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Inspiration entails action. And sometimes our outer surroundings inspire us to push forward with whatever we do in life. Yoga is one of those exercises that allow you to be one with nature. So whether you’re an outdoor or indoor yogi, here are the best places to challenge yourself when doing yoga in Sydney.
1. Yoga by the sea
As a motivation to live a healthier lifestyle, doing yoga by the ocean is an exercise both pleasing to the eye and the body. The ocean breeze accompanied by a pod of dolphins, make this venue a fantastic way to relax and enjoy the nature that Sydney has to offer. Outstretched by the sunshine coast, Yoga by the Sea takes place at Bondi Icebergs and the Tamarama and Bronte Surf Clubs on most mornings, perfect to capture those Instagram worthy shots. Yoga in Sydney doesn't get much better.
Location: 1 Notts Ave, Bondi Beach NSW 2026
2. Yoga from the sky
Yoga, conventionally an exercise known for its qualities of relaxation, can be often misunderstood as dry to some people. If you are not afraid of heights and love a breathtaking view, then Yoga from the Sky is the perfect match for you. Yoga from the Sky is hosted by the Sydney Tower Eye on the Observation Desk, where it is made possible to do yoga whilst observing the picturesque cityscape of Sydney on a 360 view. With the view all the way up to 258 metres in the air, Yoga from the Sky is also a great way to conquer any fear of heights for the few that aren’t brave enough to do the skywalk.
Location: Sydney Tower Eye, entrance via level 5, Westfield Shopping Centre
3. Yoga under the Sea
Teamed up with the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Yoga under the Sea is a program that gives individuals the push for an invigorating start to the day in the most unusual setting. Surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef exhibit, this location engulfs a calming oceanic setting where tropical fish and sharks greet you in an unorthodox triangle pose. Alongside its views, it also gives the chance for individuals to take some time out to alleviate any sense of mental clarity ahead of the working day through a combination of yoga styles like Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa and some light meditative sequences.
Location: 1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000
Often known as a “retreat from the city”, the famous yoga studio in Surry Hills is not only place driven but also community driven from its warm, cosy and comfortable atmosphere. Driven by its balance between contemporary training and traditional philosophy of yoga, InYoga offers daily yoga classes, workshops, teacher trainings and events within the studio, making it rank at a solid 4.8 stars out of 5. With a line-up of charismatic yoga instructors, fresh flowers, and a bowl of fresh fruit for the taking, InYoga is a must for those caught in the 9-5 lifestyle.
Location: 115 Cooper St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010