Michael Barnes

Michael Barnes

800hr Advanced certifed Jivamukti Yoga teacher. Source a good teacher and practice. Be patient with oneself. Dont be greedy and expect to much. Yoga takes time and effort. It actually has become more challenging to stay with the practice as the years pass due to the nature of knowing. In the beginning i really had no idea what Yoga was all about. Acknowledge your teachers, practice humility and stick with it.  Practice and all will come !!!!

Thanks to Sharon Gannon & David Life founders of the Jivamukti Yoga Method and my mentor Anja Kuehnel Jivamukti Yoga Berlin. 

John Atyeo

The first time I rolled out a yoga mat was 18 years ago. Over this time I have been in the presence of some amazing teachers who have inspired me, challenged me and encouraged me to explore my personal yoga practice. Having completed 700+ hours of teacher trainings, my aim as a yoga teacher is to pass on my experience and love of yoga with integrity, authenticity and a lot of joy. As a teacher, I remain a student, so the study and the practice of yoga is a lifelong journey of exploration, awareness, intelligence and surrender.

Nicole Mohay

Those that have been around yoga for a time would know Nicole. She has been teaching Yoga for 25 years. Nothing need be said about this amazing woman and teacher.

Miya Spears

Having begun practicing yoga in her teen years, Miya became a certified yoga teacher in 2011 and now also holds a Graduate Diploma in Yoga Therapy. As a big believer in mindfulness and yoga as therapy, she strives to make yoga accessible to every being so that yogic philosophy can be applied to the twenty-first century lifestyle. Her teachers include Idit Hefer, Donna Farhi, Jasmine Tarkeshi and Mick Barnes, whom she is most grateful to have guided her on her path thus far. Her teaching style is playful, challenging, peaceful, simple and everything in between.

Kaz Fewell

Kaz started practicing yoga under the guidance of Mick Barnes in 2008 at The Yoga Factory (at the tender age of 41) and has been blessed to have been taught & supported by Mick ever since.She undertook her first teacher training at Samadhi Yoga in 2010.Kaz travelled to New York to study with co-founders of the Jivamukti Yoga Method Sharon Gannon & David Life & was mentored by Lady Ruth Lauer-Manenti throughout her teacher training, gaining Certification in 2011.She has continued studies in Australia under the mentorship of visiting Jivamukti teacher Jessica Stickler, New York.The Sanskrit Breakfast Club was formed at TYF in 2013, and Kaz continues studying yogic philosophy & language with her teacher Stephanie.Her style of teaching? Come see for yourself!