Kylie’s classes are welcoming, inclusive and trauma-informed, which means they are offered in a safe, non-competitive and non-judgemental space. Students are invited to connect with their bodies through breath and explore the different options offered, enabling choice over what they do with their bodies.
As a former educator and community worker, Kylie has a deep and personal understanding of the importance of self care, and how maintaining a regular yoga practice can help to reduce stress, compassion fatigue and burnout.
A fully registered teacher, Kylie is qualified to teach in both primary and secondary schools. She holds bachelor degrees in Human Movement/Exercise Science and Education. She holds a Master of International & Community Development. Kylie is a Level 1 Registered Teacher with Yoga Australia. She completed her Level 1 yoga training at the Byron Yoga Centre and has since completed foundational studies with the Trauma Centre Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY).
If you are interested in bringing trauma-informed yoga to your community group or organisation. Please contact Kylie.
Bachelor of Human Movement/Exercise Science, Southern Cross University
Bachelor of Education, Southern Cross University
Master of International & Community Development, Deakin University