Dr Clive Farrelly received his Masters of Chiropractic in 2012 and is a dedicated Iyengar yoga teacher and practitioner, which has been his main passion for the last 20 years. He travels to India often and studied with the late BKS Iyengar, who is known as the world’s most respected and leading exponent on yoga to date.
Clive teaches Iyengar yoga every year in the Czech Republic to the physiotherapists of Motol (Prague city hospital). His success and collaboration with the physiotherapist in Europe has given Iyengar yoga therapeutics a definite role in treating future patients in need of rehabilitation at all levels. Clive’s deep understanding and appreciation of yoga and indeed holistic Chiropractic care, keeps him focused on helping people to embrace their own health, so that the body and mind has the infinite capability to heal from the inside out.
YogalatesTM Trainer, Purna Yoga Teacher, Insight Yin Yoga, Prenatal & Mindful Stillness Based Meditation Facilitator - Level 2 Teacher Registered with Yoga Australia
Rachael first started practicing yoga during her pregnancies and enjoyed the many benefits of pre-natal yoga. Rachael trained under John Ogilvie, Byron Yoga Centre, and became a qualified teacher in Purna Yoga. Furthering her studies with Yin Yoga, Pre and Post Natal Yoga, Yogalates and Mindfullness (MBSM at the Gawler Institute, Victoria). Her studies has given Rachael an in depth appreciation to care for various ages, nurturing the mental health of each individual enabling you to feel safe and supported in body and mind.
Shontelle is a qualified 350hr Yoga teacher registered with Yoga Australia. Shontelle completed her studies with My Health Yoga and has also gained certification in Kids Yoga, Postnatal and Mum’s n Bub's. Shontelle practices yoga because it helps her honour who she is. It's not about flexibility or how long you can hold a handstand. It's about discovering and connecting to your personal truth. Shontelle's passion is to share yoga with as many people, from different backgrounds, ages and abilities. Each age group can gain what they need from yoga through gentle movement or meditation. Shontelle likes to think of her classes as moving meditations.