In our very fast pace world, learning how to relax the body and the mind through the practice of yoga is very helpful. At Kiwi Yoga, you will practice a classical Indian style of yoga called Hatha yoga. Its aim is to balance the body, mind and emotion.
The postures will make your body more supple, stronger, more energised. They will bring a stronger awareness of your body and your posture. The pranayama or breathing exercices who teach the importance of the breath to settle te body and the mind.
Hello, my name is Nadine and I am originally from France but Auckland has been my home for the last 16 years.
I have had a strong interest in yoga for the last 11 years and the changes it brought into my life encouraged me to do teacher trainings at Ashram Yoga in Parnell. I have completed my 500hours training & have also been attending workshops by Donna Fahri which braught me a lot on a personal and teaching level. I now teach in the Howick – Bucklands Beach and Mellons Bay.
I am passionate about yoga and I like to share my knowledge about it. I also have a certificate in Pregnancy Yoga, Yoga Nidra (full yogic relaxation) and Restorative Yoga.
Hi, I’m Cherie. I met and fell in love with all the joys of yoga, about 5 years ago. I knew it belonged more in my life than coming to class a few times a week.
This year I have recently completed my yoga teacher training at Ashram Yoga Parnell. It is a great pleasure to be able to share the magic of yoga with you.
You can call Cherie on 027 915 0556 for more info and to book.
Lisa Mazer started practicing yoga over 10 years ago as a means of exercise. She soon found that she not only had an extreme love for the physical asana but resonated with the overall lifestyle and spirituality that she found through practice. She became very passionate about her teaching and her practice. She has taken training in both Nicaragua and in Canada which has opened her up to many different varieties of yoga, specializing in Vinyasa and Hatha. There is nothing that brings her more happiness than sharing her practice and her energy with others.
I am a passionate yoga and mindfulness teacher. In 2011, I completed my initial 200hr Yoga Alliance® training in the inspiring birth place of yoga itself, India.
Between the years of 2012 and 2014, I became a mother of two children, again shifting my perspective and approach to my teaching from a space of compassion and understanding. In 2017, I attained further certification with a Yoga Alliance® Registered Children’s Yoga School (RCYS) to teach children’s yoga. I gained invaluable knowledge as to how yoga can be integrated into schools as a mindful and fun practice.
My most recent accreditation in 2018, and one that I am particularly excited to share with other teachers and children, is facilitating a mindfulness programme to enrich the lives of children and teenagers within a stressful, modern day lifestyle.
With 20 years practicing yoga across the globe, meditating daily for many years, being a sports coach and business coach with a passion to support people in their personal growth; and, having been a teacher and facilitator of hundreds of groups; becoming a yoga teacher was a natural progression for me.
My personal commitment to yoga enabled me to manage the challenges of daily life, seek the calm that I yearn and meet the physical exercise needs that my body demands. Having the opportunity to share this experience and knowledge with others who have a desire and intent to keep active, challenge their bodies, and restore a little sense of peace in a busy world; really does fill my cup in terms of making a little difference to those I encounter.
Hi, my name is Bailee. I originally started practicing yoga to help me with some health issues and as a result, I experienced the incredible healing powers of yoga both physically, mentally and spiritually. From then on I have been committed to sharing this with others and through teaching yoga I can give people the tools to go on their own journey of self development. I am a Les Mills Body Balance Instructor and I’m doing my yoga teacher training through Ashram Yoga. My favourite part about teaching is seeing participants leave class saying how much better they feel, that’s when I know I’ve done my job!