Founder of Yoga Peace Australia
Certified and registered yoga teacher
Registered children yoga teacher
Like many practitioners, Annie started yoga for the physical benefits of it. Annie gradually realised that yoga was much more than just physical exercise, but in essence it was a holistic approach to total well-being of the body, mind and soul.
Being a very helpful and generous person by nature, Annie loves to share her knowledge and went on to become a yoga teacher. The feeling of being in the front row watching her students transforming with her was immensely fulfilling, meaningful and very rewarding.
Annie continues to focus on her teaching and upgrading her knowledge as a teacher and as a student of yoga. Annie's classes are intentional and purposeful, as she plans every class she teaches. Fundamental alignment, strength-building and breath works are often the main focus in Annie's classes, along with a subtle weave of yogic philosophy, mindfulness and body awareness practice.
Annie believes everyone has a unique ability and anyone can do yoga. Hence her classes are paced to make the practice accessible for those who come to her classes. She is very passionate about empowering her students to discover their inner strength, to find acceptance and calmness in being still, to embrace their limitations and to realize that yoga is not about touching our toes, but what we learn on the way down.
200-Hr Vinyasa Hatha Yoga Teacher Training (Singapore)
300-Hr Level 2 Purna Yoga Teacher Training (Byron Bay-Australia)
50-Hr Advanced Kids Yoga Teacher Training (Sydney- Australia)
50-Hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Bernie Clark
Registered Yoga & Children Yoga Teacher with Yoga Australia
4-Hr Yoga for Lower Back Pain with Aadil Palkhivala, Savitri
Certified yoga teacher
Certified mat and reformer pilates instructor
Coming from a dance and aerial arts background, Jacqueline has suffered from just too many injuries. From shoulder to knee, she has dislocated almost everything you can name and she first got into yoga as a means of restoration, to keep her moving in moderation without further worsening her injuries.
As she dived deeper into her practice, she discovered that yoga is much more than just a physical practice. It not only strengthened her physical mind but also her mentality. This was beneficial to so many aspects in her life and coupled with the support of many inspiring teachers, she began her journey in teaching. Having experienced so many injuries, Jacqueline has an alignment based style of teaching where she challenges her students only within their ability. Her classes are based on a balance of strength and flexibility with mind body connection in mind.
200-Hr Yoga Teacher Training (Sydney-Australia)
Certified yoga teacher
Natalia started her yoga journey when she moved from Argentina to Australia 10 years ago. After some time of practicing different styles such as hatha, vinyasa yin and Bikram yoga, she realised she wanted to share the wisdom of yoga with others.
Her training also brought increased knowledge and interest in pranayama (yogic practice that focuses on the breath) and meditation.
She is a certified yoga teacher with an ability to build relationships with students of all backgrounds and skill levels. She strives to offer students as many options as possible to make their yoga journey nurturing and enjoyable.
Natalia's background as a contemporary dancer provides her with additional understanding on how the body works and how to provide cues for students to respond to instructions.
A IYTA-qualified yoga teacher, Natalia teaches hatha, vinyasa and gentle yoga, always focusing on the importance of connecting the body with the breath in a safe and mindful way.
Credentials: 460-hour yoga teacher - IYTA (Australia)
Founder of Om Yoga Studio, Tehran, Iran.
Certified yoga teacher
Roya has been practicing yoga for more than 15 years. During these years, she has taught numerous styles of yoga and has had different teaching experience for different groups of people from all walks of life. After broadening her knowledge and getting enough experience, she decided to transfer her knowledge for those who are interested in yoga through the birth of her studio in Tehran called Om Yoga Studio in 2020.
At her studio, Roya provides support and teachs approximately one hundred and twenty people on a weekly basis, from beginner to advanced. However, she decided to migrate to Australia in 2021 and after her journey to Sydney, her studio is managed by her colleague but Roya continues to support her students from Iran via online classes.
She believes that anyone ranging from children to elderly people has the ability and potential to practice yoga in different ways. She is a versatile teacher with a passion to encourage her students to discover their inner strength and abilities.
Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher
Certified Yoga Instructor of Iran
Completing 200 hours of training Cyclic Yoga