“Yoga takes you into the present
moment, the only place where life
exists.” – Patanjali

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STUDIO

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We are a community-driven yoga studio, celebrating movement, connection and sustainability.

We aim to help you develop a healthy mind/body connection, through your own spiritual process and elevate your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

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We encourage the experience of yoga to be holistic, ensuring benefits both on and off the mat.

With a regular practice, you’ll notice a positive shift in many aspects of your life. Whether you’re attending your very first yoga class or are an experienced yogi, at Wild you’ll discover a welcoming community of like-minded individuals. While we care about your health and wellbeing, we also care about the planet.

We’re committed to supporting a healthy and sustainable studio environment. Wherever we can, we use natural, locally sourced materials and props, and support local initiatives and sustainable businesses.

Every decision we make has your health, and the environment, in mind. We look forward to welcoming you to Wild.

While our approach is grounded in traditional lineages of yoga, we integrate modern, scientific research to optimise and foster self-connectivity. We’re committed to supporting a healthy and sustainable studio environment. Wherever we can, we use natural, locally sourced materials and props, and support local initiatives and sustainable businesses. Every decision we make has your health, and the environment, in mind. We look forward to welcoming you to Wild.
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Julieanne

Julieanne's classes are suitable for any level of experience. She is passionate about encouraging students to love and look after themselves. Really ensuring that everybody can feel comfortable to explore their own practice, no matter what age, flexibility, or fitness level.
After teaching fast paced flows for years, Julieanne found Yin yoga and fell in love. She now incorporates Yin elements to her classes whenever she can.
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Matty

Exploring the balance between strength, stability, ease and grace, Matt’s flowing sequences will motivate you to discover greater freedom and growth in your yoga practice.
As a strength and conditioning coach, Matt started yoga in 2013 to learn more about mobility. Combining yoga with weightlifting, powerlifting, crossfit and gymnastics he swiftly experienced yoga's ability to enhance sporting performance, provide mental clarity and reduce predisposition to injury.
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Mel

Mel loves connections, transitions and trying to explore the full range of human experience. Her classes are always authentic, often energetic and typically a bit playful. She loves teaching creative sequencing and shares inspiration to deepen personal practice, while keeping her classes relatable.
For Mel yoga is about finding freedom in every sense of the word. She connects the importance of perspective and gratitude throughout her teaching and LOVES a good chat about energy or nervous system regulation.
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Katie

Katie ‘Durga’ is a champion of rest, of bringing peace through the more subtle practices of meditation, mantra, restorative yoga, yin yoga and Himalayan kundalini yoga. India has been her greatest influence in her yoga teaching and where she first practiced yoga over 25 years ago.
Katie also teaches pre and postnatal women, as well as helping women with breast cancer navigate their journeys with yoga and meditation.
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Shan

Shannon is a qualified vinyasa, hatha and yin yoga teacher and Ayurvedic health coach. Her classes reflect these multiple influences and traditions and are accessible for beginners through to experienced practitioners.
Through clear guidance of alignment, breathwork and energetics, Shannon creates a space for students to observe and learn about themselves, find steadiness and ease, and to embrace change and transformation.
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Jenni

Jenni wants to share the benefits of yoga with others through connecting on and off the mat. Yoga is much more than an asana practice but what we learn through asana is so meaningful and it can be projected in to all aspects of our lives.
Jenni likes to teach a strong class but always offers ways to modify so that every practice is driven by how you feel in the moment. You are your own teacher, she is simply here to guide you.
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Camille

Camille likes to think of her classes as being simple, light-hearted, balanced, and breath centred. She makes a point of making yoga accessible for all by always providing options and modifications. The pace she likes to share is a gentle flow combined with some longer holds of postures. Her aim is to have you feeling present and connected to your body.
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Kate

Kate's classes are flowing, challenging, fun and relaxed.
With lots of options on offer and absolutely no expectations, Kate invites you to leave your ego at the door and discover the wonder of the present moment.
Simply roll out your mat and see what happens... and always remember to bring a smile.
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Beth

Beth is an all types of movement lover, passionate about building strong bodies and healthy minds. You can expect Beth’s yoga classes to be strong, creative, flowing, and ALWAYS focussed on matching breath with movement. She encourages students to explore being grounded, present and content while practicing yoga with the hope these states of mind will seep into their everyday lives.
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Alex

Alex’s classes are alignment focussed, progressive and adaptable with a down-to-earth atmosphere. It’s a place for you to relax, stretch out and get a little sweaty.
Through yoga she aims to help you improve your physical strength, awareness and mobility, and to learn to find stillness inside and out - even during dynamic movement and intense physical experiences. Students often say they find her classes to be grounding, energising, challenging, inclusive, and judgement-free.
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Han

