Kaye Tribe

Gita

Registered Senior Teacher

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Registered Senior Teacher

Member No: 30

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As well as being trained in the Gita Yoga tradition, Kaye is also a qualified myotherapist and lecturer in a range of Health Science subjects including functional anatomy.

Kaye brings a wealth of experience teaching to a wide range of students over many years, and a specialised understanding of how specific knowledge of functional anatomy can be useful to Hatha yoga teachers and yoga therapists. Kaye is a sought after yoga and health presenter and a Yoga Australia registered Yoga Therapist and member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Contact email:[email protected]

Academy of Yoga Learning

0425 815 431
Harvest Yoga, Kensington, Melbourne, VIC, 3031

""Practice gives me the choice about my reaction. I can choose to dance with that stimulus or I can choose to step back and not add my conscious participation with the stimulus. In other words, the variable is me and how I choose to use my energy." "

Judith Hanson Lasater

what people are saying about Kaye Tribe

Kate Robertson

What an amazing 3 days we have spent with Kaye Tribe learning all about Functional Anatomy, looking at the Musculoskeletal System, specifically the Spine and pelvis. "Kaye is an EXCEPTIONAL trainer, her methods of learning were fabulous - one of the best trainings I've been to. I am so grateful for the safe, open, collaborative learning environment and for Kaye's methods, integrity, knowledge and patience. " Kate

Alice Williams (class of 2012)

"I graduated from the Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching in 2012. I was blown away by the depth and breadth of knowledge offered by the numerous teachers, and have no doubt this is contributing to my own success as a teacher. The focus on practical application was enormously helpful, and since graduating I have taught yoga in studios, gyms, corporate and private classes. It's gotten to the point where I've had to stop taking on new classes, and I think this is due to the wide recognition of the quality of the course within the teaching community."

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