Our Inna bliss family
Amy is the founder and owner of Inna Bliss Yoga studios, along with her husband Matt and their tribe of three vibrant children.
Her love & commitment to yoga began around 16 years ago, when she
In hindsight it seems that Yoga found Claudia, rather than the other way around. A deep desire to expand her knowledge and create her own practice, led to her first teacher training, even though she had no intention of teaching at the time.
Matt never in his wildest dreams could've guessed that he would end up practicing & teaching yoga. Coming from a traditional 'Aussie' sporting background, Matt now finds himself right at home with the practice of yoga.
He enjoys creating practices that are anatomically focused whilst inviting students to explore underlying themes along the way.
Riss is a passionate E-RYT-500 who has been teaching for 9 years. Riss's story is one of her yoga practice insisting that she begin to live a life driven by the wisdom of hrdaya (the heart).
Martin has a background as a professional ballet and contemporary dancer who dedicated himself to yoga practice as a way to find more richness of body, mind and emotion to enhance life and work as an elite performer.
With an interest in helping others and a strong yearning for finding the reasons behind the amazing workings of the human body, upon leaving school Kat studied Chiropractic, Musculoskeletal Therapy and Kinesiology.
As a holistic counsellor, life-long meditator, and yoga teacher, Yasuyo enjoys supporting others to connect with their deepest truth, free to choose how and where to direct life energy with more intention and effectiveness.
After about 10 years of regular yoga practice Kye is still doing yoga for one reason: Comfort. Kye's tried many other forms of therapy, but from day to day, week to week yoga is the one form of therapy that brings some level of comfort every time.
Mandy teaches from the heart: all that is done on the mat is humble work. She urges students to unravel with safety, self awareness and a big dash of humour. We are all perfectly imperfect. Mandy discovered yoga in 1999 and relishes the strength, calm and focus it brings to her life.
It seems for most of Jill's life she has been doing yoga. She first introduced yoga to her dance students in 1982, using yoga asanas as a strengthening tool for the physical and emotional body.
Alison's journey began 25 years ago when she was dealt a hand she never expected nor would ever have asked for. Alison was diagnosed with MS and it became, surprisingly, the gateway to far bigger healing in every part of herself and her life than she could ever have imagined.
Thia began practising yoga over 5 years ago and gained her first internationally recognised yoga teaching qualification in Himachal Pradesh, India in 2012. Thia offers a traditional style branching from Ashtanga Yoga.
Catalina's journey towards Yoga started in 2002 when she moved from her home country Colombia, South America.
With 18 years of experience teaching gymnastics, waterskiing and aerials workshops, Emily identified immediately that she’d love to share the practice of yoga with students. As a clinical nurse, Emily is passionate about health, and the cultivation of this using mind-body connection and self-awareness.
Dee discovered yoga after struggling for many years with chronic illness and a demanding career in advertising and magazine publishing. Her passion is to teach classes in the Hatha/Vinyasa tradition with a focus on breathing and healthy alignment to promote spiritual and physical awareness, oh and to have fun.
Stacey is extremely passionate about helping you to connect in with yourself more deeply, through movement and breath, whilst exploring your ability to flow with strength and lightness.
Brodie is a certified Yoga Instructor based in Brisbane.
Her 20 plus years experience as a dancer, has contributed to her deepened awareness and appreciation of the body and breath.
Katie's introduction to yoga and meditation began in 1997 while living in London and was used as a tool to help her work through eating disorders and body image issues. No class is the same and her teachings weave together storytelling, meditation, body/mind exploration, breath work and a healthy dose of humour.
Debby truly loves to enable students to not only benefit from a strong and supple body but will also notice a lightness in your being and mind; a chance to find stillness and clarity and let your inner light shine.
Jo’s passion is to share the gift of yoga with others through extending her Vinyasa practice into fun and challenging classes at Inna Bliss. Focusing on alignment and body awareness with a fluid grace and flow that will make you smile. Jo’s Yin practice is a reminder that softness is just important to the body and mind as strength; and to live a balanced life one cannot exist without the other. Her intention is to encourage a feeling of mindfulness and empower you to find a deeper connection to your amazing self with warmth & grace.
Janet completed her Hatha teacher training 2016. Since then her yoga journey has gone on to include more training and workshops including Yin and Restorative.
In Janet’s words, “I am forever grateful to the wonderful teachers and guides that remain a constant light within me as I navigate my own practice as a life long student of Yoga. As a teacher, I am humbled and privileged to be able to share this practice with my students, a practice that has the power to guide us to find healing, peace and acceptance within ourselves and others”.