2 for 1 February Beginner's Course
with Maria Gorham
Sign up for $99 and bring a friend along for free!
Find your Inner Warrior with Maria Gorham.
Discover confidence to move your body safely, with practical advice and tools for finding stillness and space in your daily life.
There are two main themes throughout the course
Pranayama (breathing techniques) - Connecting body and mind. Begin to cultivate focus, observation, awareness and compassion for self.
Asana (physical shapes) - Moving the body in a way that dynamically challenges your strength, flexibility and balance.
Please be mindful that spaces are limited so get in quick to ensure you don't miss out.
This is a 4 hour workshop split into two 2-hour blocks
Friday 15th February @ Featherston 6:30-8:30 pm
Sunday 17th February Featherston 9:30-11:30 am
Bring comfortable clothes, water and a mat if you have one (mats are available in studio)
*This Beginner's course is 2 for 1, you are invited to bring a friend along. Sign yourself up online and then email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name + details of your friend. Any issues or questions about the registration don't hesitate to get in touch.
with Claire Wright
| $20 Casual or $70 for 4 week block
Are you pregnant? Join Claire on a journey of discovery, practising not only specialised yoga postures suitable for pregnancy but also learning helpful breathing, relaxation and meditation techniques.
Claire's classes are UNHEATED, gentle, and safe for all women (regardless of previous yoga experience) with adjustments made for each trimester. All women are welcome regardless of previous yoga experience. Our classes will focus on creating space in the body and mind and exploring the many yogic tools that can be used for a positive pregnancy, labour, and birth experience.
If you would like to carve out a special time in your week that allows you to stay active and also remain still enough to really nurture yourself and your growing baby this class could be for you. Either sign up for the full four weeks ($70/ 4-classes) or drop in on a casual basis ($20/class). Mat rental is included in the class price.
Please be mindful that spaces are limited due to the specialisation of these classes, so please confirm your spot ahead of time (if possible) to ensure you don't miss out. You can do so by emailing email@example.com.
The classes are structured by the following curriculum:
WEEK 1: Standing and classic Prenatal yoga asana (poses).
WEEK 2: Classic poses, some nice lateral openers and partner poses.
WEEK 3: Moving into flowing breath work with pregnancy salutations.
WEEK 4: Stabilising and releasing poses for the hips, pelvis and back. Also pelvic floor work and restorative poses.
We hope you'll join us!
If you have questions, please feel free to drop us an email.
Kids Yoga Term One
With Kids Yoga NZ
Lower Hutt Studio
| $95 per student or $150 for siblings
7 – 12 years
Term One 6 weeks: 26TH FEB - 2 APRIL 2019
There are so many choices available to parents these days for extra-curricular physical activity for children, so why choose kids yoga over other physical/movement-based classes? Kid’s yoga goes beyond getting kids physically active and healthy. Kids Yoga NZ Instructors strive to maintain a balance between spontaneity and structure - so that children of all ages participating in the class learn to listen to themselves (and each other) and express themselves creatively. The mix of stories, song, games, music, mindfulness and yoga poses creates a multi-sensory, tactile environment, where children develop through kinesthetic, visual, and aural learning.
3 Hour Yin Yoga Sound Journey
with Nik Robson & The Aidan Kelly Project
Slow down, tune in, let go, wake up.
3 Hour Yin Yoga Sound Journey with Nik Robson & Live Music by The Aidan Kelly Project
A deep transformational journey exploring the inner landscapes of your being, with yin yoga and live music by singer-songwriter Aidan Kelly (The Aidan Kelly Project).
This workshop is part of a nationwide tour, including Yin Culture discussions, Yin Culture Masterclasses & Yin Yoga Sound Journeys.
Supported by Aimee Glucina-Stevens and Aleks Nikolic