Beginner Yoga Timetable

Beginner Yoga Course 6th April

To join a class, get a pass, & reserve a class.

How to reserve an online or in-studio class

You can make Class Reservations at these live links:

The class reservations above are made with our booking app called Punchpass. It’s simple to use, and there at instructions at the above pages.

If you need more help with making a reservation, see the video here.

How to get a pass for our yoga classes for beginners

Convert to your local time

If you use an iPhone, the World Clock feature on your Apple clock can be set to show Flametree’s class times in Darwin, Australia.

Here’s one way you can use the app below.

  1. On the left hand side, insert Flametree’s class time in Darwin Australia from the above timetable.
  2. On the right hand side, insert the name of your city on the bottom right.
  3. Your local time for the class will show in the top right hand box.

More about beginner yoga at Flametree

These yoga classes for beginners can be joined at any time.

The many class options are shown in the beginner timetable above

There’s a range of package of yoga classes for beginners, including in-studio(offline), online and playback.

Flametree Beginners Classes are live and interactive classes with teacher demonstrations, commentary and feedback.

If you wish to join the beginner level, purchase a weekly subscription pass or a beginner course pass, and then you will be able to reserve any one of the various yoga classes for beginners each week.

Week to week passes include a two-week free trial. If you buy a 4-week beginner course, the two weeks before the course starts is free.

What is done in these yoga classes for beginners

With a beginner level  pass, you can each week come to any combination of the above yoga classes for beginners.

You don’t need to come to the same class each week.

In each week, beginner classes have a similar content and syllabus, with some variation for your interest, and based on the focus of the particular teacher. The particular types of classes (other than just Beginner classes), listed in the above timetable, have these meanings:

  • Beginner Standard Poses. These classes are all those beginner classes that are not marked with a special focus. In these classes, approximately 20-30 introductory and simple yoga poses are taught. They are also revised regularly. This allows you to get better at them steadily, and also allows people to join at any time. The standard poses include some extra focus on aerobic movement, including dynamic sun salutes and lunges.
  • Beginner  (Women Only) –  Postures for women whether menstruating, pre-menopausal, menopausal or post-menopausal. Plus matters for improved intimacy. (The Women Only mixed level class deals with similar issues, but includes a wider range of postures, and ones that are not suitable for beginners.)
  • Beginner (Easy Restorative) – Focus on restorative poses for energy, renewal, reducing anxiety, de-stressing relaxing… It`s easier than the average beginner class. This is also a very good place to start for anyone who is worried about whether the yoga is easy enough for them, and/or some who are fifty years plus.
  • Beginner (Back-care Focus) – This class contains more than average of beginner poses that address common back issues for people. However, any beginner will still find the postures useful to learn as part of the Beginner yoga syllabus.
  • Get Up & Go Morning class – This class moves at a moderate pace through a series of standing yoga poses. It’s good for building strength, flexibility & balance. It will get your circulation up for your day, so you feel good, and perform better in whatever you’re up to for the day.
  • Beginner (Slow/ Gentle Yoga) – These classes are especially easy and slow, with a particular focus on back, hips, knees, shoulders and neck. The Gentle & Chair Yoga is similar, but there is much more focus on doing simple poses that use a chair. These classes are good for any age group, but may be especially attractive for some Senior, depending on how much exercise you have been doing in recent times. They’re also another good option for those in Flametree’s Backcare Class (above).
  • Beginner (Introduction to Breath Meditation – This class starts with some easy restorative poses to expand and strengthen your chest. They move onto some easy and introductory breath meditation.

There’s more about each type of class under the “Class Types” tab on our site.