A Committed Family of Yoga Professionals
BIYOME has a diverse and respected faculty of Senior yoga & meditation teachers & allied health professionals. We believe in bringing to you the highest quality educators in their respective fields. Our teachers are amongst some of Australia’s finest Senior teachers. They are sought after, dedicated and passionate teachers with years of experience in delivering high quality teacher training programs.
Our latest faculty contributors include University professors, engaged for their outstanding contributions in their chosen field of study in Integrative Lifestyle Medicine.
BIYOME is run by a close and small team of managers and administrators who are always happy to assist you with your every need with the hope of furthering your education and success.
Our Yoga & Meditation Teachers
Our highly comitted and passionate teachers and trainers work together with Celia in order to provide you with the highest standard of yoga and meditation training and education. Find out more about our faculty members below.
Yoga Australia President ViniyogaSenior Yoga TeacherYoga Therapist
Senior Physiotherapist Senior Yoga Teacher
Dr. Sue Jackson
Flow & Mindfulness Specialist
Dr Sue Jackson is a practising psychologist, with a specialisation in sport and exercise psychology. Recognised internationally as an expert in flow state research in performance, Sue has co-authored the foundational book, Flow in Sports: The Keys to Optimal Experiences and Performances’ with flow founder, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. As well as having a PhD in psychology, Sue has trained in yoga and meditation teaching, and enjoys practice of both.
Swami Muktibodhananda started her yoga journey in 1972. She later studied under the direct guidance of Paramahansa Swami Satyananda for 10 years in India. During this time she authored and had published ‘Swara Yoga, the Tantric Science of Brain Breathing’ and Commentaries on ‘Hatha Yoga Pradipika, the Light on Hatha Yoga’. Swami Mukti is a Yogacharya, master of yoga, and enjoys teaching the ancient yoga practices to a modern day audience.
Licenced TCTSY SpecialistSocial Worker
Social WorkerMental Health Specialist
Clare’s practice strongly focuses on her training as a Mindfulness and ACT therapist. She is a social worker/counsellor and ACT therapist and provides support and counselling to children, young people and adults since 1995. Her practice is based on a strong evidence base which supports people to live the life they choose, determining their life direction to find a more rewarding, fulfilling and enriched life.
Clare has provided training with BIYOME since its foundation helping many students to further their yoga and meditation teacher training with knowledge and awareness in trauma informed practice.
Senior Yoga TeacherRegistered Relax & Renew Instructor
Senior PhysiotherapistSenior Yoga Teacher
ViniyogaSenior Yoga TeacherYoga Therapist
Craig completed his 3 year Post Graduate Diploma of Yoga Therapy with Yoga Therapy Australia, training under the expert guidance of Dr N Chandrasekaran and has been teaching yoga for nearly 20 years. Having travelled to India many times, staying for extended periods of study and practice with experienced yogis, Craig is adept in a multiplicity of areas and enjoys encouraging students to dive deeper in to the practice of yoga. Craig is a registered senior Teacher and Yoga Therapist with Yoga Australia.
PhD and Masters of Health Psychology Candidate, UQ
Alicia is a PhD and Masters of Health Psychology candidate at UQ. Alicia graduated from her Bachelors of Psychological Science from Griffith University in 2011 and Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology from Queensland University of Technology in 2012. In addition, Alicia has completed certificates in Nutrition (2013, Plaskett International College), Global Health (2017, Duke University) and a Diploma in Hypnotherapy (2015, Hypnotic World). Alicia has worked in private and government spaces. Her main area of research interest is compassion with particular focus upon eating, body image, body weight and exercise.
Dr. James Kirby
Lecturer in Clinical Psychology UQ School of Psychology
James is a Lecturer and Clinical Psychologist. He graduated with his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Queensland in 2013. His focus of research is on compassion. He has a broad research interests in compassion. James also holds an Visiting Fellowship at the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and is an Honorary Member of the Compassionate Mind Foundation UK.