My classes can be described as “Yoga for the stiff and sore”, because so many people are either sedentary or quite physical and have become tighter over time.
I’m a certified Yoga teacher, having trained at Hot Yoga in Nelson in 2009. For 10 years previous to that I taught a weekly Yoga class in Collingwood, Golden Bay and then in Richmond. I base my Yoga on my Physiotherapy ( anatomy, body mechanics, injury recovery etc) training.
I now teach several weekly Yoga classes in my home studio each of the 4 school terms as follows:
Term 3 2022 classes until September 29th
Monday 5.30-6.50pm: 1 space left (term 3)
Term 4 2022 classes Oct 17th to Dec 20th :
Monday 5.30-6.50pm: 1-3 spaces available
Wed 6.00-7.15pm: REINSTATED Class for term 4: BOOK NOW
The above classes will be running for term 4. There are spaces in all classes.
New students most welcome. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for info
Price break down:
$12 per class if booked for the whole term and paid upfront as per each class above.
$10 for a second class per week booked and paid up front ( the smaller number of classes if applicable).
$15 Casual. I sometimes have casual spaces available for NEW people wanting to check out what “Yoga for the Stiff and Sore” is all about! Please e-mail or text to book a casual class. I will fit you in if there is space!
I limit class size to 14 people. Because of the small numbers, you get more individualized attention from a knowledgeable and practical ex physio than in most Yoga classes which can have from 20-40 people.
I have really enjoyed my first term of yoga with Jacqui. Her knowledge and experience of the body is incredible. She explains so well why we are doing what stretch and what is connected to that stretch. I really love the smaller classes, which means there is time for her to give you that oneContinue reading “Luci- yoga student”
I am 56 and have M.S. This affects my leg strength, co-ordination and balance. It was hard to exercise without some good soul being there to support me. Jacqui suggested Nordic walking, I am thrilled to be able to walk independently around the vineyard, (rough ground) the beach ( soft sand) and walking paths generallyContinue reading “Anne- nordic walking”
Deep breathing, shoulders back,Two light sticks ,..you’ll get the nack.Propelled along,hands held low,Heel then toe’s the way to go.!Our tutor, Jacqui–(and this is no joke-)Says “You gotta walk just like a bloke!” P.C. (82 yrs)
Nordic Walking has revolutionized my walking. I had been a reasonably fast walker before a knee injury had slowed me down and made walking a painful experience. After knee surgery, my knee healed well but I was left with a weak leg, that tired easily. Nordic walking has transformed my walking experience. With Jacqui’s friendlyContinue reading “Ade – nordic walking”
“Good job Jac, I know that you were the catalyst that helped me change many years of soreness/stiffness in my back after only a couple of treatments.I can now say that I don’t suffer the stiffness between my shoulder blades any more – if I feel it coming on, I now know how to changeContinue reading “Brendon – myofascial release”