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Book Yoga treatment in Sydney

Suburb / Postcode
Service / Treatment
Arokaya Thai Massage - Balgowlah
Shop 5 339 Sydney Road , Balgowlah 2093
Deep Tissue Massage, Organic Products, Face Massage, Therapeutic Massage, Thai Massage
Balanced Bods Health - North Sydney
4/281 Pacific Highway , North Sydney 2060
Osteopathy, Trigger Point Therapy, Remedial Massage, Shiatsu, Chinese Medicine
Sydney Best Thai Massage
1 / 748 George Street , Haymarket 2000
Yoga, Foot Spa, Remedial Massage, Leg Massage, Hot Stone Massage
Nice Relaxing Thai Massage & Spa
713 George Street , Haymarket 2000
Body Scrub, Four Hands Massage, Organic Products, Reflexology, Salt Therapy
Kundalini Blessings
7 Hudson Ave , Terrigal 2260
Yoga, Kundalini Yoga
Arokaya Thai Massage - Manly
74 78 The Corso, Shop 11b , Manly 2095
Face Mask, Foot Massage, Organic Products, Deep Tissue Massage, Yoga

Yoga in Sydney

Get ready to sun salute your way into a brand new you. Yoga is all about instant gratification and lasting transformation. Talk about having your cake and eating it too. It can help with weight loss, improve flexibility and increase strength. It can also help ease anxiety, and get you a better night’s sleep.

There are so many yoga studios in Sydney, and different types of yoga to suit each fitness goal. Thankfully we’ve done the hard work for you. Read out guide to the different types of yoga to find out which one will suit you best.

Hatha

It’s all about the basics. This is a slow moving class that requires you to hold each pose for a few breaths. You may not work up a sweat, but you will leave the class feeling more relaxed.

Perfect for: Beginners.

Vinyasa

Flow from one posture to the next – just don’t forget to breathe. This is a vigorous class that is fluid and movement intensive. It is as rigorous as Ashtanga but no two vinyasa classes are the same.

*Perfect for: *Runners are endurance athletes will like a Vinyasa class because of the continuous movement. It is also good if you can’t get enough of HIIT.

Iyengar

This branch of yoga is all about attention to detail and alignment. Each posture if held for a period of time, which may be mentally and physically challenging. The class typically uses a wide array of props such as blocks, blankets and straps to help you get into the proper pose.

Perfect for: Those with injuries (although you should consult a doctor first). It will help you get the knowledgeable instruction you need.

Bikram

Bikram is practiced in a 40 degree room. If you can’t stand the heat, then get out of the kitchen, or rather yoga studio. The series consisted of 26 poses and two breathing exercises. It is said to help with weight loss, and boost metabolism.

Perfect for: Those who like to sweat. It is also good for those newer to yoga because of the predictable sequence. The heat will also help you get deeper into the pose.

Yin Yoga

Find your zen with this restorative yoga practice. Each pose is held for several minutes at a time to target your deeper connective tissues.

Perfect for: Those looking to stretch and unwind.

What are you waiting for? Get in to those cute yoga pants, and on to your yoga mat. Here is Bookwell, we want you to look good and feel even better.