All the teachers at Yogatime are mindful and very skilled, bringing their personalities to the practice and making each class a unique experience that will leave you feeling empowered and strong.
Wiebke’s classes are focused on the energy body, and the felt experience. She takes you on a journey to the deeper levels and layers of yoga, through breath and fluid flow. As she weaves in her wisdom of understanding the human spirit, mind and body, with her deep connection to the elements of the earth, Wiebke’s classes are designed to cultivate balance, stability and calmness in every level of your being. Drawing on her passion for Acu-energetics and Reiki, she blends in those healing modalities into her teachings as well.
Expect to move and breathe deeply as Wiebke guides you through your practice back to your authentic Self.
Amy has been a student of yoga since 2003 and still sees and feels the positive changes that her yoga practice brings into her own life everyday, both physically and mentally. A passion for teaching and spreading wellness naturally led to the path of a yoga teacher. Her classes are strong yet nurturing with a focus on all ages and abilities, enabling students to gently reach their edge for a transformative experience. Amy is also a huge advocate of slowing things down and chilling through Yin yoga and meditation, helping to keep the brain healthy and active.
Active in the local community Amy is also involved in Namastay Retreats, yoga fundraisers, Huntington’s Disease camps, OneGirl Foundation (Do it in a Dress), The Nurture Exchange and NRL team Penrith Panthers.
Amy continues to draw inspiration from her teachers Shiva Rea (US), Duncan Peak (Aus),Octavio Salvado (Bali), Maty Ezraty (US) and Sarah Powers (US).
Mark first discovered yoga in the 90s with his mum at a Body Balance gym class and liked how it calmed the mind and stretched the body. Mark’s practice has ebbed and flowed into a way of ‘being’ since then.
From trainings in Sydney at Samadhi and Sukha Mukha 200hr to ashrams in India at Sivananda Trivandrum and Osho Pune and intensive retreats with much-loved guru Clive Sheridan where the adventure toward consciousness has been transforming.
“As above, so below, as within, so without, as the universe, so the soul…” Hermes Trismegistus
Mark has also been studying astrology for almost two decades, holding lunar astrology workshops, and interweaves the cycles of the planets and seasons into his teachings. Mindfulness, acceptance, kindness, joy and the art of ‘sitting with’ are what he wishes to bring to his practice.
Holding kirtans in Sydney for the past 2 years has also been a personal and rewarding sadhana as a means to uplift the heart through this beautiful bhakti practice. Mindfulness, acceptance, kindness, joy and the art of ‘sitting with’ are what he wishes to bring to his practices he shares. He runs community Kirtan nights at Yogatime once a month so make sure you come along and check it out.
Blair began his yoga journey at 18 and it took him around the world all the way from Scotland to Australia. His greatest passion is to share his journey and move people towards discovering their purpose and unveiling their gifts and talents. His classes are challenging but fun and his intention is that students leave feeling grounded and empowered. Blair loves to learn and his teaching style embodies his own personal journey, incorporating the teachings and wisdoms of his many mentors from yogic and shamanic lineages. He continues to be mentored daily by Eileen Hall a student of both B.K.S Iyengar and Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.
Blair completed over 700 hours of yoga teaching training with Simon Borg-Olivier, Baron Baptist and Cameron Shayne along with advanced workshops with influential teachers such as Richard Freeman, David Swanson, Les Leventhal, Catherine Budgi, Phillip Askey and many others.
After spending years as a gymnast competing internationally all over the globe and then going onto train as a professional dancer, Alex came to yoga to explore a deeper connection between mind and body. Taking her first Yogateacher training in 2014 and having taught throughout Europe and now in Australia she continues to develop on this journey of self discovery as a teacher and as a student. Her intention is always to help students to connect more deeply with themselves, shedding limiting beliefs and patterns so that they can show up in their lives in the most beneficial, embodied and empowered way for them. Alex’s holistic approach to life shines through in her classes, with emphasis on breath and connection to self.
As a teacher, being able to share her knowledge, experiences and spirit with others is a gift that Tory is always grateful for. She wants her clients to feel supported and free to explore their body and mind in a space that is free from judgement and stress. A class with her might be strong or gentle or somewhere in between – she will challenge you to go deeper and she will offer modifications and plenty of support, where it’s required. Yoga should be accessible to all.
With a cheeky sense of humour bubbling below the surface, Tory teaches from her heart and lets the ebbs & flows of her own life & practice guide the practise she’s offering her students. If she’s unaware & blocked in her own body & life, how can she guide you to be more aware & open in yours?
With a penchant for many of life’s pleasures and the ability to burn the candle at both ends, yoga is her trusty equilibrium. Yoga encourages her to honour herself wholeheartedly, which is what keeps her connected to it.
After ten years practising and three teaching, Jo left her corporate career to teach full time and share the amazing benefits of yoga with others. She has trained in Vinyasa yoga, Yin yoga and most recently Strala yoga with teachers including Nicole Walsh, Kathryn Budig and Tara Stiles. Yoga has enabled Jo to not only heal but understand herself better, which is something she is passionate about sharing on the mat.
Her classes are a fluid flow of breath and movement; playful and uplifting, with an undercurrent of strength for the mind and body.
Lis is an experienced and personable yoga and meditation teacher, facilitating regular workshops, courses and retreats locally and around the globe. She is fluent at making these ancient practices relatable to modern living and believes they’re invaluable life skills to access our most peaceful, innovative and loving self.
Her discovery of these techniques began over a decade ago as a way to manage stress and mental illness in the family. The resilience and calm she experienced from her regular practice naturally motivated her to delve into the knowledge and science of meditation. In 2007 she completed her Vedic Meditation Training with Thom Knoles in India and the USA.
After graduating as a Meditation teacher she moved to London and continued to study her other passion: Yoga. Influenced by the heat of Ashtanga, the alignment of Iyengar and the stillness of Yin, she completed a 240-hours Yoga Teacher Training.
Her popular yoga classes are creative and intelligently sequenced to progress practitioners in finding suppleness and strength through movement. Her teaching style integrates her love of biomechanics, consciousness and Ayurvedic medicine to inspire a holistic approach to wellness.
Since returning to her hometown of Bondi, she has also been involved in facilitating corporate leadership programs. Providing practical tools for stress management and emotional intelligence to enhance productivity and creativity in the workplace.