Grow Your Yoga with our 30 Day Challenge! Yes, 30 classes of yoga in 30 days! You can do it! Why? To build a consistent practice, to challenge your body and mind, and support organisations that do good in the world (this year, fundraising for forests & trees!). See how much you'll grow, change and thrive with 30 days of consistent yoga practice on and off the mat!
Our 30 Day Challenge (30DC) will run from Friday, April 13 – Saturday May 12 and will wrap with a super fun last class with live music and party to follow and a grand prize draw! … Oh, that’s right, we’re including a BINGO game as part of this year’s Challenge.
Remember that BINGO card game you played back when you were a kid? Well, we’ve brought it back – MYS style! Over the 30DC, there will be HEAPS of squares for you to stamp in-studio every day, to help win prizes for practicing all month long. So along with practicing 30 classes in 30 days, you can also take your practice off the mat with the suggestions on our BINGO squares. The list below are just a few ways we’ll be practicing yoga off-mat. Make rows/shapes by “stamping” off your squares to win sweet prizes from us and local businesses!
Cost is $199 or $29 for monthly/AIR Members
- price includes, sign up for 30 Day Challenge (unlimited yoga for 30 days)
- 4 awesome yoga workshops!
- a big party at the end!
- a BINGO card to win cool prizes from us and our neighbouring businesses
Grow Your Yoga (GYY) is a yearly campaign that all 83 Moksha/Modo studios participate in each year in April to May. GYY is a time for all Moksha/Modo studios to connect as an international community while fundraising for worthwhile organisations. For March and April, we’ll be donating our proceeds from Karma classes & mat & towel hires to One Tree Planted which is an organisation that plants trees globally to help reforest the world’s ecosystems. Trees are integral to many ecosystems as they act as a major support for different species in an environment. Trees clean the air many species breathe, clean the water we drink, act as a place to live for 80% of biodiversity in an area and much more! (One Tree Planted, 2018).