Leading Australian yoga and reformer Pilates studio, BodyMindLife, will launch a brand new, purpose-built sanctuary in the heart of Byron Bay—the latest expansion for the wellness brand, which has five studios in Surry Hills, Potts Point, Redfern, Kirrawee and Bondi Beach.
Set to open at 6 Byron Street in February 2020, the new facility comes complete with three studios, a far-infrared sauna, juice bar and remedial massage. The centre has been designed by award winning architect and BodyMindLife co-owner, Ferique Beach-Brown, who’s healing spaces and design beautification have frequented the pages of Vogue Living, Harpers Bazaar and other publications.
With the use of sacred geometry, floor-to-ceiling windows, polished concrete, timber floors and white walls, there’s a sense of calm and spaciousness as soon as you walk through the doors.
Investment banker turned yogi, Philip Goodwin, who founded BodyMindLife in 2003 and now lives in Byron Bay, believes the new location will enhance the community’s current yoga offering, creating beneficial diversity.
“We want to offer a beautiful sanctuary downtown, that is friendly, professional, transformative and accessible,” says Goodwin. “A quality experience, that sits within the Byron Bay way of doing things. We hope the community can come together here and feel like they can stay as long as they like.”
The new studio will offer yoga, reformer Pilates, teacher trainings and workshops, with classes and styles for all levels, including: dynamic Vinyasa flow for more advanced students, options for beginners to learn the basics, slow and mindful Yin classes, kids yoga, and prenatal and postnatal yoga.
The Pilates space comes equipped with state-of-the-art reformer machines and Goodwin has sought a line-up of expert, local and international teachers to lead classes. BodyMindLife is sure to complement and enrich the thriving wellness environment that already exists in Byron Bay with a beautiful, large scale yoga practice and strong ethos, in a sustainably built space that attracts a steady flow of teachers, students and visitors year-round.
“The practice is a path to better health, happiness and longevity.”
For more details, visit https://www.bodymindlife.com/