229 Kilmore Street Christchurch - corner Kilmore / Barbadoes Streets | phone: 03 366 8116 |

The Piko Wholefoods Studio

Rental of the studio is $25 per hour.
For more information, please contact: .

Plastic Free July Documentary Movie Screening

Friday 10th July. Doors open at 6pm and movie starts 6.30pm. 

Join us for a cosy movie night experience in the studio about Piko Wholefoods. FREE.
We will watch a documentary about plastic waste to help raise awareness for Plastic Free July.

The movie is called "Oceans; Origins of the Missing Plastic" and runs for less than one hour. We can watch a second shorter documentary also if people feel like staying longer.

BYO snacks and drinks, blankets and pillows.

This will be a nice chill event with some informative discussion afterwards if you feel like it.
First in gets the best place to sit :)
40 people max.

 

Other events at Piko

The Piko Wholefoods Studio is used for many yoga, wellbeing, lifestyle and health events. It is a lovely open space with a natural wooden floor and plain white walls. The fire safety capacity is 40 people and can comfortably take 16 yoga mats spread out. There is a bathroom, lift, stainless steel bench, sink and kettle for making cups of tea. 

Rental of the studio is $25 per hour. We ask that booking times include the time for setting up and also the time for people to leave the building after events/classes.

For more information about hiring the studio please contact .

If you would like more information about the regular classes being run in the studio feel free to follow the following links to learn more about the teachers and what they offer:

Monday evening yoga class with Maja Moritz:

https://www.yogaintuition.nz/

Monday morning, Thursday morning and Thursday evening classes with Rebecca Boot:

https://www.christchurchyoga.co.nz/

Saturday evening kirtan and chanting once a month with Kirtan Wave Christchurch:

https://www.kirtanyogachristchurch.com/

 

Contact us

Phone: 03 366 8116
Email:
Phone Office: 03 389 5062

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