You can now salute the winter sun at Sydney Opera House thanks to the launch of Sunrise at the House, a new indoor yoga series designed to help both Sydneysiders and tourists beat the winter blues.

Sunrise at the House will be held in the beautiful surrounds of the Concert Hall Northern Foyer where there are idyllic Sydney Harbour views to take in with every bend and stretch.

Source: Daniel Boud

Source: Daniel Boud

Yogis can enjoy the zen experience each Wednesday, Friday and Saturday morning from July 4 to August 31.

Sunrise at the House spokesperson Miriam O’Rourke says the new yoga classes are all part of finding new ways for visitors to experience Australia’s iconic structure.

“Held in one of the most picturesque locations in the Opera House, Sunrise at the House classes will fill visitors with energy for the day and gratitude for this beautiful city we call home.

Sunrise at the House spokesperson Miriam O’Rourke

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Miriam says the Saturday classes are not to be missed as they are the perfect pre-brunch activity.

Crawf Weir, founder of Barefoot Yoga will lead the nine-week program of hour-long yoga classes.

His instructing style caters to all fitness levels, blending strength and softness to create a challenging and fun environment that brings mindfulness to the morning.

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Tickets $25 per class and $10 parking is available for yogis at the Sydney Opera House Wilson Carpark.

Blankets will be provided to keep you warm during meditation.

For more information and bookings, visit sydneyoperahouse.com/sunriseatthehouse.

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