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Stretching to Serenity: Top 5 Yoga Classes in Perth

How We Picked

Quality of instructors

We made sure to choose classes taught by instructors who have received the proper training with the years of experience to match.

Variety of classes:

You may be a beginner or already seasoned in yoga. Thus, we chose places that offer a wide range of classes for different levels.

Availability

We chose yoga classes that are available all year round and are overall easy to book.

Value for money

We chose yoga classes that offer great value for money with the quality of services they give. This also includes membership options or class packages.

1. Urban Om

Urban Om's Homepage

Classes Offered: 

  • Hot Hatha
  • Urban Flow
  • Urban Flow Slow
  • Urban Restore
  • Flow Pilates

Website: https://www.urbanom.com.au/

Address: 42 Bennett St, East Perth WA 6004

Contact Details: +61 416 719 474

Business Hours: Monday – Friday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Saturday – Sunday: 8:00 AM – 12: 30 PM

Google reviews5/5
Facebook reviews5/5
Total reviews5/5
Score consistency5/5
Quality of instructors5/5
– Experience5/5
– Credentials5/5
Variety of classes3/5
Availability5/5
Value for money5/5

Pros

  • Has introductory packages for beginners
  • Studio also has a café
  • Spacious studio
  • Affordable rates

Cons

  • Latecomers may be denied entry
  • Limited variety of classes

Urban Om prides itself as a hub of serenity and wellness in the city. Aside from being a yoga and Pilates studio, they also have a café complete with snacks and drinks.

As newcomers, we were able to take advantage of their introduction offer of $60. This was inclusive of six classes that are valid for a full month.

If you don’t have a mat or towel, you can hire theirs. Other equipment such as blocks, straps, and bands are free to use within their premises.

They have two kinds of classes: heated and non-heated. Heated classes are taught in rooms that are between 32 and 40 degrees Celsius, allowing students to sweat more.

All of their classes are open to all levels, but you should start out with non-heated classes if it’s your first time. You should likewise avoid the heated class if you have any health conditions.

We recommend the Urban Restore class for beginners. This is a slower paced non-heated Vinyasa class that acquaints you with the basic poses and flows.

You should also come in at least 15 minutes before your class starts, as latecomers may not be allowed to enter. This also gives you enough time to prepare and warm up before the class begins.

They have a total of five classes, which may not be enough for expert yogis. Thus, we think Urban Om best fits those who are still starting out in their yoga practice.

2. Yoga Space

Yoga Space's Homepage

Classes Offered: 

  • Ashtanga yoga
  • Vinyasa yoga
  • Yin yoga
  • Gentle yoga
  • Mysore yoga
  • Kids’ yoga
  • Pregnancy and post-natal yoga
  • Mindfulness classes

Website: http://www.yogaspace.com.au/

Address: 6/79 Colin St, West Perth WA 6005

Contact Details: +61 413 244 217

Business Hours: Monday – Friday: 5:45 AM – 8:30 PM, Saturday: 7:30 AM – 12:00 PM, Sunday: 12:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Google reviews5/5
Facebook reviews5/5
Total reviews3/5
Score consistency4/5
Quality of instructors5/5
– Experience5/5
– Credentials5/5
Variety of classes5/5
Availability5/5
Value for money4/5

Pros

  • Wide variety of classes
  • Also offers teacher training
  • Provides equipment

Cons

  • No hot yoga classes
  • Memberships are paid per week

Yoga Space has a wide variety of yoga classes for every yogi out there. They have beginner-friendly Ashtanga, Vinyasa for those looking to deepen their practice, and yoga for pregnant women and kids.

What they don’t have is hot yoga, but this wasn’t a problem for us. If you’re looking for more challenging sessions, you can join their advanced classes or Mysore classes that require memorisation.

New members can avail of the $49 new student special. This gives you unlimited access to their in-person and online classes valid for two weeks.

We found this to be a good deal but were quite disappointed that regular memberships are paid per week. You can choose between a rate of $37 and $43.75 per week.

Alternatively, you can choose their class passes. Their single-class rate is $28, or you can get an 8-class pass for $160 that’s valid for three months.

Despite that, however, we do think that their classes are of great quality. The teachers explained the poses and flows to beginners adequately and were attentive throughout the class.

We also like how they have dedicated classes for beginners, such as Ashtanga, Vinyasa, and gentle yoga. This helped us deepen our practice, especially since we didn’t feel conscious about our yoga knowledge or fitness level.

3. Yogahub Perth

Yogahub Perth's homepage

Classes Offered: 

  • Hatha and iyengar yoga
  • Vinyasa yoga
  • Ashtanga yoga
  • Mysore yoga
  • Yin yoga
  • Therapeutic yoga
  • Sound Yoga Nidra
  • Pranayama and yoga meditation

Website: https://yogahubperth.com.au/

Address: 75 Coogee St, Mount Hawthorn WA 6016

Contact Details: +61 435 096 074

Business Hours: Monday – Friday: 5:30 AM – 9:00 PM, Saturday: 8:15 AM – 11:30 AM, Sunday: 7:15 AM – 12:00 PM

Google reviews5/5
Facebook reviews5/5
Total reviews3/5
Score consistency4/5
Quality of instructors5/5
– Experience5/5
– Credentials5/5
Variety of classes5/5
Availability5/5
Value for money4/5

Pros

  • Has multiple packages and memberships available
  • Wide variety of classes
  • Offers beginner courses
  • Cosy vibe

Cons

  • No hot yoga classes
  • Outside of the Perth CBD

Yogahub is exactly as its name suggests: it’s a hub for any yogi. We were impressed by the variety in their classes, and outside of that, they also offer special courses for beginners or those who want to go deeper into their practice.

