Melbourne's One Hot Yoga Studio is a Simplistic Oasis

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Published: Oct 11, 2013 • References: & trendland
Yoga is a centuries-old method for rest, relaxation, medication and exercise; and the Robert Mill’s-designed One Hot Yoga Studio in Melbourne, Australia is the perfect refuge to conduct this long-standing spiritual practice.

Mills transformed a 1960s brick factory into a tranquil retreat equipped with radiant-heating concrete floors, an energy-efficient fresh-air system and a creamy white palette. Yoga aficionados will adore this minimalist meditation sanctuary.

If you’re ever in Melbourne and feel like cleansing your mind, soul and body, step into the Zen-like surroundings at the One Hot Yoga Studio. Mill’s studio is so well-designed, I wouldn’t be surprised if it inspired some first-time Yoga novices to venture in and try their hand at this ancient exercise. Stats for Serenely Homey Yoga Sanctuaries Trending: Older & Chilly
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