Sue Everett is cross legged in a welcoming yoga pose


Hello, I’m Sue Everett, and with 30 years experience teaching and practising yoga, I’m here to help you elevate your yoga practice to a whole new perspective.  As a former dancer, I have a unique skill set that has been deeply informed by a lifetime of movement based techniques. This ongoing study of form, function, stability & movement assist in delivering a clear pathway of how to resolve any issues you may have.
Join me and enjoy a profoundly transformative experience.

Latest update as of Monday 23 March, 2020.

All weekly ‘in studio’ classes are now suspended until
further notice due to COVID-19.

Online offerings in the form of live weekly classes will be available from Sunday, April 5 onward.



Whether teaching yoga through direct in studio contact or using the wonders of technology, I can assist & support you to go beyond what you thought possible with your yoga practice.

Sue Everett is instructing a yoga student in correct arm position
Sue Everett logo with snake and sun


Yoga teaches us, through our cycles of practice, how to come to ourselves and see the truth in all things. We are a paradox; limited and constantly changing while at the same time unbounded and without limits. Through the study of yoga we learn to move from the body, sense & mind peripheries inwardly, to realise our true unfettered nature. Life offers us the revolving door to change, yet at the centre there is an undeniable anchor to a deep reservoir of peace.

Sue Everett is meditating by a river
Still move logo with moon and snake and sun

Balancing effort & Surrender

In yoga the circle represents both the involuting & centrifugal energies that can transform our yoga practice… the inspiration & expiration, perpetual motion – perpetual rest; a unifying balance of opposites. Visually, the circle also represents the sun and the moon, cyclic energies of heating & cooling that are essential for life on earth. Abhyasa & Vairagya are the terms used to describe this philosophy of yoga practice; intense activity & introspective calm.

The serpent represents transformation, renewal, healing & freedom.


"Submit to a daily practice... Keep knocking, and the joy inside will eventually open a window..." - Rumi


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