This week’s find admittedly falls a little outside of the conventional interior topics we normally tend to cover off here at RJL…BUT I am sure you will agree this one was too good not to share! I bring you Light Space Yoga, one of the most beautiful and serene yoga retreats designed in collaboration with our very clever friends from Sage x Clare who organized the fit out from top to bottom.
Created by mother daughter team, Susan and Clare, Light Space Yoga is inspired by a fresh and contemporary approach to yoga. With two light filled studios to choose from (Balwyn and Mitcham- the latter with uninterrupted views all the way out to the Dandenong’s-sigh!), now may be the time to sign up for your first class!
They offer Vinyasa Flow, Slow Flow, Basics and Yin Yoga as well as Prenatal and Mums and bubs classes. All bases are covered there folks- and whether you are a beginner or advanced, they will cater for your level of expertise.
But let’s talk about the environment in which you can learn to become a world- class yogi for a moment, shall we?
We are talking handwoven blankets and block printed bolsters and eye pillows –ultra special and luxurious! Add into the mix bespoke plywood furniture with white bamboo floorboards, alongside a commissioned wallpaper mural taken from our magical coastline, and then top it off with a jungle of plants sure to top up your oxygen levels, and a commissioned rope screen and pod baskets (by the master of all things rope, Smalltown)- and you have HEAVEN ON A YOGA MAT. The best part is you can even take some of it home with you, as the bolsters and eye pillows are sold on site.
This a sanctuary that you will want to call home- a place that will completely relax and calm your senses from the moment you walk in!
SIGN ME UP!
By Julia Green, Greenhouse Interiors, Contributing Interiors Editor
lightspaceyoga.com.au 03 9857 3644
fit out: sageandclare.com
Styling: Phoebe Bell www.sageandclare.com
Monsteria print wallpaper: Rebel walls
Plants: Loose Leaf
Large coastal wall mural- photography by Chris Bagot – http://www.chrisbagot.com
Rope Wall: Smalltown www.smalltown.com.au