Prana Flow Teacher Directory

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Location: International, Double Bay Level: 300hrs Samudra Global School of Living ~ 400hrs Body Mind Life, This is Yoga, Mindful Birth & Pregnancy & Kids Yoga Studio(s): Hot Dog Yoga Studio, This is Yoga Australia

Yoga and meditation have been a part of Sophia’s life for over 20 years after her parents came home from a Depak Chopra yoga & meditation retreat when she was eight and invited meditation and yoga into the daily routine over the holidays. She began her adult practice 10 years ago with Power Living and believes yoga has helped her grow stronger, more flexible and fearless, both on and off the mat. Learning yoga inspires people to be present in each second and live each moment more mindfully and yoga is the warm up for meditation.

Teaching at Hot Dog Yoga & This is Yoga and formerly Flow Lab Yoga, Virgin Active, Fitness First, Body Ethos, Solar Springs Health Retreat & Connect Kids Yoga has given Sophia a diverse demographic of students to work with.

Sophia has completed over 700 hours of Yoga Teacher Training Beginning at Body Mind Life in 2017 then focusing on Philosophy & Sequencing and has since completed 25 hours of Kids Yoga Training through Zenergy. As well as Mindful Birth Yoga Training at Elixr.

Sophia has just completed another 300 hours of Soulfull Wellness Yoga Training with Shiva Rea, the founder of Vinyasa Flow Yoga. This magical training really helps to expand your sadhana practise into your every day life taking your practise off the mat.

After exploring meditation through yoga for years Sophia decided to deepen her meditation practice and is a trained Kindred Meditation Facilitator as well as having completed her 1:1 Vedic Meditation Training with Bondi Meditation Centre.

With a background in classical ballet Sophia loves to combine technical sequencing with a creative playfulness as well as modifications to build inspiration helping you deepen your practice. “We are all divine, divinity connects us all. When we see ourselves in others we remember that and when we forget; we practice yoga.”