Our regular weekend teachers hail from one of our favourite yoga schools in the inner west, Jivamukti Yoga Sydney.
Nori is a project manager in a design agency by day and a certified 300 hour Jivamukti Yoga teacher, having completed his training in New York. Nori's classes maintain the authentic Jivamukti tradition and pass on the linage and inspiration of his own teachers to his students. His classes combine vinyasa sequences with breathing to encourage participants to be fully present, as well as inspiring music and spiritual insights. This approach enables students to explore their inner self and awaken their true potential.
Hayley was introduced to yoga in her early teens and has been practicing ever since. In 2015 she was introduced to the Jivamukti Method and was in awe of the strong, dynamic physical practice beautifully integrated with ancient spiritual and ethical teachings. Hayley spent 2 years teaching in Cambridge UK, before moving to Sydney to complete her 800 hour apprenticeship, where she now lives and teaches full time. Hayley loves to teach a wide range of students, from beginners through to advanced practitioners and always tries to bring humour and playfulness to her classes. Hayley loves being to be able to share the teachings of yoga and is incredibly grateful for all the teachers in her life that share their knowledge and continue to inspire.
Eloise started practising yoga many years ago to improve her ballroom dancing but found so much more… She was introduced to Jivamukti Yoga in 2009. Eloise completed her teaching training in New York in 2014 under the guidance Sharon Gannon and David Life, the founders of the Jivamukti Yoga method. She completed her yoga apprenticeship at Jivamukti Sydney in 2017. As a lawyer and social worker, Eloise looks to incorporate yoga practice in all aspects of daily life. By exploring the complementary practices which comprise the Jivamukti Yoga method, Eloise found new meaning and purpose in life, compassion for herself and others and long lasting relief from the afflictions of the mind that affect us all. She is dedicated to sharing these practices with others through in her classes.