Yoga Classes in Richmond

Yoga Classes in Richmond

We offer three Yoga classes per week:

Every Monday and Thursday evening (except in the school holidays), 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm.

And a lunchtime yoga class on Thursdays (except in the school holidays), 12.00 – 1.00 pm.

No yoga classes in January due to school holidays. All yoga classes resume on the 7th of February 2019 which is when the first term starts. 

Venue: All classes are held in the meeting room at the Richmond Town Hall, Cambridge Street, Richmond, see map.


Evening classes: First Class: $10, Casual Rate: $14, Term commitment: $100 for 10 classes on Thursdays and $100 for 10 classes on Mondays. 

Lunchtime classes: First Class: $10, Casual Rate: $12, Term commitment: $90 for 10 classes.

The yoga classes are for all levels. Beginners can always join in and are always welcome. Jamila’s yoga classes are well visited now and it is best to contact her to check if there is a space available.

Private one on one yoga classes available. Please contact Jamila if you are interested.

If you would like further information about the Yoga classes click here to contact Jamila. Or give her a call on 03-5446145.

Some testimonials:

“Jamila is very sensitive to the needs of her Yoga students – she is aware of their limitations and encourages them to move at their own pace. She is attuned to specific needs and includes a range of different combinations of exercises to support various bodily functions such as digestion. She also includes a variety of breathing techniques and is good at adapting poses to met individual requirements.

I feel that Jamila is a gifted and talented Yoga teacher and I look forward to my 90 minute session every Thursday evening. I would thoroughly recommend these Yoga classes to everyone as I find the workout very rewarding on many levels.”

Sheila H. – Richmond

“Jamila, we loved your Yoga class. It was perfect speed and nice how you check on everyone and you have a lovely voice. We love the eye pads for relaxation and you do fantastic guided meditations.”

S.J. Curtis – Richmond