"Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self." - The Bhagavad Gita


With a relaxed studio and happy vibes, Flow Yoga is sure to give you all the inner-peace and tranquillity you need.

It is a space where you can be yourself while unwinding, exercising your body, and relaxing your mind.

Flow Yoga offers Hatha Yoga, pre- and post-natal exercises, Pilates with a twist, and Tai Chi.

Classes are deliberately kept small. Each class has a maximum of 7-8 participants to ensure individual attention and therefore the best possible practice.


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Hatha Yoga is a branch of yoga that emphasizes physical exercises to master the body along with mind, as well as exercises to withdraw it from external objects. The word haṭha means "force" in Sanskrit, and may have this association because the early Indians believed that its practice was challenging and "forced its results to happen" on the yogi. The term "Hatha Yoga" connotes a system of supplementary physical techniques within the broader concept of Yoga.


The Hatha yoga practice emphasizes proper diet, processes to internally purify the body, proper breathing and its regulation particularly during the yoga practice, and the exercise routine consisting of asanas (bodily postures). The methodology sometimes includes sequences such as the Surya Namaskara, or "salute to the sun", which consists of several asanas performed as a fluid movement sequence.



Staying in shape and fit becomes more and more of an issue as you get older. There are loads of ways one can stay fit and healthy and it really doesn’t matter what type of exercise one does as long as you keep your body moving. Weightlifting, aerobics, and running are not very kind on the joints especially as you get older. But there is an alternative that will not affect you negatively. Taking part in yoga is an excellent option for anyone whose body can only handle low-impact activities that will not affect joints and muscles.

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This is sometimes called prenatal yoga. Prenatal yoga is one of the best things that you can do for yourself, as well as your growing baby.

As your baby grows inside your body you need more energy and strength to be carry the extra weight around. Yoga positions and poses help to strengthen your hips, back, arms, and shoulders.

There are specific muscle groups in our bodies that have more stress put on them as the baby grows. The lower back tends to curve more due to the increased size and weight of our bellies. Hips also get tighter due to the added stress and strain of the baby's weight. As breasts increase in size, the upper back and chest have increased tension, and this includes the neck and shoulder area.

Through the practice of deep breathing, the nervous system goes into parasympathetic mode, which is responsible for relaxation. When our bodies are in that mode, our digestive system operates properly, we tend to sleep better, and our immune system is at its best.

What some of our happy clients say

"First time and loved it..... thanks Anene Muller for a session with you"

Leonie van Eeden

"Well balanced. You leave feeling relaxed and recharged."

Michelle Liebenberg

"Awesome!! If you're not coming to Flow Yoga, you don't know what you're missing!!"

Beverly Stuttaford

"Super fun and relaxing session this morning. Looking forward to more. Never knew Yoga could be so calming"

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