5.30pm - 7.00pm             Level  2
7.05pm - 8.30pm             Level 1

9.30am - 11.00am     General class (all levels)
6.00pm - 7.30pm       Level 1 & 2

9.30am - 11.30am     Level  2 & 3
6.00pm - 7.15pm       Level 1 & beginners

7.00am - 8.30am       Level 2
9.30am - 11.00am           Level 1

Check our Special 5-week Introductory Course
    No Classes are scheduled from Friday to Sunday


10 Class Concession card (valid for 100 days*) $200

5 Class Concession card (valid for 100 days*)    $110

Casual classes    $25
Please contact us prior to class

5 Week Introductory Special card    $90
Wednesdays 6.00pm to 7.15pm Details here

New to Yoga and wish for more information then go to our FAQ page

* The 100 days commences with the first use of the card and will be extended accordingly when the school is closed or a class is cancelled.
All cards are neither non-transferable nor refundable

Bank:   KiwiBank
Name: Loris Mills
Acc:     38-9007-0024890-00
Please enter your name and the word "yoga" in the reference box


Loris Mills is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher and the Director of Queenstown Yoga Studio
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All the classes at the Studio are taught in the Iyengar Yoga tradition.
Practised over time Iyengar Yoga develops stability, strength, suppleness and a calm, measured approach to life.
Classes are structured to suit all levels of Yoga experience and ability.   Briefly they are as follows:
Students new to Yoga are introduced to all the basic asanas (poses) of Iyengar Yoga with careful attention to individual alignment.
Level 1
Introduces the philosophy and discipline of Iyengar Yoga including the first of the inversions and breathing (Prana) awareness.
Level 2
For regular practitioners working towards proficiency with inversions and a greater depth of understanding in Yoga philosophy
Level 3
For the more advanced practitioner who has an on-going committment to deepen their understanding of the 8 limbs of Yoga

To help introduce interested participants to Iyengar Yoga, a 5-week Introductory Course is run on a regular basis from 6.00pm - 7.15pm on Wednesday evenings.

Visiting Iyengar Yoga practitioners are always welcome. Please contact us first to check when we have a space for you.


46 Boyes Crescent
Frankton 9300
New Zealand

Mobile:    021 0361635

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GPS co-ordinates
Latitude:     45° 01' 34.15" S
Longitude: 168° 43' 59.33" E


What is Iyengar Yoga?
Iyengar Yoga is named after the late BKS Iyengar one of the foremost yoga teachers in the world. He taught yoga for over 75 years and still had a regular practice at the age of 95 years. BKS Iyengar created this form of yoga based firmly on the traditional
eight limbs of Yoga
He introduced the use of props such as blocks, belts and bolsters to assist in correcting body alignment. These aids allow students of all levels to experience the benefit of achieving asanas (poses) that they would otherwise not have been able to do. An Iyengar Yoga class pays particular attention to the sequencing of asanas to ensure that a healthy central nervous system is maintained and brought into balance. BKS Iyengar also applied his knowledge to assist sufferers of many illnesses and chronic body pain.

What should I wear to Yoga?
Comfortable exercise clothing that does not restrict movement - e.g. shorts, tights and a T-shirt.
Our studio has a heated floor so even in winter you will be comfortable.

Can I eat or drink prior to a Yoga class?
It is best not to consume food within at least one hour of Yoga practice. Keep to light food that is easy to digest. Do ensure that you are well hydrated especially in the warmer summer months by drinking water regularly leading up to the class. We do not encourage drinking during class.
Good body hydration will help prevent any muscle soreness the following day.
No alcohol is to be consumed prior to class.

What if I have health issues?
Should you experience headaches, eye problems, ear-ache, colds, back, neck or knee issues, high blood pressure or any other heart condition you should inform your teacher before class.
If you are taking any form of medication please advise your teacher.
Your teacher is there to guide you and must know of ALL health issues.
All discussion will be held in confidence and in strict compliance with the NZ Health Information Privacy Code 1994 (incl. amendments)

What if I am pregnant or menstruating?
Some Yoga asanas are not recommended for women during pregnancy or menstruation. Your teacher will be able to assign you more appropriate work during class so it is most important to inform your teacher of your condition.

What should I bring to class?
Our studio is fully equipped so there is no need to bring anything except an open mind.
Some practitioners do prefer however to bring their own mats to class. It is completely up to you.
Please arrive at least 10 minutes before commencement of class especially if it is your first class.
Arriving late can be disruptive to everyone.

What will it be like in my first class?
You should never have to feel self-conscious or nervous in your first class as all students soon realise that no one is judging anyone and the energy of the class is very supportive.
To help introduce interested participants to Iyengar Yoga, a 5-week Introductory Course is run on a regular basis from 6.00pm - 7.15pm on Wednesday evenings


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You as an individual are responsible for the security of and access to your own computer.


Wednesdays 6.00pm to 7.15pm

Please register your interest in this special offer on the Introductory CONTACT FORM

The Beginners' class is suitable for people of all ages and fitness. Here you are taught the introductory postures called asanas slowly and in depth with the use of props if required to ensure good structural alignment and understanding.
It's a great way to start your yoga journey as it gives you the confidence to develop your own regular yoga practice.