About Studio 2 Yoga

Studio 2 Pilates About Studio 2 Yoga

Yoga seated twistIn a world where go go go is the name of the game, taking some time out for personal development is so important. Yoga allows you to balance your body and your mind. It can help calm the mind and lower stress levels by focusing the mind on the moment and the movements rather than on external distractions.

About our Yoga classes:

Our small studio in Mowbray, in the southern suburbs of Cape Town offers Vinyassa style yoga with a restorative focus. Find out more about this style here. We limit the number in a class to a maximum of 6, allowing all classes to be tailored to suit individual needs.

Our ladies-only policy provides clients with a comfortable space in which to calm the mind and leaves one free to focus completely on the body’s needs. Our classes are suitable for all levels of experience!

Please get in touch to find out more!

Studio 2 Yoga class times and fees:

  • Thursdays 09:00-09:55
  • Thursdays 18:00-18:55

Studio 2 Yoga is run on exactly the same pricing structure as our other group classes. Prices are based on a monthly fee depending on how many classes per week are attended and paid in advance. Of course, you can combine these with your group Pilates or Barre classes to reduce the rate per class!

  • One class per week: R510.00 per month
  • Two classes per week: R934.00 per month
  • Three classes per week: R1282.00 per month

If you are new to Studio 2, use our contact form to book your first free introductory class or to ask any questions you might have!

7 benefits of Yoga:

Yoga Downward Dog pose - Web1.  Lowers stress
2.  Improves quality of sleep
3.  Improves balance and stability
4.  Improves muscle tone and strength
5.  Improves your posture
6.  Improves energy levels
7.  Increases flexibility

A brief history of Yoga

The history of Yoga can be traced back to India over five thousand years ago. Yoga is one of the six orthodox systems of Indian Philosophy. The word yoga, from the Sanskrit root “yuj” means unity or bind and is often interpreted as “union” which indicates that the purpose of Yoga is to unite ourselves with our highest nature.

Yoga is a method for training and uniting the body, mind and spirit and has been practised over the centuries in many different forms.