What better way to start or end your weekend in a positive frame of mind than by attending the ULTIMATE yoga class surrounded by beautiful and serene sea creatures? This one-hour yoga session gives you the chance to take some time out, experience deep relaxation, and to create a sense of mental clarity ahead of the working week. Treat your mind, body and soul to this holistic and tranquil experience.
The Eat Less Plastic initiative joins forces with the SEA LIFE Trust to deliver a relaxing and restorative yoga session with acclaimed yoga instructor - Lauren James. Unwind and admire the beautiful sea creatures, all while learning more about conservation initiatives and ways that we can all help preserve the beautiful marine environment. All ticket proceeds are being donated to Eat Less Plastic and the SEA LIFE Trust.
Joining us on this occasion will be Magen Schifiliti, Eat Less Plastic Marine Biologist who is in NZ visiting from Hawaii, to share some ocean environmental education during the experience.
Guests are encouraged to arrive early - doors open at 5.30pm and close at 5.40pm. Please be prompt, as late arrivals may be turned away without a refund so as not to disrupt the class. Please show your confirmation ticket on arrival. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations, no shows or late arrivals.
All levels are welcome. Please bring your own yoga mat - fish themed leggings a plus! Space is limited, so please book early as we expect to reach capacity prior to class.
What to bring:
- Yoga mat
-Yoga props – block, bolster, pillows, strap – whatever you have access to that can also be shared with your neighbours
- Water bottle (water refill station nearby)
- Lots of energy
- Ticket confirmation
...and of course a smile!
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Terms and Conditions: by purchasing your ticket for the Yoga Under the Sea event you are hereby agreeing to have your image used in any photos/videos that may be taken during the event. These photos/videos may be used for promotional purposes by the Eat Less Plastic initiative, the Sea Life Trust and Sea Life Kelly Tarlton's.