Timetable & Fees Wātaka me Utu Whakauru

Jo’s classes are designed for every day people who are seeking a little bit of calm, a little bit of peace, and a practice that encompasses all aspects of wellbeing;  physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.  No extreme flexibility required, no feet behind heads.  Simply asana, pranayama, mudra, chanting and meditation.

Yoga is a life science, and can bring you relief from stress and tension, can help you create vibrant health and happiness, and give you time out from your busy life. Yoga, to heal the body on all levels, to create strength, stamina and flexibility, to give relief from insomnia, stress and anxiety.  To promote good health and give real benefits to many health issues that can affect our daily lives. 

Whāia te mātauranga hei oranga mō koutou~Seek after learning for the sake of your well-being

Monday PM – Pō Rāhina


General Class All levels welcome (If you are brand new to yoga, please contact Jo before attending)

$15.00 per class


Friday AM – Rā Rāmere

10-11am Petone Club Udy St 

All levels class – please bring a yoga mat

This class is for members of Petone Club and affiliated club and is included in your club membership.

Monday Rāhina Rā

9.45-10.45am starts Monday 29th April 2019

General Easy Class All levels welcome.  This class is for the older or injured body, and for those who prefer a gentler way of moving. (If you are brand new to yoga, please contact Jo before attending)

Our Monday morning class is a prepay per term class 

Term two runs from Monday 29th April to Monday 1st July 2019 

The fee for the term is $125.00 this equates to $12.50 per class. 

Please note carefully the terms and conditions for this class:  Payment is in advance, there are no further discounts on the term fee.  There are no transfers to other classes or future term classes for missed classes within the term paid for.  There are no refunds for missed classes for any reason.  If you know for certain you cannot make all the classes within the term, or if you join the class late in the term, you can pay a casual rate of $15.00 per class.  Please note though that this class only runs when sufficient students are enrolled. 

Contact Jo to enroll for the class [email protected]





Please contact me if you are not sure which class is right for you –  [email protected] 

A private yoga class is a great way to learn the basics before you attend your first class and a wonderful way to start your yoga journey.

You can find out more about each class on our class descriptions page.

Payment Methods 

Cash – If you are attending class casually, payment is cash only at the studio (no eftpos sorry) or by Direct Credit on the day of class (preferred)

Direct Deposit  – please insert your name as a reference if paying by direct credit

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Wear comfortable warm clothes, layers are great.  Bring a yoga mat if you have one, we do have mats for your use at the studio. 

All classes are held at Stokes Valley Uniting Church, front hall, 346 Stokes Valley Road, Stokes Valley, Lower Hutt.  There is plenty of parking behind the church and roadside, and entry doors at both the front and back of the building.

There are no classes on public holidays.  We run in line with the school terms (except for term one which starts earlier). There are no classes in school holidays with the exception of scheduled courses/workshops and chanting & meditation class.

You do not need to book.  All classes (except courses & workshops) are drop in, but please see notes for each class above, as some classes are suitable for all levels and some classes are for experienced yogis only. 

Please come 15 minutes early to your first class to meet Jo and fill in our student registration form.  You can also fill in the from pre-class online here. 

Please note we start on time, if you arrive too close to the class start time or just on or after the class start time for your first class and you have not filled in the online registration, you will be unable to attend the class as it is disruptive to the other students.   Thanks for your understanding.

              “Every act of the body is an act of the soul ” – William Alfred

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