Wylie's Wellness

offers an inspiring outdoor wellness experience within a cosy marquee that looks out to the sea from our northern deck. Sessions available include:

  • Yoga
  • Pilates
  • Meditation

In addition to our regularly scheduled classes, we can offer private instruction or corporate workshops and have multiple instructors from a variety of backgrounds with different styles to suit the needs of beginners to advanced levels. 



All current instructor availability is listed in the booking section below.


Deanne is qualified as a Pilates Mat Instructor through the Elixr School of Pilates and has her Certificate III in Fitness. She also teaches to private clients, small groups and at some of the leading local gyms. People of all levels and abilities are welcome.

Certificate of Matwork Pilates (including Pregnancy and Pilates) - Elixr School of Pilates
Certificate of Apply First Aid including CPR
Surf Life Saving Australia Spinal Award


Daniella Goldberg PhD trained as a yoga teacher to help others discover the power of yoga to help reduce stress and live each moment more mindfully. She has a love of yoga and a passion for teaching it. Through hatha-vinyasa style classes, she gently guides students to grow strong, be flexible, focused and mindful both, on and off the mat. She completed her teacher training in the Jivamukti style yoga at the Sukha Mukha Studio in Sydney in 2013. Since then, she has completed an advanced training in Adjustment & Alignment, Mental Health First Aid Course for Yoga Teachers and the Karma Kids Yoga Teachers Workshop. 


Chrissie Alexander began studying/practising Vinyasa yoga over 10 years ago. More recently, she has practised Jivamukti Yoga and attended many courses with her teacher, Clive Sheridan, to develop the spiritual side of yoga. Chrissie has been teaching Hatha Vinyasa Yoga for 5 years, aligning each movement with the breath. She incorporates meditation and pranayama into her classes.


Sol Voron teaches Traditional Yoga practices which promote wellbeing, insight and development at personal, relational and professional levels. The perspective and approach to teaching is guided by Traditional Yoga including Buddhist values and are supported by Eastern contemplative and Western contemporary research and learning. The style of teaching is adapted to individual, group and situational needs while working safely within current natural constraints and circumstances. Classes typically follow gentle, slowly progressive and relaxed practices based on Asana (physical postures and movement), Pranayama (breathing techniques), Yoga Nidra (Deep relaxation), Meditation (mindful contemplative awareness). Depending on participants, these practices may range from the gentle, subtle movement of limbs and joints, to moderate strength developmental practices and occasionally stronger dynamic practices.


Katerina Estrella first learned yoga with Acharya at the University of New South Wales, Kensington, in 1993, where she was then studying. She quickly made the transition from campus to the city, to practice at Acharya’s yoga studio. The yoga practice felt like “home” to her mind and body and has been a central way of life ever since.


Tomek Wyczesany, Ph.D. is a scientist, author, public speaker, mentor and the founder of Synergy Lab Sydney. He received his scientific training from universities in the UK, Australia and Poland. His mission is to educate about the importance of mindfulness as a tool of cognitive fitness - way to improve everyday life.


Benjamin Cullen has been teaching Qi Gong and Tai Chi for 8 years. He is taught by Sifu Lin from Taiwan.

Learning the way of Ancient Chinese Martial Arts is a journey into health, happiness and awakening. Through training you will learn to heal and strengthen the internal and external systems of the body.


Marina Dearnley has practiced many types of yoga since the early 1990s such as Iyengar, Hatha, and Satyananda. However, it wasn’t until she stumbled upon Kundalini yoga in 2012 that she became a devoted student after experiencing the transformative powers of this potent form of self-healing. She completed teacher training in 2017 with The Ra Ma Da Sa Institute. With qualifications as a remedial massage therapist, and currently working as carer for the elderly, she loves to help her clients to reduce their stress levels with simple yogic techniques. Marina believes that Kundalini yoga can benefit everyone, regardless of experience, age, or body type. Kundalini yoga strengthens the body, calms the mind, and uplifts the spirit.


 SESSION FEES - please bring small notes/coins to your session