154 Gordon Ave, Hamilton South 2303 NSW
02 4965 4881
02 49694564
Opening Hours 8AM - 7PM

Our Yoga Guides

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Sally
Yoga Guide
Interests : Yoga, animals, family and chocolate 😉

Sally has been teaching yoga to a wide range of people from all walks of life. From emergency service personnel, first grade soccer players, school children and physically challenged individuals, her positive attitude and personal approach to yoga have helped many achieve more than they thought possible.

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Jim
Yoga Guide
Interests : Yoga and humanity
Jim is a certified yoga therapist and yoga teacher, he has trained under a number of world renowned yoga teachers both in Australia and Overseas. In addition to the small group adaptive classes at Triggerpoint, Jim provides private yoga therapy sessions for Triggerpoint clients.
Jim’s yoga therapy training is supported by his experience in providing ongoing therapy based yoga to Toronto Private Hospital, Flourish Australia (mental health and wellness centre), Soul Cafe (for the homeless and needy) as well as other community groups.
Although relatively new in Australia, Yoga Therapy, is quickly becoming an accepted modality for managing physical and mental health. It is widely accepted in the USA where in addition to private clinics, there are resident yoga therapists in a number of hospitals and within the department of defence.
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Tam
Yoga Guide
Interests : Fitness, Yoga and Mindfulness

Tamara’s journey into yoga emerged from the backdrop of a fitness-based lifestyle. Certified and working as a Personal Trainer saw Tam access the path of Yoga via the Bikram and Power Yoga avenue. Tam completed her foundational Yoga Teacher Training in 2016.

 

In 2017, she completed the Embodied Being certification, which is a system of yoga that aims to facilitate a greater sense of physical embodiment into Asana. The more time she spent on the mat, the more she dropped beneath the pure physicality of her practice. The subtler aspects of breath and intention began to float to the front of her awareness. Tuning into these subtle messages helped Tam to notice how arranging her body in certain shapes and poses (Asana) made her feel. Understanding how this affected her breath, her mood brought specific emotions and sensations to her awareness.

 

As a Yoga Guide, Tam plans her sequences with the intention to make space for these types of mindful connections. People often experience her class as a fun, mindful practice with many modifications to cater for all.