Yoga Teachers

Yoga Teachers in Adelaide

Highly experienced

We endorse an evolved and contemporary view of yoga practices and principles, and believe yoga is for everyone. 

We are highly trained and passionate yoga teachers operating at the highest levels of diligence, professionalism and care.

All of our yoga teachers are committed to providing the best yoga service possible and to deliver the best results to our clients.

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Lead Yoga Theory Trainer, Ben Greenwood

Client focused

We are trained to read and adapt to student styles and provide a safe learning environment for all of our members.

This ensures you are getting the personalized attention you deserve and are paying for.

We thoroughly understand our duty of care as yoga teachers, and work hard to set high standards for the profession. 

We are available for private yoga lessons on appointment, and are trained to work around any issues you may be dealing with.

You can learn more about our classes here. 

Clients come first!


The Teaching Team

The teaching team as of January 2019

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Adelaide yoga teacher Ben Greenwood

Ben

Ben Greenwood

Ben is the Founder and CEO of Yoga Theory Pty. Ltd. He is an experienced registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance, teaching over 1500 yoga classes and counting.

Ben is a graduate from Adelaide Law School and the recipient of the Gilmore Law Scholarship. Ben has worked with both Lululemon and Lorna Jane in Adelaide.

 

Almendra Rodriguez

Almendra

Almendra is currently the lead teacher at Adelaide University Yoga and Meditation Club (2017 – 2019). She is studying a PhD. at Adelaide University focusing on the effects of climate change on marine life.

Almendra is an ashtanga yoga experienced student and practitioner teaching yoga at Yoga Theory. 

 

 

Tracey Dodd

Tracey

Tracey is a lecturer and research fellow at the University of Adelaide. She is the founder of Sustainable Innovation and a highly experienced yoga practitioner.

Tracey is teaching yoga through ThincLab at the University of Adelaide.