Garden cafe and yoga studio in Long Jetty
Head through the main drag of trendy Long Jetty and you’ll be captivated by a bright green mural featuring hibiscus flowers, a cheeky lorikeet, a serene Buddha, coastal motifs, and a smiling sun to brighten your day.
Introducing, the newly relaunched Modern Organic garden cafe and yoga studio, now lovingly named Komuniti.
This brand new identity is born from new owner Adam Bailey’s desire to provide the Central Coast with a home away from home and pays homage to his own life journey having spent many years as an expat in Southeast Asia.
“I want this place to make you feel like you belong to something from the moment you walk in, the way you’re greeted, the energy, the music, the vibe,” says Adam who took over the business in December 2022.
In six short months, Adam has put his stamp on the successful Long Jetty hangout including renovations, an expanded yoga timetable, new Pilates classes, additional instructors, a revised food menu (the crowd favourites are still there!), and new collaborations with local suppliers.
You’ll find Gosford local coffee from Legends Coffee Roasters, bread and treats from Burnt Honey Bakery, and eggs from The Food Farm. Adam has also collaborated with local artists to stamp their magic on the walls of Komuniti including Bella Rose and the iconic Brent ‘Biffy’ Smith.
Adam comes from a background living as an expat and working all over South East Asia in a fast-paced, travel-heavy, corporate environment with PAs and executive lounges. Through his own change in priorities and the discord of COVID, Komuniti is all about reconnecting.
“Komuniti is a home for a community of people (and fur babies) from all walks of life. I want the garden cafe to be a second home, a safe space, and a landing space.”
Through his own love of yoga, wellbeing, and self-development, all that Komuniti offers from the studio through to the kitchen is in support and enhancement of one another’s individual journeys.
“I love being able to help people, whether it be through coming to a yoga class, chilling in the garden, feeling good about the food you eat, or giving artists somewhere to express their work.”
If you’re not sure where to start, we recommend the famous Yin and Yang corn fritter and pancake combo, chia spiced porridge, fried chicken (or tofu) karaage burger, and a goodie from the cabinet of delicious treats.
Then grab an intro pass to get the full Komuniti experience through its vast range of 27 weekly yoga and pilates classes to suit any level.
The new vibe within the green walls of Komuniti is undeniably cool and welcoming; oozing relaxed positivity. One thing is for certain, Modern Organic has been passed into good hands with a big vision as Adam looks forward to collaborations with other small Central Coast businesses and a future of multiple new Komuniti locations.
Next time you are in Long Jetty drop in and become part of the Komuniti - it’s there for you.