Here’s a wee-taster-update, so at a glance you get a feel for what’s already been programmed for little YOGA festival 2017.
The workshops will mostly be 90 minutes long for adults and 45 minutes for kids.
Coming down from Auckland are Eridani Baker, Maggie Langeness & Chrissie Cunningham.
Eridani will be offering Jivamukti Yoga.
Maggie is giving SUP Yoga classes at Mount Hot Pools on Saturday & Sunday mornings.
Chrissie a Yoga Chakra Class.
There’s a collection of local teachers such as Kristin from Yoga Collective offering a Restorative class which will leave you feeling deeply cared for and nurtured.
And Stella’s Yin class with music, she’s collaborating with a local musician to bathe you in music as you rejuvenate your being during Yin.
We experienced Alyse Young at Delightful Festival of Body & Sound 2016 and International Yoga Festival 2017. She is a gift. She is also travelling down from Tamaki Makarau to give the popular Shamanic Journey and Embodying your energy.
Deb and Rob will be offering Soundbath & Meditation on Friday night as part of our opening rituals, which was a sell-out at Delightful Festival and continues to be wherever this duo take their magic.
Kati (psychologist and yoga teacher from Germany living in Tauranga) is giving a smaller-grouped workshop for Self-Compassion through Mindfulness.
Giselle Martins brings two workshops, Qigong and Galatic Mayan Archetypes, and is another teacher purely being in the presence of is like communing with God.
Alice Sea is lined up to work her magic with one of the many forms of arts she practices.
Emily will be giving Sing-a-long to the very young members of our festival. Another sell-out class in Delightful Festival sing-a-long features a Playcentre inspired set up with gentle games around the periphery of the room, ukuleles and bells in the centre of a circle of parents and their children who may join in as Emily sings a mix of nursery rhymes and classic ballads.
Kate Brunning lives in the Whakamarama Hills and is world-famous for Stanley the Rabbit and all the tricks she musters for him. Come hang out with this creative who writes the much-frequented Greedy for Colour blog. You’ll be dazzled. She’ll teach those who can already crochet a marvellous pattern of vibrancy.
Navigating around our site:
When you visit our website go to “What’s On” within the hamburger, and choose the workshops, or talks for teacher/presenter details.
On the home page click on the violet “Workshops” section with the rainbow-tighted-yogini.
We’ll write again soon with more juicy updates.
Feel free to share this with your friends and whanau so more people know the scope of our little YOGA festival programme.
We’re thrilled to be crafting Aotearoa’s most handmade and whole-hearted little YOGA festival 2017 for Springtime Mt Maunganui.