Featherston St

Level 2, 139 Featherston St
(04) 499 4257

Lower Hutt

21-23 Andrews Ave
(04) 589 8381

Events

108 Sun Salutations

Join us for '108 Sun Salutations' to celebrate International Yoga Day and the arrival of the Matariki Winter Solstice.

Featherston Street & Lower Hutt studios |

Jun

19

Jun

20

Featherston Street Studio - Saturday 19 June, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Book in-studio or e-mail info@hotyogawellington.co.nz


Lower Hutt Studio - Sunday 20 June, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Book in-studio or email lh@hotyogawellington.co.nz.


Entry is by Koha donation (CASH ONLY/ NO EFTPOS). Proceeds will be donated to the Wellington Homeless Women’s Shelter wellness programme.


What is this about?

Join Yoga Rhapsody and Chrissy Kan for a guided practice of 108 Sun Salutations accompanied by live acoustic guitar and vocals at our Hot Yoga studios.

Not sure if you can make it through 108? You will be guided safely through this moving meditation, with plenty of opportunities to pause, rest and recharge. You’ll be able to move at your own pace, take breaks, do as much or as little as you like, and modify your shapes if necessary.


Restore & relax into winter - Introduction to restorative yoga, breathing and Yoga Nidra

With Karina Shaw

Lower Hutt | Standard HYW class prices/passes apply.

Jun

19

Jun

26

Jul

3

Jul

10

4 x Saturday sessions (June 19 - July 10), 11:00am - 12:15pm (followed by chat + herbal tea)

What is this about?

Join us for a series of workshops with Karina Shaw to bring your body and mind back into a state of harmony and balance.

Explore mindfulness and relaxation techniques through slow meditative movement and supported restorative asanas.

Find a deep state of well-being with basic breathing methods and Yoga Nidra (conscious deep relaxation).

What to bring?

Bring a yoga mat, bolster or cushions for comfort during supported poses, warm layers and a towel for Yoga Nidra relaxation. The room will be slightly heated/studio room temperature, but not as hot as in other Hot Yoga classes.

What if I can't make all sessions

For a full experience of the practice, attending all classes is recommended, but if you are not able to, you can still join us on the days that suits. Please let us know when booking.

How much will it cost?

Standard HYW class prices/passes apply.

How do I book?

Book online (see links below), in-studio or e-mail.

19th June session

26th June session

3rd July session

10th July session


Lets roll series - Explore self-massage techniques for tension and pain management

With Ryan Tunstall

Featherston Street studio | $85 for 3 classes including a set of Therapy Balls to keep.

Jun

26

Jul

3

Jul

10

3 x Saturday sessions (26th June - 10th July), 2:30pm - 3:30pm

What is this about?

This series of classes will awaken your body senses and heighten awareness of your own tension, pain and coordination. Ryan will be running a series of three self-care classes teaching the Roll Model® Method - a simple self-massage treatment using grippy rubber balls to help explore and reduce your aches and pains by rolling them out.

The Therapy Balls provide targeted self-massage trigger point therapy - we will use these balls and focused movement routines to help knead through layers of soft tissue; skin, fascia and muscle. 

The Roll Model® Method was created by Jill Miller. It brings together the study of anatomy and movement, forging links between fitness, yoga, massage and pain management. Ryan is New Zealand’s only certified Roll Model® Method Practitioner.

What to bring?

Therapy Balls will be provided. Bring a yoga mat, a towel and a bottle of water. It may be easier to use the Therapy Balls over more fitted clothing. The room will be slightly heated/studio room temperature, but not as hot as in other Hot Yoga classes.

What if I've never done this before?

You don’t need to have any prior experience with the Roll Model® method. The class will be instructed by Ryan. The sensation will be similar to a deep tissue massage techniques but self-guided – you’re in control of your own pressure.

What if I can't make all sessions?

Currently this is running as a series cost only.

How do I book?

Book online, in-studio or e-mail.



Book online

From Teacher to Facilitator - the Art of Communication

With Maria Gorham

Lower Hutt Studio | Cost for 300 hour certification (all 4 modules): $4800 ($1200 per module) - special price only for 2021!

Jul

17

Jul

18

Aug

4

Aug

8

This is one of the modules offered as part of the New Zealand Yoga Collective 300-hour yoga teacher training certification - our modules can be completed in any order to suit your needs.

This module is set out to be one of personal transformation, joy, growth, learning and authenticity - from the inside out. Building on your foundations and understanding of self - as a yogi, teacher and human being.

In this module you will have the opportunity to:

- Team teach in a public class with other teachers, creating a themed class, demonstrating your skills, abilities, styles and approach.

- Delve deeper into looking at what yoga is to you off the mat and what your personal blue print is and communicate this in a talk that will be videoed and critique.

- A two day weekend setting up with a voice coach, guest speakers, setting the scene and preparing for the 5 day block.

- Re-visit and deepen your own understanding of the 8 Limb Path, Chakras, Kleshas, Koshas and Mudras.

Offering you plenty of playful theory and practical skills, this module is not to missed if you are ready to transform your teaching.

Book online

Functional Anatomy & the Landscape of Artful Sequencing

With Sam Rozitis

Lower Hutt Studio | Cost for 300 hour certification (all 4 modules): $4800 ($1200 per module) - special price only for 2021!

Oct

28

Oct

31

Nov

27

Nov

29

This is one of the modules offered as part of the New Zealand Yoga Collective 300-hour yoga teacher training certification - our modules can be completed in any order to suit your needs. 

Anatomy

During this module, you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the anatomy and biomechanics of the axial and appendicular skeleton. Each day will begin with an exploration of the functional range of motion of a specific region of the body, and how to evaluate this in your students. You’ll learn how to use yoga to address issues that often present themselves on the mat.

Sequencing

Moving beyond the traditional methodology of sequencing, we’ll explore the “why” behind every posture you incorporate into your classes. You’ll learn how to structure your class planning, and how to use anatomy, philosophy and impactful theming to inform your classes.

“We don’t use the body to get into a pose. We use the pose to get into the body.” - Bernie Clark

Book online