Yoga & Relaxation 

Wild Learning is delighted that Nicky West is offering yoga and relaxation classes
in our beautiful Community Creative Space at 111 Wollombi Rd Cessnock.

Yoga classes run four days per week at Wild Learning, with a choice of evening and morning classes available.


Information about yoga classes at Wild Learning:

  • Wear clothing that you can move freely and easily in and shoes you can remove.

  • You can bring your own yoga mat or borrow a mat from Nicky during the class.

  • It is a good idea to bring a bottle of water, but you are welcome to help yourself to water in our kitchen if you need. 

  • Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to your first class to complete a registration form and discuss any needs with Nicky. 

  • Parking is available behind the building off Campbell st, or there is street parking available nearby.

  • Please sign in to the building at the welcome desk when you arrive. You can then see Nicky to pay for your class or have your class pass updated.

Yoga class pricing

$20 Casual Class or  $18 concession (seniors, unemployed & student cards)

$160 for a 10 class pass 

You can learn more about Nicky West by clicking here. You can also visit her website to read her blog & find out about yoga and to contact her directly with any questions.

Nicky recommends you book into a class the first time you come to secure your place. Returning students are welcome to pay on the day or purchase a multi class pass.


5:30pm - 6:45pm
Yoga & Relaxation


5:30pm - 6:45pm

Yoga + Relaxation 

(ideal for people who have never done yoga, or want to learn the basic movements adapted for their body needs) 


10am -11:15am
Yoga & Relaxation


10am - 11:15am
Yoga & Voice

Yoga: Enrolment Enquiry Form

111 Wollombi Rd Cessnock  |  0412835865  | 


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Wild Learning is owned and operated by Emmie Hallett. My abn is: 13 236 405 231


Wild Learning acknowledges the Wonnarua people as the traditional custodians of the land we gather on.  We give our respect to Elders and Children, past present and future.   We also acknowledge the Awabakal people to the east and the Darkinjung people to the south, and all other Aboriginal peoples who now live within our community.

Wild Learning is a space of kindness and respect. We warmly welcome people with disability, the LGBTIAQ community, people from all lands, religions and cultures and people with all sorts of life stories. When you attend our activities we ask that you treat all members of our Wild Learning community, our building, facilities and our neighbours with kindness, respect and help us create a space that is safe for everyone.