Niyama Wellness Sanctuary located at 21/33 Cross Rd, Orchard Hills NSW 2748, Australia

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Tammy Alilovic

5 Google Rating

I’ve been going to Niyama for a long time now and absolutely love it! All the girls are friendly a

5/ 5

I’ve been going to Niyama for a long time now and absolutely love it! All the girls are friendly and helpful. The infrared sauna I use regularly to detox and I love it! Colonics by Julie are great, she makes you feel very comfortable, she is a very knowledgeable practitioner and knows her stuff! Today I tried their new float tanks and it was amazing, worth every penny! I highly recommend Niyama for all your wellness needs!

Sue Cartwright

5 Google Rating

Felt welcomed and cared for. Amy my therapist was educated and informative. I bought a package and a

5/ 5

Felt welcomed and cared for. Amy my therapist was educated and informative. I bought a package and am looking forward to being a frequent visitor.

Renee Elhen

5 Google Rating

Incredible staff, extremely caring and patient. Will always come here even from a far distance! Cann

5/ 5

Incredible staff, extremely caring and patient. Will always come here even from a far distance! Cannot be compared! 💥🤍

Causeandcreate Sydney

5 Google Rating

My experience here was epic! I had 3 colonics in a week for a treatment I was doing. This meant I ha

5/ 5

My experience here was epic! I had 3 colonics in a week for a treatment I was doing. This meant I had 3 different therapists, and they were all uniquely amazing! I learnt loads from each of them, they were all kind, gentle, welcoming even at the end of the day (all my appointments were at 8pm). I would highly recommend Niyama Wellness Sanctuary for colonics. The premises are immaculate too!

hannah wang

5 Google Rating

Julie is a super knowledgeable practitioner and the place has been built out with a lot of care and

5/ 5

Julie is a super knowledgeable practitioner and the place has been built out with a lot of care and thought. Highly recommended!!

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  • Saturday12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Sunday09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Monday09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Tuesday09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Wednesday09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Thursday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Friday08:00 AM - 02:00 PM
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