Is this the best view for yoga ever?

The Sydney Opera House has launched a new indoor yoga series to help Sydneysiders and tourists beat the winter blues and see the UNESCO World Heritage-listed masterpiece in a new light.

Sunrise at the House will be held in the architecturally striking surrounds of the Concert Hall Northern Foyer, boasting stunning Sydney Harbour views with every bend and stretch.

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. 

Classes are conveniently located in the CBD, with $10 parking available to attendees at the Sydney Opera House Wilson Carpark, and blankets will be provided to keep yogis warm during meditation. 

Sunrise at the House spokesperson Miriam O’Rourke, says the Opera House’s first ever Saturday classes are not to be missed as the perfect pre-brunch activity.

Yogis can salute the winter sun as it warmly radiates through the glass foyer from Wednesday 4 July to Friday 31 August.

Pictures: Daniel Boud