Mystique Moksha Studio Hire
Our beautiful Yoga studio hire is located in the quiet and leafy suburb of North Turramurra on the North Shore of Sydney. There is an abundance of cafes and restaurants in town as well as ample parking.
The yoga studio is located upstairs from the IGA on the first floor. You can take the stairs to the left of the IGA entrance or take the elevator inside the IGA if you need mobility assistance.
The studio hire near North Shore Sydney is fully equipped with yoga mats, bolsters, blocks straps, music equipment and other useful things that cater to up to 20 participants. There are two windows and one sliding door overlooking the treetops of North Turramurra which are home to plentiful bird life. We welcome workshops, classes, and events that are in line with our ethos and cater to the needs of our community.
Currently, we have workshops that cater to physical as well as mental well being such as Yoga for Anxiety and Yoga for Backcare as well as dance classes for the North Turramurra Primary school.
The yoga studio hire also features a large balcony overlooking the tree-tops of North Turramurra which is in the North Shore Sydney. The balcony has a lovely water feature, big plant pots and an umbrella for sun shade. The balcony is an ideal extension to a workshop and event as well as mini retreat.
Located in a leafy, quiet suburb on the Sydney North Shore, with plenty of parking, disability access, a large balcony, a waiting area, as well as fully equipped to hold yoga classes for up to 20 persons, our studio can be rented for single, multiple and ongoing classes, workshops and events.
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