Teaching schedule for 7 – 10 September 2020:

PLEASE NOTE: No classes (online and at the studios) on 12 & 13 September (Saturday & Sunday) as I am conducting full day workshops that weekend.



Some updates on classes this week, moving forwards.


  • Great news! Restorative Yoga on Sunday is back on the class schedule. It’s at the same time of 2 – 3.15pm, at COMO SHAMBHALA Urban Escape. Starts 6 September.
  • Sunday 12.30pm (75mins) class will be changed to a full Myofascial Release class –  Roll & Release.

What is the difference between the Roll & Release class and Restorative Yoga, you ask? 

In a Roll & Release class – we roll on (tennis-ball sized) grippy massage balls to release tension and tight areas of the body such as the shoulders, hips and lower back. There is hardly any yoga poses involved here…though we will do a few.

In a Restorative Yoga class – yoga props such as blocks, bolsters and blankets are used to fully support the body in yoga poses, with as little muscle activation as possible.  The intention of Restorative Yoga is to allow the body to REST – do less, slow down, let go of physical tension (so much better if you attend Roll & Release class before that!) and to re-set and renew the Nervous System.

Enjoy a luxurious Sunday and one OR  both of these classes!



  • 10am Slow Flow Yoga Deconstructed (ONLINE)
  • 1.30pm Myofascial Release (True Fitness Great World)
  • 6.40pm Yoga Basics (True Yoga Pacific Plaza) – also livestream via Zoom. ID 270 535 8754
  • 8.45pm (45mins) Hatha (True Yoga Pacific Plaza)  

  • 12.10pm Hatha Vinyasa (True Yoga Pacific Plaza)  also livestream via Zoom. ID 270 535 8754 
  • 6.30pm Slow Flow Yoga Deconstructed (ONLINE)

  • 9.30am Slow Flow Yoga Deconstructed 90mins – 90mins (ONLINE) 
  • 12.30pm Roll & Release (Myofascial Release) (COMO Shambhala Urban Escape) – NEW!
  • 2pm Restorative Yoga (COMO Shambhala Urban Escape)

Sign up here for online classes.


How to book an online class?

I have tried to keep it as simple as possible to book classes with me. Click HERE  to view all the classes I am teaching.

  1. Choose a class, day, time, date.
  2. Make the necessary payments. Payments details are listed in there too.
    • Local payments – Paylah, PayNow.
    • International payments – PayPal (class rates are slightly higher due to the Paypal charges)
  3. Inform me when payment has been made so that a meeting link can be sent to you.

That’s it!

My class schedule can be found here – Adeline’s Online Classes

 A little guide to the classes that I offer


I offer 4 types of classes:


  • Ashtanga Yoga Deconstructed – A class that is targeted at how to injury-proof your practice, get stronger, more informed about what the key actions are for the poses and explore a different approach to the ashtanga set sequence. Not for beginners. You should be familiar with the ashtanga sequence (half primary) or power yoga classes. *Otherwise known as the Ashtanga Led class at True Yoga.


  • Slow Flow Yoga Deconstructed –  A flow class where pose shapes and actions are broken down, given a new spin and then integrated into the sequence again. The focus is to develop an informed yoga practiced based on various movement patterns, which will hopefully leave you stronger. Some yoga knowledge is necessary, preferably the basic yoga poses. *(Similar to Intro to Hatha Vinyasa & Hatha classes taught at True Yoga and Build/Flow classes at The Yoga School). I have just extended the Sunday class to 90mins for those who would like a longer practice.


  • Yoga Tune Up®  Myofascial Release & Self Care –  also known as Myofascial Release at True Yoga or Ball-rolling to some. If you are not a yoga person, but do sports and other forms of activities; hunched over the desk or slouched posture, this is the perfect class to release tension and ease tightness. Similar to foam rolling but with the added benefit of precision, targeted release and muscle activation work to strengthen. Suitable for everyone.


  • Restorative Yoga -A wonderful restful class focused on rebalancing the stress levels, recalibrating the nervous system and relaxing the whole body. Good for calming anxiety, better sleep and allows the body to be in a more relaxed state. Suitable for everyone. Give this class a try!


What’s the class focus for next week?

The lovely and wonderful QL Muscle – Quadratus Lumborum. This muscle runs down either side of the low back, from the top of your pelvis, all the way to the bottom rib. This is why it can affect your breathing when it is in spasm and it pulls down on the lower rib. It also attaches along the way to the side of your spine.

The QL muscles allow you to side bend, raise or “hike up” your hips one at a time, and extend your lumbar spine in backbending poses.

The QL refers pain elsewhere and isn’t always felt at the muscle. The referred pain is generally felt in the outer hip and in the glutes and is often described as a deep ache but can be a sharp pain when moving. The trouble is that this muscle is very hard to stretch – but, it is quite easy to do a QL muscle release with a massage ball! Come practice and learn!


Read more about the QL here.



New FREE online class via Zoom:

Tuesday 6.40pm – Yoga Basic

Wednesday 12.10pm – Intro to Hatha Vinyasa

The meeting ID is 270 535 8754

It is hard to book a (limited) slot for in-person practice at the studio with the social distancing restrictions. That’s ok! Practice with me, in the comfort of your own home instead.

You will need:
– A yoga mat
– Bath-sized towel
– 2 yoga blocks (thick books)

Please ensure you mute the audio when you join the meeting. Video mode is not compulsory though it’ll be nice to see your lovely faces rather than empty black/blank screens.

See you on Tuesday/Wednesday or both days!



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