AN interior designer, former corporate worker and personal trainer have opened a new yoga studio in East Fremantle.
Natasha Liddell said she and fellow owners Chloe Hestelow and Ida Martin met during their yoga teaching training.
“Yoga was something we all practiced and loved,” she said.
“After our training we wanted to find a place together and timing worked out.
“Ida’s little girl just started primary school, I quite my corporate job so I had more time and Chloe was freelancing.
“All the paths led to us creating a space together, we have quite different styles which is good but the vision for the studio was similar.”
Miss Liddell said they were lucky to get a space in the Brush Factory for their new venture, Mudra Yoga.
“Our search for a space has been quite a journey,” she said.
“We wanted to keep it local, when we saw the downstairs basement it felt amazing.”
All three owners are yoga teachers who have done over 350 hours of training between them.
Miss Liddell said they all hope the studio could be a sanctuary.
“We hope all of the owners’ connections will be quite infectious,” she said.
“It’s not about the classes, we want people to make connections and find new friends.
“We to provide a place to relax, it doesn’t matter how flexible you are or what you want to provide.
“If you find us, yoga will find you.”
The studio will teach vinyasa yoga including mellow and power flows and looking to introduce a stretch and release class.
Mudra Yoga will open in the Brush Factory on June 22 and will have a full schedule of classes from June 23.