With our team of amazing, multi-disciplinary teachers, you're sure to enjoy your practice.
Mel started practicing yoga in 2013, when she finally discovered a form of exercise she actually enjoyed! She gained a broad experience of various styles (including Iyengar, Hatha, and Modern Vinyasa) while practicing at studios in Sydney, Perth, New York and Indonesia.
She soon realised the benefits of yoga, not just for our bodies, but also our minds, and set a goal to open a yoga studio to share these benefits with others.
She completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training with Stefan Camilleri Yoga, and has continued her quest for knowledge, becoming a Yoga Detour-Informed Teacher and undertaking training in Chair Yoga.
Mel has a strong focus on functional movement and safety when teaching her modern, fun, music-driven classes. She loves to create an atmosphere where her students are challenged and yet truly floating on air by the end of the class.
When Mel first asked JB to come along to a yoga class, he baulked. He worried he was too tall, too inflexible, too awkward, and people would laugh if he couldn’t do some of the poses. He soon realised that no one is looking at you in a yoga class - everyone else is just trying not to fall over as well!
Yoga had such an incredibly positive impact on his mind and his body. He soon knew he wanted to become a teacher and share it with other people as well - especially those who might feel the same way he felt before his first class.
JB has a strong focus on safety and alignment, and supporting beginners to feel comfortable and confident in their practice. His unexpected quips will get you giggling, while his dulcet tones will lull you in to total relaxation.
Having grown up in the Perth Hills, Claire is excited to be able to share her passion for all things movement with the local community. With a background in dance and sports science, she found yoga to be a 'no-brainer' when it comes to movement that is good for the mind, body and soul.
After experiencing the benefits of yoga for herself, Claire completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training in Alignment Based Vinyasa and now enjoys introducing people to the benefits of yoga with interesting, feel-good flows in the beautiful surroundings of the hills at Stone's Throw Yoga.
Amanda is a yoga teacher, wellness coach, mother of 3, lover of nature and slightly obsessed with the moon! She found herself (literally!) on the mat as a student and learned very quickly how incredibly nourishing the practice of yoga was for the whole self - physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Amanda's passion is to gently guide her students back to their hearts, back to the magic within, to remind them how worthy they are of a beautiful life and how important their wellbeing is! Through conscious asana, meditation, mantra and pranayama - Amanda encourages you to reconnect & befriend your body, awakening that powerful inner guidance system.
Amanda has completed RYT 200 Vinyasa, 50 hour Yin Yoga and 25 hour advanced Yin Yoga trainings. Her biggest wish is that you discover yourself, and see just how incredible you are!
Kat first discovered yoga at her local gym in 2008; it was a couple more years before she stumbled into a Bikram Yoga class in 2010 when she really found her yoga to be her passion.
Since graduating from Bikram’s College of India, LA in 2011, Kat has taught in studios all around Australia and the UK. Since then Kat has expanded her teaching styles to Yin and Vinyasa over the past eight years.
Combining functional anatomy and modern alignment with her passions for energy healing, Kat aims to offer a unique experience within her yoga classes. Kat regularly lectures for yoga teacher training courses weaving her knowledge as a Reiki Master and intuitive healer into the realms of yoga. There is nothing Kat enjoys more than speaking about energy, Chakras, meridians and current energy forecasting in an easy to follow and down to earth way.
Kat is always keen to further her skills and personal practice through continued education to keep her work evolving and fresh. She truly believes we never stop learning and there is still more to discover.
Georgia considers herself an asana teacher and a yoga student. She seeks to get to the roots of the roots of the roots of yoga.
Her journey began six years ago, and her practice has evolved through various yoga styles such as Ashtanga, Hatha, Vinyasa and now through to the Iyengar method. She was initially drawn to Iyengar yoga to cultivate healthy self discipline, and her fascination grew the more she learned about the philosophy behind this ancient practice.
Georgia travels to India every year to study with her teachers and take pilgrimage to her Guru's ashrams. She is passionate about shining a light on all eight limbs of yoga, maintaining authenticity, and cultivating clear awareness of oneself and the practice.
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Our studio is located a stone's throw from the Mundaring shopping district, at 2815 Jacoby Street. Free parking is located on site.