Empowered by a lifetime of exploring movement, Han provides a compassionate and nurturing environment where people can find their groove both physically and mentally. Trained and certified as a vinyasa, restorative, trauma informed, pre and postnatal yoga teacher and Pilates, barre, mobility and dance teacher, she endeavours to share her immense love of teaching and learning with the community.
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Muriel

Muriel is a passionate yogi who practices daily gratitude. Summing her up in words is challenging, but a few that describe her well are; grounded, playful, caring, loving and wise. She is an experienced teacher who consistently helps students dive deep and discover their true nature. Muriel enjoys teaching a mix of different styles, but especially enjoys teaching Yin yoga for the silence and stillness, and Vinyasa yoga for the lightness and freedom regular practice offers.
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Marcus

Marcus first began yoga after retiring from competitive cycling, and after a number of years of not much exercise, he was introduced to yoga by his wife and a work colleague – He soon learnt that yoga was nothing like the free yoga DVD that he got with a newspaper 10 years ago!
He became really interested in the physicality of yoga and channels of energy through the body, and after several years of in-studio practice, took the plunge and became a yoga instructor.
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Ameila

Amelia loves teaching beginners, or people who think Yoga isn’t for them because they aren’t flexible enough or chill enough. Yoga is for absolutely everyone, especially those with limited mobility and a busy mind. She loves creating a space that is welcoming and inclusive for every body and soul that enters the room.
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Adam

For Adam Yoga is an internal journey of self discovery and a vessel for self awareness and compassion. Bringing a mindset of softening, ease, lightness and sensitivity to our practice, we can find strength, mobility, natural movement and clarity of mind. He would love to guide you on a journey exploring the mind/body/breath connection.
Our classes explore human experience with movement and incorporate breath techniques to support your individual goals – whether they are lifestyle, wellness or performance based.

We encourage the experience of yoga to be holistic, ensuring benefits both on and off the mat. With a regular practice, you’ll notice a positive shift in many aspects of your life.

Whether you’re attending your very first yoga class or are an experienced yogi, at Wild you’ll discover a welcoming community of like-minded individuals.

Wild flow

Our flow class is structured around vinyasa sequencing and is considered a medium/high intensity class. Focusing equally on philosophy, mobility and strengthening, this class encourages a powerful connection between breath and movement. Each class is sequenced differently depending on the teacher, however, will typically be energetic, flowing and constantly drawing upon the mind-body-breath connection. Energising and connecting, Wild Flow feels like a moving meditation.

Wild explore

A little wilder than our typical flow class. This is for yogis wanting to explore their personal practice and boundaries. An opportunity to dive deeper and play with advanced yoga concepts and challenging poses in a safe space. A slightly longer class offers more time to explore your practice in this fun and flowing class.

Wild tame

A little less wild than our flow class. Offering a slower vinyasa flow, ideal for those days when you want to slow it down and find balance. More focused on the yin-yang relationship, this class can still be strong and dynamic, but with a focus on unwinding and resetting the mind and body.

Wild emerge

Our foundational flow class is suitable to people new to yoga, or anyone wanting to explore the foundations of the practice. Similar to our wild flow, vinyasa sequencing supports students to find connection between breath and movement. With more emphasis on safe alignment and yogic philosophy, this is the perfect stepping stone towards our more dynamic classes.

Wild meditation

A guided experience exploring the different forms and pathways to meditation.

Wild earth

This is our slow and grounded class, featuring less poses and longer holds. Following a yin or restorative framework, our earth class is designed to balance and restore the body’s natural, healing ability. Floor poses are held for 4-8 minutes at a time, increasing flexibility and mobility, reducing stress and anxiety, and opening the fascia to promote circulation. Designed to help you slow down, this class is ideal for active people and suits all levels of experience.

Wild mumma

Our prenatal class for expectant mummas. This class is an opportunity for mummas to connect with their pregnancy journey and experience. Ideal for exploring a sense of surrender and strength, tapping into each expectant mother’s subconscious wisdom. Connecting with other women, this class offers a nourishing and therapeutic space to cultivate community and confidence.
Stabilising poses and breath techniques support the entire pregnancy journey, all the way through to birth and beyond.

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Wild Cubs

Our Postnatal class supports postpartum recovery and nurtures focus on connection and explores the physical and emotional challenges of becoming a mother. Celebrating your body’s incredible journey, we offer a safe and nurturing environment to relax and recharge. All babies welcome.

Wild Flow

Our flow class is structured around vinyasa sequencing and is considered a medium/high intensity class. Focusing equally on philosophy, mobility and strengthening, this class encourages a powerful connection between breath and movement. Each class is sequenced differently depending on the teacher, however, will typically be energetic, flowing and constantly drawing upon the mind-body-breath connection. Energising and connecting, Wild Flow feels like a moving meditation.

Wild Explore

A little wilder than our typical flow class. This is for yogis wanting to explore their personal practice and boundaries. An opportunity to dive deeper and play with advanced yoga concepts and challenging poses in a safe space. A slightly longer class offers more time to explore your practice in this fun and flowing class.

