Cyntia started her yoga journey 15 years ago and for her, this was the beginning of a new world opening up.
In her experience the practice of yoga was healing and transformative for her whole being… body, mind, spirit and emotions.
Cyntia felt that yoga was so positive and beneficial for her that after a couple of years of practicing and experiencing different styles (Ashtanga, Iyengar, Hatha, Kundalini), she commenced a yoga teacher training course in Hatha Yoga, which she completed in 2004.
Teaching yoga became Cynthia’s passion and she felt inspired to travel to India to learn from other teachers and to deepen her understanding. As a yoga teacher she now has more than 10 years of experience and has taught students of all ages and levels of experience.
In her classes Cyntia ensures that each student is taken care of and encouraged to bring humility to their practice, and to bring awareness and connection between breathing, asanas and movement. Every class is unique and enjoyable.
Cyntia is also trained as a physical education teacher and is currently studying classical Ayurveda Therapy.
You can find Cyntia’s Hatha Yoga and Slow Gentle Yoga classes upstairs in the Byron Bay Surf Club on Monday, Tuesday and Saturday mornings with an earlier class from 8 – 9:30am and a later class from 10 – 11:30am.