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Kate Ball

Kate’s love of yoga stems from the transforming power it’s had in her own life, both psychologically and physically. She feels deeply fortunate to share this gift with others, and teaches classes centered on love, honesty & present moment awareness.


Nicci Cloete-Annette

Nicci has over 300 hours of formal yoga training across three continents, with over 15 years of personal practice. Her teaching style is relaxed, light hearted and fun yet steeped in a deep reverence for the philosophy and history of the ancient practice of yoga. . She enjoys a strong ‘yang’ asana practice – however with the increasingly hectic pace of modern life, finds that she is gravitating more and more towards a slower, more gentle practice.


Antony Osler

Antony Osler is a long-term Zen practitioner and teacher in the lineage of Zen Master Dae Gak of Furnace Mountain. He is also a former Zen monk and human rights advocate. Anthony lives with his family on a farm in the Karoo region of South Africa.


Gen Pagpa

Pagpa is the National Spiritual Director for the New Kadampa Tradition in South Africa and the Resident Teacher of Tushita Centre in Cape Town. His heartfelt and practical teachings are presented with warmth and humor, making them accessible to everyone.

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Grandmother Robin Youngblood

Of Okanagon/Tsalagi heritage, Robin is a minister, teacher, author, artist, and a shamanic practitioner/healer. She has been a student of her heritage for many years. She has learned the sacred teachings of Indigenous elders from her own Native American tribes, along with Siberian, Polynesian and Aboriginal elders.