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Yoga (Adults 16+) ONLINE

Relax your mind and boost your wellbeing. Entry is free, or you can make a koha donation, but you need to register in order to be sent the Zoom link to the class.

  • Sundays, to
    10:00 am - 11:00 am
Free or koha donation
Megan Adams
TAPAC class

Connect with your body, reduce stress and boost your wellbeing in this online beginner level yoga class with professional dancer and yoga practitioner Megan Adams…

Megan has an extensive background in contemporary dance and has practised yoga for over 20 years.

This beginner level class will explore yoga postures with a focus on alignment and precision and will cater for all abilities, especially those who are new to yoga.  

Please have a mat, two blankets and a belt available if possible. 

All Zoom links are sent to you automatically 30 minutes before the class starts but if you do not receive a link or are unable to find it please email [email protected]

Please try to join the class 5-10 minutes before so that the tutor can sort out any issues and direct you in how to optimise your Zoom settings for a better experience before they get the class started. We recommend that you use a device which has a microphone, speakers and camera for all TAPAC classes. You will be asked at the beginning of each class to turn on your microphone and camera to say hello. After this you may turn off your camera if you choose.

Teaching artist

Megan Adams

Megan Adams

Megan, a graduate of the New Zealand School of Dance, works as a dancer, choreographer, rehearsal director and teacher. She has tutored at TAPAC, Unitec, PIPA and Toi Whakaari (the NZ Drama School) and has worked in schools as a dance education tutor for the Royal New Zealand Ballet Company, Markham Arts and Atamira Dance Company.

Megan was Douglas Wright's choreographic assistant and worked on the NZ, Australian and European tours of Black Milk (2006), Rapt (2011 and 2013) and The Kiss Inside (2015 and 2016). She has also choreographed various other stage works including 360 (NZ International Arts Festival 2010 and Auckland 2014) as well as working in film. Megan also works as the rehearsal director for Atamira Dance Company.