“Feeling like I can climb a mountain” – ANZA Yogi
Everyday Yoga for Everyday People
Season 2: Monday, April 2 to Saturday, June 2
NEW CLASS ON TRIAL! FRIDAY 7.00 AM – 8.00 AM YANG YOGA, STARTS 4 MAY 2018 at Eco Lake.
For those who wish to take the strength and endurance in their yoga practice a step further. We tackle some of the great hatha traditions including 108 sun salutations, more advanced strength and flexibility poses, such as crow, 8 point side crow, bird of paradise, tripod and tripod egg. Just buy a 5 class pass and come along!
Season 3: Monday, June 18 to Saturday, August 18
About the ANZA Wandering Yogis
Kissing the ground with our feet, the ANZA Wandering Yogis draw from nature and yoga traditions to nourish the body and soul. Your personal retreat away from the demands of everyday life. We practice in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, 4 days a week, in the morning.
A style of yoga for all, 4 days a week in the mornings, different teachers. From a casual drop in to a season commitment, you will always be warmly welcomed. We operate on seasons, allowing you to plan your life.
All our yoga is conveniently located at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, near the Eco Lake. Proud to be part of ANZA Singapore, the Wandering Yogis bring together a diverse group of people reflecting the spirit of our Australian heritage.
“WHAT A WAY TO START THE DAY – THERE IS SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT THIS YOGA.”
– A VERY HAPPY ANZA WANDERING YOGI
The ANZA WanderingYogis also practice karma yoga – a large part of your class fee is donated to an ANZA endorsed charity every season. All cash payments at time of class are given to the Orangutan Project, a NFP dedicated to helping this now critically endangered species.
When, Where and How
Monday 8.30 – 9.45 am YIN/YANG
Wednesday 8.30 – 9.30am HATHA
Friday 8.00 – 9.15am YIN
Saturday 8.30 – 9.30am HATHA
Botanic Gardens Location
From the Botanic Gardens MRT, head towards the banks of the Eco Lake.
About Our Teachers:
Lee is the founder teacher of the ANZA WanderingYogi community – see more at who am I?. She is part of a growing ANZA teacher community (meet the other ANZA WanderingYogi teachers), and we welcome any teacher in our ANZA community who would like to come share their knowledge and love of yoga. See you on the mat.