Dru Yoga and Mindfulness Classes

Frequently asked questions

Do you run any other classes on different days/times?

Due to commitments to my own family I currently run:

Adults classes, Dru Yoga and Mindfulness

  • Wednesday evenings 6:30-8pm in Austinmer and 
  • Fridays 9:30-11am in Coledale 
    – excluding school holidays

Children’s classes, Children’s Yoga and Mindfulness

  • designed for primary school aged children (5-12 years). Wednesday afternoons 4-5pm, Austinmer – 8 weeks terms aligned with school terms

Family sessions, Family Yoga and Mindfulness, 

  • Saturday or Sunday – one hour sessions, Bulli. In approximately week 5 or 6 of school term.
    See Events Page for upcoming dates.
Do I need to book?

Yes please book online in advance for my classes/sessions

What age is the Children’s class suitable for?

My Children’s classes are designed for 5-12 year olds, however, often there are more 5-10 year olds. Please contact me to discuss if your child is 11-12 years.

What ages are the Family sessions suitable for?

These sessions are designed for you to enjoy yoga time together with one or all of your family. All ages 0 and up are most welcome. Children aged 3 years and up generally engage in these sessions more readily than toddlers. Find out more

What do I need to bring?

Children’s – I will email you all the registration information in advance including what to bring. Child to bring own mat due to covid requirements.

Adults – Please bring a mat, a water bottle, a small firm cushion if you have one (but don’t worry if you don’t) and if in winter a light blanket.

Families – Please bring a mat for each family member, or let me know how many you need me to bring so I make sure I have enough for everyone. A water bottle for each family member. Snacks for the kids (or adults too!) for after the session if you are staying for a cuppa/chat/play.

Where are the classes taught?

AdultsMoore Street Yoga room, Austinmer, Coledale Surf Club, Coledale Beach

Children’s – Moore Street Yoga room, Austinmer 

Families – Bulli Community Centre, Bulli

Click Here to view Location Details

Do you have concession pricing?

Yes. Please contact me to enquire.

Are the classes suitable for beginners?

– yes! No experience or any level of flexibility, strength or fitness is needed. These are inclusive classes and all children are welcome 😊.

Adults – yes! My adults classes are accessible to all levels of experience, ages and fitness/flexibility. I cater for individual needs – injuries and health requirements within the class, and provide suitable modifications.

Families – yes! These sessions are not about having any level of flexibility, strength or fitness; they are about connection and playfulness, breathing and peaceful moments. The mindful/quiet/meditative parts of the class are quite short and don’t require any experience with mindfulness or meditation. 

What style of yoga are the adults classes?

Please see the section on Dru Yoga

How much do the classes cost?

Please see our classes and programs page

Is casual attendance available?

are welcome to book in for a casual trial class and may continue to attend casually as long as there is space in the class. Please click here for online bookings.

Childrens classes tend to book out each term, but there are often a couple of places for children to attend a casual trial class for the first or second week of term, and then to book in for the term. Please click here for online bookings.

How and when do I pay?

Please book in advance via the online bookings or contact me for any enquiries.


…our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.

Marianne Williamson, A Return to Love 

Erika Steller

With a deep respect for the ancient yoga tradition and practice of mindfulness, Erika aims to offer her students inspiration and empowerment, with a sense of fun and down-to-earth approach.

Erika started teaching yoga in 2010 after completing a Dru Yoga Teaching Diploma. She is dedicated to sharing practices and tools to both adults and children that can help them in their everyday lives. Erika aims to live by yoga perspectives - living from a place of connection, presence and compassion. She has trained to teach children yoga and mindfulness, and has been teaching children since 2012. Erika truly values each individual – adult and child.

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