Amy is a deeply passionate and light hearted Yoga teacher and Boheme Yoga studio creator.
I found Yoga, or Yoga found me over 10 years ago and life got better, simplier, happier, deeper, brighter and I love being able to guide you on that journey too. There was something i found hidden in the postures + teachings that just made sense to me + I feel blessed to be able to make that my lifestyle + honoured to help you to achieve that too.
I have now been teaching for over 5 years locally + have been running Boheme Yoga for 2 years. I like my classes to guide you within, reconnecting to the perfection + peace inside you, to challenge you, inspire you + to finish feeling like a big warm hug inside + out.
I am also incredibly passionate about young people + helping them find the path of Yoga early in life, which I do through Chase the Sun Wellbeing Programs offering the practice + self development to kindergarten aged right through to high school.
When I am not here holding space for you, you will catch me smiling and daydreaming in the sunshine.
Sarah's practice of yoga started at 15 when her mum persuaded her to join her for a weekly class. Having trained in gymnastics throughout her childhood she naturally fell in love with the physical practice of yoga, but could not understand why they were made to lie on their backs for half an hour at the end of every class! It wasn't until she found herself in a busy, stressful corporate marketing and media role years later that she fully began to appreciate and love the many layers of yoga, using it as a therapy to keep her sane.
Sarah completed her first teacher training in Bali and recently completed her second teacher training with Laura Humphreys and draws a lot of inspiration from Laura's intricate teachings of yoga.
Sarah is passionate about guiding her students to cultivate strength, flexibility, balance and an openness to wander through powerful vinyasa based classes with intention. She always strives to make everyone feel supported and capable of progressing in their practice and hopes to provide a little bit of "yoga therapy" on the side for those moving through challenging times.
When Crystal discovered yoga for the first time she was unaware then just how much it would change her life. Upon starting a weekly practise of yoga and searching for a deeper meaning of life, immediatly the magic of the asana unfolded.
“Everything just made sense, connecting movement to breath gave me an opportunity to pause, and look at the mirror within. I started to leave what wasn’t healthy and my practise on the mat started to influence everything I did off the mat, like a rippling effect. I felt the fears, worries & negative thought patterns shift. I started to live in the present, to see the beauty in the mundane, to breathe deeply, to connect to myself, and to others in a way I never had before…”.
Crystal teaches Barre Pilates + Hatha Vinyasa Flow classes catering to all different levels.
Through Crystal’s passion and continuous study she believes Yoga gives us access to very beautiful principles to live a life of connection, purpose and love.
Born & raised on the Gold Coast, Crystal… LOVES the ocean, surfing, SUP yoga, rock climbing, handstands, philosophy, teaching, dancing, travelling, vegetables, learning, music, anatomy, fears, growing, experiencing new cultures, connection, writing, contemporary movement, photos, dark chocolate, wisdom, love, watching documentaries, laughing, breathing, life…
I discovered my yoga journey just 2 years ago and knew teaching was for me and began a year ago.
Yoga to me is the opportunity to move within the body to find peace and harmony in the mind.
My classes will be strong classes aimed towards building strength and mobility finding freedom and gaining confidence both on and off the mat.
Outside of yoga I am an average Aussie bloke, love Sports both watching and participating in any form, being outdoors exploring and experiencing nature and all it offers.
Sofia's first Yoga class was about 8 years ago when she was looking for a therapy that could help her regain balance within her body as she had suffered from an injury that affected her physically and emotionally. She couldn’t believe how incredible she felt after each practice! Not only did her body gain more space and flexibility but she noticed that her mind naturally became calmer and clearer. Sofia was deeply fascinated by the infinite layers of the practice, always finding something new to learn and to experience. So much to heal and to explore, so many styles of Yoga to be discovered and to love! She knew since then that her heart was never going to step away from this beautiful connection that she found through Yoga! After many years of practice with different styles of Yoga in Australia and overseas, she realised that this love and passion was a path she wanted to walk and learn from. Sofia did her first teacher training in 2015, studied Applied anatomy and physiology of Yoga with Simon Borg Olivier, and recently completed over 100 hours of Yin Theraphy with Markus Giess and Hugh Lee. Sofia is deeply inspired by the healing qualities of Yoga, the freedom of movement we can gain through our practice and the quality of mind that we can have through the infinite wisdom of our breath! She loves to incorporate wisdom from Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Indigenous Teachings and Tea meditations in her classes
Kirsten’s classes definitely demonstrate her zeal for Yoga, a blend of fun, invigorating flow and mindfulness meditation. She really encourages her students to express themselves in their own practice and to be in a place of less reaction, judgement and more self-introspection.
Kirsten’s initial introduction into Yoga first began as purely physical, practicing Ashtanga yoga. After completing her Ashtanga Vinyasa teacher training in London, she dove head first into assisting and adjusting with her mentor, Senior Ashtanga teacher, Sarah Vaughan, in lead Primary series practices and Mysore.
Her real ‘Ah ha’ moment came after taking a Power Vinyasa flow class. A strong physical practice like Ashtanga, but with less rigidity and more freedom of your own expression. As her practice evolved, Kirsten became very interested in the spiritual side of Yoga as well becoming highly influenced by Buddhism, she completed her Meditation teacher training.