Yoga instructors at Freyberg Pool & Fitness Centre
Vinyasa Flow yoga combines postures and deep stretching with breath awareness, meditation and relaxation in order to develop physical and mental balance, strength and flexibility. Each week Caroline will take you through a linked series of poses focusing on a specific theme, for example a particular body part, a yogic theory or a series of postures.
The focus in Jay’s classes is on core strength and increased mobility. They aim to harmonise and still our mind and establish a balanced and healthy relationship with ourselves and our environment. Experience the unique mix of elements from the Tibetan 5 Rites, Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa flow yoga lineages, with mindfulness and pranayama (breath awareness).
10am & 4pm Saturday
Linda’s classes combine Yang and Yin styles of yoga. Yang yoga is active and flowing and requires us to work our musculature. Yin yoga is more passive and relaxed and works at the level of the fascia, or connective tissue. It's in the unity of the two practices that we become more conscious, peaceful, happier and content.
Maria takes a holistic approach in her practice, combining Hatha yoga with a bit of flow. Her background in Latin dance, Pilates and cultural performance gives her the ability to focus on balance, flexibility, alignment and strength, while remaining connected to the heart. Sessions finish with a relaxing guided meditation.
9am Monday & 11.30am Sunday
Marjari yoga is a slow, gentle sequence of postures and breathing exercises. The mind is focused on the breath, moving in unison with the body. With regular practice we improve health, strength and flexibility.
10.30am Wednesday & 7pm Thursday
You can expect to work up a sweat in Muni's fun and‑challenging classes. They interweave Ashtanga, Hatha, Yin and Pilates – in particular, the strong movement and flow of Ashtanga and the deep stretching and holding of Hatha. These powerful postures are designed to make you strong and flexible.
6.45pm Monday & 9.30am Thursday
Salena’s classes focus on alignment (lyengar), use vinyasas (Ashtanga) and attention to breath to work the physical body as well as calm and still the mind. Classes end with relaxation to process the practice.
A strong, challenging Hatha Flow based class, suitable for beginners as well as intermediate and advanced practitioners. Over time the class will help build strength, flexibility and confidence, increase vitality, and create a sense of calm and wellbeing.