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Our particular style at Vital Beat involves a mixture of asanas to build your strength, deeply nourishing stretches, and relaxation/breathing techniques, as well as discussions on creating an empowered, individualised birthing experience, all paired with our signature RnB tunes and fun beats!

Get yo’ pregnancy Beyonce glow on!

Guided by Kaye, studio owner,  prenatal teacher, mum and fiercely, loving advocate for empowering birth parents on their journey. Weekly yoga class held every Thursday evening at 6.45pm, with slow flow vinyasa, relaxation techniques, breathwork, & discussions on pregnancy & empowered birth.

Prenatal yoga can:

- Improve sleep.
- Reduce stress and anxiety.
- Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth.
- Decrease lower back pain, nausea, carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms, headaches and shortness of breath.

Prenatal yoga can also help you meet, and bond with others moving through their pregnancy journey, and prepare for being a new parent.

Recommended for: 

- 14 weeks pregnant and above.

- Postnatal parents wanting to gently return to movement are also welcome to book in.


EARTH, BREATH, FLOW OR FIRE MEMBERSHIPS (see offerings page for pricing and inclusions)


PARENTS PASS (5 class $110 OR 10 class pass $200) ~ this pass also allows you to attend Bubs & Me (on pause for April) and Pre/Post Reformer!

 *Repeats of the Parents 'Yoga Only' Pass throughout your pregnancy are $80, contact [email protected] for your repeat discount link.

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Vital Beat contributes 1% of ALL pre-tax revenue to Climate Change Initiatives & Carbon Removal via Stripe Climate. More Info: https://climate.stripe.com/C6iByG  

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this country, the Whadjuk Noongar people, on which we practise and honour the Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded. Always was, always will be.

Vital Beat welcomes people of all backgrounds, experiences, bodies and identities. We acknowledge the systems of oppression that impact the lived experience of LGBTQIA+, disabled people, neurodiverse people, BIPOC people and others. We hope to facilitate a safer space in which clients & students can experience themselves, their bodies, and their needs as equal to those of others without discrimination.