Limber Up And Tone Yourself Silly At Adelaide’s Best Yoga Studios

From movie stars to top-level athletes, all sorts of people use yoga to look great and boost their physical attributes. You probably count as “all sorts of people,” so why not give it a shot yourself?

Image credit: ASMY Facebook
Image credit: ASMY Facebook

ASMY

North Adelaide

Nestled away in breezy North Adelaide, the Australian School of Meditation and Yoga is a wonderfully serene and tranquil venue for some asana yoga. The sessions feature kirtan meditation and guided relaxation, as well as all the stretchy, muscle-toning goodness of regular yoga. Better yet, as a special introductory offer, you can get your first five classes for just $35. Can’t say fairer than that.

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Image credit: Shamata Pilates Facebook
Image credit: Shamata Pilates Facebook

Shamata Pilates & Yoga

Walkerville

The word “Shamata” means “calm abiding” in Sanskrit (the things you learn, eh?), which is a pretty apt description when it comes to this boutique studio. It’s a beautiful space to practise in, and the experienced instructors are just straight-up lovely people. New clients can get a special five-class pass for $49, which gives you access to any group sessions you fancy trying out.

“I cannot speak highly enough of Shamata Pilates & Yoga. The staff are incredibly friendly and helpful with lots of useful tips and advice. I have noticed a difference in my strength and ability already as a fairly new client, and I love that I can attend Shamata for some special ‘me’ time. Highly recommended! :)” – amy_clarke

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Image credit: Go Yoga Facebook

Go Yoga

Brighton

Run by the highly qualified Jackie, Go Yoga offers a unique range of Hatha and Jivamukti yoga classes to suit anyone. Each session features no more than 12 students, which ensures that everyone gets the individual help and tutelage they need, so be sure to swing by the Go Yoga website to see what’s available. If you’re new, you can get two weeks of unlimited yoga for just $40.

“Jackie’s yoga teachings are not only exceptional in regards to gaining the most from yoga on a fitness level, but they’re equally exceptional on a mental and emotional level. Highly recommended for life balance!” – suzanne k

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adel_01Yoga Garage

Belair

Yoga Garage is a plucky little Belair studio that’s all about getting your mind and body synced up. The owner, Karen Gunter, has been practising yoga for more than thirty years, and she knows exactly how to transfer her knowledge to others in a patient, effective, and thoroughly enjoyable manner. Casual classes are $20 each, with five available for $90. They also do kids’ yoga!

“Top marks to Karen, a very talented, dedicated lady.” – CoolAdvice

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adel_02Yuj Life

Glen Osmond

You don’t choose the Yuj life; the Yuj life chooses you. And you’ll be very happy about it too, as this studio provides a super-positive and inclusive atmosphere for getting your yoga on. With a large array of classes aimed at everyone from mums-to-be to frontline workers, you’re bound to find the perfect session here. Yuj Life is big on affordability, so a two-week introductory pass is a mere $24.

“Best studio in Adelaide. Full of wonderful teachers and a great range of classes.” – ScottyJay92

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