Class Descriptions

Crescent lunge pose (Anjaneyasana) in Flow classes at Yogatech Collective in Auckland, New Zealand

Flow

  • SLOW - A slower, more mindful class with emphasis on alignment and focus to calm the mind.  Modifications allow this class to be accessible to all levels.  A great place to start as a beginner.
  • FLOW - A practice of coordinated, breath-to-movements sequences aimed at opening and strengthening the body and mind.  Modifications allow this class to be accessible to all levels.
  • DYNAMIC- A powerful, energetic flow where poses fluidly move from one to the next.  This class suits experienced students who want to take their practice to the next level. 

Ego Eradicator with Breath of Fire in Kundalini Yoga at Yogatech Collective in Auckland New Zealand

Kundalini Yoga & Meditation

  • The perfect class to bring mind, body, and spirit into harmony.  This practice combines movement, dynamic breathing, music, and meditation.  Kundalini yoga is an ancient technology to balance the glandular system, sharpen the nervous system, and aid the self-healing process.  With regular practice, you can remove the blocks that stop you from living as your authentic Self.

Warrior III (Virabadrasana III) in MYOGA classes at Yogatech Collective in Auckland, New Zealand

MYOGA

MYOGA is a fusion of influences woven together, including traditional asanas (postures), pranayam (breath control practices), mudras (the yoga of hand symbols), as well as meditation-in-motion, sound, laughter, core awareness, & yoga therapy techniques. There are also unexpected influences woven in, such as poetry, martial arts & First Nation wisdom. These are all like tools in a tool box, each one chosen because it is currently the most effective & efficient tool for the job at hand.  


  • MYOGA BASICS - Firm your foundations by developing a regular practice of flexibility & strength in your extremities, along your spine, in your core, & in the major mantles of hips & shoulders. 
  • MYOGA SEASONS - This signature series integrates the 4 seasons with the 7 chakras for a full year of progressive practice. 
  • MYOGA SOUNDS - Sounds are breathing (pranayam) & sounding (mantra) meditations which operate as speedy tools within themselves to shift your vibration & reclaim your calm. 
  • MYOGA RESTORES - By accepting the supports around us, we focus on freeing joints, cultivating awareness, and developing spaciousness in body-mind-spirit. 
  • MYOGA MAMAS - Pregnancy yoga suitable for women who are looking to stretch & strengthen safely & also to cultivate a more conscious relationship with sensation, self & child.  

Using the ring in Pilates classes at Yogatech Collective in Auckland, New Zealand

Pilates

  • PILATES - A practice based on six CORE principles; Concentration, Control, Centering, Breathing, Precision, Flow. The practice focuses on core strengthening and muscle lengthening.
  • YOGALATES - A fusion practice that combines Pilates exercises with the postures and breathing techniques of yoga. 

Supta Baddha Konasana (reclined butterfly) in Yin at Yogatech Collective in Auckland, New Zealand

Yin / Restorative

  • YIN - A meditative, thoughtful practice of longer held floor poses that passively stretch tissues around the joints to regulate energy flow and release tension.
  • YIN YANG - This class creates balance in body and mind.  A stimulating, dynamic practice to strengthen, followed by restorative yin postures to enhance mindfulness.

Specialised Classes

Pre-Natal Yoga

Pregnant woman at Prenatal Yoga Classes at Yogatech Collective in Auckland New Zealand

Pregnancy yoga is suitable for women who are looking to stretch and strengthen safely, and also to cultivate a more conscious relationship with sensation, self and child. Find the freedom to unfold with your changing body.


During pregnancy, you want to stay in shape and do what is best for your baby-to-be. Prenatal yoga is a wonderful way to do both. In our go-go-go world, yoga offers a much-needed opportunity to slow down and connect with your baby and the transformation you are experiencing. 


Whether you are new to yoga or are already an experienced practitioner, you can enjoy the many benefits of yoga while pregnant. 

Mums & Bubs Yoga

Mother and baby at Mums & Bubs Yoga classes at Yogatech Collective in Auckland New Zealand

After you have a baby, you may be eager to practice yoga. After nine months of pregnancy, it feels good to start doing things that help you reconnect with your body.


The most important thing to remember is that your postpartum body may be very different than the body you had before getting pregnant. This can be frustrating, but try not to get caught up in thinking about what you used to be able to do. You have to work with the body you have now, not the one you had nine months ago. 


We offer a gentle flow yoga with a focus on post natal fitness. The class is designed to enable the baby to be present and their needs attended to without leaving the space. 

Family Yoga

Mother and child at Family yoga classes at Yogatech Collective in Auckland New Zealand

Family is so important, and time and care are needed to nurture it and make it work; yoga is perfect for this! Children, parents, grandparents, and carers get to enjoy practicing yoga together and strengthen their bonds while they support each other and have fun. 


No mobile phones, no iPads or TV, no other duties…it’s just you and your children. There will be toys and colouring if the kids want to play. Expect a bit of noise and fun in a community of like-minded parents who want to experience the benefits of yoga without having to find a babysitter. 


 Family Yoga is an opportunity to meet other parents and create a new community of like-minded people.