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Yin Yoga with Myo-Fascial Release with Lou & Sue

Letting go and Letting in.
Saturday: 29 June
Time: 1 to 3.30pm
Investment: $50
Combining Yin Poses with self-applied pressure to the associated tethered spots and trigger points,  assists to enhance the function and flow of energy pathways through the  joints and the fascial network of the body.
In keeping with the winter season, this workshop will focusses on the elements of metal and water and the Lung/Large Intestine and Bladder/Kidney meridians. These meridians and their organs, reside over the emotions of grief , fear, sadness, will power, generative force, discipline, instinct, inspiration and protection.
In yoga, these qualities relate to the Yogic Yamas ( moral disciplines) of Aparigraha (not grasping, non attachment ) and Bramacharya (right use of energy.)

This workshop will provide space for you to let go and allow in, determine boundaries and find structure.

We aim to provide a supportive space with assistance from two teachers, while moving through a sequence of Yin poses with suggestions and help on how to apply appropriate MFR techniques with Tennis balls and other props.
Please bring 2 x tennis balls and 1 x long sock.
To register please email fureys@kinect.co.nz and please pay to account: 38-9004-0840024-00
Ref: Yin

Friday Night Restorative -5.30pm-6.45pm-14 -No class on 28th June (Matariki)

Take some time to replenish your body/mind every fortnight with Tabitha. During a Restorative yoga sequence, we still stretch, but in a very gentle supported manner. We use props so that we can release tension and focus on the breath. This helps us to activate the parasympathetic nervous system (responsible for the rest/digest process). This can help us to combat that feeling of ‘overdrive’ that often drives our daily lives .

Come along -5.30pm on  14 June &  NO CLASS 28 June( Matariki)

Namaste Tabitha and TYC committee

Thankyou to everyone for their blanket folding mindfulness.

Saucha,  the first of the niyamas, is loosely translated as purity or sometimes as cleanliness. It’s about purity of energy, in our own home space and our yoga home. It’s about the way we organise and maintain our space. That is saucha in action – the recognition that everything has it’s place and there is a place for everything. How we leave the yoga space -is how the next student finds it.

How we fold our body matters and how we use and fold our blankets matters. We learn how important it is just to stand (Tadasana)and sit (Dandasana). This is not about the ‘perfect’ pose its about self care and self awareness. Intention and attention matters –‘form matters’.

So thank you for being tidy, for not walking on another students mat, for cleaning up behind you and for parking carefully.

Namaste. TYC Committee



Saturday Roster for both classes from 4 May

With Scott departing for new adventures we have put together a Roster for some of the year. The second half year  roster  will be posted once its filled up


Rostered dates

Stefan:      4 May

Christine: 11 May

Stefan:     18 May

Christine:  25 May

Stefan:       01 June

Christine   08 June

Mollie        15 June

Sue :          22 June

Mollie        29 June

Louise       06 July

Kat              13 July

Christine    20 July

Mollie          27 July


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Parking around TYC

Namaste. Please park only in front of (2 cars deep) or around the TYC building if at all possible. Please park with awareness -so we can fit as many cars in there as possible.  If there’s no-one using the Arts and Crafts centre you can park there. Do not park outside the Legion of Frontiersman building. They now have a parking warden who is operating day and night -and you will incur a $95 fine for parking there.     

TYC committee