Welcome to the Yogalates Academy. We offer a range of classes for all levels and ages including:

  • Yogalates™ an award wining method of the fusion Yoga Pliates
  • Hatha Slow Flow
  • Gentle Hatha & Meditation
  • Yin Restorative Yoga
  • Vinyasa

Read more about each of our classes and recommended props below, meet our teachers or check out our Studio Timetable to make a booking. We look forward to practising with you in one of our Byron based studios soon!



The Solomon Yogalates™ method will help you develop your breath, postural alignment, core and functional movement whilst deeply restoring your nervous system and mind. You will learn to balance from your core with ease as you fine-tune the core body.
Designed to awaken and strengthen the subtle yet structural core muscles through Pilates based exercises while incorporating the asana (postures), philosophy and wisdom of Yoga.
This is a mindful practice that provides balance of strength and flexibility whilst catering for many different body types, conditions, age and fitness levels - it’s Yoga for every ‘body’!

The class is layered with breath awareness to deepen core recruitment as the complexity of poses are explored through the many levels apply levers and load. Recruiting core strength in static holds, slow flow movements and sequencing, foundational standing and balancing postures.
The class completes with a soothing Savasana relaxation - the perfect end to a truly remarkable award wining practise.


A dynamic yoga practice linking each movement with breath. The class guides students to a smooth flow where they simply dance with their breath and yoga postures which helps them get into a meditative state. It encourages students to move into each asana/posture with solid foundation and awareness, attention to the breaths and the mind will naturally become more steady, quiet and still afterwards. Yoga practice becomes a form of art, dance and meditation. The class is weaved with intelligent sequencing,  variations and modifications and various options, mantra chanting, pranayama (breathworks to purify our breath and vital life energy), yoga philosophy and meditation etc. All levels are welcome. 



A slow-paced and still yoga practice that encourages the quality of the moon: calming, cooling, relaxing, releasing and rejuvenating which helps recharge our vital life energy/prana/Qi via stillness, steadiness, physical and mental tension release, letting go, trustful surrender and introspection.

Yin Yoga is an intelligent combination of ancient wisdom (traditional Hatha Yoga, Traditional Chinese Medicine with meridians/energetic channels) and modern science of fascia. It helps purify our energetic channels, keep our fascia healthy, young and bouncy. It also nourishes our parasympathetic nervous system which is critical for resting, digesting and recovering.

The class is supported by many props including fascia balls to support you with deep stretch, tension/tightness release and stable flexibility. You will feel a sense of lightness, spaciousness, length and softness after that class. The class is weaved with various concepts, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, myofascial tension release, yoga philosophy (yoga sutra etc), mantra chanting, pranayama (calming and cooling style) and meditation (yoga nidra - deep yogic sleep and relaxation, mindfulness meditation, breath awareness, mantra japa etc ) and chakra/ 5 elements purification etc. All levels are welcome regardless of your flexibility. 


All levels are welcome to this dynamic yoga practice linking movement with breath; the class guides students into a smooth flow of dancing their breath and a yoga posture, finding a meditative state. It encourages students to move into each asana/posture with a solid foundation and awareness. With attention on each breath the mind will naturally steady and calm.
Yoga practice becomes a form of art, dance and meditation.
This class is weaved with intelligent sequencing, variations and modifications, mantra chanting, pranayama (breath work to purify and enhance vital life energy), yoga philosophy and meditation.


We supply all of the props you'll need for our classes, but if you feel to bring your own - please do! Here's what we recommend:

A good quality Yoga Matt

Firstly you will need a good-sized Yoga mat. Always try before you buy, not all Yoga mats are created equal and there are many to choose from lightweight to eco-friendly. If you want it to last then spend the cash, typically with Yoga Matts you pay for what you get so try not to go for one that’s at the bottom of the price range. if you get a great mat that will last a lifetime your saving yourself money by not having to renew it. 

A Yoga Blanket

Most people are a little unsure why you would need a Yoga blanket, well here’s why; a blanket can help and Yoga practice for getting grounded, offering comfort and much more. You can rest, kneel or lie on your blanket to give your back and lips a lift. Moreover after your last exercise there’s nothing more indulgent that covering yourself in a cosy blanket for your last relaxation pose.

Yoga Strap

If you're serious about really giving Yoga your best shot then you’ll benefit from getting a strap. Yoga straps allow you to make poses that you wouldn’t necessarily be able to do, but you will still get the benefit of making the pose.

A Yoga Block

The original Yoga block is designed to simulate and raise the floor for your practices. They can help achieve balance, comfort and better alignment. There are many shapes and sizes you can get on the market now so have a look round and choose one that most suits your needs.


The best part of beginning any new exercise is going out and buying some new attire to feel good in. Try to go for the most comfortable clothes that are also form fitting enough so you can see your knee in relation to your ankle as you need to be able to clearly see your own alignment whilst feeling comfortable.

Remember to be kind to yourself and allow yourself to let go. Take your time. Yogalates is something, which requires practice and dedication so don’t limit yourself to class time only.