy Barkan next week!!

Morning practice will be the 90 minute 5 Vinyasa Flow
$35 (Dedicated/12 month unlimited & concession 10% off)

Afternoon class will be advanced posture practice over 2 hours
$50 ($45 concession & Dedicated/12 month unlimited)

There are only a few spaces for each class. Check the sessions out in the “Workshops” section and get in quick to secure your place! 🏃🏼‍♂️🏃🏻‍♀️🧘🏼‍♀️🧘🏽‍♂️🙏🏻💖


Chai Tea

We had lots of comments and requests for the recipe of the yogi chai tea we served on International Yoga Day last week. This tea is full of health promoting benefits, as well as being delicious, soothing, and a great coffee substitute!

The spices used are said to have the following health properties:

  • Black pepper – a blood purifier
  • Cardamon pods – a digestive aid
  • Cloves – beneficial for the nervous system
  • Cinnamon – strengthens bones
  • Ginger root – healing for colds and flu, increases energy

Our recipe also contained almond milk, however you could leave this out, or use another milk or milk substitute according to your preference. Black tea added at the end is also optional. It will store well in the fridge for up to a week with the milk, or longer as a clear tea.

  1. Place 2 litres of water in a saucepan and add:
  2. 15 whole cloves
  3. 20 green cardamon pods (crushed slightly)
  4. 15 black peppercorns
  5. 5 x 2inch sticks of cinnamon or equivalent in shorter lengths
  6. 8 slices of fresh ginger root
  7. Boil gently, covered, for 30 minutes, adding water if it evaporates.
  8. Then add ½ teaspoon of black tea and up to 1 litre of milk of your choice.
  9. Bring back to the boil then turn heat off.
  10. Strain, serve and enjoy!

We didn’t use any sweetener, however would recommend rice malt syrup if you absolutely must!

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Arm Balancing 101 with Charlton – 8th July

Have you seen people arm balance in class around you and thought ‘How?’ or ‘I can’t!’ Challenge your comfort zone and be willing to try something new! Or if arm balance is already in your practice, take this workshop to refine and refresh.

Over this 2 hour workshop, Charlton works with you from the foundations to build the strength, balance and confidence required to learn a variety of arm balancing postures.

There are very limited places available for this workshop to ensure you get the assistance required for you to achieve your goals.

Early Bird Special available for May only
$40 / $35 concession – book now!

Book now

*From 1st June $45 / $40 concession
(*10% discount for Dedicated Yogis & 12 month unlimited members)