Introducing our EZYMovez Dance Fitness Instructors...

All our instructors are passionate about dance fitness and create welcoming and inclusive environments in their classes! 

Click on each photo for class details and to find out more about the instructor. 

  • Elaine Magee
  • Staci McLean
  • Michael Taaka
  • Laga Lagatule
  • Richard Ngapera
  • Jane Heenan
  • Naysh Hetaraka-Shelford
  • Summer-Love Bervang
  • Heather Kentsley
  • Melissa Reid
  • Hayley Sparks
  • Jenny Ili
  • Anne Bray
  • Niu Nelson
  • Kazuko Mori
  • Muriel Tuiletufuga
Naysh Hetaraka-Shelford

Naysh Hetaraka-Shelford

EZYMovez Classes with Naysh and Summer Saturday 10:30AM-11:30AM @ WestWave Sport and Recreation, Henderson 

Tena koutou! Ko Naysh Hetaraka-Shelford ahau. There are two things in life I hold close to my heart ‘my culture’ and ‘dance’.  Truly, there is no place I’d rather be than on the dance floor and having the time of my life with friends and whanau. I believe everything in life attaches to our soul, heart and minds and for me this sums up what EZYMovez provides for me and others I’m sure.  It was a few years ago when I first saw EZYMovez emerging but it was Elaine’s passion that struck me. Since then I knew I wanted to be a part of this dance programme. I respect Elaine’s leadership her passion, values, purpose and determination to develop a programme with integrity and humility. I love and appreciate how EZYMovez has this endearing quality which truly, truly brings people together. My testimony that I love to share about EZYMovez is every interaction with the team leaves you feeling equal and included. There’s no bells or whistles just pure dancing with some cool as peeps! I am grateful to be a part of this dance programme and can’t wait to see its evolution grow and grow. I have no doubts at all that EZYMovez will shine bright to every corner of nga hau e wha o Aotearoa and beyond for many, many years.  Nga mihi nui, tena koutou, tena koutou tena koutou katoa.

‘Ki a mau tatou ki nga akoranga hei oranga mo tatou katoa’

(May we continue to learn and grow together)