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Grass Roots Yoga Founder and Director – Celia Roberts

Celia Roberts is an accredited and experienced yoga and meditation teacher, with a degree in Biomedical science, majoring in anatomy and physiology. She has taught yoga both nationally and internationally in America, Canada and Japan. As an Ayurvedic practitioner, with a Masters in Psychosomatic therapy, Celia offers you a broad range of experience and knowledge in retreats, classes and private consultations.

Celia Roberts has enthusiastically practised yoga and meditation for the last 12 years, and she uses her deep kinesthetic awareness and heightened sensitivity developed through these practices to assist others. Celia Roberts has taught yoga & meditation for the past 9 years and has formally trained with respected yoga teacher, Kate Pell.

Celia has helped many people from different backgrounds and professions to bring health, stillness, and purpose into their lives. In her own life, she daily cultivates the values of mindfulness, compassion, and simplicity.
All retreats and consultations are held at her simply stated farmhouse home, set amongst the beautiful acreage of Upper Brookfield, where you can be truly still in nature.

Grass Roots Yoga Director – Nicole Loxley

Nicole Loxley is an experienced and accredited yoga teacher, having practiced yoga for over ten years with four years of teaching experience. She initially turned to yoga to relieve her scoliosis, but as her practice continued, the other benefits of yoga helped Nicole not just with back pain, but with all aspects of life. This experience lead her to become a yoga teacher, so she could share the benefits of yoga with others. Nicole trained with My Health Yoga and is continuing her training with Celia Roberts. She is also qualified in Thai Yoga Massage and enjoys helping clients one-on-one to achieve a greater state of health.

Nicole owns and runs Zama Yoga, with studios in Toowong, Brisbane and Toowoomba. Zama Yoga offers hot yoga, yin yoga, hatha yoga and massage.

“Yoga is more than being still or practicing poses. Yoga is the good and the bad and the happy and the sad. Yoga is life. ”