Slow Flow Yoga Classes

About Slow Flow Yoga with D-F Studio in Brookvale

What is Slow Flow Yoga?

At D-F Studio in Brookvale, we offer Slow flow yoga classes, a gentle and meditative form of Vinyasa that is suitable for practitioners of all levels and experiences. This class provides a serene environment where you can explore the nuances of your yoga practice in a mindful and unhurried manner.

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Gentle Flow Yoga classes in Brookvale

Our Slow flow yoga emphasizes the importance of proper alignment and safe movement. As the class progresses at a slower pace, you have ample opportunity to pay close attention to how your body moves into and out of each pose. This careful guidance ensures a safe and effective practice, making it ideal for beginners as well as experienced yogis seeking a deeper understanding of their asanas.

Breath & movement:
A harmonious connection

One of the key intentions of Slow flow yoga is to establish a harmonious link between breath and movement. Practicing at a pace that allows you to observe your body’s natural tendencies can have a positive effect on your overall well-being. This connection fosters a deeper level of mindfulness and presence during the practice.

Join our Slow Flow Yoga classes in Brookvale

If you’re seeking a yoga practice that is both calming and attentive, join us at our yoga studio for our Slow flow yoga classes. Here in Brookvale, we provide a nurturing space where you can explore the benefits of yoga at a tranquil pace. Embrace the journey of Slow flow yoga for a more balanced and mindful lifestyle.

What are the benefits of Slow Flow Yoga at D-F Studio?

Cultivate strength and flexibility with a meditative touch

Slow Flow yoga at D-F Studio in Brookvale offers a unique blend of physical and mental benefits. This practice is designed to cultivate both strength and flexibility, all while providing a deeply meditative experience. The “slow” aspect of Slow Flow makes it an ideal choice for those seeking to enjoy the benefits of movement without the intensity of a full Vinyasa practice.

A perfect balance between movement and mindfulness

Slow Flow yoga is the perfect middle ground for those who want to stay active but prefer a gentler approach than traditional Vinyasa. It offers a balanced practice that combines the physical benefits of yoga with the calming effects of meditation. This style is particularly beneficial for those seeking a more relaxed yet effective yoga experience.

Enhanced body awareness and alignment

One of the key advantages of Slow Flow yoga is the opportunity it provides to deepen your understanding of body mechanics and alignment. The slower pace allows you to pay close attention to how your body moves and where adjustments might be needed. This awareness is crucial for correcting postures and ensures a safer and more effective practice.

Is Slow Flow Yoga right for me?

Versatile and welcoming for all

Slow Flow yoga at D-F Studio in Brookvale is an excellent choice for anyone looking to slow down and delve deeper into their yoga practice. This class is specifically designed for those who wish to explore the more meditative aspects of yoga. With a slower pace and more space between movements, students have the opportunity to fully engage with the meditative elements of the practice.

Whether you are a beginner wanting to explore the foundations of yoga or an experienced practitioner seeking a more introspective experience, Slow Flow yoga is a perfect fit. The gentle pace and focused approach make it accessible and beneficial for all levels.

At our yoga studio, we offer a variety of Slow Flow time slots to suit different schedules and needs. Our classes welcome a diverse range of participants, from tradies looking to release energy and stretch after a physically demanding day, to office workers seeking to alleviate the stress of a busy work life.

What to expect from a Slow Flow Yoga class with D-F Studio in Brookvale?

At D-F Studio in Brookvale, our Slow Flow yoga classes offer a 60-minute escape into a world of relaxation and mindfulness. These classes are designed to slow things down, both on and off the mat, providing a serene break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

The use of props for enhanced support and comfort

In our Slow Flow classes, we frequently utilize props to aid in the practice. The use of props like yoga blocks, bolsters, and straps helps in maintaining poses for longer periods comfortably. This approach allows for deeper stretching and relaxation, making it easier to hold poses for extended breaths.

Longer holds for deeper stretching and awareness

Slow Flow yoga at D-F Studio is characterized by poses that are held for a little longer than in traditional yoga classes. These extended holds offer the opportunity to deepen your stretching and increase body awareness. Holding poses for longer also encourages a deeper connection with your breath, enhancing the meditative aspect of the practice.

Heated Yoga classes available at D-F Studio in Brookvale

Warm and heated yoga: A comforting experience

Step into the warmth at D-F Studio in Brookvale with our heated yoga classes. We offer two temperature settings to suit your comfort level: Warm Classes at a cozy 24–26 °C, and Heated Classes at a more invigorating 28 °C. These classes are perfect for keeping warm during the colder winter months, providing a comfortable and soothing environment for your yoga practice.

Benefits of practicing heated yoga

Heated yoga at our Brookvale studio offers numerous benefits. The warm environment helps to improve circulation, ensuring that oxygen and nutrients are efficiently delivered throughout your body. This enhanced circulation aids in the elimination of toxins, supporting your body’s natural detoxification process. Additionally, the comforting warmth of our heated classes aids in reducing stress, creating a tranquil and restorative yoga experience.

Which instructors teach Slow Flow Yoga?

