Tel No. 0423 133 074

First class free

You can't change your date of birth, but you can alter your physiological age.  By adjusting weight, reshaping your body, regaining flexibility, and improving muscle tone, blood circulation, digestion, elimination and metabolism you can literally grow younger.

The Ageless Yoga classes employ techniques from ancient India, China and Tibet to help rejuvenate your body and are suitable for adults of all ages, but especially for those who want to look and feel younger and maintain or recapture the vitality of youth. Beginners are welcome at all sessions.

Under current COVIDSafe regulations face masks must be worn when entering, moving around within or leaving the Yoga spaces.  Masks are not required to be worn while exercising.

There are Ageless Yoga classes around the eastern suburbs of Adelaide in Toorak Gardens, Walkerville and Athelstone

Click here to view our current timetable of classes. Classes for 2021 close on December 9th. Classes for 2022 recommence on January 17th.

Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell and ensure you follow all COVID19 safety precautions while at the classes.

Please bring your own mat and blanket as loan equipment is temporarily unavailable.

Your Teacher

Terry McGuire facilitates all Adelaide Ageless Yoga classes. Terry first started practising Yoga over forty years ago with Bette Calman and her master Swami Karmananda (Michael Volin), who was the first person to open a Yoga school in Australia in 1949.

Terry is a registered senior teacher with Yoga Australia, a certified teacher with the International Yoga Teachers' Association, Yoga Teachers Institute of SA and Swami Sarasvati's Australian Yoga Master's Association and also holds a Bachelor of Education degree.

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"I am a lady of "maturing" age and yoga has helped me rediscover and maintain a "youthful" outlook. Yoga practice gives me friendship, exercise of mind and body, and a refreshing burst of energy to carry out into my daily routine. I look forward to the weekly sessions and can't imagine yoga not being part of my life." Erica from Eastwood