Yoga builds everything from core strength to mental well being, so it’s probably time you got on that. If you’re not sure where to start, have a peek at these five friendly studios.
Fast developing a reputation as one of Brisbane’s top stress-busting institutions Cultivate Calm Yoga helps everyone from mums-to-be to high-flying business types rediscover their inner tranquillity. These guys offer multiple classes to suit every ability level, and their special introductory offer means your first five classes will set you back just 30 bucks. Drop in and give it a go!
“With 7 days of classes for all levels, you’ll be sure to find your groove here. The teachers are incredibly knowledgeable and helpful when it came to enhancing my practise. After I had completed the $30 intro offer, I signed up for the 6-week intermediate workshop, which completely opened up new poses, meditation, corrected techniques, and gave an interesting overview of the yoga philosophy.” – Zac D
A true temple of yoga and meditation, Shri Yoga brings together many of Brisbane’s finest teachers and sets them loose in a huge variety of lessons. It’s a great place for beginners and experienced practitioners alike, with plenty of pricing options depending on how often you want to attend. You can get unlimited classes for $35 a week, a 10-class pass for $189, or drop in for a casual class at $23.
“Shri Yoga is a lovely studio. The teachers are great and supportive of all levels, and Anusara is a style of yoga that is truly uplifting and restorative for the body and soul. I look forward to my class each week!” – chickee
“Fun, friendly and effective” is the motto down at The Yoga Club, and that sums it all up rather succinctly. Barb Griffiths, the studio’s owner, has been studying yoga for more than 50 years, and she’s living proof as to what a powerful tool it is for staying in incredible shape. Barb’s group sessions cost $20 per head, and she also gives private consultations for $35.
“Barb is a caring and gifted yoga teacher. In a group class, she takes the time to adjust the poses for an individual when they have a past or present condition/injury to achieve improvement in their physical wellbeing. My weekly yoga class helps me to keep my body flexible and strong, which is important in my role as a full-time carer.” – klmz
Bikram yoga (often called “hot yoga”) is a style of yoga developed in India, named after its creator Bikram Choudhury. It’s based on ancient hatha techniques and is performed in a studio heated to around 40 degrees. It’s one of the most popular forms of yoga out there due to its amazing results, and you can try one week of unlimited classes at Bikram Yoga Brisbane Southside for a mere $20.
“It was great being at the Bikram Yoga Brisbane South in Salisbury. I learned and benefited a lot from yoga. I’m now really calm and feel light. It has made me more flexible, beautiful and relaxed. It has changed my lifestyle, and I’m happy with my better body and clear thoughts now.” – BambooFloors
We’ll finish up in Springfield Central, where Revive Yoga & Wellness Centre awaits. This beautiful, spacious studio is a wonderful spot that holds all sorts of classes, from prenatal yoga to the intense and invigorating Ashtanga discipline. There are a great couple of introductory offers as well, where you can enjoy a week of unlimited yoga for $25, or a whole month for $90.
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