At the heart of our farm is a space to restore you energy with some of Margaret River’s best teachers in yoga and mindfulness offering daily and weekly practices.
Yoga Classes Semester One 2021
Tuesday 7am: Yoga Moon, Sandi, 75 min
Thursday 7am: Yoga Moon, Sandi, 75 min
Thursday 930am: Yoga Moon Sandi, beginner focus, 75 min
Thursday 6pm: Yin Yoga Amber, 75 min
Friday 7am: Hatha Yoga Amber, 75 min
No Classes from the 9 to 31 of May, due to PDC Course, Classes will resume in June
Sandi: Contact Sandi on 0419 197 549
Casual $20, 2 classes in a week $38, 10 classes in 8 weeks $185
Amber: Contact +614575 77506 /@am.ber.yoga or book online Book with Amber
Amber’s classes are suitable for all levels
Drop in $20, 5 classes $85, 10 classes $150
0408 952 151
0427 474 367
To see teacher Bios scroll down
Yoga with Sandi Hancock
Senior Yoga Instructor Sandi Hancock of ‘Yoga Moon’ benefits from a healthy life style from many years of Yoga practice.
For more than 27years Sandi has been teaching yoga. “You can never stop learning about Yoga – study of the self”. I started my own yoga practice when I was a young child. The deeper you go into understanding the self the more you understand, the inquisitive mind settles asking to learn more.
Sandi’s has trained hundreds of yoga hours Teacher Training in Iyenger Yoga to Achieve Certificates I, II, III & IV Purna Yoga.
Sandi teaches Yoga Asanas understanding the importance of the body systems through the study of anatomy and physiology.
Breathing practices in Pranayama to calm the mind.
Restful sleep so the body can heal by practicing Yoga Nidra.
Restorative Yoga is a peaceful practice excellent for restoring energy.
Regular practice of yoga can assist in self-managing ailments like stress or injury.
Devotional practice leads to a deeper connection with the true self.
I highly recommend 2 – 4 lessons per week to get the full benefit of yoga.
If you practice Yoga regularly at home that is fantastic, however, it is very important that you practice correctly. From time to time, you need assistance from an experienced yoga teacher to assist with your alignments or for assistance to further Your Practice.
Yoga is the integration of Mindful breathing, Mindful postures and Mindful meditation.
Taught intuitively, Sandi is attentive to the whole class and assists individuals when required.
Sandi teaches yoga with an open heart, a keen eye for body alignment and assesses the dynamics of the class to ensure everyone is safe and working within their ability.
Yoga Moon is suitable for all levels of fitness and ages, clear instructions for each posture making it suitable for beginners to advanced students to be in the pose understanding their own strength and fitness.
Mindfulness with Ian Hackett (Tig-le House)
Tig-le House provides a community approach to sharing teachings on mindful living for the cultivation of a social-ecological peace in the world. When we take a kind attentive awareness to our experience of living, our naturally compassionate nature for living peace can grow, both individually and collectively.
Mindfulness teacher and Dharma practitioner Ian Hackett has been the presiding teacher at Tig-le House for 4 years, and has been involved in meditative practice for 28 years. Ian has a responsible care and understanding for regenerative and ecological processes in Southwest landscapes with 26 years of bushland regeneration, conservation and landcare experience. Ian is an experienced mindfulness trainer delivering mindfulness in an approachable and universal way, suited to daily living.
for more information about mindfulness practice contact Ian at
Mindfulness & Meditation / Nature Conservation & Universal Dharma
Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285.
Phone: 0408 952 151
Amber is an enthusiastic, creative and present Yoga Teacher who offers a mindful and honest practice with the combination of energetic work.
She began her yoga journey in 2011. Amber is passionate about authentic teaching. She practices and studies Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Iynegar and Yin along with Vipassana, Qi Gong, Cranio-sacral, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Mobility and Dance.
She aspires to learn as much as she can, from all styles, teachings and techniques related to yoga and meditation, in order to create a great toolbox to help others and herself in any situation and at any stage. Amber sees yoga as a spiritual way to use physicality to tap deeper into one’s soul, and clear the mind while healing her/his body. Yoga for her is a daily practice, on and off the mat, of how to be, how to live more lovingly, kindly, and compassionately with all living beings.
Amber was a dancer for 11 years, always fascinated by movement and sports. Her mother, Liora Houbara, is a Die..an specialising in Chinese medicine and herbs and an NLP Master. Amber’s yoga journey began in a studio in her home town of Tel Aviv, Israel. She was inspired by her teachers in the ‘way of yoga’, that it is not only a physical workout, rather a work-in. She began practicing Hatha, Vinyasa, Integrative yoga (inspired by Iyengar), Kundelini, and Ashtanga. It was when she started practicing Mysore (with Shirly Caspi and Alit Bar Sade), that she learnt and tapped into her own self practice. Her thirst for exploration of life took her to travel the world and this further enabled her to strengthen her self practice.
In 2015 through suffering abdominal pain, she found relief with deep Kriya Yoga and this inspired her to share the magic of yoga with others. She decided to do her first YTT in Bali Indonesia in 2016 and started teaching only private classes and small groups along with workshops, as she felt it was the right way to begin to teach yoga.
In 2017 she returned to Israel for a visit and had the honour to participate in an Intensive Yoga for Teachers Course with Maty Ezraty. Maty has been a huge inspiration in Amber’s yoga practice. Maty encouraged her to explore Iyengar, so Amber enrolled in Beginner Iyengar and Iyengar for Joints and Spine for 6 consecutive months, and only then stepped up to Iyengar Level 1.
In 2017 Amber also joined her good friend Noga Weiss on her first Yin YTT. Noga also introduced Amber to Cranio-Sacral Therapy and to Adolf Brown, who later became one of her CST teachers. In 2019 Amber began training in Cranio-Sacral Therapy in a small study group with Adolf Brown and Chris Skeidmore in Bali.
In 2019, Amber also acended her first Vipassana course in Malaysia. She found that it deepened her understanding of yoga, buddhism and moreover – why and how we practice for our own salvation. Vipassana, incorporated with yoga and energetic work, has become part of her life practice.
Amber’s Yin journey along with her Vipassana practice, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, and her knowledge of NLP and Chinese Medicine has integrated into a nourishing Yin Yoga teaching that she is excited to pass on to others.
In 2020 Amber deepened her self practice and began teaching in studios in Australia as well. Amber has completed a pranayama course with AJ and Indra Mohan, and deepened her understanding of it. In 2021 Amber started practicing with Machew Sweeney and she has been inspired by his beautiful way of understanding and respecting one’s body and mind. Amber is certified for Sound Massage by Peter Hess Academy Australia (2021)
Through the journey of exploration, training, practice and open mind and heart, Amber’s teachings have found their course and continue to strengthen.