• Morning - Vinyasa Yoga Class


Morning - Vinyasa Yoga Class


Casual Class


Morning Flow - Vinyasa Yoga Class
Class Description: Gentle, Suitable for Beginners, Level 1-2, Vinyasa Flow Yoga 
Wednesday, 9 am - 10 am (55 min)

A gentle and fluid yoga class to start your day with!  This class is a slower version of a regular Vinyasa yoga class.  A fun-filled class, perfect for the beginner to those with more experience who would like the extra space to deepen familiar postures. 

Focus is on movement with breath, alignment and balance. You will move from pose to pose at a slower pace to build flexibility, strength and breath-movement connection, while occasionally pausing to investigate the structural breakdown of poses.


The key elements of Vinyasa yoga; breath flow, key poses of Vinyasa, correct alignment. The practice involves synchronizing the breath and movement through a continuous flow of postures, and fluid, dance-like sequences that increases strength, flexibility, and stamina and calm the mind. 


Vinyasa yoga is likened to a beautiful moving meditation. Constant awareness of the breath while moving through the poses increases focus and calms the mind. The ability to flow through challenges experienced during a class often leads to a greater ability to flow through life’s challenges with better focus and less stress, and be able to confront the bombardment of home, family, work, and friends with a deeper sense of joy and calmness.

The continuous, steady flow of movements generates internal heat, which helps to detoxify the body and opens the pathways to healing. Vinyasa is a faster-paced, more fitness style of yoga that builds strength, increases bone density, improves cardiovascular and respiratory health, reduces stress, and improves sleep.


Morning Flow - Vinyasa Class Timetable:
Wednesday, 9 am - 10 am (55 minutes)

Beginners are always welcome and we offer a supportive environment as you start your yoga journey.

$15 per class
Eft-pos & credit card facilities available  

Dance 24/7 Studio, 12 Kawakawa Place, NorthWest, Auckland
Straight off North Side Drive, Westgate

What to Bring:
Water bottle, a towel and a yoga mat. There are yoga mats available for you to use, but we do recommend bringing your own.  Mats are also available for purchase.

What to Wear:
You can wear any type of fitness clothes; leggings/tights, shorts, tank tops, t-shirts anything you feel comfortable and can easily move in!  We do recommend to avoid see-through fabrics and loose bottoms if you want to keep your privates parts, well, private.

Pre-Class Checklist:
Arrive early to allow yourself time to set up your yoga mat and to not miss the warm-up!
Avoid eating a heavy meal at least 1-2 hours before your class starts.

First-Class Orientation:
If this is your first yoga practice, be kind to yourself. Rest when you need to and listen to your body.  Arrive 10 minutes before the start of the class to fill in our pre-class questionnaire and to meet your instructor who will help you feel comfortably set-up ready for your first class to begin.

Class Philosophy:
Our yoga classes are non competitive, allowing you the space and comfort to listen to your body by working at a pace that feels comfortable to you!


Do I have to be flexible to practice yoga?

You don’t need to be flexible to practice yoga just as you don’t have to be muscular to go to the gym. It is the practice of yoga itself that helps you build flexibility and strength. Rest assured, it’s not a prerequisite. Come as you are!

Can I practice yoga if I have a medical condition?

If you have medical clearance from your doctor for a current medical condition, then you can go ahead and practice yoga. Otherwise, we suggest you consult your doctor first. That said, many students with injuries, back problems, hypertension, asthma, etc find relief in their yoga practice. Make sure you inform your teacher of any medical condition you have so personalized instructions may be given to you.

If I arrive late, will I be able to take the class?

Things happen unpredictably, so we do allow a grace period of 5 minutes. After that, we close the doors to minimize distraction for those already in the class and to keep the practice safe for you! We suggest taking the next class instead so you start with a calm and collected mind.


Rachel specialises in movement alchemy and body poetry, dance fitness, yoga, botanical beauty nutrition and cuisine, beauty apothecary and chic lifestyle makeovers.

She is a university qualified (BSc-Sport Science) fitness-sports trainer with over 20 years experience.  Her skills and background range from dance fitness, yoga, pilates to training elite athletes and injury rehabilation.  She is also a certified 200 RYT Vinyasa Yoga teacher.

The beauty and elegance of dance captivated her interest from a young age.  In her teenage years her dance fascination turned to Latin dancing.  She competed and placed first in NZ's first ever Salsa and Lambada competition.  It was from here that her dancing career turned professional; dancing for Latin Fever Dance Productions and performing live dance shows in her early twenties.  Later she taught Zumba classes as she loved the incorporation of latin dance into fitness.  The addition of vinyasa yoga is the perfect compliment to her love for movement and it's ability to create personal transformation.

She believes movement is a beautiful way of expressing oneself and provides a wonderful solution to suppleness, strength and centeredness.



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