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Term 4 at TYC begins 25 September -Please register and pay before you come to classes

Registrations for this term membership  are open.

If you are registering as an existing member or as a new member : Please go to https://taurangayoga.org.nz/memberships/    where you will see the Term 4 membership icon. Add this to the cart. Make sure there is only 1 item in the box. (If you have added more hover your mouse over the right side of this box and you will see up and down arrows to enable you top decrease the number. Then Update Cart.

Follow the instruction per page to the payment options.  Make sure you read and tick the terms and agreement box.

If you choose to pay by Direct banking there  will be a delay of a few hours until this is processed by the banks involved . Once this process has occurred you will receive an email/receipt saying ‘Your Order is now complete and  on this will be your member number . This is verification email and number you will bring along to your first class in Term 4 to show the teacher .

If you pay by credit card the above process and email revived will occur straight away (if for some reason the CC payment fails -you will receive and email immediately informing you of this and the reason why.)

If you pay by Cash you will not receive the ‘Order completed email and your Member no’ until TYC has revived the cash and management has time to match the cash to the order (this could take a day or two)

Should you have difficulty please call Sue on 0223503891

Next Yin workshop September 30th,1 to 3.30pm

Date:  Saturday September 30th 

Time: 1.00 to 3.30pm 

Cost:   $35

This practice will have some focus on asana which stimulate & the liver and gall bladder meridians or Nadis. Spring Yin (the Wood element) is about bringing some harmony to the elements that drive you forward again in life, after the retreating energy of the Winter. In Chinese Medicine, the Wood element represents new beginnings, drive and fresh ideas. Fear, anger, resentment and a judging mind are all emotions known to affect the functioning of the liver and gallbladder.

  • Yin can assist to release fascia (connective tissue) to Increase circulation & Improve flexibility.
  • When you stay quietly, without force, in an asana tuning into the breath the body’s sensations begin to make themselves known
  •  This awareness can help us feel where in the body  the emotional energy is being held
  •  We will also explore some restorative asana.

To register please email: fureys@kinect.co.nz:   Pre pay to account no: 38-9004-0840024-00.

 “Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame.” B.K.S. Iyengar


Next Restorative class! Friday September 22 @ 7.15pm

The perfect class to recharge your bodies batteries, rest your mind and give your ‘self’ some TLC. If you’ve purchased a TYC  membership this class is included. If not -you are welcome to attend with your Concession Card or as a casual student for just $20. Suitable for all levels. These classes are held on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month


TYC men’s & women’s’ T shirts and Singlet-sales day 16th Sept 11 to 12.30pm.

We are pleased to inform you that we have another order of  TYC  T- shirts and singlets ready for selling.

The cost is T- shirts $45 each and Singlets $40. All items are 100% cotton. The colour range is limited. Black or  grey and a few pistachio in T-shirts and black or grey in singlets .

To prevent disruption at classes and extra work for the teachers, we are going to have 3 sale days at TYC.

Saturday 16 September @ 11.00 am to 12.30pm

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