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The Building

Located at 394 George St, Windsor NSW and within a short stroll from Windsor Station, the studio is easy to get to. There is always plenty of street parking too!

The building is heritage listed and has many stories held inside.

Originally a general store known by the name Glasgow House built by George Robertson in 1896 which sold a wide variety of merchandise including Christmas cards, toys, ribbons and lace, gloves, corsets, dress making fabric, men and boys clothing, shirts and tweed trousers. Robertson also had a stonemason's yard at the rear of the site and employed Irish stone carver John Charles O'Kelly who crafted the building's ornate allegorical stonework. The work of this firm of monumental masons may also be seen in many local cemeteries. 

The premises features a sandstone facade with carvings of figures over the entrance representing trade and industry which are still in good repair today.

The sides of the building have stone pillars with ivy leaves carved within. 


I have thoroughly enjoyed my yoga sessions with Kylie! She is a warm, kind hearted and professional teacher. The setting is calming and relaxing and each session is varied and well designed. I have experienced improved flexibility, range of movement and increasing calmness in myself. I look forward to my class every week!
- M. Johnson

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