With the popularity of yoga soaring to epic proportions, we thought wed take the trek through Adelaide to see what all the fuss is about, and suss out the differences between the different practices. While were all nursing tender (yet incredibly supple) bodies now, we can promise youll be reinvigorated after you try some of these classes!
Acclaimed as a modern form of physical and philosophical practice, Power Living yoga combines strength, agility and the natural environment to harness the power of nature and inspire its participants. Incorporating a combination of Yin and Vinyasa yoga, Power Living Yoga offer the full suite of options to the modern day yogi, from beginner to advanced. Also catering for both private and corporate yoga classes, Power Living Yoga offers a PLAY Vinyasa Heated option, whereby the room temperature is increased to 32 degrees, to really promote sweating to burn through the hardened exterior layers of the self. So, keen to get sweaty and flexible? Drop on in to Power Living Yoga!
60 Halifax St, Adelaide SA 5000 | www.powerliving.com.au | (08) 8231 0596
Looking for the original Adelaide hot yoga? Bikram Yoga in Adelaide are a well-loved local establishment offering both yoga and Pilates. With a generous trial option, newbies can try unlimited classes for 10 days, for just $25! Along with their great hot yoga classes, Bikram Yoga Adelaide also offers hot Pilates, perfect for the inner yogi seeking to explore new avenues of fitness and exercise.
211 Pulteney St, Adelaide SA 5000 | www.adelaideyoga.com.au | (08) 8223 3463
Have you ever wanted to try yoga in space? Well, youll probably never be able to. But, you can try AntiGravity Aerial yoga at The Yoga Centre! Suspended from a soft trapeze, the Aerial Hammock enables practitioners to master simple inversions and some of the more advanced poses. Initially designed for performers, this modern form of yoga has become a vital staple for some yogis. So, looking to stretch out some of those stiff spots with the help of gravity? Come on in to check out The Yoga Centre and hang around for a while!
51 Gilbert St, Adelaide SA 5000 | www.theyogacentre.com.au | 0424 377 734
Inspired by the legendary BKS Iyengar himself, Wendy has built Om Yoga from the ground up. With a history of yoga practice stretching back more than half her life, Wendy is committed to delivering both a purposeful and insightful yoga experience to all who visit. With a full range of classes including prenatal yoga and yoga instructor training, Om yoga regularly conducts retreats, holds beginner courses and holds workshops to really get the most out of your yoga experience.
29 Regent St N, Adelaide SA 5000 | www.omyoga.com.au | 0424 635 185
The crew at Hatha Yoga Shala practice a unique form of yoga called Shadow Yoga. Involving a range of prelude form movements, the practice of Shadow Yoga focusses on preparing the body for dynamic stances that flow with the integration of rhythmic breath control. Encouraging an awareness of correct posture, Shadow Yoga is said to improve strength, suppleness, balance and cultivate enhanced focus. With a range of classes ranging from beginner through to advanced, perhaps its try to give Shadow Yoga a try?
172 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000 | www.yogashala.com.au | (08) 8223 2902
Feature image credit to The Yoga Centre.