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Top 20 Yoga Studios
Here's our pick for the top yoga studios

Average for 8 reviews of 4 venues
  1. Core Being Wellness Centre

    Core Being Wellness Centre

    45 Unley Road, Parkside 5063
    The Core Being Wellness Centre is a slice of paradise. Rajeesh offers 13 years experience in physiotherapy, combined with massage and Ayurvedic techniques.
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  2. Organic Thai Massage - Newtown

    Organic Thai Massage - Newtown

    322 King Street, Newtown 2042
    For a soothing massage treatment like none you’ve ever experienced before, book your Organic Thai Massage appointment on King Street in Newtown NSW.
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  3. Kundalini Blessings

    Kundalini Blessings

    7 Hudson Ave, Terrigal 2260
    Harjinder of Kundalini Blessings is a qualified Kundalini Yoga teacher and offers private yoga therapy and meditation sessions to focus on you and your yoga moves.
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  4. Vigor Personal Training Studio

    Vigor Personal Training Studio

    19 Campbell St, Bowen Hills 4006
    Unlock your full potential at Vigor Personal Training Studio. Offering personal training sessions, nutrition plans, body composition analysis, and Power Yoga.
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  5. Purity - Body Mind Soul

    Purity - Body Mind Soul

    589 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
    Purity – Body Mind Soul is a holistic health clinic in Hampton. This specialised clinic offers a variety of detoxifying treatments to enhance your health and wellness.
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  6. Grace Revolution

    Grace Revolution

    Level 1, 462 Smith Street, Collingwood 3066
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  7. Muscular Myotherapy - Back in Balance Group

    Muscular Myotherapy - Back in Balance Group

    Clinic Suite 1.1 229 Balaclava Road, Caulfield North 3161
    Muscular Myotherapy - Back in Balance Group is a Caulfield North-based musculoskeletal health clinic offering a variety of remedial therapies for muscular pain.
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  8. Chris Eves Personal Training

    Chris Eves Personal Training

    King George Avenue, Hove 5048
    Chris Eves Personal Training is the centre for personal fitness in Hove. Experience a new lease on life thanks to Chris’s personalised training programmes and group classes.
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  9. Siam Spa 159

    Siam Spa 159

    159 Richmond Road, Morningside 4170
    Siam Spa 159 is totally relaxing and tranquil. Experience a traditional Thai massage, which uses gentle pressure and yoga-like stretches to deeply relax you.
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  10. Arokaya Thai Massage - Manly

    Arokaya Thai Massage - Manly

    74 78 The Corso, Shop 11b, Manly 2095
    Arokaya Thai Massage offers a truly authentic experience, using natural and organic products. Book in for a traditional Thai massage, or a heavenly facial.
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  11. Physiomoves


    1455 Burke Road, Kew East 3102
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  12. Oak Mountain Healthcare

    Oak Mountain Healthcare

    77-79 Anzac Ave, Seymour 3660
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  13. Back Into Health

    Back Into Health

    80 Surrey Road (Blackburn Road) , Blackburn 3130
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  14. Sum of Us Studio

    Sum of Us Studio

    602 High Street, Prahran 3181
    For total health and wellness, visit the peaceful Sum of Us studio. You'll find yoga, reformer pilates and barre classes. Also physiotherapy, and myotherapy.
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  15. Brighton Wellness Group

    Brighton Wellness Group

    88 Bay Street, Brighton 3186
    Brighton Wellness Group is a Brighton-based clinic specialising in remedial therapies for injury rehabilitation and prevention in the heart of Melbourne’s bayside.
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  16. East St Kilda Sports & Spinal Clinic

    East St Kilda Sports & Spinal Clinic

    298 Dandenong Rd, Balaclava 3183
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  17. Energy Flow

    Energy Flow

    727 Glen Huntly Rd, Caulfield 3162
    Energy Flow is a unique massage clinic in Caulfield South offering nature’s path to wellness through the application of various massage modalities.
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  18. Soulscented


    569 Burwood Road, Hawthorn 3122
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  19. Sydney Best Thai Massage

    Sydney Best Thai Massage

    1 / 748 George Street, Haymarket 2000
    For the best Thai massage in Sydney, you must visit Sydney Best Thai Massage. This beautiful place offers traditional Thai and relaxing aromatherapy massages.
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  20. Thai Remedial Massage Ballarat

    Thai Remedial Massage Ballarat

    13D / 502 Howitt Street, Ballarat North 3350
    Thai Remedial Massage in Ballarat is a traditional Thai massage facility specializing in relieving muscular tension and stress through hands-on remedial therapies.
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It's official! Yoga is the fastest growing fitness or sporting activity in Australia (Roy Morgan Research). If you're already doing it, you'll understand why. And if you're thinking of giving it a go, that should clinch it.

Around 2 million Australians get into yoga on a regular basis, and that's women, men and teenagers. Interestingly, yoga has become more popular with women across all age groups, with those aged 35-49, and 50-plus claiming the top spots.

So what is it about yoga that is SO good?

Body & Mind

Well, it ticks a lot of boxes when it comes to health and fitness, that's for sure. In fact, it's an exercise class and a health treatment all in one.

Less Intense

Whilst you might work up a slight sweat - more if you choose Bikram (hot) yoga - this is not the main aim. Unlike intense aerobic or step classes, yoga is more about improving flexibility, muscle strength and bone health.


That fact alone makes it really good for women, and for those with joint and back problems. It's also a fantastic way of regaining strength and mobility after illness or surgery.


Some of the BookWell team, who practise yoga on a regular basis, say it's far superior to a gym workout. They reckon it's safer, more enjoyable and achieves results faster.

Weight Loss

A couple of the girls also rate yoga as an excellent way to lose weight. It's because yoga focuses on body AND mind. It teaches you to listen to your body, and to feed it the right kind of nutrition. It makes you want to get fit.

Physical & Mental Benefits

Yoga offers men and women so many physical and mental benefits; in fact it's quite similar to Pilates in that way, which is probably why the two activities go so well together.

But did you know that yoga can actually help prevent joint and cartilage breakdown? As that's something most of us end up battling as we get older, it's a big tick in the box.

Yoga also helps keep osteoporosis at bay, increases blood flow, boosts immunity, lowers blood pressure, and regulates your adrenal glands. That last point is really important.

Control Your Cortisol

In a nutshell, your adrenal glands secrete cortisol in response to stress. It's that old fight or flight system of ours, left over from our caveman days. A quick burst of cortisol boosts our survival instinct. And that includes food-seeking behaviour.

If your cortisol levels don't drop back down, you're in all sorts of strife, from suffering depression and overeating to memory loss and osteoporosis. If yoga can help prevent all that, count us in!

Yoga is also a bit of a miracle cure for those who stress too much and have trouble sleeping. It maintains your nervous system to keep you calmer and more balanced. In fact, it's one of the best exercises you can do when going through menopause.

Boost Self Esteem

Yoga is also great for boosting self-esteem and confidence, making it extremely beneficial for teenage girls. Perhaps you could team up with your daughter and go to yoga classes together.

Not only would you enjoy all those great benefits, but it would also help you bond. By putting you more in touch with your emotions, you will most certainly achieve greater awareness and intuition. Your body will start to transform, and you'll understand why and how.

This is particularly beneficial in helping to control anger issues, as well as other destructive behaviours, such as smoking.

Are there any negatives to practising yoga? We can't think of any. So why not slip into something comfortable, grab a mat and give it a try.