Rebecca (’Bex’) Deva was born to dance. ‘It fills me with loads of energy and helps me feel connected to source.’ As well as being co-founder of Studio Evolve, Bex teaches Nia and Yoga.
Together with his wife Bex, Chai owns Studio Evolve Nelson and runs the transformational festival, Evolve, at Founders Park.
Rose is a registered nurse and with a passion for health and wellness. Her teaching practice focuses on supporting people in finding balance, strength and flexibility in their body and mind.
Tom is an Australian, Yoga instructor with a focus in Hatha & Vinyasa principles. He enjoys inspiring others to improve their general wellness, physical strength, and mental dexterity through Yoga. He is committed to long-term health goals of those he practices with and believes that Yoga has the ability to change the lives of its students. He is enthusiastic and outgoing with a friendly, collaborative and contemplative approach to teaching Yoga.
Kelly Gill Brydon
Kelly's love of adventure, nature and people has led her to teaching yoga, standup paddleboard (SUP) yoga, body balance, as well as working as a personal trainer and an outdoor instructor.
Jane started to practice yoga in 2002, in Toronto, Canada and really fell in love with her practise while living in Bangalore, India in 2008.
Originally from France, Adele fell in love with New Zealand whilst travelling.
Introduced to yoga buy a friend in 2015, Adele was intrigued to know more and went on to complete a 800hr Iyengar/Vinyasa Teacher Training in Byron Bay.
Sheila started her yoga journey as a teen in the early 1970’s when it was a little strange and mysterious, classes were held in school halls with leotards and tights the yoga uniform. She has come in and out of yoga over the years, enjoyed different teachers and methods, including sometime on an ashram in India.
Originally from Sweden, Elena has trained as a yoga teacher in Goa (India) and Bali. She practises both Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow and and loves combining these with her other passion, Acroyoga.
Sam loves to create flows that challenge people to find their “edge” and she hopes that her classes will leave you feeling more connected to your body.
Zoe started dipping her toes into Yoga in 2012 while living in New Plymouth and really took up a dedicated practice in 2015 when she started coming to Evolve. She completed her 200YTT at Studio Evolve in 2017.
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