Wynnum on the east bay side of Brisbane is not only beautiful, but it also has some great yoga studios, classes and teachers who are simply amazing!
In this guide, we’ll be showing you the best options out there where you can unroll your mat and find inner peace. All of these are beginner-friendly while catering to all levels of progression with Bikram, Vinyasa, Yin, Hatha and Ashtanga covered here.
Best Yoga Studios in Manly and Wynnum
Wynnum and nearby Manly are two very popular bayside suburbs. Do they have any good yoga studios? Yes, they certainly do! This means there isn’t really any need to go into the city at all.
We’ve done the research for you to make life so much easier. Through our evaluation of social media channels, we’ve come across these options:
1. Inna Bliss Yoga
Inna Bliss Yoga is the most popular yoga studio to visit if you live in Manly. For first time students, this is where we would recommend that you get started as the space is just perfect.
Is the place gorgeous? Absolutely! Does it feel like Instagram? Sure! Many of the nearby Brisbane yoga studios are similar and now you don’t have to commute into town.
2. Redland Yoga and Meditation
If you go to Wynnum Community Centre on Mondays then you’ll be able to get a fantastic yoga class that’s also quite affordable. Pro-tip: Go there 10 minutes early to get yourself a great spot in the place and try to get there on time since their space facilities are limited.
They also run some of Brisbane’s well known regular kirtan meditation evenings in conjunction with ASMY in Wynnum. This is run by John Balaam. These are held immediately after the yoga class with yogis often staying back for some chanting and meditation.
3. Real Life Yoga
This is a place that really is the opposite to Inna Bliss Yoga. If you’re just looking to get started and are aged a little older, then it’s a good spot. Yes, they do have some younger students here too.
You’ll find the place to be quite nourishing and soothing without the glam of more expensive yoga studios in the area.
4. Conscious Living Yoga in Lota
Update: This is an older yoga studio run by Janet Murray which has since closed down. In this place, it offered conscious transformation and healing through yoga and meditation.
5. Sandy Cuneo Yoga
Right there on the esplanade overlooking the waterways is Sandy Cuneo Yoga. You won’t find a better outlook than this studio and we believe that the best has been left until last here!
This place has been running a few years offering Hatha, Restorative, Yin, Qi Gong and Slow Flow. There are talks of running yoga retreats and yoga teacher training here so watch this space!
Now that we’ve seen what the bayside offers, let’s consider some things to keep in mind:
- Always be there 10 minutes early even if you’ve been there a few times. You’ll want to settle in and relax the mind before each class.
- Leave your phone in the car. Trust us! You don’t need it where you’re going.
- Bring your own mat, towel and water bottle. Some studios provide their own mats but it’s simply easier to bring your own.
- All these yoga studios cater to those who are new to yoga and meditation and there is no need to be concerned if you’re a beginner.
Have you visited any of these yoga studios? Have you found some better classes we haven’t yet discovered? Then let us know in the comments below.