Yoga Classes in Belconnen

Increase strength, stamina and flexibility with yoga.

Classes for all levels

Improve your fitness and overall wellbeing.

Classical Hatha Yoga

Traditional postures that have been passed down for decades.

Modern Vinyasa Yoga

Connect the movement with the breath with this flowing style of practice.

Experience how yoga can change your life for the better.

For centuries yoga has proven to be a meaningful way to improve one’s health physically, mentally and emotionally.

Join me for a regular yogasana practice and begin to make this positive difference in your life. With practice, your posture will improve, along with breath control and your ability to calm your mind. You will gain strength, flexibility and stamina which will contribute to your overall physical health and wellbeing. When practised regularly you will become more capable to relax and cope with stress when it arises.

Within only a few weeks, yoga can become a keystone habit that will have a positive effect on other aspects of your life.


12 January–9 April


5:30–6:30pm Yoga for Power & Grace
6:30–7:30pm Slow Flow Yoga


5:45–6:45pm Yoga for Relaxation


8–9am Yoga for Power & Grace
9–10am Slow Flow Sunday Yoga on select Sundays
9–10am Family Yoga on select Sundays

Classes are run at the Belconnen Arts Centre (except 2 February which will be at BCS)
Online bookings required. Join at any time within a term.
Follow the links above for class descriptions and specific dates.
Classes cancelled: 18 December–11 January


Slow Flow Yoga

Connect postures with breath and fluid movements in this well-rounded practice. With a slower pace, there’s time to settle into posture and explore more subtle sensations in the body.

Yoga Play in Schools

Yoga Play is a unique way to connect with students out of the confines of a desk. I offer participants a fun way to learn traditional yoga poses and sequences, as well as play games and tell stories.

Yoga for Relaxation

Relax, reflect and re-energise yourself with these gentle classes aimed at calming the mind and restoring your body to a peaceful state of being.

Yoga for Power & Grace

If you have chosen yoga as a way to improve your fitness, then this is the class for you. This class emphasises strength, flexibility, and stamina…

Family Yoga

A wonderful way to share yoga with those you love the most—your family.


Slow Flow Yoga on Tuesdays & Sundays
All passes purchased before 2020 will be valid for 4 months.
Family Yoga Sunday 23 February 9am
VENUE CHANGE: Sun 2 February

Affordable & Flexible

Attend casually for $20 per class* or purchase a 10-class pass for $170**.

Take up the Yoga Habit Challenge of 10 classes in 10 weeks and get your next pass for only $150.

Bookings are required for all classes. Join at any time, classes are on continuous intake.
*valid for one month; **valid for three months


Contact me today to discuss how I can help you to develop a yoga practice. My approach to teaching yoga is methodical and accessible. I am happy to answer any of your questions either by email or by phone.

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Why Do You Want to Try Yoga?

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Yogasana Fitness Canberra Yoga Studio Jen Brown Belconnen GungahlinYogasana is an excellent way to improve strength and stability. Many of the yoga postures we practise require core strength and target the large muscle groups such as legs, back, shoulders and chest. If this is one of your aims for trying yoga, then I would recommend you try Vinyasa Yoga for Power & Grace. This is my most popular class and has been attended by some individual students for many years.
Jen Brown Yogasana Fitness Yoga Instruction in Canberra Belconnen GungahlinAll of my classes have some element of stretching involved. So attending any class regularly will improve your flexibility. However, Yoga for Relaxation focusses on stretching for longer periods of time (3-5 minutes for some postures) and this might improve your flexibility more than other classes where we only hold each posture for a few breaths.
Jen Brown Yogasana Fitness Yoga Instruction in Canberra Belconnen GungahlinYoga has become popular over the past several decades as a way to improve one’s health and wellbeing. One reason yoga is beneficial is because it focusses on the physical, mental and emotional aspects of a person. By connecting movement with the breath, students find that over time and with practice, the exercises become less physical, thus allowing them to delve deeper into their mental and emotional states. If you consider yourself new to yoga, then I recommend that you try Yoga for Beginners, Yoga for Relaxation or Slow Flow Yoga. These classes are slower than Vinyasa Yoga for Power & Grace and more accessible to beginners.
Jen Brown Yogasana Fitness Yoga Instruction in Canberra Belconnen GungahlinUsing yoga as a tool to reduce stress and anxiety is a common reason many students attend classes with me. If you find that you are anxious, worried, depressed or having trouble sleeping, then yoga may be beneficial to reducing some of these symptoms. Having said that however, it is not a quick fix. Although you may feel better during and after class, the affects are only long-lasting if you develop a regular practice. Even 10 minutes a day can make a tremendous difference in how you move, breathe, think and interact with others. Consider if you’d like to try a more active class such as Vinyasa Yoga for Power & Grace, or a more chill class such as Yoga for Relaxation. Between those two extremes I also have Yoga for Beginners and Slow Flow Yoga, all of which can help to reduce stress, anxiety and depression.
Kids Holiday Yoga Family Belconnen Canberra AustraliaI have had many students who have discovered that they enjoy coming to yoga because they can attend with a friend or family member. This activity is safe for people of varying abilities and genders so you don’t have to be as fit/strong/flexible as your partner because you are free to do what you can on your own mat. If you purchase a 10-class pass you may share this with anyone in your family, including children as young as 7 (attending with a carer). This is also a wonderful way to introduce children and teens to yoga in an effort to reduce anxiety, increase focus and improve strength, balance and coordination. I also offer Family Yoga on select Sundays and this is a fabulous way to share yoga with children as young as 5.
prenatal yoga private instruction Jen Brown Yogasana Fitness Belconnen CanberraMany women have discovered that yoga can be beneficial in preparation before and after childbirth. I do certainly promote these benefits myself, however I do not offer pre- or post-natal classes. However I do allow pregnant women to attend my classes if they are willing to meet with me for a private session first to discuss and learn the modifications that should be made while participating in a class with others who are not pregnant. If your health is in good standing and your healthcare provider believes you should be fine to participate in yoga, then please contact me to discuss which classes you can attend. Please read this first on Attending Classes While Pregnant and Practising Yoga During Pregnancy.

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