Kaylene Dyinawili Wombat

Kaylene Dyinawili Wombat

Kaylene Dyinawili Wombat
Leawood Gardens, SA, Australia
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Kaylene Dyinawili Wombat
Leawood Gardens, SA, Australia
Qualification and identity verified

About

Kaylene is a Kundalini yoga instructor who offers a calming, nurturing and intuitive style of teaching which stems from embracing the healing power of yoga in her own life through self-love, self-compassion and self-healing. Kaylene is also a proud Mirning, Wirangu, Kokotha woman from Ceduna Koonibba, on the far west coast of South Australia, who now lives in Adelaide on Kaurna country. She is an Aboriginal woman who stands strong in her culture of more than 65,000 years, the oldest continuous... Kaylene is a Kundalini yoga instructor who offers a calming, nurturing and intuitive style of teaching which stems from embracing the healing power of yoga in her own life through self-love, self-compassion and self-healing. Kaylene is also a proud Mirning, Wirangu, Kokotha woman from Ceduna Koonibba, on the far west coast of South Australia, who now lives in Adelaide on Kaurna country. She is an Aboriginal woman who stands strong in her culture of more than 65,000 years, the oldest continuous living culture on mother earth. A woman of love and compassion, Kaylene is passionate about sharing her journey of healing through Kundalini yoga with her community to address the impact of intergenerational trauma, loss and grief since colonisation. She believes yoga helps to clear away these many layers of grief. She acknowledges country and the wisdom of her ancestors in her classes, keeping the connection to spirit, mind and body at the forefront. In the words of her Mirning culture, Miring:yu – deep inner listening – inspires her healing and empowerment, connecting the ancient wisdom, knowledge and values of her culture with the ancient teachings of Kundalini yoga. Her divine authentic self stands strong on these foundations and is enriched by her cultural and spiritual connection to her ancestors, family, community, land, sea, waters, animals, plants and the universe. Kaylene says she loves the healing brought about by the yoga – by holding a compassionate and empathetic space, she helps deliver the tools for people to use to bring about their own inner healing. Before embarking on yoga teaching, Kaylene previously worked in Aboriginal health for 25 years across a range of areas including service delivery, program management and policy. She is in the process of developing health-related workshops for women which she hopes to deliver in the near future. Read more

Languages

English

Therapies

Education and training

Level 1 Certificate of Kundalini Teaching Training (The Kundalini Research Institute, 2019)

Holds a relevant Working With Children Check

Yes

An insurance policy has been provided

No

Working hours (GMT+10:30) Adelaide

Monday
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
Closed
Friday
Closed
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Kaylene Dyinawili Wombat’s studio location

Leawood Gardens, SA, Australia

Exact location will be provided after booking

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Kundalini Yoga

A tailored and focused class catering to the needs of the individual. Covers all the elements... A tailored and focused class catering to the needs of the individual. Covers all the elements of Kundalini that includes asana, body movement, breath work, meditation relaxation, sound vibration with mantras, and mudras. Connect to yourself through your body, mind and spirit. Read more

5 Max participants
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1 hr 30 min

15 AUD

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