Yoga for the People Friday 6pm Class

Tight Ass Friday ONLY $10.00 for class!

Our Friday night 6pm class if only $10! Come along give it a try.

If this is your first class with us you are still able to purchase our Introductory Special $20 for 10 Days Unlimited Yoga.



Over the years we have run Koha classes on Friday nights, we selected a variety of charities in the Wellington community to donate money to.

We are currently looking at Sponsorshop opportunites to more effectively support our local community.  More information to come shortly.

Thank you everyone for your support and generosity.

Total donated to date $51,834.4

$230 Pledged to
$515.60 to
$469.20 to
$414.00 Julia Bromley as she represented New Zealand in Quad save the Queen!
$293.00 Cyclone Pam Relief fund
$382.30 St Vincents Art Workshop
$407.50 Help Sierra
$348.00 Make a Wish Foundation
$483.20 Upper Animal Rescue Society Inc
$668.40 NZ Pain Fondation
$480.00 Yoga in Prisons Trust
$675.50 Wellington Family Planning
$413.40 Shave for a Cure
$540.20 Dry July
$879.40 Kaibosh Food Rescue
$333.60 Oxfam Trail Walk
$458.70 Shave for a cure
$843.30 Assitance Guide Dogs
$557.60 Tyrone Russell
$655.80 Huntington's Disease Association (Wellington)
$532.40 Women's Refuge 

$601 Special Childrens Christmas Party
$754.10 Mary Potter Hospice $100 Challenge!
$439.80 St Johns Free Ambulance
$611.80 Epilepsy Foundation of NZ
$796.80 SPCA
$451.40  Mental Health Foundation of NZ
$250.00  Wellington Roller Derby!
$733.60  Wellington Refugees as Survivors Trust
$649.70  Bluelight Ventures
$330.10 Wellington City Mission

$503.80 HUHA - Helping You Help Animals
$598.80 YWCA
$625.80 Experiencing Marine Reserves
$490.10 Red Cross 2011 Quake appeal
$463.60  Downtown Community Mission
$632 Wellington City Mission
$608.10 Life Education Trust
$560.40 Canterbury Quake Relief Fund
$614.70 HUHA - Helping you help animals 
$564.20 Kenbe La Foundation - Haiti
$128 Westpac Rescue Helicopter
$777.90 Plunket
$757.00 Wellington City Mission 2009 Xmas Foodbank Appeal 
$150.70 Children With Heart Defects
$562 Relay for Life
$1,205.10 Victim Support
$1,629.40 Mary Potter Hospice
$634.20 Project K – Youth Development
$682.70 Oxfam Trailwalk Fundraiser
$1,051.70 Wellington City Mission 2008 Xmas Foodbank Appeal 
$877.10 Karori Wildlife Sanctuary
$791.00 Wellington City Mission
$730.70 National Burns Centre
$824.50 National Burns Centre  
$250.80 Wellington Native Bird Rescue  
$2,127.40  Wellington SPCA
$671.10 Movember 2007 (Prostate Cancer Research)
$1,684 Womens Refuge
$591.10 Wellington SPCA
$1,470.70 Wellington SPCA
$2,302.80  Wellington Somali Council 
$559.40 Movember 2006 (Prostate Cancer Research)
$1,611.30 Mary Potter Hospice


  Bikram has changed my life, I have learned to be a lot calmer in myself, learned also to apply the sense of calm in my life, learned to love that little person doing the postures in the mirror and learned to appreciate my body. One of the greatest things about Bikram yoga is the many great nights sleep I get from doing yoga, I wake up feeling wonderful, stretched, clear headed and ready for life. I am also more disciplined about what I eat. Recently I had surgery and I believe that the yoga before and after the surgery helped me to heal quickly.
- Moana Sinclair
  I had had muscular skeletal issues for as long as I could remember, and had always in the past spent a small fortune on physios and chiropractors and the like. I started practising Bikram Yoga about five years ago in London and always felt the benefits straight away, and knew that it was the right exercise for my body, and have stuck with it ever since. Earlier this year, I was having some persistent neck & back issues which saw me seeing a chiropractor sometimes twice a week. They advised me to stop doing Bikram as they said it was not good for my body. I knew in my heart that this would not be the right decision. So I decided to listen to myself more and keep up with my Bikram practice, and do so very carefully, to make sure that I was doing it in the correct way for what my body needed to progress in its own way. This involved letting the teachers know my situation, and ask for their support in my body realignment - to put these issues to rest once and for all! The teachers were all very supportive and helped me take it easy, whilst progress at a good pace. On my part, I had to leave my ego at the door (and really, really leave it there) and take myself to the back row (for I had always been a front row kind of a gal before) and practice very carefully so as not to put a strain on my neck. Then, Ro's workshop came up - practising Bikram with injuries. I jumped at the chance to do it and am very pleased I did. There were some very significant learnings for me which, as far as I am concerned, have revolutionised my practice and my body! I feel so great and really do not experience that pain any more - I feel comfortable and flexible in my body and have amazing energy most days. I haven't seen a chiropractor in six months and have no intention of doing so. I really can't tell you - I feel I am finally practising Bikram in "the right way" - for me. This does often mean sacrificing depth for form - and I know that this is always given in the instructions - however, now I know what it really means to do that, for me. My core stability muscles are strong and the whole of my mid-back has opened up, which means no more neck pain or lower back pain for me. This is of course, is in conjunction with a good diet and a well-balanced life style, and my Bikram practice plays a huge part in that balance. So, a huge thank you to those teachers that supported me at the Wellington studio, thank you for helping me to realign my body - finally - and for your patience and support. Keep up all the good work helping people practice Bikram compassionately. I am very grateful that you brought Bikram yoga to Wellington!
- Charlotte, Business Owner, Wellington
  Originally trying Bikram Yoga out of pure curiosity, I was immediately hooked. Results were instantaneous and continue to culminate on many different levels throughout my practice. I have practiced Iyengar for 10 years but have never felt so energised and Invigourated as I do when I finish a Bikram class. One of the great things about Bikram Yoga is its accessibility to all different types of people from all walks of life who may find other forms of yoga a little daunting to attend or sustain. The class times are well suited for all and the instructors at the studio are friendly and approachable. Bikram Yoga has given me a gift - one of clarity, focus and empowerment. So much so that I am going to do the teacher training in June 2004 and hope to be able to allow others to find that same sense of self through the practice of Bikram Yoga.
- Megan Collier

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