Alana first started yoga and meditation in her early teens, while living in a small rural town where doing yoga and meditation was considered a sign of madness. She had a dog-eared copy of Iyenga’s “Light on Yoga” and a very retro book of women in fluorescent leotards putting their legs behind their heads. She’d lock the bedroom door and attempt the poses and pranayama exercises.
Eleven years and many wonderful teachers later, she completed her teacher training with Power Living Australia, and refined this through training with Sadie Nardini Core Strength Vinyassa.
Alana’s classes are all about encouraging students to embrace their creative possibilities and challenge their limiting beliefs. She loves telling stories, asking challenging questions, and drawing on themes from a range of philosophical texts.