Spring Yoga Day is a wonderful opportunity to sample the best of yoga, with a thoughtfully curated event schedule showcasing the wonderful practices, tools and philosophy that yoga inspires us with.
Spring Yoga Day is the perfect chance to explore what we do at Uprising Yoga, as well as find the perfect class, style and teacher to suit you.
Regardless of your experience, we’ll have something for you at Spring Yoga Day. Our aim is to support your health and wellbeing by helping you incorporate some of the tools of yoga in your life.
All classes on the day are free for all Uprising members. And for non-members it’s just $10 per class. We’d love to see as many people as possible join us. So spread the word, and bring your friends and family along to a class too!
Classes run from 7:00am – 8:00pm.
When booking online, scroll forward on the timetable to Sunday 5 November, and you’ll see Spring Yoga Day classes listed there.
So join us on Spring Yoga Day 2023 to experience the benefits of yoga and mindfulness!
Spring Yoga Day Schedule
These sessions are available booked on a first come, first served basis, with a maximum of 20 participants per class.
An extended, led class that allows for greater focus on different elements of the practice.
Hatha focuses on balancing our physical, mental and emotional well-being. A more traditional way of practising yoga.
Yoga Nidra, meaning ‘yogic sleep’, is a deeply restorative guided relaxation.
This is a flowing style of yoga where we connect to the breath and synchronise this with movement to foster a greater sense of focus and calm.
|2:00pm||Yoga for Climbers
A targeted exploration of a yoga aspect that will help climbers find more muscular balance, assist in recovery, and improve functional mobility.
|Mantra Laya / Chakra Pranayama
This sound mantra takes you to the most subtle realm of creativity. It awakens the Kundalini force that energises the whole creation.
|5:15pm||Spring Detox Flow and Stretch
A stimulating flow that includes twists, lateral side bends, forward folds, inversions, and balances – before working on longer, deeper twists helping to release toxins and stretch the muscles.
Satsang is all about delving into the ideas of yoga with the intent of shedding light onto what helps bring meaning and understanding to what we do. Grab a bolster and let’s see where this conversation takes us!