Sunday, 17 December 2017

Johnny's Annual Holiday Yoga

Johnny Batchelor's HOLIDAY YOGA has been running every summer since 2003 and will begin again this year on Boxing Day and run EVERYDAY, including public holidays and weekends, until January 16 at the Moore Street Yoga Room, with classes at 9:30am and 7:30am. You can just turn up: no need to book.

The 9:30am - 11:00am class is for EVERYONE, whether you are beginning yoga for the first time, getting back to it, or keeping on. The class is fun and varied and will suit the relaxed holiday mood. It's a great class to bring your family and friends to. The class will adapt to suit the weather and, if it gets really hot outside, we can use a little air-conditioning. It is a good idea to arrive 5 or ten minutes early to take your place in the room.


The 7:30am - 9:00am class will suit sudents with at least 1 year of yoga experience and who have no significant injuries or impediments. It will be a led class ie: the class is led from the front and instructions will be given, but there will also be opportunity to explore the finer things at your own level. If you are not sure if the led-class will suit you, please ask Johnny.

Classes can be attended casually for $20-/class ($17-/concession). Or you can buy bonus packs: 10 classes for $140- or 5 classes for $80- (the 5 class pack needs to be used within the Holiday Yoga schedule). In addition, for the 7:30am led-class only: a season pass can be purchased for $220-.

Johnny's usual timetable will recommence in 2018 on January 17.

I hope you have a great summer.

For more information, please contact Johnny on 0415 344 722.

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