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Stretch 'n' Spring Wednesdays
09:30am - 10:30am, Wednesday, 23 September 2020
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At Vietnam Memorial Pavilion Access Way Vietnam War Memorial, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
0413 577 131
Kings Park Festival, Walks and Talks, Entertainment and Wellness

Join us for a yoga-inspired wellness class with Makita Gabriel from Soul Vida in the beautiful surrounds of Kings Park this spring.

Incorporating modern yoga practices with a perfect balance of movement, flow, stretch and breath awareness, this class begins with a gentle detox sequence and flows into an energising sequence, inviting the body and breath to move as one. The class finishes with a restorative relaxation to help you unwind, recharge and find inner calm.

This gentle class is suitable for all fitness levels.

Prepare for your class

  • Bring along a yoga mat, towel, small cushion (optional) and a water bottle
  • We recommend you wear comfortable shoes, sunscreen and a hat
  • Parking and toilet facilities are located nearby
  • People with a disability are encouraged to contact us to ensure we meet your needs for this event
  • The session will be held undercover in Vietnam Memorial Pavilion
  • Social distancing will be required and if you are feeling unwell please postpone your visit to a future event.

Cost is $5 per person and a free coffee or tea is available from Zamia Cafe for each participant after the class.

Bookings are essential. Please contact Soul Vida to reserve your place.

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