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We're hosting two casual lunch time tastings of the non-alcoholic spirit Seedlip in our Martin Place store this month to celebrate Dry July. All three expressions of Seedlip will be on offer: Spice 94, Garden 108 and the newest flavour, Grove 42.

Friday 5 July 12.30 - 2.30pm
Friday 19 July 12.30 - 2.30pm

Drop in to Sorry Thanks I Love You at No 1 Martin Place Sydney, at any time between 12.30-2.30pm on Friday 5 July or Friday 19 July for a taste - no need to register.


We now offer two after-hours yoga classes in our Sydney store:

MONDAY 6-7PM – FREE YOGA.  To book your place, please register here.
WEDNESDAY 6-7PM – YOGA BY DONATION. To book your place, please register here.

Both classes are hosted at:

Sorry Thanks I Love You
Ground Floor, No 1 Martin Place

Mats are provided at both classes and all levels are welcome. Bookings are essential! Please arrive by 5.50pm.


Sorry Thanks I Love You is an experiential concept store with an unconventional mission to nurture relationships and inspire moments of happiness. One of our hallmarks is questioning what exactly a ‘shop’ can do or be – and  that’s why we’re committed to hosting events, classes and workshops that pique your interest and benefit the community.

In our experience, physical activity is one of the best ways possible to lift the spirits, no matter how low you feel. We offer yoga classes in our store in an effort to improve Sydney’s mental health, and because we think it’s important to provide a safe space in the CBD.


We suggest a donation of $10 for our Yoga By Donation class. All funds raised go directly to our partner Chris O’Brien Lifehouse - an integrated cancer hospital that combines world class surgical, chemotherapy and radation treatment with research and trial programs, professional psychological services, dietetics, and complementary treatments like acupuncture, massage and yoga.

Every year the Lifehouse psychologists see thousands of patients, carers, families and friends to develop mental strength in the face of cancer. This is a free service for patients and carers, but as a not-for-profit entity the department is funded entirely by donations.  In our experience having a strong mind is a key determinant to dealing with cancer, so our goal with our new Yoga By Donation classes is to raise enough money every week for someone affected by cancer to attend a session with a psychologist.

If every student donates $10 per class, this will be possible.

Click here for more information about Yoga By Donation.