Yoga Teacher Bali

Meet the Yoga Dunia’s team

Pilu

from Salty Water Yoga

As a Yoga Alliance Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (Registered Yoga Teacher 500 hours), Pilu has 900 hours of teacher training and over 5 years of teaching experience in yoga.

Initially completed her Ashtanga 200 hours with Ashtanga at Sachidananda School in Mysore, India in 2017. Later, she completed a further 200 hours of Vinyasa Yoga Education with the well-recognized Briohny Smith. Pilu went on to complete Aerial Yoga Teacher Training in 2017, with Mandalablue Yoga, Gili Air, Indonesia, and later became one of the mentors for the founder of the Fly High Yoga Teacher Trainings, Jose Luis Jimenez, assisting with his training programs and continues to assist with these training. She completed her Essential Yoga Anatomy with Jason Crandell and Paul B. Rosache in 2018 and completed further yoga training with Yin Yoga Teacher Training in Indonesia with Serenity Yoga Student training with Caroline Linelayzell in 2019.

She immerses herself in 300 hours with Deepa Ji from Rishikesh and many teachers from all over the world bringing together the traditional and contemporary aspects of a yoga practice. She is an eternal student, an active and adventurous person, living in 7 different countries, most of the time in small places close to the ocean. She has a strong background in Ashtanga Vinyasa, and aerial disciplines like aerial silk, and trapeze, bringing creative vinyasa into these styles.

Pilu loves surfing, she is also a Free dive Instructor, enjoying the ocean, which helps her to have a better understanding of breathing for the pranayama practice.

Rachel

from The Anatomy Yoga Academy

UK-trained Osteopath, New Zealand-trained pilates rehab instructor & internationally recognized anatomy teacher Rachel Ellery, specializes in sharing her knowledge of human anatomy and movement principles with yoga students, yoga teachers, and body workers from around the world.

Her mantra “educating and moving the world one body at a time” stems from over 26 years of hands-on experience and 17 years of teaching functional anatomy, bodywork techniques, and movement. Her passion to heal others through touch and movement began while practicing sports therapy in the UK and Caribbean. Rachel naturally progressed into further education at the British School of Osteopathy graduating in 2000. Rachel has also continued training in Cranio-sacral Osteopathy, Garuda mat, dry needling, pediatrics, and shown interest in Eastern medicine healing modalities Wuo Tai, Zen Thai Shiatsu, Thai Vedic Yoga, and the Thai Massage Circus.

Since then, Rachel has practiced holistic osteopathy in NZ and is now based in Bali, the healing capital of Asia, she travels within Bali and to yoga schools across the globe to educate yoga students on the importance of human and functional anatomy encouraging them to develop their alignment, self-awareness, teaching skills and to educate others in the wonders of the body.

Audrey

Our manager

Audrey’s journey originally started in France but her heart has now truly become Balinese. She arrived on the island of god in 2014 and little did she know that unexpected encounter would soon change her life.

After working 10 years in the hospitality business back home, she took a lead of faith, packed up, and ran towards new adventures with her partner to a new land full of surprises. They arrived in the small village of Tulamben, on Bali’s East coast, a quiet little gem celebrated worldwide for its magical dive sites.

Entered Tomomi Becot whom she met only a few weeks after arriving and who became her friend and Teacher. Together, they practiced and studied Yoga for a year allowing Audrey to discover more than just a newfound passion but a new path. Following her desire to take her practice to the next step and has not left this magnificent country that is Indonesia ever since.

Audrey later joined Yoga Dunia’s team to improve her teaching skills around Bali, where she can ally her two passions, Yoga and management. Then she joined the Fly High family for new training and realized how knowledge of human anatomy and movement is so important for practicing yoga safely. Autodidact, she starts to read, watch videos, join the community to study, and learn more about it by herself.

When Audrey is not at work, you can find her wandering around Nusa Lembongan Island and taking pictures or enjoying her cozy home and cooking for loved ones.

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