Meet the Instructors

Natalie has recently left the corporate world after 10 years to pursue her passion in wellness and fitness. Her main interests are in supporting the community with strength, mental health and injury recovery. She took part in her first Pilates & Yoga class over 10 years ago in London searching for a form of exercise that strengthened the whole body and mind. From there she followed the fitness industry alongside her Sales career until now, solely teaching and enjoying every minute! She strongly believes in the connection between the physical and mental wellness of the body, bringing this through in her classes. Natalie also holds qualifications in Yoga, Meditation, Barre and is currently studying Reformer Pilates and further advanced Yoga.
Theodora is a former competitive international athlete (heptathlon) who discovered the powerful, healing benefits of yoga as she came to a breaking point in her career and life.
With the guidance and help of her teacher, yoga not only helped her get back to competing at high levels, but also to gain a new perspective on the interwoven relationships of one’s health with the mind, body and soul.
After over 10 years of being in the fitness and athletic world where pushing the body physically to its limits was the norm, Theodora now enjoys a more holistic approach to all aspects of life and aims to share that knowledge and experience with others.
A lover of travel, sunshine, vegan desserts, the ocean and positive vibes, Theodora also works as an energy healer, holistic therapist and running workshops.
Krissy was born in Manila, Philippines and migrated to Sydney Australia in 2004 where she continues her passion for movement, anatomy, fitness and Pilates. Having a background in classical ballet and contemporary dance from a young age, her keen eye in every class focuses on body alignment, posture & playfulness with technique. With a decade of teaching experience, she is always eager to encourage and support others throughout their work-out. She values exercise as a fun way of celebrating what our different bodies can do and achieve at any age.