Melton Yoga is looking for Yoga and Pilates (mat, group reformer and small group) Teachers. Call Caroline on 0403 822 446 if you are a qualified Yoga / Pilates Teacher looking for a Studio to work from or if you are a student Yoga Teacher interested in working as a Yoga Teacher’s assistant.
Melton Yoga offers dedicated students the opportunity to train with us following the traditional path of student > apprentice > teacher. Students who express an interest in teacher training through Melton Yoga MUST attend classes regularly for a minimum of 2-years before being invited to become an apprentice (be aware though, that an expression of interest and a regular practice at Melton Yoga does not guarantee an invitation to train with us).
Co-director, Yoga and Meditation Teacher
I am a Yoga Australia Level 2 Registered Yoga Teacher, and hold an Advanced Diploma in Yoga Teaching. I am also a certified Kid’s Yoga Teacher, a certified Silver Age Yoga Teacher, and a Stott trained Pilates Reformer Instructor with Injuries and Special Populations training.
I have a left sided sacralisation and experienced lower back pain and a reduction in the range of movement and flexibility in my left hip and lumbar spine from a young age. Discovering Yoga at age-14, I began practicing yogasana and Pilates regularly in my 20s. My daily yogasana practice has strengthened my lower back, maintained my flexibility and kept me relatively pain free. As a medical scientist I gained a deep and comprehensive understanding of human anatomy and physiology, and musculoskeletal pathologies and their associated pain mechanisms. I went on to study Remedial Massage at Victoria University before studying to become a Yoga Teacher through CAE in Melbourne. My teaching style is inspired by Baron Baptiste and informed by Simon Borg-Olivier and Ray Long MD.
I have practised complete-Yoga (asana, pranayama, and meditation) for almost 40-years and I am a graduate of the Silva Method™ (1992) and Transcendental Meditation® (1993).
“Yoga is my life – the very breath I breathe”
- Caroline’s Adult Yoga qualifications include: Adv. Dip. Y.T. through CAE and the Academy of Yoga Learning (2010). Silver Age Yoga Teacher certification through SAYCO (2009).
- Caroline’s Children’s Yoga qualifications include: Foundation and Advanced Certificates in Kid’s Yoga Teaching through Zenergy Yoga (2011).
- Caroline’s other qualifications include: BSc. (Hons., 1989), MSc. (Medical Science, 1991), Dip. R.M.(2007), Stott Essential, Intermediate, and Advanced Group Reformer training and Injuries and Special Populations training (2013).
Co-Director, Meditation Teacher
I am a meditator of 25-years and hold the Yoga Alliance International Holistic Meditation® Teacher Diploma (2015). I am a a graduate of Transcendental Meditation® (1993) and the Silva Method™ (2003); and an Akido practitioner of 15-years. My interest in yogasana was sparked when Caroline began her Yoga Teacher training. My curiosity translated into a regular yogasana practice following gains in strength, flexibility and coordination that have greatly enhanced my Aikido practice.
I feel Yoga offers another path to continued self-development.
Mat Pilates Teacher
I began my career in the industry of Health and Well-being as a Remedial Massage Therapist. After 3 years, I furthered my studies and began teaching Pilates.
I possess a deep understanding of the human body’s structure, functions and capabilities and am continuously seeking new ways to improve. I am constantly amazed by how the body can move and change through the use of the Pilates method.
I am passionate about teaching and take great pride in guiding my clients as they progress through their practice of Pilates.
My teachings focus on mobility, together with a strong emphasis on controlled breathing. My lessons are well balanced and my clients are given tremendous support in order for them to consistently achieve their fitness goals.
Guided Meditation Facilitator and Restorative Yoga Teacher
I have been a primary school teacher for the past 18 years. There were times on my career path that I became quite overwhelmed with my workload. I had discovered lots of research that suggested meditation could help stress and began to participate. Upon discovering the decrease in stress, I began to teach it to my students. It became one of their favourite times of the day – stopping, listening to their inner voice and finding a sense of peace.
I, myself, have experienced the profound results of meditation. Throughout my adult life, I have been able to tune in to myself and trust my intuition to find answers to questions in life. I can calm the physical anxieties that may arise under stressful situations and I have learnt to open and close chakras (energy centres) to experience more joy and feeling in my life. I was also able to use meditation techniques combined with yoga practices throughout my pregnancy and during childbirth, to experience a very positive birth story.
Since becoming a mum, I became even more passionate about meditation and I began to run meditation classes for my family and friends. This eventually led me to guiding classes at Melton Yoga. My drive for meditation is to provide an environment which may allow you to tap into the depths of who you are, tuning in to your innate wisdom, freeing yourself from the mind and to provide healing within.