Three Sydney yoga studios you need to try

We’ve done the leg (or stretch) work for you and found the three best yoga studios in Sydney you need to try during your stay.

By Benjamen Judd

Whether you’re on holiday or staying on business, it’s important that you take some time out for yourself. 

Yoga has become one of the most popular forms of physical activity. Easily incorporated into the busiest schedules, it can ease the mind while working the body like nothing else can. 

We’ve hunted down the three best yoga studios where you can find some time realign your mind, body and spirit. 

Yoga Bar

Shop 5001 Level 5 (Food Court)
188 Pitt St

Located only minutes away from the hotel in Sydney Westfield Pitt Street, Yoga Bar offers a range of classes for the beginner to expert. You can choose from Vinyasa Flow, Yoga define, Pilates and Pilates Reformer. (Or, if you’ve a taste for rhythm, check out their barre studio on Park Street and get on board with the latest fitness trend.)

Flow Lab Yoga

62-66A Erskine Street


A spot of tranquility in the heart of the city, Flow Lab Yoga is a serene space that welcomes all level of experience. The team at Flow offer strength and stretch, restorative and even meditation classes to make sure you’re feeling your best both inside and out. They have regular classes and booking a spot is a good idea so you don’t miss out on arrival. 

Hom Yoga

20 Hargrave Street


One of the most beautiful spaces in Sydney, Hom Yoga provides a sensory experience like no other. From the moment you walk in to the minute you leave, you’re awash with a sense of peace. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Hom’s popularity is that it encourages you to go deeper, longer, further but always at your own pace.

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