MSSAT, Male Survivors Of Sexual Abuse

Restorative Yoga Winter Retreat

The Art of Resting
15-17th June 2018
with Neal Ghoshal and Karla Brodie, Mana Retreat

MSSAT, Male Survivors Of Sexual Abuse

Mini Urban Retreat

Saturday 30th June, 1-4pm
The Yoga Corner, Auckland
with Neal Ghoshal

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Born From The Heart

3 hour iRest® Yoga Nidra workshop
with Neal Ghoshal and Una Hubbard
OM Yoga Studio, Auckland, 28th July 2018

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Wisdom of the Moving Body

5Rhythms and Yoga Weekend Retreat
with Sacha Paddy and Neal Ghoshal
Mana Retreat, Coromandel, 31st Aug-2nd Sept

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Renewal

Spring Yoga Retreat
Sanctuary Hill, New Plymouth
with Neal Ghoshal, 29-30th Sept 2018

MSSAT, Male Survivors Of Sexual Abuse

iRest® Level 1 Training

Learn to teach and share
the iRest Path of Meditation.
with Fuyuko Toyota

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J Brown Workshops

FOUR Workshops ONE Weekend
with international teacher J Brown (USA)
24-25th November, Auckland

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Yoga Teacher Training

with Contemporary Yoga.
Programs run throughout the year. Yoga Alliance and Yoga New Zealand certified.

MSSAT, Male Survivors Of Sexual Abuse

5Rhythms | Open Floor Movement

Workshops, Retreats and Classes in Auckland, Waiheke Island and New Zealand
With Sacha Paddy

More Upcoming Events

Hauora Yoga Conference
23-25th November, Auckland

IYTA Yoga Convention, Dunedin
17-20th January 2019
Neal Ghoshal will be the keynote presenter

Donna Farhi 2019
TWO workshops, Auckland
12-18th April 2019
Full details to be released soon – save the dates in your diary!

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These are our passions and they fill our lives. Our vision is to share what we love out to our community and out into the world.

Blog Posts / Articles / News

What Moves You? A cute little video

I recently came across this cute little video ... it beautifully touches on what may be our original motivations for moving out into the world. The beginnings of our movement intelligence may be traced back to our time spent in the womb and our first years post birth....

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I breathe In

This wonderful poem by Anne Powell was recently shown to me by a lovely Yoga student. Feels good to share it. Enjoy! I breathe inI am landI breath outI am listening I breathe inI am riverI breath outI am flowing I breathe inI am kauriI breath outI am strong I breathe...

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A Year of Yoga

Last year I taught a lot of Yoga! So much so that by November I was rather tired, exhausted even. I found that I was way out of balance, working late to keep up with the workload, waking up early when our daughter Tula wakes up. The sleep deprivation was certainly not helping re-gain my vitality.

I felt that my regular classes on Waiheke were suffering somewhat from my tiredness.

I turned up to each class of course but often with only a vague idea of what I would teach. Part of this was actually useful and interesting … how do I teach when I’m under this amount of pressure? Can I improvise class after class?

It was in fact engaging simply to turn up to class and meet whoever walked through the classroom door, and create on-the-fly classes and sequences geared right to these students exactly as they were in that moment.

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Moving Towards Our True Nature

I have been studying the the iRest approach to Yoga Nidra recently and in the teaching manual, founder and teacher Richard Miller talks about the qualities of our true nature:

Loving, Kindness, Presence, Unconditional, Peaceful, Friendliness, Unattached, Happy, Joyfulness, Faith, Trusting, Transparency, Mindfulness, Responsive, Purity, Truthfulness, Contentment, Luminous, Powerful, Knowing, Full, Empty, Tender, Spontaneous, Authentic, Creative, Intimate, Complete, Aware (and more).

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Supported Reclined Bound Angle Posture

Once experienced there is little doubt of the benefits of Restorative Yoga. There are many Restorative postures, but often my students' favourite is Supported Reclined Bound Angle Posture (in Sanskrit, Salamba Supta Baddha Konasana). In this posture we lie back onto a...

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What is Restorative Yoga?

Read The Eight Essentials Of Restorative Yoga >> A few years ago I enrolled on a Yoga Teacher Training course for a year at the Yoga Academy Auckland - I was on a mission to learn more and more about this practice and to equip myself with as much knowledge as I could....

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Chinese Symbol For Presence

I recently took an early morning private group for yoga here on Waiheke at the Marae. It was a very beautiful start to a few days ... practicing as the sun was rising, casting a beautiful light on the ocean shore just down from where we were. We're blessed on Waiheke...

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