オーストラリア 自宅ヨガスタジオ

Yoga Class

Practice of basic asanas (poses) by focusing on the breath, creating alignment in your body and strengthening a balance between body and mind.  Class finishes with sound bath shavasana (resting pose) for a relaxation.  Props (yoga block, strap, cushion and bolster) are available to use to support your practice when needed.  Classes are beginner friendly and small size with individual attention.

TuesdayWednesday 18:00-19:00


  • Casual $22.50
  • 5 class pass (valid for 10 weeks) $95 – payment by bank transfer

*Class Passes cannot be refunded or transferred to others.

Please bring your own mat (other props such as blocks, blankets and bolsters are available to use).

Schedule Appointment

Singing Ring® Group Sound Bath

Sound Bathing Bray Park

What is Singing Ring®︎?

For those who needs some relaxation during the week…

We start the session with gentle stretches (neck, shoulder and back).  Then you are lying down, surrounded by the sound dome, listening the sound and feeling the vibration of Singing Ring® bowls (the bowl is placed on your back/front body) .

All props (mats, blankets, bolsters, cushions and eye pillows) are provided, just bring yourself.

June Schedule :

Saturday, 10th

Tuesday, 20th
Wednesday, 21st

Fee: $25.00 

Book for Sound Bath

If you would like to have a private group session (with your friends or family, up to 5 people), please feel free to contact me.

Singing Ring® is a a crystal infused musical/healing instrument born in Japan. It contains wide range of Harmonic Overtones (from infrasound to ultrasound).  By attaching a suction cap to the bowl, it can be played on your body and you can feel the sound and vibration directly.

More information abut Singing Ring®
(Sion Inc Website)

Harmonic Sound Lymphatic Drainage

Singing Ring® Sound Therapy

What is Singing Ring®︎?

This is an individual session using five Singing Ring® bowls – one above the head, two next to ears, one between the feet and one with a suction cap on your body.

The session combined with Ayurveda and Aromatherapy to help you to balance your five senses.  The session has three types as follows:

・Forest sound session for Vata people to slow down and relax deeply
・Water sound session for Pitta people to cool down and feel serenity
・Wind sound session for Kapha people to refresh and feel your body lighter

We will find which type is right for you during the short consultation at the beginning.

90 minutes session includes a consultation, whole body therapy (back & front) on the massage table and refreshments (original blend herbal tea) at the end.

Booking by appointment (except Wednesdays)
Fee: $120 (Gift Voucher is available)

Schedule Appointment

Sound Bath Restorative Yoga with Singing Ring®

Currently taking bookings for private group sessions only (max 3 people).

Sound Bath Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga, sometimes called “Active Relaxation”, is a very gentle and passive yoga practice. With a completely supportive environment (your body is supported by props such as bolsters, blankets and chair etc.) you hold each pose for a long period of time with ease and comfort. Restorative yoga allows you to relax more deeply and gives you permission to rest.

Some benefits of restorative yoga

– Balance your nervous system
– Quiet your mind
– Helps mental imbalances such as depression and anxiety
– Stimulates and soothes the organs
– Alter hormone levels

Singing Ring® is played and placed on your body while you are in restorative poses which helps you to relax deeply.

Refreshments are provided after the session.

About Myself


I met yoga when I needed to balance my busy full-time working life in Australia and Japan. Initially falling in love with the physical aspects of the practice, yoga has become something deeper for me.  Although I took some time-off from the practice in between, gradually I was drawn further into it which led me to undertake the first teacher training.

Since then, I have been teaching yoga after being in the corporate world over 10+ years which was life-changing choice for me. I continue to learn and explore yoga (asana and philosophy) as I believe being a student is fundamental to teach.

Yoga has been a wonderful tool for me to find myself and cherish the present moment – to learn to simply ‘be’ without the need to constantly achieve.  I enjoy sharing my love of yoga with others and hope everyone will find the beauty of yoga.

See you on the mat 🙂

Kayoko Yoshida

Completed training

Yoga Alliance Certified 500-hour Yoga Teacher Training
Restorative Yoga Teacher Training by Lizzie Lasater
Yoga for Older Grownups by Maria Kirsten