Olivier David first discovered the practice of Ashtanga Yoga in January of 2004. Starting in 2009 he went to Mysore, India to deepen his practice at the source of Ashtanga Yoga and has since then made annual trips to continue his studies with his teacher R Sharath Jois.
Olivier is a dedicated practitioner and teacher of Ashtanga Yoga after the examples and teachings of Sri K Pattabhi Jois and R Sharath Jois.
In 2009 Olivier had the blessing and opportunity to start traveling and teaching all over the world. Sharing this amazing practice that has been passed down to him.
In 2018 Olivier opened Ashtanga Yoga Sunshine Coast and is leading daily mysore classes at the shala.
Dan started practising Iyengar yoga with his mum in his childhood. He completed his first Yoga teacher training with the IYTA in New Zealand before studying for nine months in 2003 with Louisa Seers, Clive Sheridan & Lance Schuler in Byron Bay.
Dan then moved to Sydney in 2004 to study and teach under Eileen Hall at Ashtanga Yoga Moves. Since 2004 Dan has travelled to India each year to study with Sri K. Pattabhi & Sharath Jois, in 2012, Dan was blessed by his teacher Sharath Jois, to teach the Ashtanga Yoga Method as an authorized level 2 teacher. In 2009 Dan opened Ashtanga Yoga Newcastle and for the last 9 years Dan has devoted his time and energy to the wonderful yoga community in Newcastle.
Dan likes to keep yoga simple. His method of weaving traditional yoga philosophy, asana and anatomy together, helps guide students to a better understanding, appreciation, and application of yoga in everyday life. Dan's goal is to provide his students with a healthy body to live in and a calm mind to live with.
- IYENGAR YOGA TRAINING with Valda Jaquiery Crone, 1996 - 1998
- IYTA yoga teacher training, 1998 - 2000
- Nine-month Yoga Arts teacher training, Byron Bay, 2003
- Ashtanga Yoga Moves apprenticeship with Eileen Hall, 2004 - 2009
- Authorised level 2 Ashtanga Yoga, Mysore India, Sharath Jois, 2012
- Registered Senior level teacher, Yoga Australia
Irantzu embarked on her yoga journey in 2013 with her first Ashtanga class at Ashtanga Yoga Madrid. Originally drawn to yoga as a complement to her dance career, she discovered a passion that reshaped her path. Assisting Yoga classes became a new outlet after her dance career, allowing her to channel her focus into this transformative practice.
Under the guidance of mentor Alexia Pita, Irantzu's journey with Yoga deepened. She has also studied with notable instructors like Laura Griskeviciute, Mati Guerra, Arne Espejel, Peter Sanson, Hamish Hendry, and most recently Olivier David, whom she assists and teaches for in his absence. Irantzu's commitment led her to the source of Ashtanga Yoga in Mysore, India, where she practices under Sharathji Jois since 2019, immersing herself in tradition with a diverse community from all around the world.
Blending her dance background with yoga, Irantzu creates a unique and dynamic approach. Her journey with yoga has been one of profound personal growth. Today, she shares this transformative power with her students, embodying the union of mind, body, and spirit.
Amanda Kiely is a passionate yoga teacher and Breathwork Facilitator, specializing in restorative yoga and mindfulness practices. With multiple trainings under esteemed instructors like Lizzie Lasater, Jason Crandell and Rod Stryker, Amanda brings a gentle and nurturing approach to her classes. She creates a safe space for students to release tension, restore energy, and reconnect with themselves.
Amanda has a deep passion for wholesome living and an unwavering love for nature. Her teachings are inspired by the interconnectedness of nature and well-being, and she strives to share the transformative power of yoga while embracing a nourishing lifestyle.
By combining gentle movement, restorative poses, mindful breathwork, and moments of quiet introspection, Amanda's sessions promote relaxation, stress relief, and deep reset. Join her on the mat to experience the transformative power of restorative yoga.