— Inside Gold Coast

 

12 reasons locals love Palm Beach

Found upstairs in a sunlit space oozing chill vibes is Ritual Yoga & Pilates. Owned by sisters Rose and Sophie, Ritual is only a couple of years old but has already become a favourite amongst both Palm Beach locals and those who reside in surrounding suburbs. The studio offers a jam-packed timetable of classes as well as specialty workshops and talks. If you’re in need of some rest and relaxation (or a solid sweat session), Ritual is calling your name. Click here to read the full article.

 

 
 
 

— The Urban List

 

The Best Yoga And Pilates Studios On The Gold Coast

Ritual Yoga is a Pinterest board of a studio, complete with wooden floorboards, dream-catchers, and—as their website puts it—“a great living space where you can enjoy free Wi-Fi and are welcome to sit, have a cup of tea and catch up with friends.” Averaging 10 classes per day with a room set up for Pilates Barre, this could very well be our favourite thing about Palm Beach (forgive us, Barefoot Barista!) Click here to read the full article.

 
 

 
 

— Australian Yoga Journal

 

Gold Coast: A Yogi’s Paradise

The Southern side of the Gold Coast almost feels like home. Sleepy towns dot the side of the highway after the NSW border, and not far from Coolangatta airport you’ll find some beautiful, quiet beaches like Snapper Rocks and Kirra. If you’re feeling some rainforest time, head twenty minutes west of the coast to the Currumbin rock pools and delight in this little pocket of heaven. Tallebudgera Valley is also a natural wonderland, with a wealth of yoga retreats to indulge in.

Palm Beach is home to some real yogi action. Ritual Yoga and Pilates’ young owners have created a youthful and modern vibe. Classes are supportive and inclusive and the timetable offers Yoga, Pilates, Barre and meditation. Click here to read the full article.