A long time student of Yoga she has received her qualifications through Power Yoga Australia.
“In my class you will experience, Vinyasa flow. Together we will work your body mind and spirit into the deepest layers. I assist people to feel a more deeper sense of grounding into the pose. I want to give the class the experience of a strong workout in a gentle and caring way, unfolding to a relaxed feeling of bliss.”
Aleyce began her yoga journey with Physiyoga’s own Emily, developing a strong dedication and passion to consistent personal practice. In 2020, Aleyce took her interest in yoga to the next level and began training with Shantarasa yoga specialists to learn how to teach all traditional forms of yoga.
Aleyce’s sporting background, including competing in state level sprinting, athletics, district netball and basketball throughout younger years, means she is very capable at creating challenging sequences for her classes. This is complemented by Alyeces interest in delivering the therapeutic benefits of traditional styles of yoga, creating a depth and deep connection within the practice. Alyece has gained experience in teaching all abilities with classes ranging from beginner level to moderate and more advanced.
When you meet Aleyce, you’ll notice her quiet, caring and empathetic nature. You’ll see how she teaches from her heart. She cares about all her students and aims to connect with the individuals in her class while meeting the needs of the group and likes to provide an opportunity for you to use yoga as a vehicle for transformation in your life.
Marnie’s approach to yoga comes from a deep interest in meditation. Marnie takes the time and effort to listen and connect with her students offering them a variety of practices to nourish their mind and soul as well as their body.
Breathwork and mindfulness are cornerstones of Marnie’s practice. Her training was completed through Shantarasa Yoga School. Marnie works diligently to present accessible yoga classes and takes wonderful care of our beginner yoga students and those appreciating a kind and gentle approach to yoga.
Senior Level 3 Yoga Teacher
Emily practiced Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga at the Adelaide Ashtanga Yoga Shala for five years before deciding to deepen her study in India, combining it with a three month volunteer program working in Nepal. In Mysore, Karnataka, She found Mr Bharath Shetty (a direct disciple of Guru BKS Iyengar) and Bharath’s approach to yoga resonated with Emily’s study of movement therapy. Emily’s six week stay turned into four and a half months at his internationally recognised yoga school Yoga India where she gained her first yoga teaching qualifications.
Once back in her hometown of Strathalbyn, Emily started the first and only Pilates program and also started teaching Yoga classes. In 2011 she recommenced her Yoga and Pilates program and in February 2012 she opened Physiyoga. She returned to Mysore, India in late 2012 to complete her Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Qualification (RYS500).