Yoga for a Change at Botanic Gardens Bandstand

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Yoga for a Change at Botanic Gardens Bandstand

Yoga for a Change is a weekly charity yoga class at the Botanic Gardens Bandstand Lawn, every Tuesday & Friday 9-10am

When and where

Date and time

Location

Singapore Botanic Gardens Bandstand 6 Cluny Road Singapore, 259573 Singapore

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

Every Tursday & Friday, 9-10am, at the Botanic Gardens Bandstand, maximum 10 students. More info about Yoga for a Change: https://linktr.ee/yogaforachange

Please take note...

- This is a ticketed class where 100% of the proceeds go to charity, we donate the weekly proceeds of ticket sales to our campaign page here:

- The class will take place at lawn by the Bandstand. Please see a screenshot of the Google Maps location belowhttps://goo.gl/maps/bnmr5EUrCFbysWWJ)

- If you come by taxi/Grab, a good landmark as reference point for drop off is the Botany Centre Tanglin Gate, and continue towards the Bandstand. The nearest MRT station is the newly opened Napier MRT.

- Bring your own mat, small towel (you might get sweaty!), mosquito repellent and sunscreen

- Because of all of the above, please aim to arrive 10-15 min early if possible 🙂

- Class will be cancelled in case of rain, an email or WhatsApp would be sent to you at least one hour prior to class

By signing up for Yoga for a Change classes, it is taken that you have understood and accepted the terms in the release and waiver of liability here: https://tinyurl.com/yfacwaiver

About the teachers:

Marie-Pier

Marie is a Vinyasa and Yin yoga teacher since 2019. She completed a prenatal and post-partum certification in 2020, after experiencing motherhood for the first time. In her classes, Marie put the focus on the mind and body connection in order for the students to feel balanced.

Jaana

Jaana has been practising yoga on and off since 2010. She received her training in Classical Hatha Yoga. Bringing feminine softness to structured practice, her classes focus on slowing the breath, relaxing the body and calming the mind.

Jaana continues to deepen her knowledge in yoga and other body modalities, with particular interest in women’s health. She has been living in Singapore since 2016 and is a mother of 2 young girls.

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