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Shawn Taylor

YOGALAB Director (E-RYT 500, YACEP)

For the last 20 years Shawn has been a dedicated student of Yoga. After a career in snowboarding as a competitor and a coach, Yoga swiftly moved from a way to heal old injuries to a place of powerful self-reflection and personal transformation. His love for the practice naturally led him to work as an educator and teacher trainer for some of the largest Yoga communities in the United States and Australia.

 

Eric Schwarz

Senior Facilitation Team (E-RYT 500)

Eric Schwarz is an American yoga teacher and life coach currently residing in Western Australia.  His breath-focused style of teaching always includes extended centering and/or meditation.  Whether through coaching or yoga, he supports a way of living that is natural, creative, and empowering, embracing the full potential of body and spirit.  Eric is an E-RYT 500, has lead several yoga teacher trainings.

 

Jules Moore

I first dipped my toe into the sea of yoga during my high-school years, but my practice truly started eight years ago. Like many students on the precipice of adulthood, I had just started a new chapter of my life at university; I was stressed, anxious, unmotivated and lacking confidence. Yoga became an escape to channel my effervescent, overflowing energy and focus my racing mind.

 

Eve Gindein

How did you end up on a yoga mat?
I was in two major car accidents within 6 days of one another in January 2010. I suffered from severe injuries from my face, through my spine, to my legs and ankles. Once I was relatively mobile, my doctors suggested that I try light exercise for my physical health and meditation for my mental health. I tried Bikram yoga on and off but found my body was very limited. I dabbled in Yin yoga but found my mind was limiting me. Eventually I ended up at The Yoga Barn in Bali for my first Vinyasa class, and I was hooked. I went two to three times a day for  three weeks and never looked back.

 

Chee Lai

How long have you been practicing Yoga?

I took my first yoga class in 2010. It was a Bikram yoga class – 90 minutes long, room heated to 40 degrees and the humidity felt like it was at a million percent. I remember crawling out at the end of class, sweat coming out of my eyeballs, vowing never to do yoga again. It was weird because I remember seeing people leave the class smiling, I thought they were crazy..

 

Sacha Norsworthy

How did you end up on a yoga mat?

By chance, I followed a friend and loved the concious movement and meditative calm. Physical movement has always been a therapeutic tool for me but this practice combined a deeper level of growth and conciousness with it. Growing up through some hard stuff, I’ve had a lot of growing up and healing to do.  The practices of Yoga are a relief and sanity stop in my day.  They have rocket fuelled that all important relationship with myself, others and now creation.

 

Meesha Stacker

I love sharing my passion for yoga and strongly believe it is for everyone. When I first started my yoga journey, I struggled in both physical asana practice and learning to tame my mind. Yet I noticed how effortless and peaceful all the regular students around me looked and I knew I could find this too. As I built a more regular practice a shift happened and I started to experience so many benefits – greater strength, flexibility, and acceptance of both my mind and body. I found my connection with my own inner joy and sense of ease in my practice.

My goal is to make yoga an accessible, elevating experience for students to discover their own inner world. It’s about learning to know who you are, how your body feels, where your mind is at, be accepting of it, and then let it all open up when it’s ready.

 

Michelle Robinson

How did you end up on a yoga mat?
My bestie took me to my first yoga class which happened to be a bikram yoga class. I died! It was the best feeling ever! That night I had the most restful nights sleep of my entire life that I literally bounced out of bed the next morning which was instantly followed by every muscle in my body feeling it had been worked. Over time it was less physical and more mental and emotional benefits. Every class brought more clarity and self enquiry as to why do I see myself in the ways that I do? Why do I hold back in some situations. It went from autopilot existing to conscious, inspired living.

 

Vanessa Francina

What was it about the practice that inspired you to teach?
I absolutely love that literally anyone, from any walk of life, any age, injuries and all can show up, roll out their mat and practice for themselves. I have been so inspired by the amazing teachers in my 10 year yoga journey, and they have offered me massive expansion into the impact I can have on people no matter what level of their yoga practice or where they are on their journey. Simply by them walking in to a class with me and rolling out their mat for 60 minutes, they can leave feeling completely different, and for that too the students inspire me hugely also. I am sooooo humbled at everyone who shows up and shares their energy with me.

 

Nick Chester

One of our own YOGALAB TT Graduates, Nicks approach to teaching is creating a challenging, holistic, big grin experience. After years of studying martial arts, functional movement, vinyasa and mobility training, he draws from a diverse mix of movement modalities. When not teaching you’ll find Nick traveling, riding motorbikes  and cruising around Fremantle on his futuristic one wheeled skateboard.  

 

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