From Açaí Bowls To Zen, YogaBar Sydney Is The Place To Be To Work It Out
With so many dive bars and underground springing up around Sydney, it’s nice to see a venue open where lockouts laws aren’t a problem and hangovers don’t exist.
YogaBar Pitt Street joins the chain of studios springing up that focus on balancing body, mind and soul, with soft mats and naturally lit rooms to soak up the great vibrations.
Stepping into a Yoga class is like stepping into a film you’ve already read the IMDB summary of. You know its backstory quite well. Things like how it’s become increasingly popular, the immense health benefits the practice has and, most importantly, the right positions and active wear that will snap you the best picture to document the occasion.
But once the action starts, and the meditation materialises, the emotional and physical experience of a class at YogaBar becomes unparalleled, with the slightest isolations and articulations of muscles, exposing new realms of athleticism.
And on top of an incredibly trendy fitness activity, YogaBar is equipped with a healthy, flat-lay worthy café. Think fresh juices, smoothies with motivational names, sweet and savoury, toast avo-smash combos and pots and bowls filled with acai, quinoa, and every other superfood available from the local health market.
Forget the ‘oms’ and ‘ahs’ of meditation. YogaBar is a dynamic and challenging studio with classes suited to Zen masters of all degrees.
Classes range from standard Yoga, with specific sessions focusing on flow, performance and definition, to more unique forms like prenatal, barre, hot yoga and the North Shore mum favourite, Pilates.
Perfect for everyone from the flexible fanatic, to the curious individual, YogaBar boasts luxe studio locations and cafes at Pitt St and Park St in Sydney’s CBD and Queens Road in Five Dock.
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