Yoga + Pilates Group Classes

Group Classes are an accessible, affordable way to practice and meet like-minded people.

Georgina teaches weekly group classes in different studios around Brisbane. Her classes vary from slow and flowing, to practices that generate heat, strength and stamina. Whether it’s your very first class, or you’ve been practising for years, Georgina’s classes will leave you feeling refreshed and YOU, once again. To find out more, click on a class to visit the studio website.


Reform Studios, Mitchelton

Reform Studios, Mitchelton

Reform Studios, Mitchelton

Reform Studios, Mitchelton

Tribalance, Gordon Park

Class descriptions


Inspired by callisthenics, yoga and ballet, Pilates focuses on the six principles of core engagement, control, precision, focus, breath and flow. The low-impact exercises can:

  • improve flexibility, balance and coordination
  • enhance body awareness
  • build muscular strength and endurance
  • help with rehabilitation and prevention of injuries
  • improve spinal health and posture.

Mat Pilates classes are performed on the floor. A variety of small, portable props – Magic Circle, resistance bands, weights and balls – are used to provide feedback and resistance.

Reformer Pilates is performed on a spring resistance apparatus called an Universal Reformer.

Slow Flow

This slow, flowing class will gently lengthen and strengthen your body, balance the nervous system and help you reconnect with your innate wisdom. Variations are offered and use of props is encouraged, making this class ideal if you are new to yoga or looking to savour and explore the benefits of each posture.

Restorative Yoga

Wind down and release physical and mental tension with this deeply relaxing yoga experience. In Restorative Yoga, props – blankets, blocks, bolsters and pillows – are used to support the body so poses can be held without discomfort, strain or risk of injury. You will leave class feeling a greater sense of calm, clarity and ease. Ahhhhhh…

Yin / Deep Stretch 

Yin Yoga involves holding passive poses for long periods to gently stress and hydrate the connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia), and create space and mobility in the joints. The practice of Yin Yoga is guided by 3 key principles:

  1. Come into the pose at an appropriate depth
  2. Resolve to remain still
  3. Hold for time

In addition to the physical benefits, Yin provides a much-needed opportunity to practice awareness, contemplation and reflection.