Beginners courses for 2016 Term 1       

Wednesday 13 January  7.30-8.45pm

Tuesday 2 February 7.30-8.45pm

Thursday 4 February 6-7.15pm

and ongoing(start anytime) : Monday 9.30am

Saturday 10am.



Back Pain? Back care yoga taught by a physiotherapist.

Start anytime:  Mondays  6-7.15pm &

Fridays   5-6.15pm.  

Cost: once/ week $185/ $165 concess for 10 classes

Twice/ week, 20 classes $320/ $300 concess

  Physiotherapy rebates are available for this course.



5 morning Summer Intensive, Monday January 11th -Friday January 15th 6.30-8am

For all levels with a minimum of a completed Beginner’s course. Cost $100 

Couples Birth Workshop

Sunday January 31st 10.30-6pm

Cost: $180. Bookings couples birth workshop page.

4 day April Residential Retreat in Port Elliott

Thursday April 7th- Sunday April 10th includes 3 yoga sessions/ day.

Coast Yoga in Adelaide was established in 1994 by Vanessa Shribman and is the longest established yoga centre in the bay area. Vanessa trained in the Iyengar style of yoga extensively in India and then with various senior teachers in Australia. She was accredited in the Iyengar system until 2005. The Iyengar system of yoga is named after the yoga master BKS Iyengar. She is now accredited with Yoga Australia at the highest level. She is also a registered physiotherapist. There are 8 teachers at Coast Yoga certified or trained in the Iyengar method.

At Coast Yoga most teachers are trained in the Iyengar method which is based on the teachings of BKS Iyengar who developed a methodical approach to yoga which emphasizes correct alignment in each pose and uses props such as blankets and belts to achieve alignment. This approach is a profound way to develop balanced strength and flexibility and an increasing access to and understanding of the yoga system. Vanessa is formerly accredited in this method and now accredited at the highest level with the Yoga Australia. She is a Buddhist practitioner and is also a registered physiotherapist.

The Coast Yoga Centre is a friendly and caring community of teachers and students. We also have various health care practitioners who practise from the clinic rooms at the Centre. The Centre aims to support a vibrant community which is guided by yogic principles such as authenticity, generosity and compassion.