Kate has been practicing Yoga since 1993 and teaching since 1999. She has taught around Australia and studied a variety of styles, and continues to regularly attend workshops and training to stay fresh and inspired as a teacher.
Kate’s classes are creative, explorative and dynamic. She aims to inspire and challenge students to explore their potential whilst maintaining structural and anatomical stability and a respectful approach to their bodies and minds. Kate uses music in her classes as a tool to facilitate and enhance emotive and kinaesthetic body/mind experiences for students.
Along with Donna, Kate established and directs The Yoga Vine.
Donna discovered yoga at a small light filled studio in inner city Sydney over 20 years ago and began a dedicated Ashtanga practice in 2003. In 2010, Donna completed her teaching training, and since then, has continued to broaden her knowledge expanding into contemporary yoga from around the world. She is currently training with Yoga Medicine focussing on anatomy and myofascial techniques.
Donnas’ playful and creative sequencing aims to support people to explore and change safely through their yoga practice. She's a big fan of arm balances, they'll always make an appearance in her Vinyasa classes.
Along with Kate, Donna established and directs The Yoga Vine.
With a background in Remedial Massage, Adrienne has always been interested in learning about the body and functional movement. On finding Yoga Adrienne felt she had discovered a pathway of movement that didn’t feel harmful whilst allowing her to connect at a deeper level internally.
Adrienne completed her 200 hr Vinyasa teacher training in 2013 and is currently studying Yin Yoga. She continues exploring as a student and pursues ongoing Yoga education. Adrienne’s classes focus on creative flows and balanced energy, and she aims to nourish the hidden strengths of students and help them reach beyond their perceived limitations.
Claire finds joy in guiding students to connect with their inner rhythms, letting the tidal breath and driving heart beat serve as DJ for a greater feeling of flow in life. Claire experiences yoga as a system for maintaining a healthy mind, body and energy. Having completed over 700 hours of teacher training and 5 years on the teaching mat Claire is a capable and experienced instructor. Inspired by her teacher Shiva Rea to honour the roots and contribute to the evolution of vinyasa, Claire continues to study in the Prana Vinyasa Flow style.
Cody originally trained in Byron Bay completing her 200 hours in Purna yoga, a holistic style encompassing Iyengar, Hatha and Restorative. Her love of movement has taken her around the world, learning many styles, incorporating Dynamic Vinyasa, Yin/Yang and Power Yoga. She brings an energetic, soulful style to classes and offers a deep, uplifting experience for her students.
Originally from England, Sarah found an instant connection to yoga in 1998 coming back to the practice time and again to eventually find the benefits of a committed practice. Sarah completed her 200 hour teacher training at the Byron yoga centre and has since added yin, kids & teens and pre natal yoga to her training.
To Sarah yoga is about connections, connections to community, to others, and to the self, she believes there is a yoga practice to suit everybody, you just have to find what suits your ‘body’ and the rest will follow.
Teaching from the heart, Karen loves to combine creative sequencing, yogic philosophy and some humour into her classes. After all, yoga is fun too! Trained in the ISHTA lineage of yoga (Integrated Science of Hatha Tantra and Ayurveda), a class with Karen will leave you feeling peaceful, balanced, nourished and content regardless of how you arrived on the mat.
Karen found yoga in her early twenties (or maybe it was the other way around) after a childhood that had more downs than ups. However, since committing to teacher training, it has absolutely transformed her life, with the most valuable lesson being self-love. Karen acknowledges the amazing teachers who have helped her on her yoga journey and continues to learn every single day recognising that she is now an eternal student of yoga.
Jaz has a passion for developing a healthy mind, body and soul within herself and her students. With more than 10 years as a fitness based pole instructor, she also has a degree in Sports Science and has spent the best part of those years continuing to broaden her repertoire of exercise practices with ongoing training in yoga, pilates and fitness. Her playful approach to exercise and movement, combined with her extensive knowledge of anatomy, allows her to bring a skilful, dynamic vibrancy to all her classes.
Katie completed her 200 hour vinyasa teacher training through Yoga Medicine, with an emphasis on anatomy and alignment and her 100 hour yin yang training through Jo Phee, with an emphasis on skeletal variations. Katie has a background in massage, reiki, aromatherapy and personal training carrying elements of these to her yoga classes. Katie hopes to encourage her students to find stillness, peace, awareness and most importantly leave you feeling better than when you first arrived.
From a young age, Haydn trained as an elite level gymnast at the W.A. Institute of Sport and was named in the 2004 Olympic training squad. He also spent 10 years as a professional dancer and acrobat touring all over the world. Haydn has always practiced yoga to keep in tip top shape, mentally and physically and importantly, injury free. He completed his 200 teacher training with Power Living and loves sharing his expertise in anatomy as well as dynamic sequencing. If you're looking for a the finer points of handstanding and other arm balances, Haydn's classes will help you hone your awareness and technique.