Despite a recent cold snap, it’s been delightful to feel the sun’s warm rays begin to defrost this pocket of the southern hemisphere, as spring’s blossoms remind us – again – the world still turns and all things change. Read one to hear the work YogaNZ have been doing to increase member benefits, and support […]
Matariki brings us an opportunity to assess where we are and our ways forward. It is a time where family and connection are key. When we come together as a collective, with a sense of shared purpose, we are – as the whakataukī describes – like reeds are, at our strongest. Download here
Early 2022 has seen unsettling times both on the world stage and here in NZ – with vast flooding in Australia and now war in Ukraine – to our own country where the knock-on effects of Covid and worldwide events are causing so many disruptions and concerns. How can we find steadiness and remain steady […]
Kia ora koutou On behalf of Yoga New Zealand, I want to personally reach out and check in with you in these very unpredictable times and, importantly, let you know we are here to help! Our sympathies are with studios and teachers in Auckland as they are still unable to safely teach in person at this time. We […]
Here are some free Covid19 resources to support all of our Yoga Whanau There are many challenges that are universal for all businesses that are providers of physical activity, yoga teachers and studios included, we have been able to draw on valuable support and resources from EXNZ. Yoga New Zealand Members feel free to contact […]
The need to move into lockdown during August reminds us of the strong links between each of us, not only close family and friends; our students, peers and teachers; but also, with the wider communities here in NZ and those worldwide. Download Here
Kia Ora Koutou, Winter is often a time to hunker down in the warm, reflect on where we are in our journey,and spend some valuable time with whanau and friends. In our reflections it is useful, as the whakatauki suggests, to consider the past in order to forge the future and this concept is shared with […]
Kia ora Koutou, Changes in our weather and the joy of autumn colours often nudge us into re-discovery as part of the new season. Recognition of such change reminds us of the cycle of nature and may deepen our overall knowledge and awareness. Download the newsletter here!
Kia Ora Koutou What a year 2020 has been! Covid-19 has raged. Lockdowns have brought challenges. Nature has raged with storms, floods and fires. We have all needed to adapt and to find some inner resilience to cope whether that be personally, professionally and/or socially. Many have had to cope with reduced income and even […]
August has brought unsettling times with the return to restrictions and lockdown. It feels different this time round with, for many, the restrictions biting more deeply and with the future unclear… Download the newsletter here!
It is good to share the sense of relief many feel with the lifting of lockdown restrictions. Whilst for some the lockdown gave additional special time for personal and professional reflection, it also needed us to be creative in finding ways to support our students and others in the yoga community… Download the newsletter here!
Welcome to the first Yoga New Zealand (Yoga NZ) Newsletter for members and prospective members. Our organisation is a network of like-minded yoga professionals, from all traditions and styles in Aotearoa… Download the newsletter here!
As part of our relaunch we now have online membership options that include public liability insurance for under $200/year. We also have a new Yoga Council representing the NZ yoga community, for more details on the Yoga New Zealand relaunch read on here.