For a truly unique yoga experience, book in to one of the Spilled the Beans Yoga Boat classes.

Yoga is a great way to promote physical and mental health and wellbeing, helping to keep the body flexible and the mind calm. Embark on a gentle boat ride to Packsaddle Lagoon for a unique yoga class hosted by Wendy Jones. Let her awaken your sense of harmony, and shed the stresses of daily life.

After the class, enjoy a healthy breakfast as you journey back across Lake Kununurra, courtesy of Kununurra Cruises.

Wendy Jones is a yoga teacher trained in the tradition of Krishnamacharya, a tradition that respects the capabilities of each individual and focuses on the breath, Postures are modified to suit individual needs, ensuring your body is comfortable at all times.

Getting There

The Spilled the Beans Yoga Boat departs from the Triple J Tours Marina. If you’re coming from town heading west on Victoria Hwy, turn left on to Millington Drive, heading towards Swim Beach. Then take a left on to the gravel road and look for the big orange boats. Parking is available outside the marina on the grassed area.

Dietary Requirements & Injury/Special Needs

If you have any dietary requirements, an injury, or special needs, please advise at the time of booking, we will do our best to accommodate you. Also speak to the yoga instructor before starting the class, Wendy will do her best to make you feel comfortable and at ease.


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