Yoga has been in my life for more than two decades and like many, in the beginning I was drawn to the physicality of the yoga postures, called asana. I welcomed the feeling of vitality, suppleness and strength I gained as an antidote to the long hours spent sitting at my desk job. Over time, I found the more subtle and gradual changes that occur slowly are even more profound. Yoga takes us on a journey of self-discovery. It teaches us self-awareness, to let go of the things that don't serve us and it changes how we perceive ourselves and the world around us. Yoga helps us to release unhealthy attachments and brings us closer to our true essence. It's where we find steadiness, balance and ease - and a sense of coming home.

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"Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured."  B.K.S. Iyenger

Discover the joy of yoga

Whether you're a curious beginner or want support to progress on your yoga journey, I'll meet you wherever you are. With a commitment toward consistency and dedication in your practice, the promise of enhanced wellbeing in body, mind and heart awaits you.

Group yoga at Drummoyne Community Centre

Community Group Yoga

Held weekly on Saturday mornings in Drummoyne, our community group classes are fun and friendly

Private Yoga Class with Coming Home Yoga

Private Yoga

Prefer personalised classes, at a time and place that's  convenient to you? Let's talk

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Hatha / Vinyasa

Hatha, vinyasa, flow, slow/gentle flow, power flow - these are some of the names given to various styles of postural yoga that is commonly associated with yoga as it is taught today. Postural yoga aims to develop strength, build stamina and increase flexibility. 

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The style you prefer simply depends on your temperament. In a hatha class we take more time to get into the pose, hold and come out of the pose. Hatha is a good place to start if you're a beginner. In a vinyasa/flow class the movement from pose to pose is more fluid and feels almost like a dance.

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Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Sydney

Yin Yoga

Where hatha/vinyasa are yang styles of yoga, yin yoga is the polar opposite. Yang types of yoga target the muscles while yin yoga targets the deep connective tissues: ligaments, joints, fascia and bones.

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Yin yoga is mostly floor-based and the poses are held for several minutes. Props are often used to provide support. 

In yin yoga our aim is to improve mobility and calm the nervous system. The long holds provide a mental challenge as we resolve to stay still and dissolve discomfort.

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Yin Yoga Sydney

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a yin practice that looks a lot like yin yoga but has a  very different intention.

Where in yin yoga we seek to find and challenge our edge, in restorative there is no edge. That is to say, we are not looking for a stretch sensation.

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In restorative yoga, the intention is to allow the body to melt into the supporting props and completely let go. This is a practice for times when stress levels are high or when recovering from injury or illness.

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Restorative Yoga Sydney


Commonly known as breathwork, there are a multitude of pranayama techniques for different purposes. Pranayama can be used to energise, calm, soothe or balance.

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The various techniques teach us to connect with our breath, increase lung capacity, breath more efficiently and balance the nervous system. Pranayama will often be incorporated into a postural yoga class.

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Pranayama with Coming Home Yoga Sydney

Chair Yoga

Chair yoga, makes yoga practice accessible for those with limited mobility, who can't get down to the floor and whose balance is highly challenged. Poses are done either sitting on or standing beside a chair. 

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Chair Yoga Sydney