46 Salisbury Street

Central City Studio

Conveniently located in central Christchurch, Apollo Power Yoga’s  Central City Studio is a welcoming space for all who practice there.

Central City Studio Practice Room With Mats And Blocks

Central City Studio


Apollo Power Yoga Central City Studio Bathrooms

Bathrooms and Showers

We have beautiful changing rooms and showers for you to use after your class.

We also have towels for hire. 

Apollo Power Yoga Reception with yoga mats

Mats For Hire

Mats can be hired for $2.00.

If you cycle to the studio mat hire is FREE!

Apollo Power Yoga Central City Studio Reception

Water filter

We  have a Kangen Water machine that  ionises and filters  water turning it into a powerful antioxidant. 

Fill up your drink bottle in the room behind the reception desk.


46 Salisbury Street, Christchurch 8011


03 365 6740  


Studio opens 30 minutes before classes begin

Class Timetable

Apollo Power Yoga Timetable

notes on parking


If you ride a bike to the studio, mat hire is free!  And we have bike racks on the side of our building for you.  The bike racks on the ground at the Victoria St end of the building are also available for your use.

But we know that some of you are coming from a distance and need to drive a car. There is plenty of on-street parking in Victoria St, and some on Salisbury St, just outside of the studio.  It has a 1 hour limit between 9am and 5pm, but that is not frequently enforced.  Montreal Street is also well-served with street parks, some two hours in duration and for payment, some unlimited as to duration and free.

The Casino carpark on Peterborough Street has the first hour free and $3 per hour after that.  There is plenty of free one hour parking in Conference and Beveridge Streets, one and two blocks to the north of the studio respectively.

If you’re prepared to walk 3-5 minutes from a car-park to the studio, there is quite a bit of free on-street parking between the studio and Hagley Park, and in the “Playground Parking” in Hagley Park.

There are various other off-street car-parking options available – see the map on the Christchurch City Council website.

If you have problems getting a car-park, tell the City Council.  The Council’s strategy and planning has created the shortage of car-parks and they need to hear your feedback.