The Margaret River Yoga School was established in 1994 by Shane Moody and was the first, full time practising yoga school in regional Western Australia. MRYS is an Iyengar yoga school, following the teachings of B.K.S Iyengar, and offering both daytime and evening classes for students of all skill levels and experience. MRYS provides a range of classes, including beginners classes, yoga for pain and women’s classes. Our knowledgeable, experienced and qualified teachers will provide ongoing assistance and instruction as your yoga develops, and can help with any questions regarding health or injury. Since it’s inception, MRYS has been a big part of the Margaret River community as a place to learn, heal and grow.
Classes & Retreats
MRYS has run international yoga retreats in the past that allow you to explore the world with fellow students and teachers whilst undertaking an intensive yoga experience. Past retreat locations include Bali, Sardinia in Italy, Pune in India and Mauritius. MRYS also plays host to senior Iyengar teacher workshops on a regular basis, offering students and teachers alike the opportunity to sharpen their practice.
Keep posted for future retreats and workshops here.
Alice Hately trained under the close mentorship of Shane Moody and was certified as a Level One Iyengar Teacher in 2016. She has been teaching at the Margaret River Yoga School since 2014 and is now teaching almost everyday.
In addition to her ongoing Iyengar training, Alice completed the Yoga for Pain Course funded by GP Down South in 2018 and runs pain- friendly classes on a weekly basis.
"My intention in teaching is to share all that I observed under the close guidance of Shane Moody, all that I have embodied in my own practise and the joy of learning news skills which keep our hearts and minds and bodies vibrant and well."
Clyde has been practising yoga for 30 years and teaching in Iyengar's style for 15. His initial step towards yoga was sparked by a yearning to join "mind, body and spirit". Clyde's experience has led him to rely on yoga, as if a raft on a turbulent sea or a friend on whom he can rely when life leans on you in unexpected ways. As Guriji so affectionately states: labour, laugh, love.
Kathy attended her first Iyengar class in 1989 and has since always loved the way yoga puts you in touvh with your body and breathing. Her passion for yoga led her to study remedial massage, deepening her understanding of the human body. Kathy has trained in Iyengar yoga under many senior teachers, and was a dedicated student of the founder of the Margaret River Yoga School, the late Shane Moody. Kathy loves teaching and sharing the gift of yoga.