5 Outstanding Yoga Studios In Melbourne

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Updated: 12 September 2016
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It’s no surprise that by living in a city hyped up on coffee, Melbournians are turning more frequently to yoga in search of relaxation and meditation, but with so many studios popping up, it can be hard to decide which one to visit. Finally, you can calm your chakra with this list of Melbourne’s most outstanding yoga studios where you’re sure to find inner peace.

Humming Puppy

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Humming Puppy, Prahran
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‘If these walls could talk’ is a phrase taken quite literally at Humming Puppy in Prahran. The yoga studio emits a humming noise engineered by acoustic specialists ARUP to take yogis on a deeply immersive and sensory journey. The climate-controlled spaces incorporate dark tones and brass details, adding to the atmospheric experience. You can choose from one of four classes – Mellow Hum, Unified Hum, Dynamic Hum or Deepen Your Hum – depending on your yoga level, and you don’t even need your own mat as the studio provides equipment by Manduka. Casual classes $35
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Yoga 213

Salute the Californian sun at Melbourne’s first hip hop yoga studio, Yoga 213. Styled after a Venice Beach surf shack, the studio is complete with recycled timber, surfboards, pineapples, a vibrant oil painting of Biggie and a neon sign that says ‘to be happy,’ which sums up owner and founder Sammy Vealls attitude to life. Yoga 213 offers five West Coast-inspired classes: Hip Hop 1 for a morning dose of vinyasa; Hip Hop 2 where you can groove along with Snoop Dogg; Yin Yoga for deep poses in a darkened room; Chill Yoga to practice basic vinyasa to the sound of smooth reggae; and Home Base where the focus is on breath. At the end of each class, you can relax with a short savasana.

Casual classes $25

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One Hot Yoga

‘To sweat is to pray, to make an offering of your innermost self,’ said Gabrielle Roth, and at One Hot Yoga, sweat is guaranteed with studio spaces heated from 21-37 degrees Celsius, encouraging ‘Conscious Conditioning.’ Classes are designed by Lucinda Mills, in collaboration with Rob Mills, to create an oasis of wellbeing through the use of contemporary architecture and refined yoga poses. There is a variety of yoga and Pilates classes on offer, including their signature Slow Hot Flow at 37 degrees Celsius, Power Flow, Grow Your Flow, Yin, Friday Flow and Mediation Party.

Casual $25

One Hot Yoga, 36-48 River Street, South Yarra, VIC, Australia, +61 409 103 674

Happy Melon

The Happy Melon is a home away from home for yogis, with fresh, dynamic spaces featuring handmade light fittings, French antiques, stunning arched windows and marble tiles. The studio is focused on ‘mindfulness with movement’ and offers yoga, meditation, fitness classes, physiotherapy, clinical Pilates as well as a range of treatments. There are five yoga classes to choose from and include Beginners Yoga to gently encourage your body; Yin Yoga, which aims to deepen your mental and physical strength; Yoga Flow; Yoga Slow; and Pre-Natal Yoga.

Casual classes $35

Happy Melon, 1252 High Street, Armadale, VIC, Australia, +61 3 9576 0565

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Move Yoga

Find your chakra in the heart of the CBD, above Flinders Lane, at Move Yoga. Opened in late 2014, the studio aims to revitalise and nourish through Power Vinyasa. Designed by Hecker Guthrie, the studio blends Japanese and Scandinavian architecture for a no-fuss, tranquil space heated from 28-35 degrees Celsius. There are more than 28 classes per week, catering to all fitness levels, including an express lunchtime class for those with busy work schedules.

Casual classes $25

Move Yoga, Level 1, 335 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Perfect way to end a busy day in Melbourne 👌🏻 After a hectic few days of intense training and fast paced learning, it's nice to sit back and spend some time just focusing on myself. I stumbled upon @moveyoga through the MindBody app and could not be more grateful! An amazing facility that made me feel calm as soon as I walked through the doors. In our current society, it is so easy to get caught up in the 'rat race' and spend all of our time and energy focusing on external factors. Between work, study, sport, family commitments and everything else we can sometimes forget to set time aside for the most important person in our lives – ourselves. Just 5 minutes every day sitting calmly and checking in on yourself can make a huge difference. As a wise person once said 'You should meditate for 10 minutes every day. Unless you don't have time – then you should meditate for longer'. Namaste 🙏🏼 #believeinyou #beinspired #inspiration #yoga #moveyoga #yogainspiration #meditation #yogalove #meditationsoul #soulful

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