Yoga Studio in Nunawading
(Mitcham, Forrest Hill & Blackburn)
The L9 Yoga Studio is in Nunawading, minutes drive from Mitcham, Blackburn, Forrest Hill and Ringwood.
Yoga is an excellent form of exercise which improves mobility, strength and flexibility. It has the benefit of being beginner friendly whilst proven at improving posture and reducing muscular aches and pains. It fits very nicely with the L9 philosophy of movement based training and is a low-impact way to train. Our practice focuses on Mindfulness and Mind Body Connection, with members who seek self improvement and progression.
Our studio is very welcoming of members of all ages, gender and ability. Our classes are mixed and colourful.
Yoga is an ideal place to start bodyweight training and an excellent supplement to Calisthenics & Bodyweight Strength.
We offer Vinyasa Flow classes and Vinyasa Fusion classes.
Visit our Yoga Studio in Nunawading and try out some yoga classes.
Our brand new studio is large, spacious and contemporary. It’s regularly cleaned with specialised mats to help develop inversion skills, confidence and to support those who require to lower impact on joints. With Victorian restrictions, we are able to keep a very high level of social distancing. We are also equipped with quality showers, bathrooms and changing rooms.
Our classes are 1 hour long and are suitable for both beginners and the advanced. We do leave additional time on either side of the classes for preparation as well as some self improvement. We also offer Open Sessions to foster progressions for members who are looking to pursue improvement and keen to unlock new movements, poses and skills.
Vinyasa Yoga Flow
L9 Yoga incorporates a traditional Vinyasa flow. This mindful and healing flow is the core of our classes.
We like to mix things up, our Yoga classes are occasionally fused with Pilates and other bodyweight training practices to bring you the best of many worlds!
Bring a drink bottle, you might need it!
Its probably best if you brought your own mat. It sure beats sharing!
Don’t forget your towel.