Where are we? How much?

No better way to start your day than with our yoga class!  Our own amazing outdoor studio, 4 days a week, 4 different styles.  You can check out the current season schedule here

Shoulderstand in BG

ANZA WanderingYogis practicing their shoulder stands at our Saturday Everyday Hatha at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

“Feeling like I can climb a mountain” (ANZA yogi)

WHERE ARE WE?

Singapore Botanic Gardens, near the Eco-Lake

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We are located near the bottom right hand side of the map.  Enter via gates closest to Cluny Court.  We are right above the Botanic Gardens MRT.

“So relaxed, thanks for a great class” (Another ANZA Wandering Yogi)

Yin yoga in the gardens

WanderingYogis savasana – chill out time!

HOW MUCH?

The ANZA WanderingYoga has seasons, usually 8 – 10 weeks long. This gives you an opportunity to track your progress in a season, and gives our teachers an opportunity refresh themselves.

You purchase 5 and 10 class packs online (click here) for the season.

5 and 10 class packs are $100 and $200 respectively, if you are an ANZA member – $20 a class.

5 and 10 class packs are $140 and $280 respectively, if you are NOT an ANZA member – $28 a class. A really good reason to become an ANZA Member.

Yes, you can drop in, ANZA members drop in rate is $20, non ANZA members $28 per class.

Benefits for ANZA Wanderingyogis

Every 5 class card you buy allows you to bring a friend for free.  So useful for when family and friends visit.  Bring them along to the friendly ANZA WanderingYogi community.

Those who purchase class packs also have access to discounts on a range of yoga related goodies.  Like the ANZA WanderingYogi mats, towels, blocks and straps. 

You can buy them at any time by asking one of your teachers.

“Feeling fabulous again after amazing yin class” (another ANZA Yogi).

ANZA Yoga is Karma Yoga

A large portion of the money you pay for your yoga practice is given away in donations.  In the past, ANZA WanderingYogis have donated to Riverkids (a NFP which did some amazing work in Phnom Penh, helping families and children break the dreadful cycle of poverty, drug use, and child trafficking).   Read their story here.

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Riverkids had to close its doors in mid 2016, due to funding shortages. 10 years, and boo hoo!

Other karma yoga donations have included Babes, Dressed for Success, and Taji Dolphin Cove Monitors.  As part of the ANZA Singapore community, ANZA Wanderingyogi also donates money to specific projects endorsed by the ANZA Singapore Action Committee.

Lee, the original WanderingYogi, is a bit of an animal lover.  So, whatever is left over, after paying our amazing teachers, she gives to her Karma priorities  – Soi Dogs Thailand and  The Orangutan Project.

Orangutan standing one legge eating

At the Sepilok Orangutan Conservation Centre, another great Orangutan Conservation Project.