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The Change is within You

  • Balance Body & Mind
  • Weight Loss
  • Meditation Practice
  • Yoga is a way to freedom
  • Increased energy

About Us

The NDIS is bringing about long-overdue transformation in the disability industry. Yoga unity Australia offers NDIS members progressive disability supports and services

Sign up for our yoga disability assistance programme to get in touch with a trained Yoga Teacher, Yoga Carer, or Mindful support worker. Our mindful Support Workers have been trained to provide mindful disability supports through our programme.

Yoga unity, our primary disability programme, incorporates yoga, meditation, stress management tactics, community participation, and the development of healthy lifestyle skills education. Suitable for a wide range of physical and mental difficulties.

There are various possibilities for funding and delivering these initiatives, including:

  • Using the NDIS plans of participants

  • A programme provided at no cost to participants by your organisation

  • Classes subsidised by your organisation and made available to participants at a discounted cost

  • Applying for a grant to help with the costs

  • Sessions are supported at a reduced rate by participants

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Our Classes

Seated and Supine Poses for Beginners
  • 7:00 am - 11:00 am

  • Simon Park

  • Advanced

Work Towards Compass Pose
  • 7:00 am - 11:00 am

  • Simon Park

  • Advanced

Handstand Variations and Transitions
  • 7:00 am - 11:00 am

  • Simon Park

  • Advanced

Advanced Backbending
  • 7:00 am - 11:00 am

  • Simon Park

  • Advanced

Work Towards Compass Pose
  • 7:00 am - 11:00 am

  • Simon Park

  • Advanced

Why choose us

Our disability support programmes teach participants stress management and healthy lifestyle practises. Yoga, meditation, hygiene skills, and food knowledge are some of the handicap services provided by Yoga Unity. Online or through one of yoga unity staff.

Contact Us

First Nations Cultural Support

Jem Stone

Jem Stone considers herself an Earth Custodian and acknowledges all her ancestral roots that include:Indigenous Australian from The Bundjalung Nation, Native American, Afro Caribbean, English and Irish.

Working in the wellness industry for over twenty years, Jem is a Wayapa Wuurrk Practitioner, Trainer and Early years learning educator, Rebirthing Breathwork Therapist and Educator and co-creator of Rebirthing Breathwork Australia, Deakin University projects chief investigator, Cultural Consultant, We Al-Li facilitator, and shares Meditation and sound healing. Jem creates Indigenous lead programs and facilitates workshops to various audiences, from the corporate arena to pre-school aged children, specialising in wellness spaces.

Jem arrived in healing spaces and the wellness industry through her own personal healing journey, inspiring her to create her business ‘Wayah Wellness’ to share the healing benefits she’s experienced first-hand.

Jem currently lives on Wurundjeri Wio Wurrung Lands of the Kulin Nation in Naarm, Northern Suburbs of Melbourne and travels regularly to share this work around the continent. She walks gently wherever she is.