We wouldn’t want you to be the only one at the office this week who doesn’t know which new yoga studio has just opened. That’s why we’re keeping you in-the-know with a round up of the latest and greatest yoga studio openings across Australian and New Zealand.
7 amazing new yoga studios worth visiting
With studios in Singapore and soon-to-be Sydney, Hom Yoga is getting some serious attention for it’s modern setting and exceptional service. Choose from hot Vinyasa, hot Ashtanga or Hatha, or the studio’s very own hot “HOM”. Most sessions are heated and guaranteed to get your sweat on.
Why we love it: the sleek design of the space and accessible nature of the practice, with teaching styles from all over the world.
Where: 20 Hargrave Street, Darlinghurst NSW
YogaBar is an innovative mix of wholefoods café, retail space and two studios exclusively dedicated to Yoga, Barre and Pilates Mat – centrally and conveniently located in Sydney’s Westfield CBD.
Why we love it: everything about this studio is therapeutic. Come here to relax, unwind and mingle with like minded yogis. We love how versatile and approachable it is, and can’t wait for it’s official opening in April.
Where: Westfield Sydney CBD NSW
One Hot Yoga & Pilates
One Hot is all about feeling good on the inside and on the outside. Quite literally. Their focus is the aesthetic of the studio as well as the practice. The studio just opened with classes scheduled all day long. Choose between reformer Pilates, slow or power flow.
Why we love it: We love how the architecture of the space blends into the practice. Think large open rooms flooding with natural light and state of the art heating technology, which will have you sweating with the flow in no time.
Where: 34 Kellett Street, Potts Point NSW
If you’re looking for a more spiritual practice, with less focus on how perfect your posture is and more on the internal aspects of yoga and yourself, then Urban Soul is your new favourite studio. This raw approach to the roots of the practice emphasises the sense of community and collective experience of a class. At Urban Soul, there is no you, but US.
Why we love it: No intimidating show offs here, just a group of like minded people who want to reconnect. Great for all levels, Urban Soul really is a “raw” experience.
Where: 105 Belmont St. Alexandria NSW
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Urban Body Bare and Yoga
Brisbane’s newest hotspot offers a combination of power Vinyasa yoga and more upbeat fitness classes for a modern take on your everyday practice. We guarantee you’ll leave feeling centred and looking great.
Why we love it: the classes are a fast paced and fun way to get into shape with no experience needed. And not to mention, owner and lead trainer, Natalie Wolski, is super-friendly and passionate about helping you reach your health and fitness goals.
Where: 4/54 Vernon Tce, Teneriffe QLD
Saltwater Yoga Studio
Saltwater is Melbourne’s inspiring new yoga studio, which fuses ancient practices with the latest in sports science and psychology to deliver a well rounded yoga practice. There are a range of classes available, which are designed to suit all levels from beginners to expert yogis.
Why we love it: the studio utilises the latest in eco-friendly design and modern technology with bamboo flooring, FAR infrared heating, LED lighting and zero use of chemicals.
Where :63 Stevedore St, Williamstown, Melbourne VIC
Housed in a beautiful historic building with rustic charm and original Matai timber flooring, Power Yoga is designed to be a sanctuary in the heart of the city. There’s a full and varied timetable as well as regular community events and a hangout area to chill and refuel with your fellow yogis.
Why we love it: alongside the awesome yoga classes is a unique retail boutique with many exclusive accessories, inspiring books and yoga clothing not available anywhere else in New Zealand.