The Equilibrium Experience
Dedicated to your wellbeing
Our yoga studio is a home to all, a little sanctuary away from the rest of world. A place for all to heal, grow, smile, learn and most of all feel safe and welcomed.
The Equilibrium experience is one where you will feel supported & nurtured.
The word Equilibrium can be described as a state where all forces acting are balanced. This philosophy is the foundation that our yoga studio is built upon.
The holistic living project component describes the physical & mental journey that is health and wellness. There is not one answer nor is there one stop, it is a life long process.
At Equilibrium The Holistic Living Project, we use our extensive training and in-depth understanding of the human body and psyche to teach and cultivate awareness of one’s own practice and life process.
Meet Ellie your facilitator
Yoga Instructor, Personal trainer, Wellness & Lifestyle coach.
Yoga Instructor, Personal trainer, Wellness & Lifestyle coach
Ellie is the owner and founder of Equilibrium the holistic living project. She is a Adelaide based health professional who has worked in the industry for the past 10 years.
Ellie's approach is to target all aspects of health with her number one goal of longevity of the mind and body. Ellie will educate and share with you her beliefs around the principles of health. Including movement, breath, wholefoods, hydration, human connect & our relationships, sunshine & our thoughts.
She believes that when these principles are balance this allows people not only to transform their physical health but also transform the mind leaving you in perfect equanimity.
She will provide you with the knowledge and tools required to create and main a long life full of healthy and joy.
Maddie's yoga journey began when she was studying dance full-time in Adelaide. Maddie was mainly practicing Ashtanga and Bikram, when she fell in love with the physical practice and how it benefited her body. However, she soon realised it was the way yoga made her feel both emotionally and physically that lured her back time and time again.
From there, she decided to challenge herself and enrol in a 285-hour Vinyasa course. As she had just begun teaching in secondary schools at the time, It became a passion of hers to introducing yoga to kids and teens.
In 2015, Maddie completed the Rainbow Kids yoga course. A course that completely changed the way she introduced yoga to schools. It also had a significant impact on the way she taught adults too by introducing the elements of fun and laughter into her classes.
Maddies favourite part of teaching is choreographing flows. Maddies loves the idea of unifying breath and movement. This aspect of teaching also allows her to integrate her passion for dance and movement through yoga.
It was whilst studying to be a professional actor when Temeka first discovered her passion for yoga. Amongst the rehearsals and busy tour schedules her dedication to practice not only grounded but empowered her as well. Thanks to Yoga she has found the strength, calm and focus needed to perform with the country’s leading children’s theatre companies whilst also imparting her love for yoga to others.
In 2018 she completed her teacher training with Powerliving and has since worked with various organisations, introducing people of all walks of life and experiences to the power and gift of yoga.
Temeka’s teaching style is focused on creating space for her students to explore their depths physically and mentally through grounding, spacious sequences with vibrant, joyous flows. She is passionate about guiding her students to achieve a sense of calm and clarity that they can carry with them into their day to day life.
Temeka believes that we serve ourselves through the practice of yoga so we can then be of better services to others who aren’t so fortunate to have this practice
Gen has been practicing yoga since the age of 18, and teaching yoga and meditation in Adelaide, Melbourne and online since 2015.
She has studied Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Yin yoga under teachers such as Sudhir Rishi (Sthira Yoga School), Sian Pascale (The Light Collective), and Duncan Peak and Truth Robinson (Power Living Australia).
Her style is steady and focused on alignment of the physical and energetic bodies, allowing you to move in new and deeper ways. Pranayama and meditation are always a part of the practice, and a long savasana to top it off. She is passionate about making yoga accessible to all, and teaching beyond just the physical postures.