Whether you’re looking for a challenging experience or a more restorative practice, we have you covered. Vinyasa Flow is our core style, balanced with Power Flow, Gentle, Slow Flow, Yin Yoga, Restorative and Meditation, Pilates, Reformer and Barre.
Expect a welcoming light filled space, a chill coastal vibe and you can chill in the lounge and connect with the community after class. We provide everything you need, including mats and other props. Facilities include showers, changing rooms and organic products so that you can step back into your day feeling epic. We offer classes 7 days per week with a skilled teaching team to guide you through your practice.

Arrive 10 – 15 minutes early to take a deep breath and settle into your mat. There is free undercover parking.


Our yoga classes offer a serene and inclusive environment. Cultivate mindfulness, flexibility, and inner balance through a blend of movements, breath control and meditation.
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Our signature yoga class, Vinyasa is characterised by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another seamlessly, using breath. Commonly referred to as “flow” yoga.

Vinyasa will clear the mind and challenge yourself through a dynamic series of postures that balance strength and flexibility. We maintain focus on alignment and awareness of the breath empowering you to feel balanced and centred. Suitable for all levels of experience as variations and modifications of the poses are offered in every class.

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Power Flow

Power Flow Yoga is a powerful, energetic form of yoga where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while connecting their breathing to their movements. It is taught in a warm studio which makes it a vigorous and revitalising form of physical fitness. It incorporates strength, flexibility, balance, cardio and physical and mental stamina in one session.

Baron Baptiste, the founder of this form of yoga, describes this practice as “the perfect blend of sweat and serenity.” It will allow you to release stress, while still building strength and gaining flexibility. All levels welcome, as modifications are always offered! The room will be warm on arrival.

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Slow Flow

Bringing the element of time into the practice. Enjoy slowing down with this blend of Hatha and Vinyasa but, be aware this does not always mean it will be easy.

Poses are generally held for longer periods, with the transitions between slowed down and fewer of them. Poses can be refined and strengthened, without feeling rushed into the next move, next breath, or next pose. The more slow-paced nature of this class means it’s great for beginners, but also perfect for intermediate or advanced yogis who would like to sink deeper into their practice.

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Gentle Flow

Gentle Flow is a slow paced flow class, incorporating gentle stretching and strengthening movements which are performed in a sequence, concentrating in for maximum benefits.

Awareness of the breath helps to calm the mind and enables you to move deeper into the stretches. It’s accessible to all levels from beginners to advanced.

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Enjoy the feelings of rejuvenation and steadiness that arise from a Yin Yoga practice as you slow down, move from noise to silence, from agitation to calm, from complexity to simplicity.

This practice integrates the ancient Yoga teachings with Meridian Theory as taught in Chinese Medicine. Engage the body’s natural healing power as you actively nourish and harmonize the body’s vital life force or chi. As the whole body rests and opens with long held poses, the natural healing power of chi is used to rejuvenate and repair the area of focus.

Women doing Aktiv Living restorative yoga class laying on bolster and mat


Gentle, supportive, and therapeutic. At its core, restorative yoga is a practice of passive healing. As the name suggests, this style of yoga “restores” the body to its parasympathetic nervous system function, which, in turn, helps the body rest, heal, and restore balance. By allowing time for longer asanas (postures or poses) and deeper breathing, restorative yoga helps elicit the relaxation response – slow breathing, reduce blood pressure, and produce a feeling of calm and increased well-being.

A key feature in restorative yoga is the use of props such as blocks, bolsters, or blankets. The props help you hold passive poses for longer without exerting or tiring out your muscles. It also allows you to feel comfortable and supported, regardless of your experience with yoga.

And, since you’re encouraged to relax fully in the pose while focusing on your breath, restorative yoga allows you to release tension in your muscles for longer periods without discomfort.

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This is a class for anyone recovering from injury, new to yoga, or who may find balance and stability challenging without support.

In this gentle class, we incorporate various seated, lying down, and standing postures, with and without a chair, to build strength and stability whilst increasing our range of movement in the body. Gentle flowing Chi Kung movements and mindful breathing, bring a sense of inner calm and peace to both body and mind.

Reformer pilates

Reformer Pilates will enhance core strength, flexibility, and your overall body tone through a series of controlled and precise movements.
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Reformer – Level 1

Beginner class suitable for all levels of fitness. This is a great class to work on the fundamental movements of Pilates. This level 1 class is a full body workout that will challenge you as we flow through a series of exercises. Our instructors will add progressions or modifications to suit your level of fitness. You will improve your fitness, feel stronger, more toned, more flexible, have more energy, more confidence and enjoy life more, both in the studio and out.

Suitable for beginners.
Bring: Grip socks, water and a towel.
Prerequisite: in general good health.

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Reformer – Level 2

This is an intermediate level class that builds on what you’ve learnt in Level 1, bringing a dynamic edge. You’ll be ready to move up to Level 2 classes once you have picked up the foundations in Level 1 and feel confident in your fitness. In this full body class, the intensity is high as your instructor takes you through a flow of challenging movements using more advanced techniques and props.

If you’re unsure if you’re ready for Level 2, chat with your Level 1 instructor and they will guide you.

Bring: Grip socks, towel and water bottle.

Prerequisite: Attend our Level 1 Classes and in general good health and free of injury. Prenatal clients can only attend having completed a Level 1 class and have their doctors clearance.

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Reformer & Mat Fusion

Reformer Fusion is a combination of our Mat & Reformer classes. In each class you will do half on the Mat and half on the Reformer.

These classes are suitable for all levels but expect a strong burn and a fast paced class.

Remember your grip socks.
Prerequisite: in general good health.

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Reformer – Level 3

An intermediate level class aimed to provide a challenging full body workout. Our signature style integrates the Pilates method with flowing transitions that keep the body moving for the entire class. We use the resistance of the reformer springs to lengthen, strengthen and stabilise muscles, whilst sculpting the entire body. This class is a step up as we use weight and duration to increase the intensity. This class is suitable for those fit and free of injury with progressions provided to challenge every body. Expect to sweat.

Bring: Grip socks, towel and water bottle.

Prerequisite: Attend at least 5 x Level 1 or 2 classes and in general good health and free of injury. Not recommended for prenatal clients.

Barre & Mat

Enhance your core strength, flexibility, and muscle tone through a combination of floor exercises and movements utilizing the barre.
Three women doing Aktiv Living Barre class


Barre is a technically focused form of exercise inspired by elements of Ballet, Pilates and Yoga. Most of the class is done at a ballet barre, however the class can take you on and off the mat. Known to give the body long and lean ‘dancers’ limbs, Barre is a full body, muscle endurance workout that focuses on high repetitions of small, precise movements to strengthen and tone, as well as improve agility and flexibility. Using small hand weights, a ball and resistance bands, you’ll feel the burn and see the results in no time!

Three women doing Aktiv Living mat class with bands

Mat Pilates

Mat-based Pilates class focuses on strength, stability, posture, proper breath control, and flexibility. Each class will work to balance all muscle groups’ strength and flexibility, with an emphasis on challenging the core muscles with each movement. Classes will be taught using slow, controlled movements. Suitable for all levels as modifications are offered. Keen to try the Reformers? Scroll down for our Reformer Pilates classes!

Casual classes, memberships, class packs and 4 locations included.

Our regular and guest teachers come together to create immersive and expansive workshops, incorporating learning, creativity, movement and rest.

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