Julie Sexton

Yoga Instructor, Massage Therapist, Healer, Lightworker, Guide, Reflexologist, Meditator, and owner of "The Joyful Path".

A Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin trained Yoga teacher, Julie's strengths lie in her being in the moment and intuitive in guiding others into a space of feeling and sensing into the body, of being more aware of the breath, and moving and flowing with it. Julie trained as a Reflexologist in the late 80’s and continues to be as passionate about this modality today, and the healing benefits regular treatments promote. Julie is also a certified Relaxation and Indian Head Massage Therapist, and being a lightworker, Julie’s energy is felt and channeled in all her treatments. Her massage techniques release tension and tightness and are wonderfully relaxing. Julie’s great love, and true gift, is channeling high frequency light, changing vibrations and shifting consciousness to a higher state. She connects with Beings of Light and transmits this energy to those who ask and are willing to receive. It is very gentle, loving and powerful. Annually, Julie runs international retreats, and it is her connection and love of Cambodia that has led her to run retreats there on many occasions.  It is in Victor Harbor, a destination for people from all over to come and experience health and wellbeing, where Julie thrives. Julie gets to share everything she loves, a stunning seaside town, beautiful beaches, yoga, meditation, healthy food, massage, healings, peace, harmony and light.

Barry Beach

Yoga Instructor with a focus on alignment, Martial Arts Champion, a totally organic kind soul.

Barry feels that authentic Yoga is much more than just a physical workout. It is a powerful, ancient & sophisticated system which will open up, align & strengthen your body, develop agility, restore energy and vitality, relax and release tension, and deepen your inner awareness. It is by coming to know our body through the shapes of Yoga - the physical postures [asanas] that we start the journey called Yoga.

No matter what condition you are currently in, how stiff, how young, how old, or what body shape you may have, Yoga will improve your fitness, your physique, and your state of mind.

 

John Sellinger

Bachelor’s Degree in Nuclear Medicine (BMEDRAD NuclMed), Yoga Alliance E-RYT-500; YACEP.

 

I have been involved in yoga since early childhood, having practiced first under the guidance of my parents. While travelling the world continuously with my family from the age of one, yoga meditation and philosophy became a unifying force for us. In my late teens, I began serious and regular practice of meditation, which had a great impact on my life as a student in the medical field. 

From 2010 until recently, I lived in Rishikesh, India, in the ashram of my family’s spiritual guide, Swami Veda Bharati.  During this time, I had the privilege of practicing under the guidance of many renowned teachers, with a focus on meditation and silence. I began teaching early on in India and continue to share practices and philosophy of the Himalayan Tradition with students in many countries.

I serve as an editor in Himalayan Yoga Publications Trust, which publishes books on yoga meditation, philosophy and silence.

I now live with my wife and baby son and spend much time with family in both Switzerland and Australia.

Yoga Alliance Australia RYT-500.

Peta Aubin

Dance and movement choreographer, director, performer, educator and creative producer.

Peta comes to yoga teaching as a movement professional after a 20-year career as a dance and movement choreographer, director, performer, educator and creative producer.

She began practicing yoga in her mid-teens while training as a dancer. Working with Simi and David Roach in both Ashtanga and Iyengar, she was not only introduced to a strong asana practice at a young age, but was also awakened to the power of pranayama, meditation and the philosophy surrounding the eight limbs of yoga.

Over the years her personal practice has been influenced and deepened by styles such as Jivamukti, Vinyasa Flow, Power Yoga and more gentle practices such as Yin. Her yoga teaching training was in the Purna style of yoga however her classes are infused with a flow that comes from her dance background, a deep technical understanding of the postures, and a strong connection to the philosophy surrounding all aspects yoga.

Peta’s passion is to help her students meet their bodies wherever they are, lead them into a deeper yoga practice, while remaining joyful and lighthearted.