Yoga for a Change at Marina Bay (Singapore River Cruise)

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Yoga for a Change at Marina Bay (Singapore River Cruise)

Yoga for a Change is a weekly charity yoga class at Marina Bay (Singapore River Cruise Terminal), every Wednesday 7-8pm

By Yoga for a Change

When and where

Date and time

November 17, 2021 · 7pm - June 28 · 8pm +08


Marina Bay Singapore River Cruise Terminal Singapore River Cruise Terminal Singapore, 018956 Singapore

Refund Policy

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

About this event

Every Wednesday, 7-8pm, Marina Bay Singapore River Cruise Terminal in front of MBS, maximum 20 students. More info about Yoga for a Change: (IG: @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 Marina Bay's Singapore River Cruise Terminal: the boardwalk space on the waterfront, at the Singapore River Cruise Terminal, nearby the MBS Shoppes South entrance. See screenshot of Google Map and photo of the exact venue below for reference.

- If you come by taxi/Grab, a good landmark as reference point for drop off is the MBS Shoppes South (Bayfront Link Entrance).

- Bring your own mat, water bottle, small towel (you might get sweaty!)

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

- If the class is cancelled because of heavy rain, an email or WhatsApp would be sent to you at least one hour prior to class; we use a sheltered area in case of light rain

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:

Marian (every Wednesday)

Marian is a 200hrs YTT certified yoga teacher, a Level 1 + 2 certified reiki and Level 1 singing bowl practitioner. Marian focuses on a holistic health lifestyle and adds elements of mind- and soulful living into her classes. Her dynamic yoga flows are suitable for all levels and targets the full body while incorporating mindful breathing and positive affirmations into the flow. Described by her students as: "Marian’s style of teaching is grounding, assertive and energetic. She teaches accessible classes with simple yet dynamic and creative sequences, guiding you to mindfully move freely".

Ashita Gogia

Ashita’s first real encounter with yoga was in 2017, at a yoga studio in Canada. After her first class, she was amazed by how calm and energized she could feel at the same time. As an Indian, she found it ironic that it took a journey halfway across the world to discover her passion for yoga. Since then, the curiosity has only cultivated further and led Ashita to complete her yoga teacher training certification in Vinyasa Flow in 2021. She now hopes to share the benefits of the practice that has been instrumental in shaping her life on and off the mat.

Cansu Kart

Cansu’s first encounter with yoga was in 2012 in a basketball field while she was a college student in Turkey. She still remembers that feeling of bliss on that day, which she had never felt before, while she was walking under the rain smiling and asking “what has just happened to me?!”. From that moment on, wherever she goes, yoga is part of her life. She has lived in Istanbul, Amsterdam, New York City and moved to Singapore 3 years ago. She decided to deepen her knowledge of yoga and wanted to share this feeling with the world and got her YTT in 2019. Her classes are easy to follow, grounding and give you a sense of ease and bliss.

About the organizer

Organized by
Yoga for a Change