I run workshops for kids and parents based upon yoga, mindfulness, creativity and wellbeing.

For photos of previous workshops, please see my Gallery

 $350/10-week term
Please note, the first 15 minutes will be a ‘Snack and Social’ so children may arrive up until 3.45pm


Children must be able to join in appropriately in a group setting. If you have questions about this or anything else please contact me.

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Tuesdays at Qi Yoga Manly
Feb 4, 2020 (week 2) - Apr 7, 2020 (week 11)
School pickup is available on Tuesdays from Manly Village Public School at 3.15pm, at an additional charge of $50/10-week term. I will pick up and walk the girls over to Qi Yoga. Please contact me to arrange this.
Installments available.
Thursdays at Balgowlah Scout Hall
Jan 30, 2020 (week 1) - Apr 2, 2020 (week 10)
Installments available.
Yoga & Creativity School Holiday Workshops
January 2020
Yoga, mindfulness, games crafts & life skills

Qi Yoga Freshwater



Clay Play 
Tuesday, January 14
Ages 4-8

Mandala Dot Art
Thursday, January 16
Ages 5-9

Flower Crowns

Tuesday, January 21
Ages 5-9 


Breathing Beads/Bracelets
Thursday, January 23
Ages 4-8 




Lotus Centre Brookvale


$45 (+booking)

2020 Vision Boarding

Wednesday, January 15

Ages 8-12 

2020 Vision Boarding

Wednesday, January 22

Ages 8-12 



“These school holidays the kids have done a mix of activities from cheerleading camp, tennis, and robotics, through to bowling, movies, and water slides. They had fun at them all, however I’ve never seen my kids more content than when they came out of the yoga/meditation/mindfulness workshop with Liz.”

“The word ‘yoga’ put fear into my 11-year-old, lego-loving, first-year high schooler. However. . . his exact words when asked how it was, were ‘It’s Brilliant!’. Liz is fantastic”

“Dylan absolutely loved the Happiness Workshop you led. He was beaming all afternoon and talked about it for days afterwards. I was really taken with what a positive impact the workshop had on him. You definitely brought something magical into his first experience of yoga and today he said he wanted to go to every one of the holiday workshops every holidays!!! Which is saying a lot as Dylan is usually quite reserved about things and often very tentative about trying new activities.”

 “Both my girls went along not really knowing what to expect. The younger one of the two was quite unsure and not keen but was convinced to give it a go. When I picked my girls up, they were beaming! They couldn’t stop talking about what a wonderful experience they had. They also told a few of their friends who were keen to come along to the next session. I really loved how they took home something new with each session.”