Our Yoga TeachersEach of our experienced teachers has their own unique style of teaching yoga
Teachers to suit you
Often it can be difficult to find a yoga teacher who suits you. When joining a studio, aside from the convenience of the class times and locations, perhaps an even more important consideration is the personality and teaching style of the yoga teachers. Our yoga teachers do our best to ensure you feel welcome when you come to class and take care of you during the practice.
As we are a small studio, we understand you may wish to explore yoga elsewhere. Just remember, wherever you practise yoga, your teacher should work with you, the practice should suit you, and at the end of yoga class you should feel stretched, yet relaxed and peaceful.
Please take care with your body, particularly if you have injuries or concerns. A good yoga teacher will show you how to modify poses or take you through the process gently. Do not allow a teacher to manipulate you into a posture or hold one for longer than you are able – you have to live in your body tomorrow, they don’t! Some teachers offer beautiful adjustments, however always use your own intuition and practise mindfully.
Monday and Wednesday evenings
Since 2006, Nadine Uremovic has run Yoga for Women classes in Enfield, delivering nurturing yoga classes which combine heart of yoga principles, traditional hatha yoga, corrective practices, and restorative yoga. Each class is unique as Nadine encourages students through yoga movements and practices to explore the inner space as a process to integrate outer experiences.
For nine years (2010-2019) Nadine regularly taught Gentle Yoga for Older Women (aged 50+) at the Older Women’s Wellness Network, Bankstown (an initiative supported by NSW Health).
Since 2003, Nadine has experienced teaching beginners, general level, corporate, children, and yoga for special needs (including back-care, anxiety) – discovering her niche with Yoga for Women. She has attended workshops with internationally renowned teachers Judith Hanson Lasater and Donna Farhi, and regularly attends the annual Australian Yoga Therapy Conference. Her local inspirations include Sal Flynn, Eve Gryzbowski, Christina Brown, Lisa Masters and the good women at The Yoga House Gladesville.
Nadine has completed NatureCare College’s Advanced Diploma Yoga Teaching (2007) and the Yoga Therapy Institute’s Graduate Certificate Yoga Therapy (2015). Nadine is a registered member of Yoga Australia and the Australian Association of Yoga Therapists and maintains her Working With Children, First Aid and CPR certifications.
Reiku Morello is skilled in teaching Hatha, vinyasa, yin and restorative yoga. She met yoga when she was mentally burnt out. Yoga gave Reiku wonderful guidance to seek a way out of a dark tunnel in her life. She has learnt through her own experience how strongly and gracefully yoga influences one’s life.
Reiku has trained under the guidance of Idit Tamir Hafer and Katie Manitsas. As a yoga teacher, it is her honour to serve the inner peace, to share yoga and the incredible experiences yoga offers with as many students as possible, to bring them as many benefits as yoga has given her.
A registered member of Yoga Australia, Reiku continues to deepen her training and teaching experience and delivers classes at a number of studios in Sydney. Reiku also delivers the Access Bars technique for head-space relaxation. You can follow Reiku’s adventures on her socials: Insta reikumorello or Facebook reiku.morello
Talia Sullivan was invited to complete her yoga teacher training following her dedication as a yoga student and first-hand experience of working with the body through injury. A former dancer, Talia celebrates the creative flow of life, which also inspires her extensive training and work as a Doula (specially trained birth support person). Talia regularly delivers natural childbirth preparation see Workshops
Although Talia is most passionate about working with prenatal students, she is excited to share the life-enhancing and supportive aspects which yoga can uniquely bring to a person’s wellbeing. Talia invites her students to genuinely experience yoga and enjoy the exploration on and off the mat.
Talia has trained under Kylie Hennessey, is a Registered Yoga Teacher (Yoga Alliance) and offers a woman-oriented, gentle flow style and Yin yoga.
Donna’s teaching incorporates breath awareness and the connection of breath and the body. By creating calmness and focus on the breath the mind naturally becomes clear and focused. Her teaching style reflects this steadiness and calm.
Donna completed her yoga teacher training at Inhale Life and continues to dive into the many facets of yoga with ongoing professional development. She is a Level 2 Wellness coach, and has trained in Aromatouch, massage therapy, meditation facilitation and sound therapy.
Join Donna on the mat and share in the experience of yoga and feeling of being whole again.