First-Ever Silent Disco Yoga in Brisbane Happening at North Quay’s W Hotel

If you’ve never been to a silent disco yoga class and have been curious to experience what this is all about, you’ll finally get your chance as W Hotel is hosting this fitness event for the first time in Brisbane.

The silent disco yoga class is happening on Wednesday, the 15th of May, at The Great Room of the hotel in CBD. Set for a 90-minute workout session, the class will begin at 6:30 p.m. but participants are expected to be at the W Hotel at 81 North Quay by 6:00 p.m.

Kate Kendall, the founder of Flow Athletic in New South Wales, and Sydney DJ James Mack are leading the silent yoga class, where 160 yogis may be accommodated at the hotel’s huge space. This is a one-night-only event where participants can follow and perform the movements as guided by Ms Kendall while Mr Mack will be blasting the best beats and music for a pulsating workout.

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Silent disco yoga is a unique experience because participants will be wearing headphones while they exercise. They’ll hear the music and the instructor’s voice crisp and clear through this headphone, thus cancelling any other noise that could distract their concentration. They may also adjust the sound settings to their preference

Participants of the silent disco yoga will receive swag bags containing healthy goodies, as well as healthy food and drinks during the sessions.

Tickets are at $55 each and you may book your slot online.

Three Blue Ducks All Set to Delight Brisbane Fans

The much-anticipated W Hotel in Brisbane has recently opened and aside from the luxurious amenities that it brings, many are excited to try out the hotel’s signature restaurant, the Three Blue Ducks.

Managed by a popular culinary group in Australia known for serving home-grown and ethically sourced menu, Three Blue Ducks has expanded to cater to Queensland. Three Blue Ducks at W Hotel is a bit more sophisticated than the other restaurants int he group. It is also the group’s largest restaurant to date.

Located at the third level of the hotel, Three Blue Ducks can accommodate up to 156 people. It offers a magnificent view of the Brisbane River via its floor-to-ceiling windows. The sophisticated colour palette and combination of materials used, such as wood, greenery, and concrete, along with its light and airy feel, complement the hotel’s aesthetic. At the same time, it provides customers a cosy atmosphere that gives a welcoming dining experience that will have them coming back for more.

Brisbane locals can expect to experience the same culinary goodness for which the restaurant is renowned. All of the products they use are locally sourced and guaranteed fresh.

Along with their signature dishes, the restaurant has also developed new items for their Queensland branch. They serve a small breakfast buffet with a la carte choices, lunch, dinner, and spirits. The Queensland’s seasonal menu features the best local produce from Queensland and northern New South Wales.

The group consists of Mark Labrooy, Sam Reid-Boquist, Chris Sorrell, Darren Robertson, Jeff Bennett, and Andy Allen. Their first ever location was established in Bronte followed by venues in Byron Bay and Roseberry, both in NSW.

Address: 81 N Quay, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia