founder, director & senior teacher at:
YOGA JIVANA; An Iyengar Yoga Institute -
Sue Everett has extensive knowledge of the body gained from her background in classical & modern dance in Australia and Europe that informs her practice at a deep level. Following a spinal injury, Sue returned to Melbourne and was introduced to the healing qualities of Iyengar Yoga. Sue periodically enjoys travelling interstate & overseas to teach yoga & train yoga teachers.
To study with her teachers the late Mr BKS Iyengar (Guruji), his (late) daughter Geeta Iyengar, and granddaughter Abhijata Iyengar, Sue visits the Iyengar Yoga Institute- RIMYI in Pune, India regularly.
Fully qualified directly from BKS Iyengar & Geeta Iyengar, Sue is a Senior Intermediate 3 Iyengar Yoga teacher and Teacher Trainer.
Sue’s interest is to promote a deeper understanding of how to support & nurture a holistic and disciplined yoga practice while incorporating the fundamentals of yogic philosophy. Sue’s teaching style, while welcoming & encouraging to all emphasizes a rigorous & challenging approach to the practice of yoga asana & pranayama. Sue is known for her clarity in teaching the intricacies of yoga practice and teaching.