Wild Tame

A little less wild than our flow class. Offering a slower vinyasa flow, ideal for those days when you want to slow it down and find balance. More focused on the yin-yang relationship, this class is strong and dynamic, focusing on unwinding and resetting the mind and body.

Wild emerge

Our foundational flow class is suitable to people new to yoga, or anyone wanting to explore the foundations of the practice. Similar to our wild flow, vinyasa sequencing supports students to find connection between breath and movement. With more emphasis on safe alignment and yogic philosophy, this is the perfect stepping stone towards our more dynamic classes.

Wild meditation

A guided experience exploring the different forms and pathways to meditation.

Wild earth

This is our slow and grounded class, featuring less poses and longer holds. Following a yin or restorative framework, our earth class is designed to balance and restore the body’s natural, healing ability. Floor poses are held for 4-8 minutes at a time, increasing flexibility and mobility, reducing stress and anxiety, and opening the facia to promote circulation. Designed to help you slow down, this class is ideal for active people and suits all levels of experience.

Wild mumma

Our prenatal class for expectant mummas. This class is an opportunity for mummas to connect with their pregnancy journey and experience. Ideal for exploring a sense of surrender and strength, tapping into each expectant mother’s subconscious wisdom. Connecting with other women, this class offers a nourishing and therapeutic space to cultivate community and confidence.
Stabilising poses and breath techniques support the entire pregnancy journey, all the way through to birth and beyond.

yoga-cubs

Wild Cubs

Our Postnatal class supports postpartum recovery and nurtures focus on connection and explore the physical and emotional challenges of becoming a mother. Celebrating your body’s incredible journey, we offer a safe and nurturing environment to relax and recharge the delicate transition to motherhood. These classes.

Wild flow

Our flow class is structured around vinyasa sequencing and is considered a medium/high intensity class. Focusing equally on philosophy, mobility and strengthening, this class encourages a powerful connection between breath and movement. Each class is sequenced differently depending on the teacher, however, will typically be energetic, flowing and constantly drawing upon the mind-body-breath connection. Energising and connecting, Wild Flow feels like a moving meditation.

Wild explore

A little wilder than our typical flow class. This is for yogis wanting to explore their personal practice and boundaries. An opportunity to dive deeper and play with advanced yoga concepts and challenging poses in a safe space. A slightly longer class offers more time to explore your practice in this fun and flowing class.

Wild tame

A little less wild than our flow class. Offering a slower vinyasa flow, ideal for those days when you want to slow it down and find balance. More focused on the yin-yang relationship, this class can still be strong and dynamic, but the focus is to unwind and reset the mind and body.

Wild emerge

Our foundational flow class is suitable to people new to yoga, or anyone wanting to explore the foundations of the practice. Similar to our wild flow, vinyasa sequencing supports students to find connection between breath and movement. With more emphasis on safe alignment and yogic philosophy, this is the perfect stepping stone towards our more dynamic classes.

Wild meditation

A guided experience exploring the different forms and pathways to meditation.

Wild earth

This is our slow and grounded class, featuring less poses and longer holds. Following a yin or restorative framework, our earth class is designed to balance and restore the body’s natural, healing ability. Floor poses are held for 4-8 minutes at a time, increasing flexibility and mobility, reducing stress and anxiety, and opening the fascia to promote circulation. Designed to help you slow down, this class is ideal for active people and suits all levels of experience.

Wild mumma

Our prenatal class for expectant mummas. This class is an opportunity for mummas to connect with their pregnancy journey and experience. Ideal for exploring a sense of surrender and strength, tapping into each expectant mother’s subconscious wisdom. Connecting with other women, this class offers a nourishing and therapeutic space to cultivate community and confidence.
Stabilising poses and breath techniques support the entire pregnancy journey, all the way through to birth and beyond.

Wild Cubs

Our Postnatal class supports postpartum recovery and nurtures focus on connection and explores the physical and emotional challenges of becoming a mother. Celebrating your body’s incredible journey, we offer a safe and nurturing environment to relax and recharge. All babies welcome.

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Winter Handstand Workshop

We are excited to team up with Local Yoga Project for our new ‘Inversion Excursion’ handstand course to raise funds for @dvcsact. Weekly classes will run for ten weeks starting Saturday July 24 at 10:30am (limited spaces - rego link in timetable)

This course is perfect if you’re brand new (we’ll use the wall…) and great for experienced practitioners looking to better understand how to add handstands into their practice. The course consists of a weekly 1hr class followed by a 30min open studio to work on technique. Price includes tailored home work, online classes and tutorial material to provide a consistent pathway for improvement at home.

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3L5A0066

25 Dundas Court , Phillip ACT

Every decision we make has your health, and the environment, in mind.

We look forward to welcoming you to Wild.