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About Fiona

Long term meditation student of Dean Das, Siddha Nath lineage

Qualified teacher of Sivananda Hatha Yoga - with Joy Spencer

Certificate in Prescriptive Yoga Therapy - with Leigh Blashki

Certificate in Applying Polyvagal Theory to Therapeutic Yoga

with Dr Arielle Schwartz


Further training with Donna Farhi, TKV Desikachar, AG Mohan and Indra Mohan, Louisa Sears, and Graeme and Leonie Northfield.

Masters Degree in Womens Studies, University of Melbourne

End of Life Doula Training - Certificate of Completion, 2016, Melbourne

Reiki I (with Peta Tyler, 2000), II & III (with Larry Turnley, 2021-22)

An eternal student and mother of two children (17 & 20), Fiona has been teaching yoga and meditation for 26 years. She was the recent owner of Williamstown Yoga Studio (2009-2019), taught and mentored on the CAE Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching for seven years (2001-2007), has facilitated annual Yoga Retreats in Bali for the past 24 years, and she also has experience teaching in various community and corporate settings, including voluntarily at the Maribyrnong Immigration Detention Centre.


Constantly evolving as a teacher, and with experience of many different yoga styles and traditions, Fiona weaves together a cohesive and integrated heart-centred approach to yoga and meditation. Her classes blend internally reflective practices with conscious breathing and gentle vinyasa (flowing) sequences, meditation, relaxation and yogic philosophy.

A key focus of Fiona’s classes is to assist students to delve beneath the outer layers of the self to reconnect with their true, natural, authentic selves – in other words, to come home - with loving care and tenderness.

Fiona writes: “To me, yoga is not only an amazing and wonderful journey of self-discovery, but an opportunity to ‘wake up’, to become more conscious of everything in life – the way we breathe, the way we move, the way we relate to ourselves and others, what we consume (eat, watch, read), and the way our minds work.

Yoga is not just something I do ‘on the mat’, but a way of life, something I have now integrated into every aspect of my existence, including how I parent my children.​

I now view yoga as a life-long journey and I am delighted and humbled to be able to share my love of yoga with students and my two children.​"

Fiona is grateful to all the teachers that have, and continue to, inspire her, including: Dean Das, Joy Spencer, Leigh Blashki, Susanne Calman, Louisa Sears, Greg and Tracy Cooper, Frank Jesse and Robert Byrne. Fiona is also deeply grateful for what she continues to learn from her students.

M: 0431 080 157


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