Paradise Yoga has been called “The most beautiful studio in the world” by many of my students.
And they’re right… It is a small but beautiful space, with expansive views across Pittwater, set in the back garden of my Avalon home amongst an ancient spotted gum forest.
The maximum number of students in each class is six (some classes have a maximum of four of five) which is ideal for those who would ordinarily be nervous or anxious about entering a yoga studio for the first time.
My students range in age from eight to 80+, but if I had to narrow it down, I would say it’s most popular with those who are comfortably in their middle years and beyond.
So you don’t need to worry that you’ll be the oldest or least flexible one there (hint: every new student I have worries that they’re the oldest / least flexible / most injured / worst at yoga!).
Everything you need is provided – all the mats and yoga props, so you don’t need to worry about special equipment. I provide water and bamboo cups, so you can even leave your water bottle behind.
Maybe just bring a jumper and socks. Even in the warmer weather, you will want to feel cosy whilst we’re lying down and relaxing.
The mats are made of premium, anti-microbial, eco-friendly cork which allows for plenty of cushioning, especially in combination with the cork floor tiles.
The blankets are made of 100% pure Merino wool. They are lovely and soft, and will keep you warm on cooler days.
The studio is equipped with a stylish Dyson Hot+Cool fan to keep us cosy or cool, depending on the season.
And during Winter, you will find your own personal heat pack waiting for you on the mat when you arrive.
And, last but by no means least, the studio is as eco-friendly as can be. It’s powered by 10kW of solar panels, which are supported by 40kwh of Tesla battery storage. It has a living green roof, which helps to regulate the temperature. Plus, we keep chickens and bees, and sometimes even sell honey from the studio!
I can’t wait to see you in our little slice of Paradise…
One of the prettiest yoga studios in the world, I’d say!
Run, don’t walk, to this yoga studio!
The best studio I know!