Luxe Yoga: the new yoga studio with a coffee lounge and retail store

You’ll be going for the sweat sesh and staying for the lattes.

Luxe Yoga, Sydney yoga studio, coffee lounge
Image via Luxe Yoga

Tired of the same old workout? We may have just the thing to liven things up. A new wellness hotspot has just opened in Sydney. Luxe Yoga is quite possibly the most comprehensive boutique fitness studio you’ll find on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. With a coffee lounge, retail store, and spin studio, you’ll be going for the sweat sesh and staying for the lattes.

Luxe Yoga, new studio, boutique fitness, coffee lounge
Image via Luxe Yoga

The converted warehouse recently opened up its doors mere steps from the beach. Expect a fun and, dare we say it, luxe environment to tone bodies and balance busy lifestyles.

The “Luxe” Yoga Factor

Boasting around 70 weekly classes, variety is a keyword at Luxe Yoga. From your traditional power flow to “fusion” Pilates classes (we’re talking stuff like piloxing and cardio Barre), there are options for everyone.

And we mean, everyone.

Classes include post and pre-natal yoga for moms and bubs, as well as aerial yoga for those who like to defy gravity. Always wanted to downward dog to Snoop Dog à la Y7? They’ve got you covered with candle lit Hip Hop Yoga. Not to mention Broga for the guys. They’ll get a solid workout without the intimidation of Lululemon-clad girls. (Come on, we know you want to look this cool in your next Instagram post).

Luxe Yoga, new studio
Image via Luxe Yoga

Regardless if you’re a total beginner or enlightened yogi, the classes are fun, light-hearted, and accessible. Whether you’re in for a meditation or some retail therapy, you’ll be sure to find your bliss.

The owner, founder and yoga devotee Nadine Lafleur left no detail unattended when creating her dream studio, making it a one-stop-shop for all things wellness.

“In fashion-forward global cities like Singapore, London and LA, studios have been combining their offers of mind-body practices with energetic cardio workouts, such as indoor cycling or spinning. Yogis and Pilates fans get a variety of classes in one place and don’t have to go elsewhere for their cardio fix,” says Nadine Lafleur.

What To Expect

The converted warehouse offers bright, open spaces. A crèche is also open daily so you can workout stress-free knowing the kids are taken care of. Along with qualified instructors, you get all the benefits of a luxury boutique studio: changing rooms, showers, hair dryers and all the necessities post-workout. The clean, modern setting has an urban feel. The open lounge and coffee shop are ideal for people watching whilst sipping your a-grade coffee.

“Most of us believe dragging ourselves to the gym for a hard workout a few times a week will allow us to indulge in that extra dessert or cocktail. What if that workout was actually the treat? What if we could have a fun and feel great during the session rather than purely thinking about the rewards? The idea at Luxe is to create a lifestyle, a way to live and feel healthy and balanced,”  explains Nadine Lafleur.

Not only a space to work up a sweat, Luxe Yoga offers a feel good factor long after you’ve left the studio. Safe to say you had us at “Luxury Wellness”.  Be sure to check it out and see for yourself!


Luxe Yoga

Address: 162 Harbord Road, Brookvale, Sydney

Website: www.luxeyoga.com.au

Facebook: @luxehotyoga

Instagram: @luxe_yoga


 

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Andrea is a qualified yoga instructor and writer. With an international background, she grew up on a small island in the Caribbean and speaks both fluent French and English. She now enjoys an active life on the northern beaches of Sydney, as an avid enthusiast of all things surf, yoga, travel and photography. Writing is her favourite way to channel her positive energy and hopes to inspire people towards a healthy and fulfilled lifestyle. Andrea graduated from Paris Business School and Australian Catholic university with a Bachelor of Business, and is currently pursuing her post-grad in Journalism at UTS.