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Located in Thomas Street, Noosaville, we are at the heart of things right near the beautiful Noosa River. Set back from the street, we still have our privacy as a space and yet there are great cafes and restaurants close by and the river park is a 1 minute walk from the studio. There are many accommodation options within easy walking distance.
Our studio is a dedicated yoga and spiritual development space of higher learning and somatic exploration. We invite facilitators to hold events that promote creativity, healing, personal growth and healthy living.
There are options to work with you to promote your event to the Noosa yoga community or to facilitate your own event. Your event will be listed on our website and can be promoted via our newsletter and Facebook site.
The studio is private and quiet, with bathroom and kitchen facilities. We have a range of yoga props and sound system and can host 18 yoga students and 40 floor seated students. Props include mats, bolsters, cushions, straps, blocks & blankets.
This is a wonderful location for hosting holistic workshops, corporate retreats or events. A packaged event can be tailored to suit your needs, including catering and accommodation options. Combine your next business planning day with stretches and meditation in between – what a way to keep the flow of ideas and inspiration going for the modern, conscious business!
Please enquire online or call Vivianne on 0400 749 392 for availability, facilitation and rates.
FULL DAY STUDIO HIRE: $220+gst (8 hours)
HALF DAY STUDIO HIRE: $135+gst (4 hours)
HOURLY RATE : $45+gst
Vivianne has been practicing and studying yoga for more than twenty years. Yoga was the source of clarity, calm and connection during an international corporate career. The desire to learn more about yoga took Vivianne to India many times, learning direct from the source in the Iyengar and Ashtanga traditions. On returning to Australia after a decade […]MORE INFO
Susan is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher who holds an Introductory Level II teaching certificate. She has studied with the Iyengar family in Pune, India and has attended live-in retreats with Dr Geeta Iyengar and other Indian and Australian Senior Iyengar teachers. She continues to develop her knowledge and teaching skills by attending ongoing professional development with Senior Iyengar […]MORE INFO
Emily is trained in an authentic tradition of Hatha and Raja yoga by her teacher Acharya Upendra Roy, in Sydney. She has been dedicated to practicing yoga since 1998 and began teaching in 2002. Her passion for yoga took her to India multiple times where she spent extended periods immersed in yoga and yogic philosophy. Here she […]MORE INFO
Karakrista is a passionate and widely experienced holistic practitioner and teacher who loves to help others to experience a life of JOY. She has always loved being ‘physical’ doing Olympic gymnastics in her teens and aerobics, triathlon and marathon running in her 20’s and 30’s but it was following her experience of episodes of depression […]MORE INFO
Adhi has been dedicated to health and fitness her whole life. She danced through her youth and trained as a fitness leader in her teens. She discovered the magic of yoga in high school and then again at prenatal classes in 1990. She has been learning and teaching yoga ever since. Adhi is a level […]MORE INFO
Iyengar Yoga follows the 8 limbs of yoga expounded by Patanjali in The Yoga Sutras. It is a disciplined and deeply researched system developed over 75 years by Yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar who recently passed this earth at 96 years of age. It is unique in that it is characterised by its emphasis on precision and alignment, […]MORE INFO
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Yoga’ means union or joining, while ‘ha’ means sun and ‘tha’ means moon; thus ‘Hatha Yoga’ is the uniting of two opposing energies. Another description of ‘Hatha’ Yoga is ‘ha’ meaning prana, or vital force and ‘tha’ meaning mind, thus it is the harmonising of the body and the mind through specific practices. This class follows […]MORE INFO
The Vinyasa style refers to the mindful sequencing of movement and breath to create a natural flow. A form of movement meditation building flexibility, strength, stamina and awareness of energy flow. Move from one pose to the next on an inhale or an exhale and the poses run together as a fluid sequence. Explore range of motion, […]MORE INFO
As we move into our senior years, the practice of yoga can bring us health, flexibility (critical as we age) and vitality – all key factors in improving longevity. For seniors, this means we can increase both our muscle strength and bone density and improve our posture, concentration and memory. Other benefits include the strengthening […]MORE INFO
Laying your Yoga Foundation with Tracey Mohrbutter & Frances Zirkler This 6 week course (12 classes) is perfect for anyone new to yoga or for those with some experience wishing to refresh or consolidate the basics. Next Course Commencing Saturday FEBRUARY 3rd 10.00am-11.15am and/or Wednesday FEBRUARY 7th 11.00am-12.15pm for 6 weeks The two classes will be repeated […]MORE INFO
The Inner Sky: Meditations on Light A recurring theme in spiritual teaching is the movement of grace in the body: Kundalini rising upward and Light descending from above. In this course, we will awaken to and explore the presence of Light in the upper chakras. The sequence presented in this course will focus on the […]MORE INFO
Join us for a deep, slow healing journey with Marian Cavanagh We welcome Marian to the studio once again offering this speciality masterclass of deep restorative healing yoga. Supported by props, you can relax into long hold poses with comfort, receiving deep benefits for the whole body but especially calming for the nervous system. The carefully crafted sequence […]MORE INFO