Yoga classes cut, art event shelved due to coronavirus outbreak

Art educator and yoga teacher Tan Wenlin has seen her yoga classes cut by half due to cancellations or postponements. One of her art and movement projects, scheduled for this month and the next, was also postponed indefinitely. But the situation has
Art educator and yoga teacher Tan Wenlin has seen her yoga classes cut by half due to cancellations or postponements. One of her art and movement projects, scheduled for this month and the next, was also postponed indefinitely. But the situation has been better over the past week, with some people returning to classes, says Ms Tan.PHOTO: COURTESY OF TAN WENLIN

Yoga teacher Tan Wenlin has seen her classes cut by half due to cancellations or postponements since the virus alert level in Singapore was raised on Feb 7.

The art educator also had one of her art and movement projects, scheduled for this month and the next, postponed indefinitely as there were concerns over the involvement of senior citizens. She had blocked out her availability for the four weeks and is now scrambling to schedule classes and other work for the period.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 01, 2020, with the headline 'Yoga classes cut, art event shelved'. Subscribe