Prema is a Hatha/Yin/Restorative Yoga teacher currently residing in the hills of Roleystone. Prema first discovered Yoga in 2000 while attending her local gym. She started practicing Yoga as part of a fitness routine, however, quickly became drawn to the stillness and quiet she found in her practice.
Prema has completed over 500hr of training including: 200hr Hatha/Vinyasa Flow/Yin Yoga Teacher Training, 150hr Yoga Teacher Training, 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Jo Phee (focusing on Yin/Yang Flow, Yoga Nidra & Shoulder Anatomy), 40hr Teaching Yoga Course & Savasana Course with Judith & Lizzie Lasater, 30hr Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training in Perth, 15hr Restorative Yoga & Yoga Nidra Teacher Training, 30hr Yoga Psychology and has undertaken various courses in Anatomy, Mind-Body Connection and Yoga Philosophy over the years.
Prema holds a Certificate in Health Coaching with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is currently studying a Diploma in Counselling with Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors. Additionally, she has been involved in personal development, group work and exploring the workings of the mind since 2010.
Through intention, meditation, pranayama and asana, students leave Prema’s classes feeling uplifted, refreshed and relaxed.
Indi aims to bring joy and lightness to his classes whilst guiding students into deep states of relaxation within themselves. It is his wish that students step off the mat feeling refreshed, nourished and balanced.
Yoga has been a part of Indi’s life since 2001 when he began to explore different ways to work through health issues and stress. His Yoga practice led to improvements in his physical health and a desire to deepen self-inquiry. In 2015 he completed his 500hr teacher training in Ashtanga yoga. Indi is known for his friendly and quirky approach to teaching and for his proficiency and generosity in sharing his knowledge.
Indi also has a deep love of music spending many years playing the guitar and drums and producing music.
Indi’s classes will have you feeling rested, peaceful and loosened.
Kali Ledger is a passionate yoga, dance, music and meditation enthusiast. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Performance in 2008 and her Post Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary Dance and Drama) at Edith Cowan University in 2009.
In 2011 Kali created and began to teach her own movement classes, working with women through different forms of dance as a mindfulness practice to enhance fitness and flexibility, improve self-expression, and facilitate the transmutation of negative energy.
In 2015 she completed her Diploma of Counselling (AIPC) and began to work as a spiritual minister for The Vishrant Buddhist Society, serving the community and helping others on their path to higher consciousness.
In 2018, she completed her 200hr Hatha/Vinyasa Flow Teacher Training. Kali teaches Pilates, counsels and runs mini yoga retreats and courses at Restful Waters.
Bek is a personal trainer & yoga teacher and has been practicing yoga for 6 years. Bek fell in love with her Yoga practice and the benefits it was bringing to her life and in 2019 decided to do a 350hr yoga teacher training with Yoga Space in Perth. In 2020 she completed her Yin Yoga training with The Yoga Vine, Perth.
“Yoga has so much to offer everyone, not only physically but allowing a connection to Self, to our body, mind, and soul which creates overall wellbeing helping us achieve a balanced, calmer life.”
Bek encourages participants to focus and connect with themselves and experience their yoga practice however it is they need to on that day in that class.
A friend introduced Michelle to Ashtanga Yoga while she was teaching English in South Korea in 2001. When Michelle started her Yoga practice, she thought of yoga purely as a physical workout. As her journey continued, she began letting go of her ego and competitive nature and became more in tune with what her body, mind and soul needed.
She practices yoga now to keep herself strong yet nimble, to smile, to help calm her mind and as a reminder to stay present in this wonderful moment. Yoga has continued to guide Michelle through motherhood. With two young & spirited girls, her mat is a place where she can find peace and share it with them. She believes yoga can provide the balance we need in life to be kind, positive, patient and giving people.
Leading a light-hearted Vinyasa Flow class blended with functional or somatic movement is what Michelle truly enjoys. She also holds a deep respect and value towards Restorative/Yin Yoga. She has taught a variety of students over the years from university athletes, beginners, children and people with specific mobility needs.
Susan’s passions for the health, wellbeing, and sustainability of ourselves and our planet find her embracing a life that can only be called eclectic. You will find her love of Yoga infused into every corner of her world.
Susan’s relationship with Yoga spans over 20 years and several modalities. She is a 500-hour Hatha trained teacher, with further teacher training in Restorative Yoga, Yoga Nidra and Breath Centred Yoga Anatomy. Susan also holds a Bachelor of Science in Laboratory Medicine.
Susan aims to bring a sense of empowerment to her classes, teaching movement as a response to breath, and awareness to the stillness within. Her goal is to bring an understanding that Yoga is accessible to everybody and that we can weave our Yoga practice into our lives in such a way that we feel a gradual shift from doing Yoga to being Yoga.
Susan’s belief that we are all forever students, guides her to a deeper exploration of Yogic philosophies and teachings. Her core belief is Love.
Melanie has completed 500 hours of Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training (level 1, 2 & 3) through the nurturing tutelage of internationally acclaimed teachers of 8limbs Yoga, Monica Gauci and Gregor Maehle.
Melanie is committed to the practice and philosophy of Patanjali’s 8 limbs, aspiring to live yoga on and off the mat.
Passionate about merging yoga and holistic health to complement her ongoing work in the field of addictions and mental health, both of which deeply influence her teaching style, Melanie embraces our interconnectedness and individual uniqueness as infinite expressions of the Divine, so eloquently described in ageless Yogic philosophy:
“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the Self.” – Bhagavad Gita
Hari Om Tat