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New information following the change in COVID-19 alert levels. massey.ac.nz/coronavirus
These classes are aimed at the general university staff and student population, including beginners.
Our reception team are no longer permitting latecomers to any of our Group Training classes:
|Single class||10 visit concession|
|Students||$5.00||$45 (10 visits)|
|Staff||$8.00||$70 (10 visits)|
|Community / public||$8.00||$70 (10 visits)|
Massey University Gym provides a range of mats, blocks and straps for use.
You are also welcome to bring your own equipment.
Limited car parking is available at Massey University Gym, on a first-come basis. Collect a car parking pass from the gym reception. Additional (limited) pay and display car parks are available at Entrance A on Wallace St.
Note: Failure to display an appropriate permit may result in the issuing of a $50.00 payment notice by CarePark Ltd. CarePark operate independently of Massey University Gym.
The first two classes of each month return to the very basics of the practice. These are ideal for absolute beginners as often these classes are slower and less technical than others.
If you have done some yoga before, or are reasonably fit with a good level of body awareness, you are more than welcome to join the classes at any stage of the month.
Unfortunately it may not be appropriate for those with significant injuries, health issues or women who are pregnant. Please contact David if you are interested, to discuss possible modifications and alterations.
Over the course of a calendar month, classes progressively become more physically and technically challenging, matching pace with participants abilities. The second to last class of the month is often the 'peak' class, where all the preparation work in the earlier parts of the month come together.
The last class of the month, participants are encouraged to make a request for a pose, meditation or pranayama that they would like included in the class. Everyone's contribution then co-create the final class of the month.
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Last updated on Monday 12 October 2020