BSW Founder/ Creator
Sarah has a lengthy self yoga practice and has found both the physical and psychological benefits of yoga an essential tool to assist her in coping with the stressful demands of her carer and personal life as mother to two boys.
Sarah has long suspected that using yogic techniques such as postures and breath work to compliment more traditional verbal counselling would provide people with additional strategies to better adjust and cope with life challenges and build greater sense of personal strength.
Looking to find a way to combine two passions, Sarah completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2015 at the Byron Yoga centre, and has been teaching yoga classes ever since.
Sarah has completed extensive further training in Yin yoga, Kids and teens yoga, advanced teaching practices, and pre and post natal yoga. She is currently studying under the guidance of Yoga medicine founder Tiffany Cruickshank and has completed in depth orthopaedic modules on both the hip and shoulder joints.
Sarah teaches dynamic classes which focus on both strength and stability. They incorporate functional movement, Myofascial release, asana, pranayama, and meditations. Classes are thoughtfully sequenced to enable students to dive deep into their bodies and explore the joy of movement and all the tingles and sensations this can create.
Cody has travelled all around the world and has first-hand experience of the profound connections that you can make with places, people and especially with self. Yoga teaching came as a natural progression for Cody as she knew her Dharma (calling) was to ignite a wild-fire within each of us, and help to discover what it is that moves us. “Yoga is really an extension or a taste of my soul,” Cody explains. Having consistently practised yoga for over 7 years, Cody seeks to challenge you to question, to explore and to play. Her deep and soulful practice resonates with students of all levels, uplifting you along the way.
Starting to awaken the soul, practicing mindfulness and opening the mind and heart to endless possibilities came a calling to explore and dive deeper into the practice of yoga.
Trained in Bhakti yoga, Rachael’s classes provide a space to nurture, be present, and to be compassionate to oneself. Rachael teaches students to become aware of the connections of mind, body, and breath. Leaving with an open heart and grounded feet.
Yoga alliance registered, 220hr graduate with Yoga Arts, and currently studying Mindful Birth at Yoga space.
When not on her yoga mat, Tarah is an experienced ED Nurse, keeping us all safe!
I am a calmer and better person for doing yoga. I love that yoga brings people from all different walks of life together and I am privileged and honoured to share what I have learnt with students. The journey is never ending and I’m forever grateful for the opportunity to share my passion and all I am learning along the way.