Monthly Archives: September 2020

Yoga for Kids at the Flour Mill

Your awesome B.I.G. spirit is continuing to make the Flour Mill a special community with a new opportunity for a yoga for kids class! Classes kick off on your doorstep at Harvest Park this Sunday for just a gold coin donation!

Where

Under the trees at Harvest Park

When

Sunday, 4 October 2020
• 9:30am – 10:15am
• 11:00am – 11:45am

Come Early

Maximum of 10 children per session. First come, first served. Classes ask for a gold coin donation.

What to Bring

Children should wear comfy clothes that are easy to move in. BYO mat if you like (but mats and props will be provided).

Why Should Kids Do Yoga?

Kids yoga classes are not only a fun way to build the physical strength for health and wellbeing but aim to improve focus and concentration, develop problem-solving skills, relieve anxiety and worry, decrease incidences of challenging behaviour and improve compassion towards self and others. These classes are also held outside so it’s a great way to connect with nature!

Meet Jess

Jess Farrelly is new to Summer Hill and the Flour Mill Community. She is a primary school teacher with a background in yoga, mindfulness, meditation, and positive psychology. Jess has made it her mission in life to make wellbeing engaging for families and students, as well as easy and fun to learn.

 

Flour Mill Yoga with Wei-Yee

Summer Hill local Wei-Yee is offering Yoga at Flour Mill Summer Hill!
Stay fit and well!

Monday: 6pm – 7pm
Saturday: 7.45-8.45am

Classes begin Monday 21st September

Visit:
https://www.facebook.com/yogaonearth
https://www.instagram.com/yogaonearth

Please bring your own towel or yoga mat.

Classes will be held outdoors within Harvest Park unless the weather is poor.

Please note that due to COVID restrictions, bookings ahead of time are essential. Electronic payment is preferred, in advance or on the day.

Meet Wei-Yee

Wei-Yee offers hatha and vinyasa style classes with a focus on alignment.

Wei-Yee has an immense passion for sharing the benefits of yoga and making it accessible to people from all walks of life. Her classes provide a non-competitive and nurturing environment. She offers variations to assist and challenge students of different experience levels.

Since graduating from yoga teacher training in 2012, Wei-Yee has been the resident yoga teacher at a physiotherapy/Pilates studio, taught corporate classes and at various studios and gyms across Sydney, and completed pregnancy yoga training.