Susie Brow

Susie started practising yoga when she was 33, with a small child. It helped her to keep calm and balanced then and now still 18 years later.

Susie is certified in the Iyengar method. She prefers this style of yoga because it is slower, using props to find the proper alignment that helps to reach the pose in the best possible way at the particular level of the student. Susie organises classes at workshops at WYC to meet students’ development needs.

Graham Lloyd

Graham Lloyd has had a passionate interest in yoga since the 1980s, experiencing various styles.

This has led him to Iyengar Yoga, which he has now been practising for the past 10 years. He started teacher training within this system around 2010, and hopes to become certified when timing permits.

For Graham yoga is a limitless study with physical, mental and spiritual benefits to enhance general wellbeing and that is worth sharing!

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Pam Crisp

Pam has been practising and teaching yoga in the Wellington area for over 30 years. She has studied under senior Iyengar teachers including Shandor Remete, John Leebold, Felicity Green and at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Insititute in Pune, India. She holds an Iyengar introductory level teaching certificate.

Pam is a regular substitute teacher at Wellington Yoga Centre filling in when another teacher is away.

Lewis Richards

Lewis has been practising Iyengar yoga for several years and is hoping to undertake teacher training over the next two years in Wellington. He particularly likes the Iyengar method and he agrees with the way the Iyengar system brings clear alignment as a focus bringing about integrated effects of yoga asana practice which includes the mind and body.

Lucinda Sherratt

Lucinda is a dedicated Iyengar Yoga teacher, Clinical Nutritionist and Chef. Her enthusiasm for yoga started in 1998 when she began practicing Iyengar Yoga under Monica Haar and then teacher training with Melodie Batchelor, becoming accredited in 2010, currently certified to JI1 level. Lucinda attained a Diploma in Yoga from Wellpark College in 2004. She has travelled many times to India to study different styles of Yoga and is passionate about all aspects of Yoga and what it stands for.