Yoga

Glen Crofskey runs “Dynamic Yoga” classes from his own relaxed studio in Mangawhai. Glen incorporates vinyasa (flowing sequences with an emphasis on synchronising movement and breath) with strength and stretch work and relaxation.

Glen calls his style of yoga “dynamic” as that means a force that stimulates change or progress, and that is his aim for anyone who takes his classes – change for the better.

Dynamic Yoga aims to benefit everybody interested in improving their physical body, from practicing yogis to those who have never done yoga before, and is a great tool for stress relief as “it is often easier for the mind to find stillness in movement”.

You do not need to be flexible, as that improves over time, and the classes will be challenging, but safe and fun.

“If you take yoga too seriously, then you’re not doing it right.”

Dynamic: meaning of

Pronunciation: /dʌɪˈnamɪk/

Adjective (of a process or system): characterised by constant change, activity, or progress

(of a person): positive in attitude and full of energy and new ideas.

Noun:  a force that stimulates change or progress within a system or process

Glen is also keen to run workshops, give private tuition sessions and one off classes for parties, events and get togethers…. hit him up for other your own tailored session for yourself or a group.

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“No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training; it is a part of their profession as a citizen to keep themselves in good condition. …What a disgrace it is for a (person) to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which (their) body is capable.” Socrates

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