Teacher Profiles

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  • Arjun von Caemmerer Hobart

    Maintaining his equilibrium is crucial to Tasmania’s Arjun von Caemmerer as he juggles his commitments as a doctor, yoga teacher and writer. “My yoga practice keeps me less unbalanced,” Arjun says. “As living organisms we have to adapt to continually changing external and internal circumstances and need to constantly rediscover our balance.”

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  • Dan Milman

    A former world-champion gymnast, coach, martial arts teacher and college professor, is the author of 15 books read by millions of people in 29 languages. Books including the spiritual classic, Way of the Peaceful Warrior (and the movie Peaceful Warrior with Nick Nolte have inspired many. Dan visited Australia with Yoga NRG in 2015 and speaks worldwide. He has influenced leaders in the fields of health, psychology, education, business, politics, sports, entertainment and the arts.

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  • Flo Fenton Byron Bay

    Flo has been practising yoga since 1991, and teaching since 1997. Trained by masters of Iyengar, Astanga, Satyananda and Viniyoga traditions, Flo's focus is on finding our natural ease within the postures, and on cultivating an ever deepening awareness of the relationship between the body, the breath, and our state of mind. 'Paring back' each pose and starting always from the essential foundation of each posture, we build awareness of where we can remain with comfort in each pose, through the medium of graceful, flowing sequences in synchrony with the breath. Her style is both meditative and enlivening, balancing the active and the passive sides of our nature. As we focus within, developing the capacity to witness ourselves, the sessions themselves become a form of Yoga Therapy, which flows out into our lives beyond the class-room.

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  • John Ogilvie Byron Bay

    John Ogilvie is one of Australia’s most respected and experienced teachers and founder of Byron Yoga Centre. John has been practicing yoga for more than 32 years and teaching for over 28. John developed his signature style of yoga, Purna Yoga after 20 years of disciplined yoga training including practicing both the Iyengar method and Ashtanga. His yoga journey has seen him learn from various yoga masters over the years in Australia and internationally. The Purna method John teaches focuses on correct alignment. His teaching covers the basics with additional emphasis on refining alignment, corrections and adjustments. John’s teaching style is entertaining and completely accessible. His instructions are clear and simple, always with a focus on keeping his students safe and encouraging them to listen to their own body’s needs and only work at a level appropriate to the individual, at any given time. John encourages students at all levels to build flexibility, strength and stamina of body, mind and spirit. Many students discover, as a consequence, that yoga becomes a way of life.

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  • Mark Breadner Sydney

    Mark Breadner, who has practised for over 45 years, is one of the most-sought after yoga teachers in the world and is considered A World’s Authority On Yoga Training and Education. As one of only a handful of “yogi’s” on the leading edge of the yoga industry, Mark is the founder and leader of the “Total Yoga Transformation” movement that provides the ultimate foundation for achieving high levels of well-being and personal success.

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