1 Hour

Singapore Cricket Club and Om in the City invites you to join Amanda Lai on a beautiful Sunday morning for a Sunrise Yoga at Padang.

It’s a free event, so gather your yogi friends and share the energy. It’s also be perfect to introduce yoga to a friend who has been wanting to try it out. Amanda’s multi-level class would suit everyone.

Bring your kids along with their scooters. Stay on after yoga to join in the carnival and festivities!

DATE 24th March 2018
TIME 7.30am – 8.30am
LOCATION Open field opposite National Gallery Singapore (Padang)

Family Carnival

About SCC 

Kids activities and F&B stalls will  add to the carnival atmosphere at the tournament, offering loads of fun for fans and families.

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I’m an Australian Chinese, recently moved to Singapore, and yoga has been part of my life for many years. I have YTT certification with Yoga Movement, and love sharing my practice with others.
I would describe my style as welcoming, playful and I like to use story telling to guide you through your time on the mat.
What inspires me are everyday hero’s; you don’t need to make a lot of noise to make a big impact.


Celeste’s first encounter with yoga was over 10 years ago, but it was only in early 2016 when she was seeking balance in her personal life where she turned to yoga again. A mindful vinyasa class sealed her love for the practice, where she discovered the beautiful connection between breath and movement.

Being in the flow and staying present is a state that Celeste seeks both on and off the mat, and this is apparent in her classes, moving with each breath through her flow-based sequences. Her practice includes tuning inwards and taking the lessons from the mat into everyday life, much likened to one of her favorite quotes from Baron Baptipse:

“Yoga is a dance of dealing with what is, and allowing yourself to fully experience whatever you’re experiencing right here, in the moment. In life, we so often resist what we don’t like or don’t want to do. Here, on your mat, is a safe opportunity to see what’s on the other side of that. Physical asana is a measure of some higher possibility. Put your attention on what you want to have happen and be for it, and watch the magic unfold.”

Celeste teaches basic and power classes at Yoga Plus.