D-F Studio in Brookvale is proud to have a team of experienced and passionate instructors for our Slow Flow yoga classes. Each instructor brings their unique approach to the practice, ensuring a diverse and enriching experience for all students. Our Slow Flow yoga classes are led by the following skilled professionals:


andrew hayward

eliza giles

Join us at our yoga studio to experience the calming and restorative power of Slow Flow yoga. Under the guidance of our experienced instructors, discover how this gentle practice can improve your flexibility, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.

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Eliza Hayward

Eliza’s journey of self-discovery and personal growth began as a curious teenage student where accessing yoga and meditation was part of her ritual.

Her classes are deeply rooted in accessing the physical and energetic systems of the body to awaken the intelligence within.  For Eliza following the yogic path is a joyous journey which has brightened her desire to create her own studio.

Eliza finds that yoga is a wonderful vehicle to gather community and share expression and celebrate this life changing practice with those who also seek and are curious about enhancing their lives. 

 Eliza is an influential yoga and meditation teacher, empowerment coach and retreat host. She is renowned for her passion and joy while honouring the practices of yoga which overflows into the community.

She exudes warmth and loves connecting with her fellow students. Eliza’s classes hold space to integrate all parts of yourself together.

Tash Talevski

Tash comes from an experienced background in Personal Training, with a depth of anatomical knowledge. Submerged in the world of health and fitness from a young age, she quickly developed a love and fascination of the human vessel.

Movement through space, with awareness on breath, became profound and necessary tools in her journey toward self-exploration and transformation. In her quest to deepen this inner exploration, Tash eventually found herself living in Mexico at the Hridaya Yoga Centre. Here, immersed in a yogic lifestyle and the traditional Hatha teachings, was the start of her ongoing yoga journey. She has since completed multiple trainings, taught in retreats overseas and continues to inquire with awe into the nature of the human organism.

Tash believes much of our “knowing” has been limited to the brain alone, where many aspects of ourselves cannot be truly met. She draws from her coaching background, in-depth anatomical knowledge and diverse movement education, to guide her students through an integrated practice of conscious anatomical and energetic explorations in order to deepen the Mind-Body experience.

She views each movement practice as a portal for conscious connection with our self and the world around us, and aims to inspire in her students a curiosity of the self – to feel, taste and honour each breath, and subtle bodily sensation as a gateway into revelation.

Julia Goeller

Julia’s Yoga journey began 10 years ago, and since then she has passionately studied the depths of Yoga philosophy and practice. She is trained in various styles including Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin, and with her background in Ayurveda she brings a diverse range of influences to her teaching, creating classes that are educative, purposeful, nourishing, and deeply grounding. 

Her approach reaches far beyond the Asanas and honours the very traditional essence of Yoga, emphasizing the importance of cultivating awareness of the mind, body, and emotions, as well as encouraging kindness and self-compassion on and off the mat. In Julia’s classes you can expect a harmonious blend of breathwork, meditation, and mindful movement, designed to create a sense of connection with yourself. 

Julia firmly believes that true well-being and lasting happiness stem from a profound understanding of ones individuality and is committed to helping you navigate your practice according to your own needs.

Her mission is to create a safe space where you can connect with your body and mind to help you understand yourself better and learn what works for you (and only you!) and what doesn’t. 

Whether you are a seasoned yogi or stepping onto the mat for the first time, Julia is excited to meet you exactly where you are in your unique journey!


Petra’s meeting with the ancient path of Yoga began over a decade ago. This mysterious path lead Petra through a process of deconstruction and creation, self-inquiry, healing and awakening.

Through devotion, studies, curious exploration and passion to be in service Petra was initiated into the path of Yoga, healing and women’s mysteries.

Her offering on the mat is to guide human beings to embody the language of the body and the wisdom that each one of us carry within our hearts by weaving together the ancient practice of Yoga and her devotion and connection with the teachings from nature and native wisdom.
Her teachings invite the opportunities to evolve together in community, transcending duality and remembering how to walk with respect, integrity, purpose, clarity and kindness on the Earth.

In co creation with the earth Petra holds breathwork, cacao ceremonies and women’s rituals. She is a doula in training and passionate about supporting women in reclaiming their essence through feminine embodiment, conscious movement and ceremonies.

Petra has trained in Restorative Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Hatha Yoga and Yin.

Vanessa Garbellini

Vinyasa | Slow Flow | Restorative

Vanessa has been drawn to ancient traditions/techniques since a quite young age. She was introduced to mantras and meditation as a teenager. She experienced her first yoga class at 16 years ago and deeply connected to it, since then, Vanessa lives the yoga philosophy daily. She believes that it is needed to embody the teachings in order to offer it to other human beings.

She has been devoted to yogic teachings, her life purpose. She has already taken studies in yin yoga, vinyasa, restorative yoga, hatha, power yoga, Tantra, Ayurveda, pre & post natal and Shakti Prana Master Training. Some of her teachers are Janet Stone, Brad Hay, Katie Rose, Lara Zilibowitz, Brooke Elliston, Bernie Clark, among others.

Vanessa also serves as a holistic therapist, where she undertook studies in many modalities of energy healing, human development, counselling, meditation and shamanism.

She is a curious being and loves to explore life and its mysteries fully, embracing everything that comes her way. “Yoga is the path of self liberation and self realisation, we all deserve to come back to our hearts and souls as we explore the limitless potential we hold within