30 Days Intro Pass:
Only $49

Unlimited Classes, are you ready for the challenge?


loose weight,
get flexible &
tone up

We are here to guide and support you in
a lifetime of yoga. Our approach emphasizes
the developement of self-awareness


Bikram Yoga
South Melbourne

Bikram Yoga South Melbourne is Melbourne’s newly renovated Bikram Yoga Studio, located in the heart of South Melbourne. Our newly renovated studio has been transformed into a wellness studio providing a modern, relaxing environment to help you discover your heart, mind and body.

First Time

Tips For First
Time Students

How to pay

Select the class, sign up and pay online or just turn up to register and pay in reception.

When to arrive

Arrive at least 15 minutes before your first class

Can I eat

Avoid big meals at least 2 hours before class

What to bring

Bring a towel, yoga mat & water for class, or hire/buy at the studio

Our Latest Classes


Bikram Yoga (90mins)

Bikram Yoga, the original hot yoga, consists of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises, performed in a room heated to approximately 40ºC, all Bikram Yoga classes are 90 minutes, Suitable for all ages and levels of ability. It’s time to get sweaty.

Bikram Express (60mins)—NEW!

Express is a 60 minute version of the original Bikram Yoga method. All 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises are completed with a shorter time period. If you have a busy schedule, this shorter session suits you.

Sculpt Yoga (60 mins)—NEW!

Sculpt yoga is a combination of Vinyasa flow and weight training, it incorporates hand weights and high-intensity cardio bursts for a maximum burn. The hand weights add a new challenge to traditional yoga classes. This class is performed in a room heated at 34 degree.

Hot Pilates (60mins)—NEW!

Hot Pilates is a mind-body workout that targets on developing core, body strength, posture and alignment, performed in a room heated to 34 degree with upbeat music! It is a combination of traditional Pilates, HIIT and weight training.

Mat Pilates (60 mins) –NEW!

Mat Pilates is a way to stretch and strengthen your body, primarily the muscles of the core, which span from your hips to your shoulders. This exercise uses many different pieces of equipment, such as the Pilates rings, Pilates mini ball and sliding discs etc, conducted with no heat.

Many types of Classes
What Is Yoga? The literal translation of the word “yoga” from Sanskrit (which is recognized as the original language of yoga) is “union,” says Sherwin. And that’s an apt basis for defining yoga as we know it today, she explains. “We define it as bringing together the mind and the body by use of the breath.” Many people have come to know the physical benefits of yoga and think of it as a type of workout, says Sherwin. But yoga is way more than that. “It’s really an entire lifestyle; the postures are only one piece of it,” she says. Yoga began in India and has been around for about 5,000 years, says Sherwin. “Originally it was taught one-on-one and only to men of the highest caste,” she says. Though yoga, traditionally, is a system to foster well-being on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels, it is not generally thought of as a set of religious beliefs. Yoga can be practiced in a completely secular manner, and it's practiced by people of all faith traditions, as well as people who are agnostic and atheist, according to the Yoga Alliance.


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