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Mud Hut Yoga – a “treasure” in country Victoria

on March 6, 2013

My beautiful friend, Jo, had told me about Hatha yoga classes she had been attending at Mud Hut Yoga, located in Rushworth, Victoria. I was intrigued by the name of the space – I knew it was located off the beaten track – and, the teacher sounded lovely. I added the Mud Hut onto my yoga “to do” list.

When I was planning my visit to Jo I timed my arrival so that I would to be able to attend a Tuesday (Feb 26) class at the Mud Hut. I was aware that mat space was at a premium, therefore a place was booked in advance.

Late Tuesday afternoon we set off from Jo’s house and collected Katrina en route – we travelled along unsealed roads – passing by fields filled with crops – or cleared fields with remnant stems glistening golden in the sunlight.

We pulled up outside the Mud Hut. I had expected to see – literally – a mud hut, however the venue was like a cottage that had been converted into a lovely yoga space. There was room for 10 mats, ie nine students + teacher. It was an intimate, inviting space. I felt most fortunate to have the opportunity to attend a class at the Mud Hut. It was perfect!


Sue Barlow, the teacher, was gorgeous and welcoming. The other students were also welcoming, and appeared interested to see a new face – albeit for only one lesson. The students had travelled from Corop and Colbinabbin. The sense of community was palpable.

Sue lead us through a lovely vinyasa practice. The highlight for me was being introduced to Tripod balance pose. Sue closed the session with guided relaxation. I felt as if I was walking on air 🙂

Many, many thanks to Jo, Sue, and all of the Mud Hut students.



3 responses to “Mud Hut Yoga – a “treasure” in country Victoria

  1. Lakshmi Loves To Shop says:

    I love the purple/aubergine coloured mud hut. I painted my sheds this colour 🙂

  2. […] second visit to Mud Hut Studio (MH) was made one year after my first visit. As on the first occasion, I attended class with my friend Jo who lives in the general vicinity of […]

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