Meet Our Yoga Teachers
Yoga inspires me to live each moment more mindfully. Completing my 500 hour Hatha yoga teacher training in December 2016, I have continued to learn through workshops and additional Training. I know I will always be a student of the practice and am deeply grateful for the loving wisdom my teachers have shared with me.
My classes combine a spirit of playfulness, vinyasa flows, slow flow, yin and a dose of inspiration to help deepen the yoga practice. Body, mind and spirit.”
Hence, she utilises yoga and its practices of meditation, breathing techniques, ethics, postures and devotional practices, to connect with the heart, the core. She is passionate about developing mindful, creative and spiritual classes that allow individuals to tap into the tools that connect with their own truth, whenever and wherever they are ready. In addition to Maria’s passion for Restorative Therapeutics and Yin Yoga she loves to teach Vinyasa Flow and Hatha Yoga. Having completed over 500 hours of Yoga training she branched out into complementary areas, continuing her studies, focusing of various aspects of therapy including hormonal and emotional issues for mature aged women, fertility, menopause and therapy post mastectomy. She also likes to draw on her extensive background as a social worker and counsellor, her passion for therapy as well as focusing on Thai Yoga Therapy Massage and Reiki.
Passionate about living the essence of yoga every day, both on and off the mat, Fiona is committed to the ongoing exploration of the path. She teaches sequences that are creative and flowing while keeping a close eye on safe alignment. Students are encouraged to turn their awareness inward during the practice, move consciously and connect with the needs and abilities of their own unique body. Fiona aims to help enable her students to step off the mat feeling more connected with Self, more spacious and balanced.
“….. I have always loved keeping fit and Yoga began as an alternative form of exercise, however it quickly became more and a way of life. I have found there is nothing else like it, you come away after a Yoga practice feeling so wonderful on so many different levels, not to mention the Yogi high! I love the way yoga holistically enriches the mind, body and soul. Especially today when life is so fast paced, getting on the mat gives me a chance to quiet the mind and find peace within.”
Vanessa is RYT 200 Yoga Teacher Training Accredited and she offers a yoga class which flows but is based on building strength and flexibility.
Louise has been practicing yoga for over 17 years but it wasn’t until a trip to Vietnam in 2017 that lit a spark inside of her, she started practicing yoga every day, which then led her to follow her yoga dreams. To this day she still doesn’t know what happened in Vietnam but draws on her yoga journey from spirituality, philosophy and a curiosity of how far she push her body to its limit. Louise aims to inspire others through their own practice and work towards achieving their goals.
Casey received her 300 hour training certification from Yogadarshanam Mysore, India whilst living in the Middle East. She also previously created and ran her own yoga studio in England prior to relocating to Melbourne. Casey is a well seasoned traveler having lived in the US where she was born before finding her feet in the UK as well as living in the Middle East for a while. Her classes focus on a combination of authentic Hatha Yoga and Vinyasa Flow with an emphasis on mindfulness & anatomical benefits to the body. She’s not shy about making you sweat whilst also making you smile and her classes leave you feeling the benefits to your physical body whilst your mind is calm, relaxed and refreshed. Casey believes that everyone can benefit from yoga and prides herself on creating a warm and friendly atmosphere where it is possible to escape the stresses and challenges of everyday life in a safe and welcoming environment
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