“Breath is central to yoga because it is central to life….and yoga is about life” T.Krishnamacharya
Rachel is a professional dancer, choreographer, award-winning musician and published poet. Her teaching style reflects her deep engagement with the arts: dynamic and precise with an emphasis on mindfulness.
Rachel is currently facilitating workshops, retreats and trainings in The ISHTA System in Sydney, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Byron Bay, Japan, Switzerland, Munich, Frankfurt and New York.
For general enquiries Rachel@ishtasystem.com Or Ph: +61 2 66847827
Lisa has been fascinated by mind-body medicine and the healing arts for almost twenty years. In 1993, she qualified as a Physiotherapist from Curtin University of Technology.
As a yoga teacher, Lisa is committed to providing safe guidance with an emphasis on alignment. She takes a holistic approach and enjoys teaching anatomy and the physiological benefits of yoga in The ISHTA System Teacher Trainings.
Lisa believes that, when practiced safely, yoga is one of the best forms of exercise for correcting and preventing chronic musculoskeletal problems.
For General Enquires Contact Lisa on 0422 933 141
Annabel is a senior Dru Yoga Teacher Trainer and a psychologist who has been teaching yoga in Byron Shire for 26 years.
Dru Yoga has its roots in hatha yoga, and includes classical yoga postures (asanas), pranayama (the science of breath) mudras (hand gestures), positive affirmations, empowering visualizations and powerful sequences performed in a flowing and dynamic style.
For General Enquires email firstname.lastname@example.org
Maya is a IKYTA certified Yoga teacher, a Khalsa Way Prenatal Yoga teacher and a Y.O.G.A for Youth teacher. She received her training in Los Angeles at Golden Bridge, under the guidance of world-renowned and beloved teacher Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, as well as in India and New Mexico USA. Maya’s classes are fun, heart-felt and meditative
Maya 0413 175 998 or Email: email@example.com
Teach what is inside you, not as it applies to you, to yourself, but as it applies to the other.” Krishnamacharya’s