New Students to Moksha

New Student Promo

Any new student, who hasn’t been to the Moksha Studio before, receives a 7 day unlimited yoga pass* for only $20! Sign up to a class on our timetable here and get started.

*Unlimited Yoga Pass includes all Vinyasa Yoga, Beginners Vinyasa Yoga and Pre-Natal Yoga Classes. The Unlimited Yoga Pass does not include Tuesdays Meditation or Courses, these can be purchased separately.

Before You Arrive

It is important that you aim to not eat or drink (except water) two to three hours prior to each practice.

Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to stretch comfortably and that is not restrictive

Be sure to arrive 15-20 minutes before a class begins, so you can complete the Health and Assessment Form and sign in. You can also sign up and pay online before you get here by clicking here. Please note that the door to the studio is locked on time, to avoid running behind.

What to bring to class

  • a small towel
  • water
  • yoga mat

For Hire at the Studio

  • Yoga mats for $1
  • Small towels for $2

For Purchase at the Studio

  • Bottled water for $2
  • Yoga mats for $30
  • For more products head to the Moksha Store

Getting Here

Car Parking

Two and four hour parking from 8-6pm Monday – Saturday is available behind the Yoga studio and there are also 2 public bicycle racks directly outside the studio.

Public Transport

Train:  Bentleigh Station (Frankston Line) is a 3 minute walk from the studio.

Buses: As follows –

701 – Oakleigh – Bentleigh via Mackie Road and Brady Road.

703 – Middle Brighton – Blackburn via Bentleigh, Clayton and Monash University.

Where to find us

437A Centre Road, Bentleigh, 3204

(Access via Godfrey Street)

View Map here

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