About the Teachers

Nadine Hurwitz

Nadine is a Qualified Yoga Alliance yoga teacher. She is married and has four beautiful children.

Nadine did her Teacher Training Course with Clara Woodburn at Yoga Warrior, Parktown North, Johannesburg. Her studies included anatomy, asana, hands-on adjustments, pranayama, philosophy and meditation.
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Brendi Sundelson

Trained at Yoga Lova Illovo and went on to complete a comprehensive 200 hour internationally accredited certified Yoga Alliance Teacher Training with Clara Woodburn at Yoga Warrior.

My primary teaching style is rooted in Vinyasa Flow, although I draw from Forrest, Hatha and Iyengar methods as well.
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Melanie Castleman

Mel started her practice in 1999 when she discovered that all she needed to do was tie herself into a knot to feel at peace!
During the following years Mel completed 4 teacher trainings which included   YYI (Iyengar based - 2004),  Hatha (Haum of Yoga - 2005),  Forrest (Advanced Teacher Training - 2009) and  Forrest (Intensive Foundation Training 2010). 
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Tanya Botha

Tanya Botha teaches Vinyasa Flow Yoga at various locations in Johannesburg. She first started teaching yoga in 2006 and was one of the first teachers of this style of yoga in Johannesburg and South Africa.

Tanya is not only committed to the physical practice, but is also deeply aligned with the Spiritual Purpose of Yoga..

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Steven Heyman

Steven worked in the corporate world for 12 years, traveling around the African continent to develop new business and start up and manage new offices for a Belgian company.

He is originally from Belgium and found a new home in South Africa since 2006. 

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Therese Spring

Therese began her yoga journey over 10 years ago. Since then she has been dedicated to the practice, teaching and integration of yoga into her daily lifestyle.

Therese's teaching style comes from deep within - a place of integrity, humility, kindness, sensitivity and connection.

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Lia Mundell

My little boy once asked me why I do yoga, and for a moment I couldn’t think of a straight answer.
What is the one true reason why we all come back to our mats every day?
When I first started yoga it was because it was the one space I felt blissfully alone yet as a body, surrounded by like-minded practitioners and beautiful teachers to look up to. I became a teacher because I wanted to do something that was so much bigger than myself and to give something of what I had learned to others.

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