Yoga class with Ryko
Please note – Classes have finished for 2016 and will resume on the 30th January 2017.
$20 for class. All Mats and equipment for class provided.
Tetch welcomes the wonderful Yoga teacher Ryko kalinko, who is joining us from the One & Only Hayman Island Resort in the Whitsundays, where he worked with thousands of people – including celebrities, Italian Royalty, international sport stars, journalists and the CEO’s of top international companies. During his time at the Resort, Ryko established a Wellness Retreat Program which received critical acclaim. He has appeared in Vogue Magazine, Australian Men’s Health and Harper’s Bazaar. Ryko tailors his classes to suit his Yogi’s, using a natural mix of Hatha and Vinyasna in his teaching. Given our intimate classes, Yoga at Tetch allows for Ryko to tune in on each students needs and strengths, while creating a warm and encouraging space to extend your yoga practice.
Please contact Tetch on 0401 224 942 or email: email@example.com to reserve your space.
‘Tetch-a-Sketch’ – life drawing sessions
Please note – Tetch- a- Sketch will finish up for 2016 on December the 14th and resume on the 1st of February 2017.
Tetch is conveniently located on Parramatta Rd, Annandale with direct access to parking and public transport. We are a welcoming and friendly place with the intention of injecting as much community art and adventure we can into the Inner West through our gallery space.
Tetch Sounds: Sunday Sessions:
Please note – Sunday Sessions are postponed until further notice.
Crazy Old Maurice
$10 entry fee – BYO booze and nibblies! Yes that’s right, BYO whatever you like. Tetch will have cups and glasses if you need. Additionally enjoy Stephen Helman’s, ‘Ficus- Fig Trees of Sydney’ Solo Exhibition whilst you listen to the band. For information on this exhibition:https://www.
Hailing from Newcastle, Crazy Old Maurice’s brand of moody pop for crazy people is just what the doctor ordered. Featuring Caitlin O’Reilly on keys and lead vocals, Tim Evans on drums, and Mike Collins on double bass, the trio’s jazz and groove influences are evident in their songs, which range from sultry blues ballads, to melancholic waltzes, electro dance tunes – and everything in between. Add some killer three-part harmonies, diva-esque female vocals reminiscent of Amy Winehouse and Renee Geyer, and sharp songwriting laced with emotion, and you have a live act that is unmissable and unforgettable.Check out there facebook Page here: