If you happened to be walking past Museum of Sydney at lunchtime yesterday you may have noticed a yoga class taking place on the grass.
As part of our Public Sydney forecourt experiment, we’ve invited yogi, Simone Skinner-Smith, to run lunchtime yoga workshops each Tuesday in June – and it’s free!
Simone teaches ‘Hatha’ yoga and has been practising yoga for over 11 years in all corners of the world including India, Bali, Mauritius, London and most recently in her home town of Sydney.
Sessions run from 12.15pm-1pm, with mats provided, so just turn up in your yoga clothes and join in.
Classes are limited to 15 people only so it’s first in, best dressed.
Some of our yoga experimenters yesterday said that the city location of this yoga class offers a unique experience, especially when reaching up to the towering buildings above!
Free yoga classes on the Museum of Sydney forecourt (First Government House Place)
Dates: Every Tuesday in June
Mats provided. Classes limited to 15 people on a first in, best dressed basis. Wear appropriate clothing for a yoga class. No yoga experience necessary. Classes are weather dependent and will not proceed in rainy weather.