Teachers

 

Gill Kamsler Gil

Yoga practice has been a dynamic part of my life since my late teens. It has offered me the supporting philosophy and tools to help navigate the challenges of career, health and family.

 

 

 

Lisa

Lisa Grauaug

Lisa’s experience in Yoga began in 1995. Immediately she was excited by the extent of what Yoga offered her personally, and to others. Her understanding and personal practice has since been strongly influenced by the teachings as translated by Sri T Krishnamacharya

 

 

 

 

Ruth Wastie-Pero

Ruth teaches classical breath centred Yoga to small groups. Building on her own experience of the physical and emotional changes of pregnancy, raising children, medical treatments and menopause.  Ruth is an empathetic, intuitive and mindful teacher, with a single-minded goal of guiding people at their own pace to experience Yoga.

 

 

 

 

Ute Koehler Ute

Ute’s passion for Yoga started 10 years ago. She soon developed a love for this ancient practice. Ute’s understanding of Yoga and her personal practice have since been strongly influenced by the classical Yoga teachings as translated by Sri T Krishnamacharya.

 

 

 

Daniela Laucht

After working for ten years in the education system, Daniela has immersed herself full-time into the teachings of yoga.

As a yoga teacher and yoga therapist, she has experience in facilitating a variety of group classes, from kids at schools, teenagers recovering from drug and alcohol abuse, people managing the effects of Scoliosis, to the residents of an aged care center.

 

 

 

Jessica Charlton

Yoga has helped me navigate through the complexities and challenges of everyday life. My passion is to help others experience the benefits that Yoga has to offer and discover their own journeys.

 

** Cammeray Yoga is a collaboration of experienced Yoga Teachers who meet the Registration requirements of the peak professional body representing Yoga Teachers –  Yoga Australia. **

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