Dallas – Redcliffe Outdoor Yoga

“Practiced yoga personally for over 30 years and have been teaching for 4 years.  My studies include Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Yin Yoga, Yoga for Healthy Ageing and Anatomy and am also a Meditation Teacher.

What I love about my job is meeting people and being able to help others through yoga and meditation. It is a lovely spot to start a Sunday morning together”.

Deb – Over 50’s Woody Point, Adaptive Yoga Redcliffe and Community Yoga Deception Bay

Working in a professional field supporting Children and their families for over 20 years, Deb initially completed her Kids Yoga Teacher Training in 2017. She then felt it was time to begin her new journey as a mature aged woman. Learning about how her mind and body operates, she “fell in love with Yoga” and completed her yoga training for “grown ups”, now perusing her dreams of being a successful yoga teacher for all ages and abilities.

Toni – Over 50’s North Lakes

“My goal is to share my passion and knowledge of yoga, connecting with your breath, connecting with fellow yogis and moving your body to bring health and vitality. My favourite quote embodies my approach to teaching:
‘Be the change you wish to see in the world’ – Gandhi. . I look forward to seeing you on the mat!”

Rose – Chair Yoga Arana Hills and Burpengary

Rose has been practicing different styles of yoga for over a decade and started teaching 6 years ago. In addition to her Personal Training and Pilates Instructor Qualifications, she continuously studies all aspects of  vinyasa yoga, yin yoga, chair yoga with a special interest in yoga for brain optimisation, nervous system resilience and to deepen self- awareness. As Rose has learnt to overcome her own stress related health issues through the practice of yoga, breathwork and meditation, she is passionate about sharing these skills with everybody regardless of age, gender and/or abilities.  ” If you can breathe, you can do yoga! ” – Krishnamacharya

Tammy – Outdoor Yoga Narangba

Tammy found yoga (or yoga found Tammy) in her early 20’s after a back injury. Trying many ways to ease the pain she found yoga was a holistic approach. She has been practicing yoga for 30 years, teaching on the mat and chair yoga, incorporating a complete approach for healthy ageing and wellbeing.

“True yoga is not about the shape of your body but the shape of your life” Aadll Palkhivala

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