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Our methods

Methods taught in our studio are carefully selected, which aim to improve your wellness and fitness levels.

The Garuda Method

Developed by James D’Silva, the Garuda Method is the modern hybrid of Pilates, Yoga, Dance. It features a unique apparatus and matwork syllabus that delivers the ultimate in effective body conditioning and rehabilitation. 

Whether you’re recovering from a physical injury, looking to add to your current exercise regime or an accomplished athlete, Garuda will challenge you but the rewards will be considerable.


specially targeted to sculpt your core muscles, enhance core strength and build endurance. Intensity builds with dynamic routine set to upbeat music. This workout is designed for all levels. Come and get your abs and butt pop!

Alignment Hatha Yoga

Hatha Align gives attention to the form, alignment, action and intention of poses and movement through instruction and practice. This attention is the catalyst for the physical, mental and spiritual transformation of your yoga practice.

This practice is characterised by precision and alignment in the execution of the postures (asanas), sequencing of the postures towards desired results. Classes are often with themes, timing in the length of time and the asanas are held for maximum benefit, and the use of props if required to help a student gain the maximum benefit from each asana.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga as exercise, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine, with asanas (postures) that are held for longer periods of time than in other styles. Advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.


Pilates Mat is a functional movement method and is the basis for the entire Pilates system of workouts, which trains the body as a whole, focusing on initiating movement from the powerhouse.  It creates a strong foundation of balance, strength, mobility and flexibility.

PIlates can transform the way your body looks, feels and performs, by teaching you more about body awareness, good posture and functional movement.  You will get stronger without the extra bulk as it tones and leans out muscle.

Practicing pilates consistently is beneficial to everyone as it can be modified for people who have just begun exercising and made more challenging for those who are more advanced.  It is also gentle on the joints making it a safe workout that will maintain the longevity of your body.