The founder of Iloveyoga
Tanya Botha
Tanya teaches Vinyassa Flow and Hatha Yoga at various locations in Johannesburg. She first started teaching yoga in 2006 and was one of the first teachers of Ashtanga Yoga in Johannesburg and South Africa. Tanya is not only committed to the physical practice, but is also deeply aligned with the Spiritual Purpose of Yoga. She loves to see the transformation that Yoga brings to the lives of her students on every level, from fitness and flexibility, to stress-release and deeper soul-shifts and personal awakening.
What’s on offer
Live Online Zoom Yoga Classes

Email or WhatsApp Tanya directly to book or pay for live Zoom Yoga classes:

Monday: Hatha 8:30-9:30am

Wednesday: Flow 8-9am

Thursday: Breathe & Stretch 7:45-8:15am

See below for Zoom class prices

Studio and Outdoor Yoga Classes

Tanya teaches in-door studio classes at Yoga Experience in Illovo and Melrose Arch Virgin Active.

All Yoga classes at Old Ed’s Virgin Active, in Houghton, are currently on the field outdoors and do not require booking to attend. Bring your own yoga mat.

See below for class days and times at Old Ed’s Virgin Active.

Free Recorded YouTube Classes

There are many free Hatha and Vinyassa classes posted on Tanya’s YouTube channel.

Classes vary from 15mins to over an hour in length.

Click here for more classes: 

BlissYogi on YouTube

Booking & Paying for Zoom Classes:
Contact Tanya on
WhatsApp Or email
To book

Class link will be sent
At 7:20
If payment has been made
Zoom Prices
Mon & Wed classes:

Monthly R500

4 class card R300
(Valid for 2 months)

Single class R100
Community class
Every Thursday:

No charge

The Recorded community Class is posted to YouTube on Monday
Yoga outdoors
Connecting & Energizing in Nature
Join us for Yoga Outdoors on these days...
Tuesday & Thursday

"To laugh is to risk appearing a fool.

To weep is to risk appearing sentimental.

To reach for another is to risk involvement.

To expose your ideas, your dreams, before a crowd is to risk their loss.

To love is to risk not being loved in return.  

To live is to risk dying.  

To believe is to risk despair.

To try is to risk failure.

But risks must be taken, because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing.

The people who risk nothing, do nothing, have nothing, are nothing.

They avoid suffering and sorrow, but they cannot learn, feel, change, grow, love, live.

Chained by their attitudes they are slaves; they have forfeited their freedom.

Only a person who risks is free."


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Yoga Gallery
Coming soon:
Yoga outdoors
at the fabulous new
Patterson Park Recreation Centre
In Norwood