8 meditation studios where you can relax and recharge

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From increased energy and productivity levels to clarity of mind, meditation, just like a tropical getaway, is almost always a good idea. The only difference being is that said tropical getaway isn’t always possible during your lunch break. Meditation, however, is always there for you even when you don’t have the motivation to do it yourself. From Sydney to the Big Apple, there’s been a rising trend for meditation studios, in addition to yoga studios, offering guided meditation practices amidst our hectic schedules and lives.


Since being mindful is in, we’ve selected a few studios in Australia for you to try out and get your bliss on. Whether you’re a total newbie or an advanced practioner, these studios have got you covered.

Sydney

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Centred Meditation Studio

Escape the hussle and bussle of Sydney’s CBD at the Centred Meditation Studio. With dedicated meditation studios and expert facilitators, it’s an urban sanctuary in a concrete jungle. They offer drop-in classes where you can come and go as you please, or 30 minute power sessions.

Address: City Mutual Building, Level 10, 66 Hunter Street, Sydney NSW
Website: www.centredmeditation.com.au

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The Broad Place

The Broad Place aims to dispel the misconceptions of meditation by offerring courses using the ancient Vedic technique. Founded by Jacqui Lewis, the chic, light-filled studio is at the perfect place to clear your mind and focus on your own wellbeing.

Address:  28 West Street, Paddington, Sydney NSW
Website: www.thebroadplace.com.au 

Melbourne

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Happy Melon

With yoga, meditation and fitness options, mindfulness is at the heart of all of Happy Melon’s classes, as the expert teachers provide practical tools to guide your through your sessions. Choose from a myriad of options, from an introductory 45 min courses to ongoing 6-week classes tailored specifically for parents (“Mindful Mums”). There’s something to de-stress and re-center everyone at Happy Melon.

Address: 1252 High St, Armadale, VIC
Website: www.happymelon.com.au 

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Meditate in Melbourne

With easy and accessible drop-in classes throughout the CBD and surroundings, stop by Medidate in Melbourne to experience the traditional methods of Buddhist meditation. Taught by qualified budhhist teachers, they offer short courses for beginners and retreats for those who want to explore a little deeper into the practice. Visit their website to find their most convenient location.

Website: www.meditateinmelbourne.org/classes-melbourne/

Brisbane

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Inna Bliss Yoga

Bright and airy, you’ll be meditating as soon as you walk through the doors at one of the many studios of Inna Bliss in Brisbane. The studio offers a beautiful setting to find peace during their mindfulness meditation classes.

Website : www.innablissyoga.com.au

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Yoga In Daily Life

Set in a spacious barn, Yoga In Daily Life wants you to retreat, relax and restore your natural state of health. Traditional in their technique and teaching styles, meditation courses are available for six weeks throughout the year.

Website: www.yogaindailylifemain.liveeditaurora.com

Perth

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Yoga Space

Yoga Space in Perth offers an 8 week long course on mindfulness, focusing on how to quiet the mind from within. This engaging course takes you on a journey to discover different meditation techniques and how you can tailor them to your needs.

Website : www.yogaspace.com.au

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Power Living

With a strong presence on the yoga scene, Power Living is known for their sweat-inducing Vinyasa style. Since you can meditate while you move, try their flowing Vinyasa class with guided meditation. There are also Meditation 101 workshops on offer, which focus on practical methods and techniques.

Address : 158a Vincent Street, North Perth, WA
Website : www.powerliving.com.au
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Andrea Kovszun
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.