Moksha Yoga Prices

Class Type Per Person Cost Per Class/Month Duration
Casual Pass
Drop in $20 1 class
Drop in concession $15 1 class
7 Day Intro Pass* $20 7 days
Block Pass
Block of 5 classes $95 $19 per class 3 months
Block of 10 classes $170 $17 per class 6 months
Block of 20 classes $295 $14.75 per class 6 months
Family Pass**
Block of 10 classes $170 $17 per class 6 months
Block of 20 classes $295 $14.75 per class 6 months
1 Month Intro Unlimited* $89 $89 per month 1 month
Monthly Unlimited Pass $180 $180 per month 1 month
3 Months Unlimited Pass $440 $146.66 per month 3 months
6 Months Unlimited Pass $730 $121.66 per month 6 months
Monthly Unlimited Pass (x12 Monthly Direct Debit) $1440 $120 per month 12 months
12 Month Unlimited Pass (upfront payment) $1300 $108.33 per month 12 months
Private Yoga Class
Casual Private Class $90 1 class
Block of 5 Private Classes $410 $82 per class 2 months
Block of 10 Private Classes $799 $79.90 per class 3 months

Concessions available on all of the above.

Moksha Yoga Short Courses
Introduction to Yoga Beginners Course $145 ($165 inc mat) 5 weeks
Mums & Bubs Yoga Course $165 ($148.50 early bird) School Term
Children’s Yoga Course $130 ($117 early bird) School Term
Teenage Yoga & Meditation Course $130 ($117 early bird) School Term

Your Private Health Fund provider may rebate you for Yoga Classes.

Towels, Mat and Water available for hire at the studio

Strictly no returns, transfers or extensions. Please see Terms and Conditions for more information

*This offer applies to new Moksha students only. Offer is also valid for new students after using 7 day Intro Pass

**Family Passes are for up to 4 family members on one pass at any one time.

“Storage of yoga mats at the studio for 6 and 12 month members only

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