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Disclaimer: Due to the current uncertainty regarding coronavirus, many events are being cancelled. Please contact the event organiser directly via the contact details on the listing if you are unsure.

Power Hatha by the River (9.30AM)

Join Melissa Wheeler out in the fresh air for a grounding, energising Hatha Flow practice. Our group practices facing the Swan River in the beautiful, Sir James Mitchell Park overlooking Perth City.

Sunday morning classes run all through winter and summer at the warmer time of 9.30am. People of all ages and backgrounds come out to join the rest of the community down by the river.

Learn populirized asanas and breath work techniques. Receive guidance using core muscular and energetic locks, drishti (focused-gaze), correct alignment, breath-work and a deep commitment to self-love.

We foster safe space, mutual respect, diversity, inclusion and the traditional teachings of Pathanjali in the modern forms of Hatha, Raja and Ashtanga based Yoga - popularised by Krishnamacha and others of modern times.

Bookings - Single Adult $10:

☆ Please submit our Student in-take Form. (You only need to do this once):

Children's Tickets (7-17y/o) $5:

♧ Karma Cards: 5 class pass $45 | 10 class pass $80




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Children aged 7 – 17 may attend the event when a parent or legal guardian has included them on their Registration Form. For more information for parents visit

Events are confirmed, cancelled and refunded as per our Cancellation and Refund Policy viewable here:


Where is the event located and how do I find you?

Once at the end of Coode Street, facing the river, walk left all the way across the car parks and you will spot a group of people with yoga mats under the 3 paper-bark trees. The Google pin lists the location exactly:

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Our events are open to adults over the age of 18 and children aged 7 - 17 years old, when accompanied by a legal parent or guardian, who is at least 18 years of age. The accompanying adult must also pay and attend the class. Children pay a reduced price of $5. Our yoga teachers are registered on the Working With Children's register in accordance with Western Australia's Child Protection Laws. For information about your yoga teacher or how we protect the children that attend our events visit or feel free to contact us at

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is plenty of free car parking spaces in the car park at the end of Coode Street, facing the city. The 30, 34 bus also runs by this area from and to the city or you can take the ferry from Barrack Street Jetty. Please visit for their most recent timetable. Additional paid parking is available on the right-hand side of Fun Cats, should you struggle to find a suitable parking spot.

What can I bring into the event?

Bring yourself and if possible; a yoga mat, sunscreen (or apply before) and a water bottle. Wear comfortable loose clothing. We have spare mats that you can borrow if you don't have a yoga mat.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

If you have any questions, shoot them through on email to, alternatively, you can call or message Melissa on 0444592691 or Will on 0447699871.

Category Festivals