Yoga for a Change at Botanic Gardens

Yoga for a Change at Botanic Gardens

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Eco Garden Walk at Botanic Gardens

Eco Garden Walk

Singapore, 259772


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Yoga for a Change is a weekly charity yoga class at Eco Garden Walk (Botanic Gardens), every Friday 8-9am.

About this event

Every Friday, 8-9am, Eco Garden Walk at Botanic Gardens, maximum 10 students. More info about Yoga for a Change:

Please take note...

- This is a ticketed class where 100% of the proceeds go to LOVE, NILA, the charity we support from July to Sept 2022, we donate the weekly proceeds of ticket sales to our campaign page here:

- The class will take place at Eco Garden Walk: the nice space east of the Singapore Botanic Gardens Eco Lake. Please see a screenshot of the Google Maps location below ( ; 1°19'19.0"N 103°48'57.7"E)

- If you come by taxi/Grab, a good landmark as reference point for drop off is the Botanic Gardens MRT station, then enter the garden through Bukit Timah Gate, and continue towards the Bukit Timah Visitor Services Counter / Eco Lake

- 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:

About the teachers:


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 received her training in Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga at S-Vyasa Singapore, combining the traditional and scientific approaches to yoga. A typical class begins by loosening and warming up to build up to asana practice. Asanas are held for long periods of time and great attention is placed on relaxation. The goal of the practice is to slow down the breath, relax the body and calm the mind. Jaana continues to deepen her knowledge in yoga studies and is currently pursuing courses in yoga therapy. She has been in Singapore for 6 years and is a mother of 2 young girls.

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