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HELLO,

I’m Hayley. I am a certified yoga and meditation teacher, cyclical living advocate and lover of rest.
Being fortunate enough to have grown up on Bundjalung Country/Byron Bay, I’ve been practicing yoga for nearly half of my life. I am now based in nipaluna, lutruwita/Hobart, Tasmania.

My love for this practice expanded within me after returning home from my first big, overseas trip, still suffering with the remainder of an eating disorder from my teenage years.
Yoga gave me something that fostered a deep reverence for how much more we are than our physical bodies’ shape or size.
As well as a renewed appreciation for the strength and power of our physical forms, not just to move our muscles, but to create change with breath and a cyclical way of being.

I completed my first training in India 2017 and continued to fall in love with the wisdom of the tradition as time went on, being fortunate enough to study with many incredible teachers around the globe including Rod Stryker, Carlos Pomeda, Elena Brower, Dr. Claudia Welsch, and Rose Baudin to name a few.

Now, I teach the way I practice. Slow, stable and guided by breath. And in as much alignment with the natural world as possible. 
My practice has become a balm for my busy mind and overstimulated nervous system.
I am fond of the sweet and quiet act of rebellion that is rest.
The process of living in alignment with both my menstrual cycle, as well as the changing earth’s seasons has become my anchor. 
I draw inspiration from the teachings of Yoga, Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

With a passion for cyclical living, my offerings vary throughout the year, season, month and phases of the menstrual cycle.

I hope to always facilitate a space in which humans feel safe to unravel our tightly spun bodies and minds. Yoga is wonderful and healing and should be made accessible to all.

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I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land upon which I live, practice, work and play: the muwinina people of nipaluna, lutruwita. I recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture, and pay my respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. I extend this respect to First Nations peoples all over Australia, and the world.