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The Business of Yoga specialises in Health Consultants, Health Education, and Pilates and is located in Melbourne CBD, VIC.
100 red hill, Melbourne CBD VIC 3000
Also Services: Melbourne CBD
Fitline offer Specialised Personal Training and Diet Programs in a private melbourne city personal training studio
Level M2 525 Collins St, Melbourne CBD VIC 3000
Satori women's health club is a fun and friendly gym for women
80a Unley Rd, Unley Park SA 5061
Revive Ashgrove is based in Ashgrove, QLD and specialises in Massage Therapy, Physiotherapists, and Pilates.
Level 1, 240 Waterworks Rd, Ashgrove QLD 4060
For your everyday fitness fun
26 Baynes Park Rd, Monbulk VIC 3793
Yoga Sati Life specialises in Yoga and Mat Pilates in Sydney CBD, the Eastern Suburbs and Inner west of Sydney. We provide Outdoor Group Training, Private Sessions and Corporate Wellness Programs.
Mobile service
Also Services: Sydney CBD
Tamara Yoga classes are a dynamically energetic, uplifting, experience.
unit 10/ 24 St Quentin Ave, Claremont WA 6010
Body and Balance is Australia's East Coast Quality Fitness based in Manly and Manly Vale on Sydney's Northern Beaches.
Cnr. North Steyne and Pine St, Manly NSW 2095
Also Services: Manly
Welcome to the onepoint; the very centre of the powerhouse within!
Shop 7-8/ 365 Shepherds Hill Road, Blackwood SA 5051


Yoga is provided through many fitness centres in Australia via a range of classes from beginner to advanced. It involves a range of physical movements from stretching and poses that require muscle control to meditative and mental techniques. In this capacity, it may also involve deep breathing and relaxation techniques.

Yoga's roots can be traced back to India where it is associated with Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. There are many different branches of yoga that employ various philosophies and physical techniques to deliver a variety of results. Primarily, yoga was originally used as a means to achieve various heightened physical and mental states.

Major branches of yoga in Hindu philosophy include:

  • Karma Yoga
  • Raja Yoga
  • Jnana Yoga
  • Bhakti Yoga
  • Hatha Yoga
  • Plus More

Hatha yoga is the most common type of yoga, and this is the type of yoga you will find in most gyms and fitness centres. Hatha yoga itself also features many different styles and variations popular around the country.

However, whether you are seeking yoga from a deeply meditative point of view or a great workout that helps you tone and relax at the same time, you will find practitioners offering yoga at a fitness centre near you. Check out the fitness centres at and speak to someone today about the classes they provide relating to yoga.