Come see designer yoga clothes in person on October 8 and 9! We’re pleased to announce Courage My Love Heart Director, Persephone Singfield, will be in-house for two days only at True Food and Yoga in Mission Bay, Auckland. And while Persephone is an inspiring individual with fantastic stories of courage, the real reason you want to make your way to one of the niftiest yoga establishments in New Zealand is to get an up-close look at her collection of NZ-made, high quality yoga apparel by Courage My Love.
Whether you’re curious about our high quality designer yoga clothes or already own some of our artist-designed pants and tops and would like to try on the new designs, we welcome you. This is also a great opportunity for you to learn more about the artists behind our designs as Persephone has worked with each of them individually and knows the design journey intimately for each Courage My Love creation.
Perched at the base of the cliff overlooking the sparkling waters of Okahu Bay through gorgeous original arched windows, sits this exciting new venue for food and yoga. We are very excited to be hosted in this lush environment, brimming with good vibes and hope to see you over the weekend.
If you haven’t heard about True Food and Yoga, check out their website to learn more about this wellness centre focused on food and yoga.
Come and enjoy one of many of the organic drinks on the menu (including Kamboucha on tap!) with a delicious meal and catch up with Persephone while she visits True Food and Yoga. Their menu is well worth a look!
Yes, there is such a thing! But Courage My Love designer yoga apparel is not just about the looks. Our range is as practical as it is fashionable and comes backed by our quality guarantee. To Courage My Love, producing designer clothing comes with great responsibility. We pride ourselves on offering high quality garments that are sustainably produced and offer the technical excellence your yoga practice deserves.
What: pop up shop
Where: True Food and Yoga, Mission Bay, Auckland
When: Saturday, October 8, 8:30-4:30pm and Sunday, October 9, 11:30-7:00pm