We took their introductory offer of $30 for 14 days of unlimited classes, which was a great deal. This encouraged us to take as many classes as we could—with some of us taking one class daily!

This also allowed us to discover which class was right for us and which teachers we liked best.

Beginners can also join their beginner courses, which run for eight weeks. This suits those who have no prior knowledge or experience of yoga and are looking to build their foundation.

Their studio is also cosy and welcoming with indoor plants, lots of natural lighting, and wooden floors. It was able to help us get into the proper state of mind before class began.

We also like how their memberships and packages are priced. You have the option to pay per week or every fortnight for a membership or buy class passes that expire six months after first use.

However, their location is not too convenient for those in the Perth CBD. While it’s accessible by car or bus, we recommend that you take into account your transportation costs before you commit to a membership.

4. The Yoga Garage

The Yoga Garage's Homepage

Classes Offered: 

  • Hot Vinyasa
  • Bikram hot yoga
  • Hot Pilates
  • Yin yoga
  • Meditation classes

Website: https://theyogagarageperth.com.au/

Address: 19 Scarborough Beach Rd, Scarborough WA 6019

Contact Details: +61 6143 7900

Business Hours: Daily: 5:15 AM – 8:00 PM

Google reviews5/5
Facebook reviews5/5
Total reviews5/5
Score consistency4/5
Quality of instructors5/5
– Experience5/5
– Credentials5/5
Variety of classes3/5
Availability5/5
Value for money5/5

Pros

  • Affordable rates
  • Plenty of timeslots for classes
  • Equipment provided

Cons

  • Limited variety of classes
  • Some complaints of the hot yoga classes being too hot
  • Studio is a bit small

The Yoga Garage does not look like your typical yoga studio. Their exterior is unassuming and looks a bit industrial, and they’ve decorated their interior with some urban notes.

They mostly focus on hot yoga, although you can take their yin yoga which is without heat. Yin yoga is the only non-heated yoga class they have, which we don’t think is enough variety.

Hot yoga classes can reach up to 40 degrees Celsius, and with the sun shining from the window, it can get too hot for some.

We tried their hot Vinyasa class, and while we enjoyed the extra burn, we don’t recommend it for newbies or those sensitive to heat.

Their studio is also a bit smaller than the rest, and their hot yoga classes tend to be full, especially on weekends and past 5 PM.

This means that you might end up bumping into your fellow yogi, although some have complained about the scent of sweat and body odour. For a smaller class size, we recommend attending early in the morning or just after noontime.

They have affordable rates with their introductory offer at $59 for 30 days of unlimited classes. However, their lack of variety in their classes did leave us disappointed, and we were unable to take full advantage of their deal.

The introductory offer is also only available to Perth residents. Thus, if you’re a tourist or foreign resident, you will have to choose from their regular memberships or class passes.

5. Bloom Yoga

Bloom Yoga's Homepage

Classes Offered: 

  • Vinyasa yoga
  • Hatha yoga
  • Yin yoga
  • Restorative yoga
  • Slow flow
  • Pregnancy yoga
  • Tweens yoga
  • Mums & Bubs
  • Men’s yoga

Website: https://www.bloomyoga.com.au/

Address: 6/56 Creaney Dr, Kingsley WA 6026

Contact Details: +61 488 038 529

Business Hours: Daily: 5:15 AM – 8:00 PM

Google reviews5/5
Facebook reviews5/5
Total reviews4/5
Score consistency4/5
Quality of instructors5/5
– Experience5/5
– Credentials5/5
Variety of classes3/5
Availability5/5
Value for money5/5

Pros

  • Wide variety of classes
  • Offers online classes
  • Hosts retreats and courses

Cons

  • Some complaints about teachers
  • Strict cancellation policy
  • Outside of Perth CBD

When we had our first class in Bloom Yoga, we were delighted to hear that other students have been attending their classes for over a decade!

This was a testament to the quality of their classes, which we were glad to have experienced. We found the teachers to be welcoming and encouraging, always willing to assist students struggling with a pose.

We were also impressed with the variety in their classes. While we had no pregnant women in our group, they had multiple yoga classes for pregnant women and mums.

We got to speak to some of these women who told us that their teachers were always gentle and attentive to their needs. Some of them also tried the Mums & Bubs class with their kids, which introduced some fun into their yoga practice.

Because yoga classes are mostly occupied by women, our male friends enjoyed their men’s classes. Their general classes, however, are open to all genders and all levels.

They also host retreats and special courses throughout the year. These are typically held on a weekend, and rates are inclusive of accommodation, food, yoga classes, and sound baths.

They are a bit far from the Perth CBD, so we only paid the per-class rate of $27. However, you can choose class passes or memberships that are paid fortnightly or monthly.

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