Kundalini House is a beautiful Health Clinic and Yoga Studio offering Kundalini Yoga, Hatha, Vinyasa, Prenatal & Mums & Bubs Yoga. Come in and enjoy the benefits of Yoga and Health!
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Billie is a Kundalini Yoga teacher, Kinesiologist and Bowen/NST practitioner and has been involved in the healing arts for 12 years. She studied Kundalini Yoga in England with the renowned School of Kundalini Yoga (SKY). She has also studied yoga and meditation in France, India and Australia, where she is undertaking her Level 2 training in Kundalini Yoga. She is presently doing an internship to train to become a Kundalini Yoga Level 1 trainer.
Erika was drawn to yoga after visiting India in 1998 which led her to have a on and off practice for 8 years. She later picked up a solid practice at the Brighton Buddhist Centre, UK, in 2006. It was here that Erika became inspired to become a yoga teacher. She later returned to Australia to complete her Advanced Diploma in Yoga Teacher Training 500hrs at the Australian Yoga Academy.
Erika comes from a Hatha/ Vinyasa tradition and bases her classes on Patanjali’s 8 Limbs of Yoga. Her classes are powerful and challenging yet nourishing. There is a strong emphasis on mindfulness and a unique sense of playfulness to her classes. We "take our practice seriously but ourselves lightly". Erika’s classes are suitable for beginner, intermediate and advanced students as various modifications are offered throughout the session.
Guru Jivan Kaur has been teaching Kundalini yoga for 38 years in Asia and Australia. GuruJivan is Lead Teacher Trainer in Australia and New Zealand and the most senior teacher in this part of the world, using a wealth of experience gained over many years, to help others experience their own true Self within and around them. GuruJivan respects each person's individuality and encourages students to pursue their own goals during practice, while herself maintaining the highest level of practice in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, the Master of Kundalini Yoga. GuruJivan has led retreats throughout Asia and Australia. She mentors others to become teacher trainers so that more and more people will have the opportunity to experience what it is to live in Conscious Awareness. GuruJivan studied Psychology and Women’s Studies at Harvard University, Radcliff, and the University of South Australia. Related studies include traditional remedies in both Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, and Naturopathy.
Jane Johnston is a Kundalini & Hatha trained Yoga teacher and is also a Hypnotherapist.
Jane's classes include a short warm up, breath relaxation, guided meditation, wake up breath and movement.
This class will focus expelling negative beliefs and behaviors and focusing on your intention. ie. using positive Mindset to set direction. Working on that dream of yourself, you have in your Mind’s eye.
A great way to start your day and focus your life!
Guided meditation classes take you to that natural state of mind , complete clarity deeper consciousness, centre and balance. This produces the most incredibly powerful results in your ability to promote and create quick change. Promoting mental health and well being affecting physical healing on all levels.
Jane is a qualified Meditation Relaxation Specialist and Hatha and Kundalini Yoga teacher. Her thesis for her International Kundalini Yoga Instructor Certification focused on the science of meditation.
Jane has over 10 years experience as a qualified Hypnotherapist, Meditation, Relaxation Specialist and Yoga teacher. She has a variety of professional qualifications in Hypnotherapy and Meditation from Buddhist, Transcendental, Kundalini Mantra, Guided and Breath work with Australian Clinical Hypnotherapy and works with the experience of Maggie Wilde and Dr Rick Collingwood PHD, two of Australia’s leading and internationally renowned Hypnotherapists. Jane has also studied the Mongan method of Hypno-birthing.
Jaye is an artist/dancer/writer/teacher living with CFS. She has been a practitioner of Iyengar Yoga for 18 years & is an experienced yoga teacher of 6 years practice. She trained in Contemporary Dance at Deakin University (2002) & worked for several years as a dance-maker & new media artist. She completed an Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training course with Alan Goode & taught at Resonate Yoga before returning to teacher training with Peter & Sue Scott at Yoga Jivana. When chronic illness changed her direction in life she went on to study Dance Movement Therapy at IDTIA. She has been practicing Body-Mind Centering for 6 years & participates in ongoing training with Alice Cummins. Jaye has used her skills in contemporary dance, movement therapies, meditation, Iyengar yoga & BMC to navigate a path to living well with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Reconfiguring her yoga practice to support her health needs has been essential to her recovery process & she is enthusiastic about sharing her experience & knowledge with others living with CFS.
Nancy is a qualified Kundalini Yoga and Vinyasa Flow Yoga teacher. Nancy has been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaching since 2008. She has traveled extensively both teaching and immersing herself in yogic study. Her focus is to tune in to our three folded nature: body, mind and spirit. Her classes are challenging while at the same time nurturing, with an accent on honouring and opening to a personal experience that is right for you.
Apart from her love of yoga, Nancy is a crystal singing bowl sound healer for groups and individuals and facilitates creative arts therapy workshops. She has a Masters in community development and a passion for building community.
Rachel Hanrahan is passionate about sharing the benefits of a yogic practice during pregnancy. Prenatal Yoga classes provide the opportunity for women to deepen their understanding, experience and enjoyment of pregnancy. Through the practice of Prenatal yoga, women can consciously connect with the power and beauty of the transformation of pregnancy through developing their inner wisdom. Yoga can help to consciously integrate their physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual well being for a calm, confident childbirth experience.
Rachel has a renewed perspective and understanding of the benefits of yoga after having her son in late 2009. After suffering a range of complications throughout her pregnancy her practice of yoga during her pregnancy brought an innate wisdom of the presence of her baby within to have an integration and expanded capacity to respond to the physical, physiological and emotional changes.
Rachel’s prenatal classes focus on awakening this innate wisdom, to trust, allow, relax and flow. Integrating eclectic knowledge of divine feminine practices, active birthing techniques, Indian yogic, Buddhist and Taoist meditation techniques, conscious relaxation techniques and the profound power of vocal toning techniques.
Practicing yoga, breath work and meditation will not guarantee an easy birth, or a transition into motherhood without difficulty. The practice will empower birthing women to make the most of their vast inner resources. Through the practice, knowledge and experience of yoga, each woman is encouraged to discover her strength, and truth through the transformative journey of pregnancy, and into childbirth and beyond into motherhood.
Rachel has an advanced diploma in yogic teaching, holds a graduate certificate in prenatal yoga and is a certified active birth practitioner.
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