Conny Clemente started her yoga journey in 1999. Her first Hatha yoga class was in Sydney in a big hall as a backpacker. No idea what the teacher on the stage was saying, she followed the energy and postures of all the people who where present… a somewhat overwhelming experience!
Back home in Germany, Conny spent some time practicing Kundalini yoga however, it wasn’t until she was traveling again and had the opportunity to practice yoga in Mexico that she found a deep connection to the asanas (yoga postures). Conny returned to Australia in 2005 and it was here that her true yoga journey began with gifted yoga teacher and friend, Tina-Marie.
Conny was inspired to completed 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Sacred Valley, Peru.
She truly found her passion in Vinyasa Yoga at Cosmic Yoga Studio in Adelaide, and has undertaken a number study courses with internationally revered teachers such as Simon Borg-Olivier, Tara Judelle and Jennifer Creszenko.
Conny has had the privilege of working as Massage Therapist for the Adelaide Crows, as a Yoga Teacher at Cosmic Yoga Studio, and now has her own yoga and massage therapy business; Ananda Yoga & Massage. As well as teaching yoga classes at True North Yoga, Conny also provides Relaxation Massage, Remedial Massage, Sports Massage and Cupping at True North Yoga one day per week. Find more information and booking details here.
Conny guides a beautiful strong, healing and invigorating yoga practice taught from the heart. Her love for the practice and passion for giving back to the community are tangible and inspiring.
Tanya Bingham has had an interest in wellbeing since her early 20’s which culminated in a dedicated yoga practice over 11 years ago.
Tanya loves yoga for its capacity to build strength and flexibility (on all levels!) but it is the call to calm, center, shift perspective and set or re-set the day that underpins Tanya’s yoga practice.
Tanya has completed over 875hrs of certified yoga teacher training including 500hrs-RYT, Pre-Post Natal Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga Nidra, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Psychology & Meditation, including two trips to India for concentrated study and practice. Tanya has also managed and assisted yoga teacher trainings with teacher training school, Shantarasa Yoga, as well as educational workshops, retreats and events.
Prior to yoga, Tanya’s professional background spanned over a decade in injury management and as a rehabilitation consultant, and she is currently studying a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition & Exercise).
Tanya is Founder and one of the team of teachers at True North Yoga Studio. This inspiring space for practice and sangha (community) is something she is grateful for everyday.
Jasmine Hornby teaches to provide individuals with a greater sense of self, moving back into their bodies and bringing the mind, body and breath back into union. She teaches to not just help the physical but the mental and emotional. Jasmine loves people leaving classes feeling recharged and calm. Her practice has helped her to grow stronger both on and off the mat, and serves as a daily reminder to live each moment more mindfully.
Jasmine loves yoga, big walks, cooking, reading and writing. She loves being creative and expressing herself. Jasmine loves catching up with loved ones and learning more about herself and the world around her.
Alana first found yoga when she was looking for a new direction in her life. Within weeks of practicing she noticed a shift in herself and quickly fell in love with the transforming effect of yoga. The more she experienced this effect, the more she wanted to know about this ancient practice. This search for deeper knowledge led her to completing yoga teacher training with Shantarasa Yoga.
The lessons that she learnt about the practice and herself throughout this training were life changing. Alana truly believes that yoga has the power to heal, transform and enrich lives and she is now passionate about sharing her knowledge as a teacher.
Her classes are designed for everyone and focus on linking breath with movement. She endeavours to teach classes that ensure that everyone has space to explore themselves within the postures and find their own rhythms throughout the class.
Alana sees the practice of yoga as a sanctuary. “Regardless of what is going on externally in the world around us, we have the ability to practice anytime to access the place of peace that exists within us all.”