Yoga Class Madeira
Yoga Class Madeira

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Group Yoga Class Times

To ensure the best collective practice experience, group Yoga classes are labelled at a specific level (foundation or intermediate). Kindly note that pre-booking is required, no drop-ins.

⚫️ Monday at 18:00pm to 19:30pm – Foundation Level. All welcome, no previous Yoga experience needed.
⚫️ Wednesday at 18:00pm to 19:30pm – Intermediate Level. At least two years Yoga experience of any style needed.
⚫️ Friday at 9:30am to 11am – Intermediate Level. At least two years Yoga experience of any style needed.

Group Yoga Class Levels

⚫️ Foundation Level – All welcome, no previous Yoga experience needed. Slow and steady, with time to adjust. Single postures, taught with variations to suit each individual. The class focus is on basic alignment cues, and the use of props to support alignment. Perfect for beginners, or students wanting to get back into Yoga practice after a break, or anyone whom feels to practice Yoga slowly.

⚫️ Intermediate Level – At least two years Yoga experience, or regular practice of any style needed. Strong and creative, with options to modify. Sequences include static alignment and dynamic vinyasa, with a touch of restorative. Alignment cues are offered within the framework of personal exploration and autonomy.  Perfect for agile Yoga practitioners whom enjoy physical challenge and philosophical contemplation.

Private Yoga Class Times

Book a convenient time that suits your personal schedule. Private Yoga classes are designed to suit the level of each individual. 

Yogaflow Studio

Yogaflow studio is behind The Forum shopping mall in Ajuda. See location, enquiry form, and booking details on the CONTACT page. 

Kindly note that pre-booking is required, no drop-ins.

See INFO page for detailed information about the private and group Yoga classes offered. 

See RATES page for class cost.

What clients Say

“I feel incredibly blessed to have met Mel as my first yoga teacher in Cape Town 12 years ago and to have been able to enjoy her wonderful teachings ever since. She teaches yoga with great intention, knowledge and attention to alignment, thereby infusing her lessons with a deep insight into the human body and the healing power of yoga. With her calm presence, Mel knows how to create a loving and safe environment for students of all levels to deeply explore their own personal physical and energetic experience on the mat. In her unique style, she makes her classes very personal, and she beautifully links our yoga practice to our experiences in real life, its challenges and adventures, making it a deeply insightful experience that helps us to connect to ourselves and the world around us with greater awareness. In the past few years, she has demonstrated to be very skilled in online yoga teaching too, guiding a beautiful, growing community of people worldwide through their yoga practice – connecting to their experience virtually in such a way that it felt as if you were in her yoga studio. I am so grateful for your magical yoga guidance lieve Mel, may your teachings reach the souls & hearts of people far and wide. I’m excited for you to continue to share your teachings in Madeira and beyond, and am looking forward to continue my practice with you” – Lilian Plomp

“Yoga begins with listening. When we listen, we are giving space to what is. We are allowing other people to be what they are, and we are sanctioning our own bodies and our minds to fully manifest. Yoga also begins in the present moment. Many classic texts, such as the Yoga Sutra by Patangali, start with the word ‘atha’, meaning ‘now’, which refers to this very notion. In the context of the Yoga Sutra, the use of the word ‘atha’ means that we have come to a point in our lives where we are ready to to wake up from our conditioned existence and our habitual ways of behaving, thinking, and interacting with the world. It insinuates that we are finally ready to get real and to discover the essence of all existence that lies deep down in the core of our own heart and at the center of our being.”
Richard Freeman