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yoga teachers


  • Diverse classes for all levels of experience
  • Calm and inspiring class settings
  • Accredited Remedial Yoga Teachers & Therapists
  • Personalised attention to keep you balanced and safe

We are a specialist team of registered Yoga Teachers & accredited Yoga Therapists who teach and share Japanese Yoga & Remedial Yoga Therapyread more

At The Yoga House we care deeply about what we do and how you feel as a result.  Our team is led by three yoga teaching owners who are dedicated to making people feel good.  It’s a simple as that.

Lisa Masters, Registered Senior Level Japanese Yoga Teacher & Therapist, Acupuncturist and TCM Practitioner, Zen Shiatsu and Oriental Therapist, Yoga Teacher Trainer and Assessor and Director of the College.

Lyn Keogh, Registered Senior Level Japanese Yoga Teacher & Accredited Remedial Yoga Therapist, Mentor & Yoga Teacher Assessor and Trainer and Director and CEO of RTO45020, College of Therapy Yoga & Zen Shiatsu.

Genevieve Duff (nee Paton), Registered Level 2 Japanese Yoga Teacher & Remedial Yoga Therapist, Trainer, Assessor and Public Relations Director of Training of our College of Therapy Yoga & Zen Shiatsu.

Leading a team of Japanese & Remedial Yoga Teachers, Provisional Japanese Yoga Teachers (Students & Graduates of our Yoga Teacher Training Programs), we are all Yoga Australia Registered and constantly strive to keep ourselves at the highest professional level in our industry.

We all love yoga……… we are all here to help you love it too.


When I first started at The Yoga House I never intended to teach, more...

  I was from the corporate world and yoga teaching was not even on my radar.  But I went to just one class and I was hooked.  I liked it so much I started teaching back in 2000, simply because I wanted to help others feel the way yoga made me feel. I want everyone who lays down on the mat to understand that is okay not being able to do the perfect headstand, balance or twist.  Because its not all about how well you can do a headstand its how you feel while trying. 


I spent the last 25 years in the corporate sector working professionally more...

 with all the stress and pressures that world offers. Along the way, I had started a family and added more juggling and different stressors. A friend suggested I try yoga to help relieve some of my pent up frustrations, start to breath properly, strengthen and tone my body. Yoga enables me to live life to the fullest by feeling strong and flexible. I love sharing the yoga experience with a diversity of people in my class, teaching and helping them feel better about themselves is exactly why I became a teacher.


Most people go to work, end up stressed, and have to go to yoga to feel more...

better. I get paid to not only make other people feel better, but feel better myself every single day. I have been teaching for over 20 years and still feel just as excited and enthusiastic about teaching my classes as the day I started. In fact, I love it so much that my main passion now is to inspire new generations of people from all walks of life to become great teachers who love their yoga, and love teaching others to love yoga too. 



There is nothing more satisfying than teaching a class more...

and then hearing how much better your clients feel when the hour is up. But that’s what our yoga does and why I love not only doing yoga myself but also teaching it. We all walk onto the mat feeling one way and leave feeling totally different – mind and body.

I discovered yoga and The Yoga House after a period of illness and could not believe how much better it made me feel. Without being dramatic, it truly saved me. At that stage, and even now, yoga keeps me on track both mentally and physically. I really notice if I miss my own practise and I constantly revisit the things that I have learnt about myself (mind), my body and how they feed and sustain each other to keep me balanced. The yoga and the Natural Therapies treatments I received at The Yoga House told me it was time to learn more about ME……

I was so excited to graduate in 2018 with Certificate IV in Remedial Yoga Teaching and I was lucky enough to be able to start my teaching journey in the studio with community classes. From there I had the opportunity to start teaching general classes and now manage the studio as well. Every class is different, and it is so rewarding to see the changes people can make through even one class a week. I am meeting new people all the time and I am learning everyday how to help and encourage people to reach and maintain their health goals. Yoga has also given me the opportunity to work with some lovely people, from experienced yogis to beginners, from teenagers to the more elderly, this style of yoga will give something to everyone.


My yoga journey commenced 14 years ago when I more...

attended my first class at the Yoga House with my then 3 month old baby girl . At that time I was dealing with the usual challenges that a new mother faces and was struggling with getting my body and mind back into shape.  After my first class I felt an instant sense of well being and I decided that I was coming  back for more! The energy at the yoga house was one of acceptance and support, together with an acknowledgement and understanding that we all live busy lifestyles that easily get out of balance. 


I not only love teaching Japanese Yoga, more...

 but love my own practise, whether it is at home or in the studio at The Yoga House.

I continue to learn at every class I attend and feel absolutely fantastic at the end of a class. I began the teaching training March 2016 as I wanted to learn the correct way to practice the art and change not just my life, but the lives of others and continue my education to this day through the fantastic guidance of the staff there.

I have seen my health and that of many others improve in a way that no doctor could help me with in the 3 years prior to starting yoga. I look forward to continuing teach, practise and expand my knowledge on Japanese Remedial Yoga and meeting new people to share my passion with.


I do yoga so I can eat more cheesecake. more...

 Just kidding. I do yoga because it makes me feel great. I teach yoga because I know it is something anyone can do (Ive had a 4yr old & a 70yr old in the same class), and everyone deserves to feel the benefits of yoga. Ive practised with the Yoga House for over 10 years, and been teaching with them for the last 4 years, so I figure if you stay with a place that long and broaden your career with them too, they must be alright!


I LOVE the way you feel when you’ve done a class,more...

how your body responds to the yoga and if I can help someone else enjoy that feeling of ‘wellness’ then I am happy!
Tiffany has been teaching Japanese (Remedial) Yoga at The Yoga House since 2013 and is a trained Remedial Yoga Therapist who also specialises in pre and post-natal care. Tiffany’s years of experience allows her to adapt the moves and postures to suit the students on the mat and seeks to guide and encourage students in a nurturing and therapeutic way.
Tiffany strives to assist each student step off the mat feeling happy and relaxed.


I’ve always known I wanted to teach! more...

I embarked on a career teaching high school students food and nutrition 25 years ago. In 2006 I found the Yoga House, started attending classes and loved it. I love the way yoga makes me feel and keeps me feeling strong and flexible.
With my teaching background, it just felt right to learn to teach yoga to others and help them feel the benefits too. I’ve been teaching yoga now since 2016, currently specialising in remedial yoga for seniors or less mobile people. Yoga really is for everyone!


Yoga moves are just a way to more...

access the body within.

Dominic brings a combination of Eastern and Western training and movement therapy principles to the mat with a background in the Japanese martial art of Aikido as well as a Degree in Exercise Physiology.

Dominic’s classes are grounding and meditative, encouraging the student to develop awareness and learn from the inner teacher.

Although Dominic now mainly practices the Japanese style of yoga, he still enjoys a traditional asana every now and then as he first began his journey on the mat with Iyengar and Ashtanga Yoga.  Dominic enjoys sharing this with students in class to help them apply principles learnt from Japanese Yoga.

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