Welcome to Canberra Yoga Space.

Having a pain in the neck can be a real pain in the… well you know what we mean 😉

To download your free PDF: Nourish Your Neck, just click on the cover right over there ➨

This PDF contains easy to follow instructions for a quick neck and shoulder stretch especially created to help you ease discomfort in your neck, shoulders and jaw. We hope it assists to reduce tension, improve movement and alleviate pain.

Yoga is a great way to improve your health and wellbeing. Canberra Yoga Space offers a wide range of different yoga styles to choose from.

If you’ve never done yoga before, why not try our fabulous, four-week Beginner’s Course? Learn the fundamentals of yoga for just $99.

If you’re not sure which style of yoga is right for you take a look at our Find-A-Class page or try our New Student Pass? 14 days of unlimited yoga for just $40.

It’s so easy to BUY A PASS or BOOK A CLASS at Canberra Yoga Space.

We look forward to meeting you on the mat.


Something For Everyone

We offer a wide range of different yoga styles for everyone from beginners to experienced yogis.

Wonderful Teachers

Our teachers are warm and welcoming, highly experienced and keep your safety front of mind.

Beginners Specials

Try our 14-day UNLIMITED CLASS PASS for new students or our renowned 4-week Beginners’ Course.

Flexible Payment Options

We have plenty of different payment options to suit your budget and lifestyle.

Workshops & Events

Never Ending Support

Questions? Queries? Contact Canberra Yoga Space any time. We are always happy to help.

How To Find Us

6/13 Botany St, Phillip ACT 2606

The door to our building is located on the corner, just around from the mural. Come up the stairs to the first floor and we’re the first door on the left!

Book A Class

Choose from a wide variety of yoga styles


Buy A Pass

We offer a range of passes to suit your budget


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Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Yoga Space acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people.
We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture
and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.