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Sydney Yoga Collective will live-stream yoga classes in wake of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Following the escalation of Coronavirus in Australia in the past few weeks, Sydney Yoga Collective (SYC) will live-stream 32 yoga classes, plus kid’s classes, held at their Bondi Junction-based studio Soul Flow Yoga (SFY).
They will be accessible anywhere and on any device from Friday 20 March. New classes will be released everyday and in real-time as if you were in the studio.
Among those live-streamed will be the coveted Kundalini and Naam classes, making SYC the only studio nationally offering these styles on this platform.
“There has been no reported exposure of COVID-19 at our studio, and classes and events will still continue as normal. We are simply offering this platform in addition to our other services for yogis that feel uncomfortable with attending the studio,” said SYC founder and yogi expert, Casey Castro.
Live-streamed classes are accessed via the SYC website. They are free for members, and cost just $10 per week for non-members.
Casey said: “At SYC, we understand that this is a daunting time and that many of us would feel a lot safer if we stayed at home. We want to make it easy for anyone that chooses to do this to continue with their yoga classes and practice what they love.
“As a precaution, our kid’s yoga classes at local schools in Sydney have been halted, which is why they will now be accessible via live-stream from our studio instead.”
In addition to live-streaming classes, SYC has implemented various other preventative measures at their studio.
This includes an abundance of hand sanitisers available for frequent use by instructors and students; cleaning of the studio and props multiple times per day; sanitising spray for mats, and reinforcing good hygiene practices directed by the World Health Organisation.
“It’s so important to stay active, healthy, and to keep your immune system strong – especially now,” says Casey.
“In a world that’s pretty chaotic at the moment, we hope live-streaming these classes will give our yogis a chance to relax and find some peace from the comfort of their own home. But until we are forced to do so, our studio will remain open.”
Yogi Amandeep is not included in the live-streamed classes. For more information, please contact Sophie Richardson at [email protected]