Below is a list of the top and leading Yoga Studios in Perth. To help you find the best Yoga Studios located near you in Perth, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
This article is updated every 3-4 months.
Perth’s Best Yoga Studios:
Here are the top rated Yoga Studios in Perth:
- The Yoga Vine
- North Perth Yoga Room
- Wild Thing Yoga
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The Yoga Vine
The Yoga Vine was founded on 2013 in the heart of Perth CBD. It offer yoga classes and trainings to all people who want to know and learn more about yoga. Their main goal is to provide awareness and inspiration to different organizations and individuals.
Lunchtime Express, Dynamic Vinyasa, Stretch + Release, Roll + Release, Yin, Remedy, Holiday Vinyasa
“I have gone to the Yoga Vine for a while now and have to say it is by far my favourite studio. The staff are always incredibly friendly and they keep the classes light and fun. The space itself is incredible, with plenty of room and a beautiful minimalist set up. The classes are always interesting and different. With each teacher bringing their own style and flair. I would definitely recommend TYV to anyone who is looking to try out Yoga :)” – Shelby Nicholson
North Perth Yoga Room
North Perth Yoga Room was founded by Ann Dragon and Katrina Robertson in 1999. Their ultimate goal was to bring and promote Iyengar yoga to the public. As the years passed, they continue to share their expertise and passion to people who want to practice Iyengar yoga. One can observed the fun and clean atmosphere in the classes of the North Perth Yoga Room. The teachers are approachable and committed to provide best yoga experience every class.
Foundation Courses, Developing Courses, Vinyasa Classes, Led Practice, Casual Classes
“Few months ago I replaced the gym trainings with yoga. Back then, I was worried that I’m not flexible at all. So taking the beginners course was the best decision to make. The pricing was reasonable – $110 for 10 weeks class. I’m grateful that Ann is always patient and she makes effort to get to know each participant well. I recommend the training program. It is well composed and overall the experience is calming and beneficial. “ – Mary Rowley
Wild Thing Yoga
Wild Thing Yoga provides Hathat and Vinyasa yoga classes. Their main motto is to “come as you are” as the teachers believe that every individual is unique in their own ways. Their teaching methods involve nurturing and fun ways that their students can explore their own yoga styles.
Lunch Time Hatha, Dynamic Vinyasa, Hatha Slow Flow, Yin Yoga, Meditation
Love the Yin and Vin event! It was such a good way to destress after a long day at work and my mind and body felt very at ease after the yoga session. The wine at the end of class really helped me to “wine-down” too. Highly recommended! I have gone on to do their normal weekday vinyasa classes and it really is a great workout.” – Genevieve Syn
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