So you missed a live class but don’t worry…you can purchase it to enjoy later.

We apologise for the clunky nature of this feature, but it is beyond our control. Print these instructions to make it a stress-free way to access all our recent online classes you missed in real time! An amazing resource to support you while the studios are closed.


  1. BUY AN ONLINE CLASS ($5 each)

Before you can see and choose the class you want to watch, you need to purchase the right to see them.

Click this link: to purchase a $5 video


Log in to your account and select PASSES/VOUCHERS/RETAIL (see screen shot) and buy video.



Look for RECORDED ONLINE VIDEOS tab and you’ll see all the classes listed. The name on the left will take you to the link to view the class…you can open this link more than once.

 Be careful to select the class you want…you can’t click another link without having bought another class!

The link takes you straight to the class. It is possible to download a copy for private use.
N.B. many have reported problems trying to view on a mobile so we do NOT recommedn trying to access video links from your phone.

Enjoy a chance to practice in the comfort of your home yoga studio with teachers you know and love.

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