Yoga in the Sky
Sundays from 8.30am-9.30am
We are open and operating under the ‘orange light’ of the COVID-19 traffic light system. Wearing a facemask is highly encouraged.
An unforgettable sunrise yoga experience, 186 metres above Auckland city. Take in the breath-taking 360° views, whilst saluting the sun from the edge of your yoga mat. Yoga in the Sky takes place on the main observation deck of New Zealand’s most iconic building on Sunday mornings.
Presented by Danielle Timbers and Lizzie Rous;
Danielle enjoys teaching a well-balanced class, focusing on the breath and classical yoga alignment. Danielle has a passion for sharing her love of yoga with the world. Whether you’re a beginning or a an advanced yoga practitioner, you will walk away from Danielle’s class feeling accomplished, balanced and content.
Lizzie encourages students to enjoy their practise through the invitation of self-exploration and honour. With suggestive mindful insight, she takes you on a journey that is always light hearted, rhythmical and fun. No practice is ever the same with different playlists and varying intentions. She is ever grateful for the opportunity to share her understanding of yoga and looks forward to flowing with you on the mat.
Terms & Conditions
Once your online purchase has been completed you will receive an email confirmation to the email address provided. You will need to bring this email (either printed or in a readable form on your mobile device) to the Sky Tower ticket counter upon arrival on the specified date, where it will be exchanged for a singular Sky Tower Yoga session ticket.
Sky Tower Yoga single session tickets are valid for the selected booked date only. Tickets are non-transferable, non-exchangeable, non-refundable and void if altered in any way. All visitors must be 15 years of age or over. Yoga mats are available upon arrival.
Visibility from the Main Observation Deck of the Sky Tower is not guaranteed dependent on the weather conditions
Please be advised that the Sky Tower may be closed from time to time due to adverse weather conditions.