Yoga Doula Mama
Lucy's love for yoga has been a guiding force in her life. Lucy's practice has evolved from taking weekly classes, to completing her teacher training, to specialising in pre and postnatal yoga and now owning the Milton Yoga Hub!
Lucy wants to share her love of yoga and opened the Milton Yoga Hub in November 2017 to create a beautiful yoga space where people can explore and deepen their yoga practice.
Jessica’s love of yoga and many years’ practice consequently led her to become a Certified Yoga Teacher at the 200hr level in the world-renowned YogaWorks method. Jessica’s style of teaching balances precise instruction, alignment with breath, and fluid movement.
As a busy mum to two young boys Jessica has experienced firsthand the power of a dedicated yoga practice during and after her two pregnancies. She is currently furthering her studies in yoga as a specialised pre and postnatal yoga teacher and hopes to share her love of yoga with other mums and mums-to-be as they transition through some of the most sacred times in a woman’s life.
Remi is a multi-talented bundle of positivity who loves and lives yoga. Driven by a desire to improve the lives of others, Remi approaches life through exploration and mindfulness. As a yoga teacher, her vision is to help others realise their greatest potential — nurturing discovery and development of students’ natural gifts on and off the mat.
Teacher trained in Vinyasa flow yoga with alignment orientation and use of props has led to Terri’s journey of self-discovery on the healing benefits of yoga which have overcome both physical and mental limitations in her life.
Terri’s classes are welcoming and inclusive and as she shares her love and passion of yoga to others.
Join Terri at the hub to uncover your strength, flexibility and inner calm.
“True yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life. Yoga is not to be performed; yoga is to be lived. Yoga doesn’t care about what you have been; yoga cares about the person you are becoming. Yoga is designed for a vast and profound purpose, and for it to be truly called yoga, its essence must be embodied.”