The class had a great flow and was at the right level for all the class participants thanks to the progressions and regressions offered by the coach throughout.
The studio itself was a also a highlight - the space was beautiful, with lots of warm, natural light creating a nice atmosphere.
What Our Evaluator Had To Say
“The instructor carefully and clearly explained the aims and goals of the class.”
“The coach was attentive and made sure the class was suitable for all levels.”
“The service before and after the class was great - the coach took care to answer our questions and show us around the club.”
What to Expect From A Soul Agenda Session
If you’re looking for a calming space in Sydney’s inner West to destress and train with a great community, Soul Agenda might be the perfect spot for you.
Soul Agenda is owned by Nell Wengert, who was one of the founding team at the studio, and offers a range of heated and non-heated classes such as Slow Flow, Yin (both heated) Mellow Flow and Soul Brothers (non-heated). They cater for all levels and have helped grown a vibrant community.
The Soul Brothers class “combines familiar exercises with yoga poses and breathing exercises” and is a class designed for men who don’t feel quite ready to join other classes. In addition, Soul Agenda offers a well-rounded Parents & Bubs program for parents who want to connect with their kids while getting their session in.
The Reception Service
Our pre-visit call to the club was delightful, with the operator offering a helpful and warm introduction to the concept.
On arrival, check-in duties were on our instructor, who welcomed us warmly and helped us feel comfortable and prepared for the class. After the session, they were confident talking through the package and membership options.
The Class Experience
Soul Agenda received The Fit Guide 4-Star Class Experience Award, making it one of Sydney’s stand-out offerings.
The class started well, with our instructor detailing what was coming up and what to expect. Poses were demonstrated clearly with options for beginners and more advanced participants.
The instructor had an abundance of positive energy and genuinely seemed to enjoy teaching the class.
The Equipment And Studio
The studio was minimalistic in design but featured decals on windows which enhanced the sense of brand. The equipment was high-quality.
The Facilities And Public Areas
Workout and shower towels were not provided. Lockers were provided with key locks. Free water refill stations were available.
The waiting area was notable in design and contained a good amount of seating. The club did not offer showers or toilets, however, clients could use toilets in the building that were located down the hallway. Whilst there wasn't a dedicated changing room, a curtained off changing area was available.
Digital And Technology
The booking process was easy and intuitive, with detailed communication sent by email. The website was attractive and easy to navigate.
Soul Agenda offers an introductory deal for first-time clients of three weeks of unlimited sessions for $39.
If you’re looking for a longer-term commitment, an unlimited membership is available for $138 a month, charged fortnightly.
Drop-in sessions are available at $28 per class, with smaller commitment packages also available, starting at a 10-pack for $220.
All prices are in Australian Dollars.