Due to the current situation, all classes and events are kept on hold.
However, together with the lovely team at House of Yoga I do offer online Yoga classes.
You can sign up here.
I also run a few live streamed sessions for several studios. Please get in touch, if your gym/studio is interested.
If you’re having cabin fever, reach out and I can provide you with a great list of some free resources to keep your body & mind healthy 🙂
Story Drop, Mount Maunganui
What an incredible night! Our hearts are filled having seen so many smiles, much empathy, and quite a few AHA-moments throughout the evening end of February 2020.
Our amazing speakers sure left us inspired. A big Thanks to:
- Blair Benefield, creator of RAD (Ride Against Depression)
- Emma Sutton, owner of iDo iDO weddings, teacher, and mum
- Olly Coffey, Neurophysics Therapist and owner of Natural Fit
- Angelena Davies, author of “The Heart & Flow of Motherhood”
It was a privilege to host this event together with Jane from House of Yoga at Natural Fit, a newly opened gym in the Mount. We can’t wait for the next one 🙂
Sunrise Yoga 2020, Papamoa Beach
Another summer of incredible sunrises. Thanks to everyone who came along to our early morning sessions at Papamoa Beach.
This by far is our most popular Yoga class – right by the beach.
Let’s hope for another good summer next year 🙂
Contact me here for any questions.
Aim’n Sunset Run, Mount Maunganui
I am lucky enough to be part of the Aim’n Sunset Run, Mount Maunganui. Not only do I get to meet a bunch of beautiful, ambitious ladies, but also am I able to share the passion of Yoga with a wonderful community.
After a 5k run, all participants are invited to a Yoga session. It is a gentle flow focusing on poses, especially, supportive of runners. A lot of the ladies never have done any Yoga classes before, but giving options to modify makes it accessible for everyone.
I thoroughly enjoy these events and can’t wait to be back for the next round.
Yoga Your Way – Workshop
This workshop was for anyone who enjoys practicing yoga and wanted to know that little bit more to get the most out of their practice.
We talked about the importance of our spine; what flexibility means (and why you don’t need to be super bendy to do yoga); and took a closer look at our breath and how all of this impacts our practice.
We did a nice flow sequence to warm up our bodies and bring awareness to how we feel in our asana, so that we can better understand what works for us and what doesn’t. We also included a relaxation part and had a chat about why Savasana is such an integral part of our practice.
Lastly, we explored and broke down some of the regular poses and discussed adjustments/modifications suited to the individual.
Would you like to join a similar workshop? Get in touch with me.
BEACH, SUNRISE, and YOGA.
Throughout the summer months (December until end of February) we have been coming together at the beautiful Papamoa Main Beach for a morning Yoga session.
Every Wednesday we would greet the sun and start the day in such a wonderful way together.
Depending on the tide we would practice right on the beach taking in that ocean sound up front. It was a bliss!
I can’t wait for next summer to continue our early mornings 🙂
Hens Party Yoga
This was such a beautiful event and I feel very lucky to have been part of it.
A few girls have organised a cute, little hens party for one of their friends who practices yoga and has done a teacher training herself. So they invited me along to hold a yoga session right on the beach tucked away from all the hustle and bustle.
I loved getting a bit creative with this session having them work through poses together and literally feel the support of one another.
Looking for a yoga session at your hens party? I’m happy to have a chat and organise a session tailored to you 🙂