Guildford: Co-flow yoga a chance to do something positive for your mind and body while contributing to a cause


Claire Pianta has started Co-Flow yoga classes. Picture: Bruce Hunt d476418
Claire Pianta has started Co-Flow yoga classes. Picture: Bruce Hunt d476418

FORGET yoga with goats, the latest yoga movement to hit the streets is Co-Flow.

Guildford’s Common Earth Studio founder Claire Pianta said Co-Flow was an opportunity for people to do something positive for their mind and body while helping a good cause.

“Co-Flow allows newly qualified yoga teachers to hone their skills with classes with the profits going a different community cause each month,” she said.

“Last month was Sea Shepherd and this month all profits will go to Karma Collab which raises funds for girls’ education in India.

“It’s a fabulous and unique initiative that allows freshly graduated teachers experience and allows students to walk away feeling supported and satisfied that part of their $10 entry fee went to a great cause.”

Classes are $10 and are held on Tuesdays 5.30pm to 6.45pm at the Guildford Town Hall.

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