Tanaya Ti’en is a West Aussie born Mind-Body Wellness devotee. She is part yoga teacher ERYT500, part marriage celebrant, part writer, and most importantly, full time family gal.
Tanaya’s work is centred around the mind-body connection, and the psyche’s key role in illness, wellness, dis-ease, and the healing process. Her philosophy is born of a two decade love affair with Classical Yoga and the Chakras, being augmented with accreditations that include a BA in Performance Studies (VUT) and Dramatic Arts (VCA), and Master Trainer in Fitness and Exercise Physiology.
A Level 3 Senior Fitness Professional with Fitness Australia with over 25 years of study, research and experience in human movement, anatomy, and philosophy, Tanaya‘s journey into mind-body-heart science began in the 90’s during her training as an actor and performance writer at both the Victorian College of The Arts and Victorian University of Technology in Melbourne. It was there she first explored and researched the body’s ability to express and indeed, repress its truth.
Gaining insights into the mediums of the written word, movement and sound as powerful pathways to healing, Tanaya hit the mat and the books, and Yoga, music, Eastern philosophy & overall wellbeing became the cornerstones of her path ahead.
Tanaya’s classes, workshops, and events are an exploration into the ancient science of Classical Yoga with a modern-day twist. Interwoven with poignant soundscapes, and hopefully, a thread or two of illumination, the movement aspect of each class offers an organic flow of hatha/vinyasa, laced with other physical disciplines including Tai Chi, Pilates, Feldenkrais, and Meridian Practice.
In 2015, Tanaya launched the Rock Your Chakras, Roll Your Yamas class series and workshops - an exploration into the ancient science of Yoga with a modern-day twist, culminating in the 2019 publication of an accompanying card deck.
In her own words… “The Rock Your Chakras, Roll Your Yamas Toolbox for Life is, in some small way, the articulation of the lessons, the learning, the laments, and the love gathered over the past four decades of self-study.”
For more info check out the Mind Body Collective Australia website.