Eden has completed her 200 hours YTT in India and another 50 hours of Yin YTT, as she wanted to deepen her own practice and share with the wider community how yoga has changed her life. She is passionate about helping people get to know themselves and create a balanced lifestyle. She teaches intentional, and heart centred dynamic flows. Her warm, fun and non-judgemental energy can guide you to find your zen or gain more strength no matter where you've come from or where you're going.
Dan is caring, and strong, and uses his intuition to create connection and grounded flows. You will leave his classes with a little more sunshine in your life. He is passionate about people finding their balance and allowing yoga to aid them in living their best life.
Kirby is an awesome , powerhouse boss babe. In her classes she will guide you through breathwork mindfulness , asanas that allow you to find that meditative state you need in your busy week and yet also find strength and perhaps a smile or giggle to music from people like Micheal Jackson and Lorde! Not only is she beautiful, welcoming, and creative and she loves to share her passion of yoga and life in order to help you find your balance too!
Nicole is all about helping people make yoga and dancing become a part of life in Coffs Harbour to bring more freedom and fun into all of our lives!! Nicole is a restauranteur and mother to 3 beautiful teenagers. She was born in Sydney and moved to the Coffs Coast in 1988, starting a career in fitness in the mid-90s teaching aerobics and Les Mill’s programmes at Harbour Health Club. After falling in love with yoga, she transitioned in 2014, completing 200 hours in Rishikesh, India and then 300 hours at Purna Yoga, Byron Bay under John Ogilvy. Most recent was 50 hours of Yin training with Clare Lovelace. She practices Ashtanga to keep her disciplined in its’ classic tradition as a long-time student of Bec Gilby. Sequencing, safety, alignment, and language are most important to her teachings of Vinyasa Flow and Yin. As a teacher of different forms of group fitness based dance classes, she went to Melbourne last May to complete facilitator training with Misty Tripoli of the World Groove Movement (trademark), a free form dancefloor class where participants are encouraged to dance in their own unique style with no right or wrong. The benefits are an increase in mobility, fitness, and creativity, not to mention the endorphin hit!