Welcome to Aloha Active Noosa!
Aloha Active is Noosa’s newest Yoga, Pilates and Massage centre located in the beautiful Noosa Blue Resort. Classes offered include; Bikram Hot Yoga, Hot Pilates (HIIT), Power Flow, Aloha Fusion, Long Slow & Deep, Yin Yoga and Ajna Light Meditation.
Creche is available Monday to Friday mornings for various classes. Visit the Creche page for more information.
Aloha HOT Deals
Aloha Ezi Pay Unlimited Class Pass $29/week
7 Class Holiday Pass $109
Includes mat and towel hire. Valid one week.
One Month Local's Intro Pass $49
One time offer available to Sunshine Coast residents only.
Our yoga and pilates classes are for EVERYBODY, regardless of age, body shape or state of health. Both HOT yoga and pilates and room temperature classes offered.
Daily yoga and pilates classes run in our two state-of-the art studios at Noosa Blue Resort. View the full class timetable now.
Aloha Active has two private massage rooms adjacent to the yoga and pilates studio. Range of massage treatments available, read more or call to make an appointment.
We run organised group retreats in Bali and Noosa as well as offering special holiday packages to DIY a Yoga Retreat in Noosa.
Yoga Dance otherwise known as Sacred Dance or Ecstatic Dance is said to encompass all movement that expresses or enhances spiritual experiences; and while these practices have long reigned supreme among religious and tribal communities it seemed as though the Western world had shied away from this form of dance, until now…read more
We are holding our very first Inferno Hot Pilates Retreat Challenge at the studio on the 27th and 28th of May 2017! Price is just $220 per person – don’t wait, book now!read more
We are excited to announce that from the start of May, we have added a new meditation class to our timetable at Aloha Active. Ajna Light Meditation is a relatively new form of meditation practice that uses, you guessed it, light to stimulate the pineal gland,...read more
The Spirit of Aloha
Aloha encompasses much more than a mere greeting. It’s true meaning is that of a presence of breath, our very life force. To say aloha is a way of sending and receiving positive energy, a way of living and treating each other with love, respect and understanding.