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C&G’s Guide to Yoga Studios in Bayside
Melbourne Yoga studios seem to be multiplying by the month - so what better time to start this holistic exercise or try out a new studio? Bayside offers local an array of yoga studios with options for beginners to the more advanced. If you’d like to know the best place to get stretchy, then enjoy C&G’s guide to Yoga in the Bayside area.
Upstairs, 42 East Concourse, Beaumaris
A little studio tucked away in Beaumauris offering Vinyasa as their yang, and Yin and Nidra as their yin style – they present the best of both worlds! Their services don’t just stop at yoga, there’s also mat Pilates and barre attack classes at Sanctuary. Best of all, no two classes are ever the same. They encourage teachers to showcase their own style of yoga ranging from beginner to advanced. There is something for everyone!
615A Balcombe Rd, Black Rock
Elevate Yoga is a boutique yoga studio boasting beautiful Bay views of Black Rock Beach whilst you downward dog and enhance your wellbeing. Offering new members a $50 special for their first 5 classes, there’s no reason not to unleash your inner yogi at this welcoming studio. If you’re still unsure, complimentary coconut water and herbal tea post sweat session could be the motivation to get you going!
Warrior One Yoga
1/461 New St, Brighton
A warm, open and welcoming space for your daily, weekly, or monthly practice. Offering four different types of yoga from Vinyasa to more restorative types such as yin and even meditation classes – there is something for everyone to practice. With an introductory offer at $60 for 6 classes, you’ll be addicted in no time!
Hampton Yoga Centre
14 Thomas Street, Hampton
If you’ve ever thought of becoming a yoga teacher, Hampton Yoga Centre is the place to be - offering not only classes but teacher training too! Having been in the business for over 20 years, you’re in safe hands with ample experience and guidance among the teachers. Their ethos is to ‘create a harmonious and tranquil place’ in a non-competitive environment through the teachings of yoga. Try a class today!
If practising yoga in a studio isn’t your thing, then not to worry! In our modern age, there plenty of online resources to find your inner yogi and roll your mat in the comfort of your own home. Yogaholics is an online yoga community for $12 a month, offering 24/7 access to classes on your devices. Or try Yoga with Adriene – she has over 3.4 million followers and counting – offering short and long classes as well as mini tutorials to get you hand-standing in no time!