‘Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice the brighter your flame.’ – B.K.S. Iyengar
Kylie has been practising yoga since her teens. She built her foundations in Iyengar Yoga before experimenting with other yoga styles including restorative Hatha, Yin, Power Yoga and Vinyasa Flow.
Kylie maintains a strong yoga and meditation practice inspired by Ashtanga’s 8 limbs, restorative Hatha and Vinyasa Flow. She is an RYT200hr Yoga Teacher offering intelligently sequenced alignment-based vinyasa.
Kylie’s yoga classes are authentic and inspiring! She purposefully designs every class to meet the needs of her students. Drawing upon her education and human movement experience, Kylie incorporates anatomical cueing to enable her students to refine their alignment, build strength and develop flexibility. Yogic philosophy, pranayama and meditation are woven throughout her classes, which are taught from the heart.
As a former educator and community organiser, Kylie is passionate about creating mindful communities through the ancient path of yoga. She has a deep and personal understanding of the importance of self care and how maintaining a regular yoga practice can help to manage stress, reduce compassion fatigue and burnout. Yoga has given Kylie the tools to overcome adversity, let go of self-limiting beliefs and set herself free.
Kylie has worked for some of the world’s leading not-for-profit organisations including Zoos Victoria, STREAT, the International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA) and CARE Australia. She has engaged thousands of students, community organisations and the Australian public on wildlife conservation, human rights, global poverty and social injustice issues.
Kylie has led the design and delivery of health and sexuality education programs as well as social and emotional learning programs in both primary and secondary school settings. She has worked with homeless and disadvantaged young people and LGBTIQ+ communities. Kylie has also worked with remote communities in East Timor who experienced injustice, discrimination and trauma.
A VIT 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 completed her Yoga studies with the Byron Yoga Centre.