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$29 for One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Bliss Yoga & Wellbeing (Up to $120 Value)
Bliss Yoga & Wellbeing
Level 1, 147 Station Street, Fairfield 6.5 km
4.9
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35 Ratings
$120.00 $29.00
75% discount_off
One month of unlimited yoga classes
Unlimited Online Yoga - Three Months ($9) or One Year ($19.99) from The Yoga Collective (Up to $216.93 Value)
The Yoga Collective
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3.3
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3 Ratings
$65.01 from$9.00
86% discount_off
Three months of unlimited online yoga
Yoga Pass - One ($25) or Two Months of Unlimited Classes ($49) at Summer Healing Yoga (Up to $149 Value)
Summer Healing Yoga
61 Koornang Rd Suite 2, Carnegie 11.6 km
4.4
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48 Ratings
$49.00 from$25.00
48% discount_off
One-month unlimited yoga pass
Self-Care Online Course from Bhakti Rose (Up to $400 Value)
Bhakti Rose
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$400.00 $29.00
92% discount_off
Sacred self-care with yoga and Ayurveda online course
Limited Time Remaining!
One-Month Unlimited Yoga for One ($29) or Two People ($55) at Gokula House (Up to $60 Value)
Gokula House
440 Smith St, Collingwood 2.8 km
5.0
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1 Ratings
$30.00 from$29.00
3% discount_off
One person: one-month unlimited yoga
One Month of Yoga Classes for One ($39) or Two People ($78) at Yoga Cita (Up to $240 Value)
Yoga Cita
Level 1, 323 Koornang Rd, Carnegie 12.6 km
5.0
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3 Ratings
$120.00 from$39.00
67% discount_off
One person: one month of yoga classes
Unlimited Online Yoga: 3 ($9), 6 ($15) or 12 Months ($27) from MyYogaWorks (Up to $283.18 Value)
MyYogaWorks
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4.8
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19 Ratings
$70.79 from$9.00
87% discount_off
Three-month online yoga class access
One-Month Unlimited Online Yoga Classes for One ($29) or Two People ($58) at Zen Om Yoga Studio (Up to $196 Value)
Zen Om Yoga Studio
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$98.00 from$29.00
70% discount_off
One person: one-month unlimited online yoga classes
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2-Month Unlimited Yoga for One ($35) or Two People ($69), Yoga and Meditation School of India, 4 Locations (Up to $220)
Yoga and Meditation School of India
4 Locations 9.3 km
4.7
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33 Ratings
$110.00 from$35.00
68% discount_off
Ormond, one person: two-month unlimited yoga classes
Unlimited Online Yoga Classes: 3 ($7), 6 ($13) or 12 Months ($19) with The Green Yogi (Up to $267.62 Value)
The Green Yogi
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4.0
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4 Ratings
$66.90 from$7.00
89% discount_off
3 months of unlimited online yoga classes

Melbourne yoga offers: things to know before you go

Yoga has plenty of benefits, from improving your flexibility and posture to boosting your wellbeing. Whether you're experienced or a beginner, understand more about this ancient form of exercise and where to do it in the city.

What are the benefits of yoga?

Yoga is teeming with benefits for mental and physical health and is well known for helping induce a lovely sense of calm. In a fast-paced modern world that often leaves us feeling frazzled, yoga provides the chance to regain some inner peace and poise. Many people like to start or end their day with a yoga class as it restores balance to their lifestyle.

While there are several different styles of yoga, its core disciplines focus on:

  • Improving flexibility through stretching.
  • Meditation.
  • Breathing.
  • Mindfulness.

Most Melbourne yoga classes are based around these elements. In turn, this can improve muscle tone and posture, burn calories, lower blood pressure and more.

So, it's not just about bending your body into crazy shapes – yoga is also great for your peace of mind and smashing stress into oblivion.


Where are the best yoga classes in Melbourne?

Melbourne is buzzing with great yoga studios and classes – this is a city that takes its health seriously. There's plenty of choice and usually lots of excellent offers and discounts to be found. Here's a selection of a few favourite classes:

  • Bliss Yoga & Wellbeing is based in Fairfield and offers a selection of cheap yoga classes for everyone, from rookies right up to advanced level. If you're an early riser, the Dawn Flow at 6am will suit you.
  • Gokula House has sessions on hatha yoga and chi kung, and an overall focus on meditation. Search for frequent offers at this studio in Collingwood, including unlimited one-month passes.
  • Fauna Yoga is one of Melbourne's best-known yoga studios, not least because of its fantastic rooftop terrace that boasts awesome views of the city's Royal Botanic Gardens. Pretty special, especially as the sun rises.


Can I do yoga during pregnancy?

Yes, you can do yoga while pregnant. Taking yoga classes during pregnancy can be beneficial too, as it's a low impact, low intensity exercise that can help with relaxation.

There are some precautions to take, though. Make sure you tell your yoga instructor about your pregnancy – in the first trimester it's not necessarily obvious you're expecting. They will be able to advise on any stretches or poses to avoid.

Certain types of yoga are also best avoided during pregnancy. One example is bikram yoga, which is performed in a hot room. You may find specific yoga classes for pregnancy, otherwise just take care and listen to your body. If you find a pose uncomfortable, stop.

What different types of yoga are there?

There's more than one type of yoga – in fact, there are several. Not all classes in Melbourne are the same. Some of the most popular and common types of yoga include:

  • Hatha yoga – ideal for beginners, it's slow-paced and focuses on breathing.
  • Ashtanga yoga – a more demanding type, this involves performing standing and floor-based postures.
  • Bikram yoga – one of the best known, this type of yoga really gets you sweating, typically performed in a sauna-style studio.
  • Lyengar yoga – an all-round workout, here you perform poses and hold each one for a time.

Ready to sign up for a yoga class at a studio or gym near you to nail the downward dog poses? Find cheap yoga classes in Melbourne today.