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Not just a yoga studio, The Collaborative Maroubra conspires with the best local talent, to create regular events focusing on creativity and self-expression, clarity and change, spirituality and self-care. Our desire is to bring people together, to connect with our community, ourselves and way beyond.
Join us today and feel the difference.
Memberships and pricing options
10 day Membership Trial
Finally ready to immerse yourself in the practice of yoga?
Then this unlimited 10 day membership trial is for you!
Explore all our classes, teachers and contagious vibe. We guarentee you won't ever want to live a life without yoga again!
* Created for newbies to our space & only available upon your first visit. This has no extra commitment, simply a 10 day trial.
$49 /10 DAYS
Just dropping by?
Then this one off class option is for you!
However if you're new to our studio, looking to immerse yourself in the yoga practice and want to join classes more then once, skip back to the 14 day trial.
$30 /Per visit
The most cost effectice way to practice regularly is to join The Collab tribe!
Our membership offers you over 23 classes per week, 1 free event per month and an invite into the kindest yogic tribe in the east.
If you're seeking real transformation throughout your body, mind and spirit. You just found it!
*$90pw for concessions & yoga teachers
$98 /PER FORTNIGHT
10 DAY MEMBERSHIP TRIAL
FINALLY READY TO IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE PRACTICE OF YOGA?&NBSP;
THEN THIS UNLIMITED 10&NBSP;DAY MEMBERSHIP TRIAL IS FOR YOU!
EXPLORE ALL OUR CLASSES, TEACHERS AND CONTAGIOUS VIBE.&NBSP;WE GUARENTEE YOU WON'T EVER WANT TO LIVE A LIFE WITHOUT YOGA AGAIN!&NBSP;
* CREATED FOR NEWBIES TO OUR SPACE & ONLY AVAILABLE UPON YOUR FIRST VISIT. THIS HAS NO EXTRA COMMITMENT, SIMPLY A 10 DAY TRIAL.
- ONLY $49
When we opened the Collab we did it like many other first time biz owners. On a wing & prayer, using every penny we had plus our parents (big bank of mum & dad)
I knew it was going to special and even if it took time to get it off the ground, it didn't matter because Neil was the ultimate secure back up support.
Lol. If only we knew what was about to go happen.
Following on from the blog HUMAN V NATURE.
How do we release the need to hold on? How do we allow ourselves to be moved by life? Even when it’s not what we hoped or planned.
I remember being sat around the table at my friends house. It was three days into Neil being in ICU. Life had become a bubble, a cocoon. Suddenly, everything become small, quiet and insular. It felt weird.
Ever hear the old ‘natures cycle’ talk in a yoga class? The idea that we should take cues from trees and rivers in learning how to live with grace through the seasons of our lives?
I’m sure you have. And I’m sure you probably rolled your eyes too. Sure, it might feel a bit floaty. Too 'obvious' or 'simple' for our complex lives. I mean what does a tree know about Vicky from accounts flirting with your husband?
But tbf, it's true.
Have you ever seen anything in nature resist, well, anything
We've all been there.
Arriving to a work conference, networking event or party where we don't really know anyone.
Our partner couldn't make it and the one person we actually know just can't be glued to us all night, despite our many silent pleas.
So here we are, clutching to our drinks for dear life, surrounded by people we don't know, so we talk about the weather (i mean thank god for the weather chat) and the people are nice but if we're honest, we wouldn't choose to spend the day, night or weekend with.
You've been there, right?
This is what comes up a lot when people think about coming on a yoga retreat, alone. The cringe worthy moments they've endured once or a 100 times (hand raises) during what it means to be a #adult.
There is a tendancy to go full steam ahead into the new year, but how can we move forward without looking back at where we have been? acknowledging what has brought us to the very place we now stand.
That why we've created our very own guided reflection for 2018, 13 questions that will prompt you to reflect & review all the feels from 2018 before pouring the juice into all you want from the brand spanking year of 2019!
Its hot topic at the moment isnt it, empowerment. Especially when it comes to women.I see everyday incredible stories of women reclaiming there power after having it stripped from them and equally incredible stories of more and more women using their exqusite power to bring everyone up with them. I think we can agree, that whilst there is still progress to be made it's an incredible time to be alive for all women.
However it's actually not the women i have popped into talk about, its the girls that are yet to become them.
When was the last time you had proper belly laughing fun?
You know the kind where you forget your life roles and the 'status' you're 'meant' to upkeep. You forget what you look like and you certainly transcend caring about what other people think (holy shit, that's a freeing thought) or being 'self conscious' in anyway about well, anything.
Can you remember?
I went to see my..
What if every time you looked tired, snapped at someone, or were simply behaving a little too much like a three year old, your boss, partner, friend, co-worker handed you a blanket, an eye mask and a timer and said “its time for your nap.” And for 10 – 20 minutes you went into a room, closed the door and lay down.
When i first opened the studio it took me a while to get comfortable with my new role as 'studio owner/yoga teacher. I was in a dilemma at how to merge these new titles with who i already was: A woman who liked drinking wine, dropping regular F bombs, listening to hip hop and wearing sassy clothes. I didn't want to suppress or abandon who i was and what i enjoyed but i also didn't know what it would mean about me if i didn't, was i not a proper yogi?
This year i set out on a quest to fully celebrate my joy, acknowledge my achievements and only follow the things that turned me on.
Sound like every other wanky yoga blog you have ever read? well i'm happy to tell you it's not.
Is the real key to 'looking good', being around people that make you 'feel good'?
However i don't see to much of this. I see people going gun ho for a short stint (ahem, hey new years resolutions) and then i see them self destruct for a good 3 months after. I've done it more times than i care to remember and now see the pattern play out around me all the time, we abandon self care, worth, things that really nourish us (not just make us look good) and start to unleash our mean girl/guy to f$!* up the Christmas party.
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