Established in 2006, Yoga Path is a neighbourhood yoga school servicing the local community. Yoga Path is an Iyengar Yoga School, the only such school offering Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training by mentorship in Melbourne’s Inner West. The studio is easily accessible with ample street parking, and a bike rack, directly out front. Yoga Path is a short 100m walk from Newport Railway Station.
Our teachers are committed to their art and guide students with encouragement, motivation, and support to help them discover their own yoga path to realise their true potential. Our teachers are members of relevent professional yoga teacher associations and engage in continuous professional development to maintain a high standard of teaching excellence. Come and meet them.
Nicole Schroeter (IYA)
Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher &
Certified Iyengar Teacher Trainer
The discovery of illuminating mental calm and focus rewarded Nicole’s initial enquiry into yoga, extinguishing professional stress and unveiling her corporate role as an illusion. Here, beneath modern demands, was yoga, an open secret of how to access a deeper connection with the art of life.
Practicing the physical strength building elements of yoga revealed the benefits of improved posture, self discipline and inner clarity. Enlightened to the peaceful path of greater awareness, Nicole unshackled herself from long hours behind a desk, brewed chai and answered the inner call to walk the yoga path, qualifying as a teacher in 2005.
Honoring the eight limbs of yoga is core to Nicole’s role as teacher and guide, grounded in the foundation of regular practice on and off the mat. Nicole believes a deepened practice can open us to our full human potential and integrally connect us to the greater universe, the light guiding the yoga path.
Nicole Kelly, Principal of Yoga Path yoga school, is a Certified Level 3 Iyengar Yoga Teacher. Nicole teaches yoga full time at Yoga Path.
Tom Schroeter (IYA)
Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher
Introduced to the practice during injury rehab Tom experienced firsthand the benefits of yoga therapy, replacing medicinal pain management with Yoga. While regaining mobility of an injured limb was remarkable, the physical healing aspects of yoga seem rudimentary in retrospect. With practice, yoga opens doorways to ever deepening levels of awareness and becomes a guiding light on the journey of life. While the yoga path has led Tom to a teaching role, the revelation yoga offers keeps him a perpetual student of the practice on and off the mat.