The Answers You Need To Know

How do I get started?

Contact us to discuss your level of experience and any fitness issues you may experience. Our registration form will help you understand what we need to know.

Our gentle classes are suited to people who have injuries or phsyical limitations; or want to focus on stretching and yoga therapy.

I'm over 50, is Yoga suitable for me?

Yes, of course! We can easily cater our classes for all ages and for treatment of specific conditions such as arthritis and stiffness etc., by getting you to start with gentle classes first and then build-up from there. We will nurture you as you work at your own pace. Our teachers are happy to cater for your individual needs.

What if I suffer an injury or sickness and can't attend?

We do have a Cancellation Policy in place, but if you do come down with an illness or suffer an injury - we recommend you contact us to discuss.

How can I pay for my class?

At the studio: We accept cash, eftpos, Visa and Mastercard.

Online booking: We accept payment via Paypal, Visa and Mastercard.

Direct deposit: Elect to pay via direct bank transfer, just send us a copy of your bank transfer confirmation.

Can I claim a Health Care Rebate?

Some health funds provide rebates for yoga classes; we recommend you check with your health care provider about what is available to you.

If you require a receipt to claim, we recommend you speak with Louis or Gigi.

Transfer of Class Pass or Membership

Passes and memberships may not be shared. Anyone caught sharing memberships will be denied entry and forfeit their pass or membership permanently.

Do you offer Refunds?

Please note that all purchases are final. Yoga & Beyond does not grant refunds, transfers, or extensions for change of mind or circumstances.

If you have any other questions, definitely get in contact with us to discuss.

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Yoga & Beyond is in association with the Health and Happiness Centre.