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Yoga

Yoga has a focus on structural alignment of the physical body. Yoga is suitable for all ages and abilities with the use of props and the ability to modify specific movements depending on injury, illness or ability.

What is Yoga?

Yoga has a focus on structural alignment of the physical body. It aims to bring the body, mind and spirit together for health and well-being through the development of ‘asana’ and ‘pranayama’. Asana is the performance of posture with a focus on detail, precision and alignment. Pranayama is the breathing control that is developed through the practice of asana poses and movement. They both combine to develop strength, mobility and stability.

Yoga is suitable for all ages and abilities with the use of props and the ability to modify specific movements depending on injury, illness or ability.

How can it benefit your health and wellbeing?

    • Provide pain relief from chronic condition such as back and neck pain
    • Reduce stress levels and depression
    • Improve sleep
    • Improve balance and strength
    • Help lower blood pressure
    • Help with the control of inflammatory conditions
    • Improve overall sense of well-being
Our instructors

Are qualified yoga teachers and have all been teaching and practising yoga for a number of years.

Our classes

Join us every Tuesday 6pm – 7pm for Yoga class.  Bookings essential.

Led by talented yoga instructor Celia Loo, this is a Yin Yoga class we call ‘Stretch & Restore’.  A wonderful way to relax, unwind and stretch out.  Class sizes are kept to a maximum of 8.  Beginners are welcome to join.  And all mats & props are provided. Yoga classes are held upstairs at the clinic in our dedicated yoga room.

Please call us on 09 378 6890 to make a booking. Or book online now.

For more group classes at Ponsonby Physiotherapy check out our Classes page:

CLASSES

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