I’ll be the first to admit that yoga has never been the first thought on my mind when I wake up in the morning (or any time of day for that matter). My girlfriend would second this thought and follow up with “I’d pay good money to see you try,” (you can hear her laughing from here probably). But I can step outside of my comfort zone (maybe once or twice a year, on special occasions, and if the weather is just right, and it’s a specific day of the week and if someone double dog dares me to participate…) when the right event comes along. Electro Flow is that event.
Renee Wilkinson and Emily Sorensen have teamed up to create a unique yoga experience, catering for even the most beginner yogi gal (and guy) pals about town, to the masters of the craft. ‘What’s all the fuss about? Say more things’, I hear you ask. Electro Flow is a yoga class set to original electronic music, held inside one of Newcastle’s most iconic venues, 48 Watt Street. Yep, that’s right, yoga, in a beautiful iconic space, what more could you want?
“It’s really all about making yoga and wellbeing something that is even more accessible and approachable (and fun)” says Renee when commenting on the initial thought process surrounding bringing the event to life. For someone like me, who is definitely the first to admit that sometimes I forget my limbs are attached to my body, Electro Flow sounds like it could be that hand-held first step into the world of yoga, #newyearnewme
Sound like your jam? Grab your tickets now and check out the details below.
Sunday 8th April 5:30 – 7:30 (doors open 5pm)
48 Watt Street
75-minute yoga flow class set to original music, suitable for all ages and levels, plus a 45-minute sound meditation.
Renee Wilkinson is a yoga teacher, kinesiologist, and meditation guide with more than 10 years’ experience working in the alternative health space. Emily Sorensen is a musician, meditation guide, and yoga teacher who performs live around Newcastle and runs the Peaceful Minds Project.
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