Yoga Kula of Turramurra, Sydney (not to be confused with Kula Yoga, Hawthorn/Hampton, Melbourne) has now moved locations and changed its name to Kula Body. The studio is still based in the northern Sydney suburb of Turramurra.
Yoga Kula has long established an enviable reputation in Sydney for its excellent yoga and pilates classes.
The studio started life in considerably smaller premises in 2014 and steadily grew its community to become one of the most popular yoga and pilates studios north of the Harbour Bridge.
The Kula name comes from the Sanskrit word for ‘community of the heart‘.
The experienced and respected team at Kula have an excellent reputation for sharing their considerable knowledge; particularly the practical aspects of movement, anatomy, biomechanics and other life-enchancing characteristics of yoga
The studio is known for its friendliness and making clients ‘feel at home’. When clients begin with Kula the team are known to go out of their way to find the best class for each individual.
Teachers ensure they are up-to-date with any client injuries so that they are able to offer helpful modifications during classes so that students can move on the mat in a way that supports growth and wellbeing.
- In its new guise and new larger premises the Kula team have expanded their wellness offerings to include an Infrared Sauna and Float Tank
- The core stable of yoga and pilates classes have been bolstered with the addition of online video classes, both live and recorded
- Clients can choose from Barre, gentle yoga, yin yoga, flow yoga, core flow, mat and reformer pilates
- Kula runs classes for various demographics – general, teens, prenatal, mums and bubs and seniors
- There are also online meditation classes, both drop-in and recorded.
The Kula team can be reached on 02 9055 2028 and at firstname.lastname@example.org
The larger premises are still in Turramurra but no longer in Rohini Street. The new Kula Body studio is still conveniently located near the train station though at Level 2/4 Forbes Lane, Turramurra NSW 2074.