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Sharks to ‘Flow after Dark’ for Stapo

It’s different and exciting, Flow After Dark Yoga, an event aimed at raising much-needed funds for seriously injured former Shark Nathan Stapleton and his family, and we are inviting fans, members and anyone wanting to join in, to come along and enjoy an alternative yoga experience while contributing to an extremely worthy cause.   

Flow Athletic and the Sharks are presenting “Flow After Dark”, to be held on the main field at Pointsbet Stadium on Wednesday, September 7, a 60-minute all-level yoga class with a Sydney DJ James Mack, Silent Sounds Disco headphones, and Australia’s top yoga instructor Kate Kendall.

The special event aims to unite the Sharks and the local community in support of Nathan and his family at this one-of-a-kind Silent Disco Yoga evening.

Recently a father for a second time, with Nathan’s wife Kate giving birth to a baby boy, a brother to Harry who is almost 2, Stapleton was tragically injured earlier this year playing club rugby union for Boorowa in south-western NSW.

A popular member of the Sharks team, where he played 61 NRL games from 2009-2014, Stapleton is a quadriplegic as a result of the on-field incident, needs a ventilator to breathe and remains in intensive care.

Now requiring long-term support and care, the Sharks are aiming to continue fundraising efforts, hence the Flow After Dark event, with more initiatives planned. 

Those interested can join us in person or take part via an online livestream.

CLICK HERE to register or to find out more.

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.