Beach, dawn and pranayama (breathing techniques) – what could be a better combo? Palm Beach Yoga offers classes specifically for men over 50 to help build strength and flexibility(suits the demographic up at Palm Beach – fit, but mature!). It combines pranayama and asanas (postures) to encourage balance and calmness. Located in an intimate studio directly above the Boathouse at Palm Beach, there’s no better way to dive in to men’s yoga Sydney.
Another serene beach, another calming men’s only yoga Sydney. Manly Yoga offers an introductory offer of 4 weeks unlimited yoga from $49. Try their dynamic hatha yoga for men or step into the vitalising Japanese yoga or the flowing vinyasa practice. Whichever, you choose, we’re pretty sure you’ll be coming back for more.
The teachers at The Yoga Institute believe that through yoga people can create their own health and healing and lead happier, more-connected lives. On top of their wide variety of classes for mental health and teacher training, they also offer BROGA – a man-friendly class. The class is aimed at all yoga levels and wants to create a welcoming environment to encourage all me to harness your strengths and unlocking your physical and mental potential.
If you’re down for a totally new men’s yoga Sydney experience, CE Yoga Studio in Potts Point will bring a little spice to your sun salutations. Their men’s naked yoga is one of their most popular classes as, according to students, it fosters a community atmosphere and allows for a life-affirming practice. The men’s only studio offers a range of classes of different sizes, both clothed and naked, for all ages and levels of experience.
The Commune in Newtown is a creative warehouse space that encompasses co-working desks, events, photo shoots and women and men’s yoga classes Sydney. Drop in at the plant-based cafe for a coffee, enjoy an inclusive and comprehensive yoga class, then top if off with a drink at their 70s/80s themed bar, live music and all. This yoga class is a great way to connect to the community as well as to your inner self.
With 5 studios offering men’s yoga Sydney, you’ve got no excuse to miss your weekly yin. With their 10-day free trial you can try their contemporary take on yoga for yourself and if you don’t feel the power and strength flow, you lose nothing. Founder and CEO, Duncan Peak blends pre and post-classical yoga philosophies with traditional Hatha, contemporary Vinyasa and Yin yoga methodologies. Power Living also has yoga workshops, retreats and teacher trainings. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, they welcome you to join the tribe.
Think hanging from a piece of fabric for an hour is a cinch? Think again. Aerial yoga is a popular contemporary form of yoga as it realigns your body with the help of gravity, stimulates a greater release of neurotransmitters in the brain and gives you a seriously good whole body workout. Sky Lab welcomes men and women in their dynamic yoga classes Sydney. If you don’t come out of the class feeling stronger, more flexible and a little bit taller – well bring it up with them.
Combine the two most calming activities and what do you get? Yoga by the Sea. Offering both inside and outside women’s and men’s yoga classes Sydney, Yoga by the Sea wholeheartedly emphasises the importance balance of nature and all living things. Whether slow, restorative hatha yoga, strong power vinyasa yoga or whale spotting is your thing, they offer it all.