Ebb and Flow Yoga ~ Great Barrier Island

Ebb and Flow Yoga offers visitors to Great Barrier Island a great opportunity to join like-minded locals in regular yoga classes held at various locations around the island. We invite you to slow down, relax and rejuvenate for a few days.... Reconnect with your true essence and find contentment & peace in this beautiful, unspoilt paradise.
If you'd prefer a more personal experience, for yourself or your group - let us know, we're happy to arrange something to suit your requirements.

Take a look at our up-coming Yoga Retreats at the bottom of this page...

  • All levels of experience are welcome.
  • All props (mats, blankets, bolsters, straps, blocks) are supplied.

Regular Yoga Classes

Restorative Yoga... Long held, supported poses to create ease in the mind.
We use the breath to draw our focus inward, to calm the nervous system, to let go, to relax, to rejuvenate. This practice is gentle, but powerful… releasing deep layers of tension. We are supported by our props which allow us to feel safe and secure, so we can release and relax. We create a sense of ease within our hearts and minds, allowing our body to unwind and surrender.

Mondays 4.30pm – 6.00pm
Claris Conference Room,
Claris Sports Club
Whangaparapara Road, Claris

Yin Yoga... Slow, steady, long held poses to create ease in the body.
On a physical level we target the body’s yin tissues to increase our range of motion, our mobility…. to juice our joints. The practice involves less muscular engagement than our yang form of exercise, providing a wonderful balance.

Wednesdays 4.30pm – 6.00pm
Claris Conference Room
Claris Sports Club
Whangaparapara Road, Claris

Yang Yoga... Flowing, dynamic poses to create strength and stability in the body.
Yang-style yoga postures focus on our muscles – contracting and relaxing them. Blood flow is stimulated, our muscle tissue becomes more elastic. Flexibility is improved with repetitive and rhythmic stretching.

Fridays 10.00am – 11.30am
Port Fitzroy Boat Club
Port Fitzroy

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