Happy New Year!

 

Classes for the year have started: 

Between the 8th January and the 17th the class timetable will be as normal.

Wellington Weekend - 18th to 20th - No classes

Normal daytime classes on 21st, 23rd and 24th January.

No classes on the evenings of 21st, 22nd  and 23rd of January. 

No classes on Saturday 25th January

Lynnes Wednesday morning 10am class starts on 29th January

All classes back to normal on Monday 27th January. 

 

Please leave your contact on the contact page so I can keep you updated with whats happening at Yoga on the Square. 

 

Beginners Classes: 

7.15pm to 8.30pm - Monday evenings

5.45pm to 7pm - Wednesday evenings

These classes will start from the ground up to help you build a Yoga practice for yourself.

This class will cater for those new to Yoga. 

Register your interest with Jyoteeka 

Cost : $70 for 5 classes or $140 for 10 classes

 

 

Yoga on the Square was established in 2005 by Jyoteeka Cummings. It is based at Westside Chambers in the Square of Palmerston North. There are classes for beginners through to experienced students. Private sessions are available on request.

Jyoteeka is the principal teacher. She is a certified Junior Intermediate Level 3 teacher in the Iyengar System. She did her initial training with Peter Scott from Melbourne and she has also travelled to Pune, India to study with the Iyengar family. Demelza Campbell is also teaching at Yoga on the Square. She is a certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher. 

At Yoga on the Square, the poses are taught in the tradition of the Iyengar system. They are done dynamically so as to make the body strong and supple. Instruction is given on how to align and fine tune the postures as this brings more energy into the body, as well as bringing focus to the mind. The poses, when done correctly, have various physical and psychological effects, improving health and maintaining an overall sense of well being.

Yoga is a process of self-transformation. The mind is engaged to develop awareness of and transform one's physical and mental state. The body, in the form of various postures (or asanas), is used as a tool to achieve this.

Please note, you don't have to be flexible to do yoga! You just need to have an open mind and a willingness to learn. Choose a course or class to suit your needs. Make every effort to attend regularly. Improvements will naturally follow.

Jyoteeka Cummings


Iyengar Yoga Palmerston North, New ZealandJyoteeka Cummings, Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher