Rise and Shine!
Start your weekend right with a bright and early morning flow every Saturday in Sydney’s Inner West. Whether you’re an avid yogi or simply yoga-curious, we’re inviting you to drop in and join us for our weekly Community Yoga Classes.
With only an 8 minutes walk from Stanmore station, you’ll find that cultivating your helpful habits for 2021 has never been more opportune.
Practices will be facilitated by yoga teacher Christine Chu, who is also in the final year of her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree. Supported by her knowledge of human physiology and anatomy, she’s inspired to help you steady the mind and unify movement with breath, through safe and functional practices.
When: 8:00am-9:00am Saturday (20th Saturday Session is 07:00 am to 08:00 am)
Please arrive at least 5-10 minutes early to settle. Late arrivals will not only affect your own practice but fellow students.
Location: International Institute of Art and Photography (12 Bridge Road, Stanmore 2048). Find us inside IIAP, right beside Surface Gallery on Bridge Road. We are a short 8 minute walk from Stanmore Station with ample street parking available.
What to bring:
We’ve equipped ourselves with yoga blocks, straps and additional mats, to support you in your practice. However, our mats are limited in numbers and we encourage you to bring along your own for practice as may not have enough mats to go around for all! Other items you may wish to bring: A water bottle, towel, warm smile and an open mind.
What to wear:
No fancy attire is required!
Comfortable and breathable garments that allow you to move freely is encouraged.
Pay by donation
Health and Safety:
If feeling unwell, please refrain from attending and be safe.
By signing up for this practice, you are 100% liable for any adverse impacts that arise during or after class, as we encourage you to practice at your own ability and take rests as needed. By signing up for practice, you declare that you ARE NOT pregnant, ARE NOT suffering from any medical condition, and have no physical injuries that may affect your ability to perform physical postures and breathing practices.