Carby is a passionate student of yoga, who loves to share his knowledge and wealth of experience with the students he teaches.

He completed his Ashtanga teacher training in India, and also teaches dynamic vinyasa and meditation.

His current focus is on direct observation of the mind and body through connection to the breath, (pranayama), which he understands to be critical to finding alignment both on and off the mat.







Weiwei is a devoted follower to the practice of yoga and is a very spiritual teacher and guide.

His yoga practice is greatly influenced by the Iyengar style, and he believes the Iyengar book, ‘Light on Yoga,’ is the most influential text for yoga teachers and students.  When teaching he focuses on precision, skill and alignment of yoga poses.

Wei Wei assists students to achieve poses by using props and detailed steps to attain more difficult poses. He will occasionally use walls, blocks or belts and generally demonstrates poses in three levels.  This allows beginners and experienced students alike to benefit from the beautiful practice that is yoga.






Jess is deeply passionate about yoga, on and off the mat, and has been practising and teaching for a number of years. She has a background in Science Communication and a love of languages, which has taken her far and wide on adventures around the globe. Jess was first drawn to the physical benefits of yoga, but in no time at all she found that what inspired her most was the philosophy and the overall sense of balance yoga brought to her life.

Jess practised yoga throughout her three pregnancies, which helped her to stay strong and centred, and become a beautiful Mum to her three young boys.

She completed her Level 1 and Level 2 - 500H Teacher Training with My Health Yoga.

Her classes are fun, dynamic and uplifting. They focus on movement with the breath, as well as building awareness and a deep sense of calm. She believes that yoga is a way of life and she is eager to share the joy of learning with you.    





Kirsten’s classes definitely demonstrate her heart for the practice.

They are a blend of fun, invigorating, alignment based vinyasa, teamed with soulful yogic philosophy and deep meditation.

She encourages her students to express themselves through yoga, to value self-introspection, and to be less reactive and less judgemental.

She is an internationally recognised Yoga Alliance E-RYT teacher, and with her passion for all things yoga, she has completed trainings worldwide totalling over 1300 hours. She is also currently undertaking a diploma in yogic philosophy, and she is keen to share her wisdom and experience with you.




Kelly has a deep love of yoga in all forms, from the ancient philosophical teachings to the modern form of movement, the stillness and peace of meditation to the simple act of loving kindness.

Being a lover of Mother Earth and all her creatures, Kelly has a passion of caring for animals whether it’s in her role as an emergency critical care vet nurse or volunteering abroad with rescue organisations. Here is where she finds the true essence of yoga and connection to source.

Another practice Kelly loves is serving others through healing bodywork, being both a Ka Huna and Zenthai Shiatsu therapist. She continues to learn and grow in both of these modalities, often incorporating it into her yoga classes.

Kelly loves a safe yet explorative approach when teaching her classes, with humour and light heartedness along the way.





Maria is a Venezuelan native who began her yoga journey around 10 years ago. She quickly fell in love with the practice, leading her to do her YTT in Rishikesh, India.

Maria believes the practice of yoga allows us to contribute to the greater good by teaching us how to be present, compassionate, and accepting of ourselves and others. She strongly encourages her students to keep their yoga practice real, with a big focus on the connection between movement and breath. To Maria, transitions can be just as important as the postures themselves, so be prepared to feel the beauty in the "in betweens”.Her hope is to encourage people to use their practice to get to know themselves on a deeper level, so that they can grow stronger, more flexible and fearless both on and off the mat.




Nalini first stumbled into a yoga studio in 2010 to escape the Melbourne winter. She was immediately home.

Drawn to the beautiful dualities she found throughout her practice; between strength and flexibility, between control and letting go, using movement to find stillness, and moulding the body to harness the mind, Nalini knew that yoga would be a life-long journey. She completed a 200 hour hatha yoga teacher training course under the guidance of Don Peers at the end of 2015.

As a teacher Nalini is passionate about creating interesting and unpredictable flow sequences that move fluidly whilst maintaining a strong alignment focus. Learning as much from her students as she does from her teachers, Nalini is so grateful to be doing what she loves, and caters for all ages and levels of ability in her classes.



Ivana is passionate about sharing her love of yoga, and she has an authentic approach to teaching which stems from her varied experiences in life.

She began a regular vinyasa practice in 2011 and completed her 200 hour teacher training in Hatha Vinyasa Flow with Yoga Alliance in Darjeeling, India, in 2015. The creative and dynamic nature of vinyasa yoga was what drew her to this style of the practice.

She is dedicated to creating a nurturing and safe environment for students of all levels to support inward focus and exploration of the body, mind and spirit. Her classes are mostly focused on alignment, building strength and flexibility, with students moving from one asana to the next in a controlled, slow and safe manner.

Ivana also has a deep love of yin yoga, and has experience teaching it, as well as yoga for kids.




Arissa is a devoted student of yoga, filled with passion and purpose for helping people focus their attention and cultivate mindful awareness, as a source of deep healing and building personal resilience.

She has been sharing the teachings of yoga for over a decade and is also the lead psychologist of the award-winning workplace well-being provider, MateCheck.

Arissa focuses on helping students deepen the connection they have to their breath, (pranayama), while transitioning through specific postures (asanas), to invigorate and integrate the mind and body towards a state of optimal health and well-being.




Jane was introduced to ashtanga vinyasa yoga 5 years ago and was immediately curious to delve deeper into the ancient wisdom embodied and expressed in yoga.

Her many years in the health and sports industries combined with yoga and meditation has helped Jane to further develop and maintain a balanced approach to life.

In 2017 she completed her 200 hour hatha yoga teacher certification and is forever a student on a path of lifelong learning.

Jane's gentle, nurturing approach to teaching helps install peace while gently opening and strengthening the muscles and bringing the students awareness to the breath, body and mind.






Harmony’s life motto is to “Live an Inspired Life”. She loves to inspire others to live in their true spirit and embrace their unique essence through yoga and Ayurveda.

Harmony has over 14yrs experience in the health and fitness industry, is a registered nurse and mother to twin boys.

Harmony weaves ancient Ayurvedic principles and teachings into her yoga classes, and adds a modern twist so that her students can find balance and clarity in the fast-paced society we live in.

Harmony teaches both Vinyasa flow and yin yoga with soulful energy and a heart full of passion. She advocates that yoga is for “EVERY BODY” and she can’t wait to share her practice with you.







Rachel has a background in martial arts and distance running but has left these behind when she discovered the healing benefits of slowing down and cultivating awareness through yoga.

She did her yoga teacher training back home in Canada in 2010 and has since continued learning in areas of meditation, reiki, restorative yoga, yin yoga and Anusara yoga.

As a high school teacher, she is passionate about making yoga accessible to people of all ages and body types and integrates these practices into her school community.

Come try one of her classes to cultivate more presence through breathing and feeling in the body.